Student exhibit to open Friday

Graduating seniors showcase their personality with diverse set of art work Three graduating seniors from the Juanita and Ralph Harvey School of Visual Arts will have an opening reception for their BFA Exhibitions on May 3 from 6 to 8 p.m. Jef Castillo, Casi Oechsner and Kelsey Ticknor will be in … [Read more...]

The Year of the Mustang

Six programs win conference championships The athletic department won six conference championships during the 2012-2013 season. Five of the championships came from the NCAA Division II Lone Star Conference, including football, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s golf and men’s tennis. This … [Read more...]

Athletics gives new sense of pride

A week from Saturday, my time at MSU will come to a close. During my four years at this university (spring 2009-spring 2013), I’ve served as a member of The Wichitan staff for three years. I started out writing news stories for an advanced news writing and reporting class and eventually transitioned … [Read more...]

Gomez wins top spot at LSC tourney

Colombian-born golfer talks about playing in America Redshirt freshman Santiago Gomez left his home of Armenia, Colombia last year to be a part of the men’s golf team. Venturing away to a foreign land can be a hard adjustment, but Gomez is making the most of his time here. On April 16, he led … [Read more...]

Cycling wins gold at conference

Team wraps up season with perfect outing at Baylor University Road Race Weekend The MSU Cycling Team wrapped up a successful 2013 campaign with a perfect weekend at the South Central Collegiate Cycling Conference’s championships at Baylor University. The team already held a 1000-point lead over … [Read more...]

Swing for the Cure

Softball program raises money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation during last regular season home series The softball program used their final home series of the season to do some charity work, as well as rack up more wins on the season. The April 19th doubleheader against Texas … [Read more...]

Women’s tennis stays hot

Team ends season with win, prepares for LSC Championship The women’s tennis team will head into Thursday’s Lone Star Conference Championship riding high off of a nine-game winning streak, capped off by a 6-3 win over St. Edward’s University on Sunday, April 14. The team’s regular season record … [Read more...]

Softball sits at third place in the LSC

Freshman and junior hitters break home run record The softball team stands 35-12 on the season with a 12-7 LSC record to take third place after a 6-5 victory over Cameron Tuesday. The team got off to a hot start with a two-run homer in the first from Kelley Schaefer that brought in Haley … [Read more...]

Men’s golf, Gomez, take first place at LSC Championship

After finishing the first day of the Lone Star Conference Championship 16 strokes ahead of second-place Abilene Christian with a score of 589, the men’s golf team was able to capture gold with a score of 874 at the end of the tournament, 29 strokes ahead of second place Abilene Christian University, … [Read more...]

Women’s golf falls to second place behind Tarleton in final round

The women’s golf team capped off a successful conference campaign with a second-place finish at the Lone Star Conference Championship with a team score of 628, 12 strokes behind of champion Tarleton State. The team held a seven-stroke lead after the first day with a score of 311. Taylor Klutts … [Read more...]