Mustangs beat UT Permian Basin in Homecoming game

MSU’s Homecoming game against UT Permian Basin on Oct. 29 proved to be a chance of redemption for many of the players following the 35-27 loss to West Texas A&M on Oct. 22,the team’s first and only loss of the season.“It’s a lot better feeling than last week. We really came focused and ready to … [Read more...]

Men’s soccer runner-up in Heartland Conference championship

MENThe men closed out the final regular season ranked 11 in the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Division II poll.The men qualified for their 12th NCAA Tournament appearance, earning the No. 2 seed in the South Central Region after a 16-3-1 season record.The men claimed their first … [Read more...]

Athletic director to enter phased retirement

University President Suzanne Shipley announced the phased retirement of Athletic Director Charlie Carr earlier today. Carr spoke about phasing into retirement in a telephone interview this afternoon."It was time. I was ready to do it," Carr said.Carr looks forward to spending time working with the … [Read more...]

Men’s basketball wins 107-75 in first game of season

ScoringScience and Arts (Oklahoma) scored first at 19:33at the half MSU leads 54-35Magnus Richards fouls out with 3:15 minutes to go final score 107-75Thoughts from Nick Powell, undecided juniorIn the first half we played well as a team. We rebounded well, shot the ball well, played a good defense. … [Read more...]

Davis exemplifies core values on and off of the field

It's a typical crisp, Saturday morning on the soccer fields. The 10-year-old team arrives in uniforms that are slightly big and begin passing the ball. With large bows and cheesy grins, they're ready for the game.Soccer has always been an outlet for Madison Davis, criminal justice freshman, and … [Read more...]

Track team finds inspiration from guest speaker

Last Sunday at First Baptist Church, guest speaker Allyson Felix, American track Olympic champion, shared her story with a packed out church. Among the hundreds there, the women's track team was hanging off every word she said. Speaking in three different sessions, Felix spoke of her journey towards … [Read more...]

Football continues winning streak over Angelo State

At halftime the score was 21-0. It looked like an MSU rout. Then with 11:10 in the third, ASU Rams scored. 21-7. Then with 2:43 in the third, ASU scored. 21-14. The with 8:45 in the fourth, ASU scored. 21-21. Finally, with 16 seconds left in the game, MSU scored. 28-21, continuing the team's … [Read more...]

Family Weekend game postponed; Mustangs win

Heading 2-0 into the first home game of the season, the Mustangs left the field on Sunday night with a victory of 42-24 against Oklahoma Panhandle State. Due to lightning warnings on Saturday night, the game was called at 7:22 p.m. on Saturday and postponed until Sunday at 5 p.m. Safety Daniel … [Read more...]

Women’s soccer stomps ENMU

The last two games have been a disappointment for women's soccer. Undeterred they dominated the game against Eastern New Mexico, winning 2-1 in Sunday’s game.The women kept the ball in ENMU territory throughout the first half making multiple shots on Marissa Torres, ENMU goalkeeper, and ended the … [Read more...]

Women’s golf has high expections

The women's golf team placed second in the West Texas A&M Invitational, they finished day two with a score of 320-299.The team traveled to Amarillo where they played at Tascosa Country Club La Paloma Course. The Mustangs finished strong with a flourish over the final five holes, where they … [Read more...]