It’s more than just a color

During football games students wave flags and paint their bodies with school colors. The Alma Mater proudly touts the maroon and gold. In the fall of 2015, to ensure consistency as part of the university’s graphic, the maroon has shifted to more of a red color, returning to the official color … [Read more...]

Sports continue to make history

As the school-year comes to an end, 6 a.m. practices, study-hall, long bus-rides, conference championships, endless tears, two-a-days, and glorious moments also do. However, every bit of hard work each student-athlete contributes makes a difference. Earning four Lone Star Conference championships, … [Read more...]

Men’s basketball wins against Western New Mexico

The men's basketball team pulled a win during the last home game on Feb. 18 against Western New Mexico after trailing the past six games.  Brandon Neel, applied arts and sciences junior, said, "We needed this win to gain some momentum going into Tuesday at Cameron and finish the season on a strong … [Read more...]

Athletes and coaches strive to succeed in post-season play

In collegiate sports one of the most common, realistic goal for any coach or player is to get to post-season play. If a team has a bad regular season but do better than expected in the post-season then the season will generally be looked back upon as a successful season. A team that has an excellent … [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...]

Mens basketball tramples OCU in season opener

Winning a game is one thing. Winning the first game of the season is another. Completely dominating that game and scoring more than 100 points is an entirely different thing. That is exactly how the men's basketball Nov. 15 season opener, ending 103-51, against the Oklahoma City Stars could be … [Read more...]

Womens sports focus of new book

REVIEW Many Beginnings: A History of Women in Sports at Midwestern State University by Sherry Ann Gill Gillespie with Karen K. Rogers explores the account of women’s athletics since the start of the university. It takes you year by year through the decades and provides a play-by-play of each … [Read more...]

Expanded parking lot will cost basketball court

Expanded parking lot will cost basketball court from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. The university’s outdoor basketball court will be paved over this summer when construction begins to extend a nearby parking lot.  While students can use the indoor basketball court in the Wellness Center free of … [Read more...]

Expanded parking lot coming fall 2015

Expanded parking lot coming fall 2015 from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. Parking has long been a contentious issue for MSU students, and with construction of a new dorm beginning in May, more than 200 resident parking spots will be lost. "Beginning this summer, that lot will go offline and we … [Read more...]

Mustang basketball teams prepare for regionals

Mustang basketball teams prepare for regionals from MWSU Campus Watch on Vimeo. With the NCAA Division 2 basketball championship beginning on March 13, both the men's and women's basketball teams have been selected to fight for a national championship. “Any time you can get to the tournament, … [Read more...]