366 prospective students attend Mustangs Rally

The admissions office organized the fall 2017 Mustangs Rally where prospective students were introduced to the university on Oct. 28. George Castro, admissions counselor, said the goal of Mustangs Rally is to help the prospective students understand MSU more. “We hope that students leave with … [Read more...]

Mustangs Madness: needs improvements

Basketballs bouncing, music blaring and hundreds of students in the stands cheering and anticipating Mustangs Madness to unfold on Thursday, Oct. 19 after the homecoming torchlight parade, pep rally and bonfire. The introduction of the basketball teams starts with a performance by the Golden … [Read more...]

Football defeats No. 2 team in division

The No. 10 football team defeated the No. 2 Texas A&M-Commerce Lions on Saturday, Oct. 7 with a score of 47-42, bringing its overall record to 4-0. MSU has won three straight games against the Lions, and this win is the highest-ranked team the Mustangs have ever beaten. The team will travel … [Read more...]

Volleyball optimistic to win this weekend

The volleyball team will be traveling to San Angelo, Texas to take on the Angelo State Rams on Oct. 6. at 7 p.m. The following day the team will travel to Stephenville, Texas to play Tarleton State at 2 p.m. One player ecstatic about the games is engineering freshman Raven Pressley. "I'm … [Read more...]

Volleyball beats Texas Women’s University

The volleyball team won against Texas Women's University on Sept. 29. Out of five sets, the Mustangs won three straight sets, not allowing the TWU Pioneers to have a chance. "That was the best game we've ever played and we came out with great energy," Kristin Silva, junior and defense specialist, … [Read more...]

Volleyball falls to Texas A&M-Commerce

After a great win on Sept. 29, the Texas A&M-Commerce Lions stumped the Mustangs at the Family Day game on Sept. 30. The game went through three long sets with TAMUC rising to the top. The first two sets were not as close to the final ending in 22-25, in favor of the Lions. "Commerce was a … [Read more...]

Mustangs win Family Day game against WNMU

A sea of gold and maroon fans packed Memorial Stadium Saturday night for the annual Family Day football game. The stands were lined with family members and friends in support of the team — especially since it was the first game without cornerback Robert Grays. The team prepped themselves mentally … [Read more...]

‘The miracle is we had Rob’

A warm, September breeze drifted through the air. Bright lights shone on a small, makeshift stage on Jesse Rogers Promenade, illuminating a big, wooden number 24 and a banner with general business sophomore and cornerback Robert Grays, showing off his wide smile. About 200 students, staff, … [Read more...]

Tailgates and touchdowns: seeing both

Laughter, and loud music filled the air. Students sporting maroon-and-gold attire scattered throughout the parking lot outside of Memorial Stadium.  At the first two home games of the semester, several hundred people-- ,mostly members of the Greek community participated in tailgating. And most … [Read more...]

Mustangs to play Texas A&M-Kingsville

The football players are "hungry for a win" at the upcoming game against Texas A&M-Kingsville on Saturday. This game is much anticipated by the team because it's the first conference game of the 2017 season. “We missed the opportunity [to play] this last week in Central Florida, due to the … [Read more...]