Tennis teams continue home streak against Metro State

The men's and women's tennis teams both grabbed a win on March 21, continuing their undefeated streak at home. The women's team came in with a 7-3 record and were ranked 21 in the NCAA, while the men's team was 6-5 and ranked 15. Both teams have played well at home, and Head Coach Scott Linn said … [Read more...]

Athletes learn about sexual assault

Sexual assault and abuse is a widely discussed topic on many campuses around the United States. On Jan. 25 in the Dillard College of Business Administration, a  theater department instructor organized an event on the subject matter — Since Last Night, one of the theater department's annual … [Read more...]

Title IX continues women’s fight for gender equality

When Hilary Clinton was nominated as the presidential candidate for the Democratic party, she tore down yet another wall in women’s long held fight for gender equality being the first female to ever be elected the presidential candidate for any major party.“We have come so far in gender equality. … [Read more...]

Softball beats Kingsville four game series 3-1, enters playoffs

Playoffs didn't look like a possibility for the softball team before April 22, but when the team won the series 3-1 against Texas A&M Kingsville, the low possibility turned into a guarantee.Since Saturday was Senior Day, the team's softball players were honored before the third game of the … [Read more...]

Golfer wins school’s first national NCAA championship

Brenna Moore made history May 16 when she won the NCAA Division II Women's Golf Championship, becoming MSU's first NCAA national athletic champion. "I never felt like this would be how I'd end my college golf career at all and it is amazing," said Moore, nursing junior. "The goal the whole time … [Read more...]

Women’s tennis makes Sweet 16 for third year

The women's tennis team qualified for the NCAA Sweet 16 for the third consecutive year. After beating St. Edwards University to secure their spot in the tournament, the team is set to face California University of Pennsylvania on Wednesday, May 13. Head coach Scott Linn said he is proud of … [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...]

Episode 10: Changing of the Guard, part 3

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Tennis teams to start season with ‘confidence’

The men’s tennis team will begin their spring season Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. at home against Collin College. Scott Linn, men’s and women’s head coach, said he can’t wait to see where this season takes them because the depth on the team is stronger. “We have many upperclassman this year, and … [Read more...]

Women’s soccer’s fate left in hands of others

The women's soccer team suffered a 1-0 loss against Angelo State University on Friday night at the last home game of the season, leaving its playoffs fate to the other teams in the Lone Star Conference. "That's the best team in the conference," head coach Damian Clarke said. With the loss … [Read more...]