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Men’s soccer begin conference play with Mustangs 3-1 victory

Kinesiology junior and forward Sergio Lara attempts to gain possession from a Rodgers State player near the MSU goal on Sept. 13. Photo by Bridget Reilly

Tommy Chhe, Reporter

September 14, 2018

The men’s soccer team began the Heartland Conference program with a 3-1 victory over the Roger State Hillcats in front of a crowd of 503 at Stang Park Sept. 13. The Mustangs got off to a rousing start with forward Sergio Lara, scoring a close range from eight yards thanks to an assist from midfielder...

Men’s soccer remains undefeated

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Orlando Espinoza, Reporter

November 15, 2017

The men's soccer team continues to be undefeated through the post season with MSU defeating Colorado Mesa in a 3-0 second round victory on Sunday, Nov. 12. MSU is now ranked number one in the Heartland Conference made up 11 teams including: Angelo State, Eastern New Mexico, Texas A&M, and Texas...

Marqui Christian being scouted for the NFL

Marqui Christian. Contributed photo.

Yvette Ordonez

November 24, 2015

As a young boy growing up in the south side of Houston, Marqui Christian found his love for the game of football at the age of four. Perhaps it was his passion for the sport or humble upbringing that has led him this far. If things continue to go well with him as they have been throughout his football ...

Last softball games before LSC play canceled

Jessalyn Castro

February 25, 2015

Due to weather conditions, the softball games scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 24 at Mustang Park against Oklahoma Christian University were cancelled and won't be rescheduled leaving the team with one less chance to prepare for Lone Star Conference play. The team was scheduled to play back-to-back games...

Men’s tennis works on details in practice to win games

The cast for the play, 'The Vagina Monologues', besides a few that were missing for various reasons, rehearse for the first time together to block with a set on Sunday morning, February 1. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Jessalyn Castro

February 17, 2015

Practice—and making full use of experienced players—is key to everything for the men's tennis team to make it back to the NCAA II Championship game for a chance at a national title, at which they lost to No. 1 West Florida last season. “We’ve got several returners from teams that have reac...

Basketball team hopes to go undefeated against rival Tarleton

Abiodun Adegoke, senior, gets the rebound while his teammate, Khapri Alston, junior, holds back a Angelo State player during the game on January 21 in the D.L. Ligon Coliseum, where Angelo State won 72-55. Photo by Rachel Johnson

Jessalyn Castro

February 4, 2015

After ending Tarleton’s 14 game  home winning streak, the men’s basketball team faces its rival from Stephenville again tonight at 7:30 p.m. in D.L. Ligon Coliseum. At the two teams’ last meeting Jan. 14 at Wisdom Gym in Stephenville, the game was tight with Tarleton ahead 41-39 at the ...

Tennis teams to start season with ‘confidence’

kellie martin

February 4, 2015

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...

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

Jessalyn Castro

November 1, 2014

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 against...

Last men’s soccer home game upsets with 2-1 loss to Eastern New Mexico

Goalkeeper Nick Petolick, business management junior, watches as the ball sails past him into the net at the match against Eastern New Mexico on Monday, Oct. 27, 2014, at the campus soccer field. Photo by Lauren Roberts

Jessalyn Castro

October 28, 2014

The men's soccer team played their last home game Friday night, and it ended in an upsetting loss against Eastern New Mexico University, 2-1, leaving the team's playoffs spot questionable. "We probably needed to win that one," head coach Doug Elder said. "Now we'll have to wait for some things to ...

Head football coach: We’re looking for a quarterback that will make plays

Jake Glover, accounting senior, throws the ball during a scrimmage Aug. 21 at the practice fields.

Jessalyn Castro

September 9, 2014

Without a set quarterback, head coach Bill Maskill said he plans to play the three candidates for the position at the Sept. 13, season opener against Missouri Science and Technology at Memorial Stadium. “There’s so many different things and all three quarterbacks are different,” Maskill said....

Sports teams start championship season

Katlyn Holmes, freshman in nursing, pitches at the final game of the regular season a day after pitching the fifth perfect game in MSU history against Tarleton State University. MSU won 8-1 April 26 at Mustangs Park. Holmes win/loss record 11-10. Photo by Lauren Roberts

Lauren Roberts

April 29, 2014

The school year is coming to a close but for the sports teams the postseason has just started. Tennis, golf, outdoor track and softball have made it into their respective championships. Tennis The women's tennis team finished the regular season with a Lone Star Conference Championship. In the championship matches the team finished with a 5-0 win ...

Golfer in the running for Palmer Cup

Derek Oland, junior in business, watches the ball during practice April 16 at the country club driving range. Photo by Lauren Roberts

Lauren Roberts

April 16, 2014

  Derek Oland, junior in business, is in the running to be selected as the DII golfer for the Palmer Cup and tomorrow morning live at 7:30 a.m on the Golf Channel's Morning Drive. Oland said, "It's cool to be in consideration and to see all the hard work pay off. Just having my nam...

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