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Track and Field travel separately as men finish 12th at Missouri S&T

By Kevin Jones Sports Writer April 29, 2019

The Missouri Southern track and field teams participated at multiple meets last weekend, with the distance runners at the Kansas University Relays, throwers at Central Missouri and sprints and jumps at...

Lions ready to avenge loss to Central Missouri

John Davidson, Staff Writer February 6, 2014

Last week, the Missouri Southern Women’s Basketball team saw its five-game winning streak come to an end with back-to-back losses against SBU and #12 Central Missouri.The team will look for redemption...

Southern needs key victory

Ian Taylor, Sports Editor February 6, 2014

Missouri Southern (15-4, 9-3 MIAA) will look to avenge a difficult 75-62 defeat to the Mules of Central Missouri as the Lions host their end of the back-to back contests on Saturday at the Leggett &...

Sophomore forward Karley Thomas settles the ball during the game against Lindenwood on Oct. 6. The game ended in a tie after two overtimes.

Lions end streaks for Central Missouri

John Davidson October 11, 2013

The University of Central Missouri hadn't lost an MIAA conference game in 48 matches. Ranked 11th in the nation, the Jennies were a figurative Goliath. Last night when the Missouri Southern soccer Lions...

An SBU defender tries to take the ball from forward Natasha Lord last weekend in Joplin. The Lions played to a draw with the Bearcats in the MIAA matchup.

Lions lose one, tie one at home

Taylor Camden, Associate Editor October 15, 2012

Missouri Southern’s soccer team lost 3-1 last Friday night to the University of Central Missouri  Jennies and tied 1-1 Sunday afternoon with the Southwest Baptist University Bearcats. “In one word,...

Senior quarterback Kellen Cox rolls out to pass during a Sept. 22 loss against Southwest Baptist at Fred G. Hughes stadium. This week, Missouri Southern had more passing yards than rushing yards in a game for the first time all season. Landon Zerkel was the biggest beneficiary of the new passing attack, gaining 150 yards on just four catches, most of those coming on a 63-yard touchdown reception.

Lions lose second straight

Nathan Mills, Sports Editor October 5, 2012

The Missouri Southern football team went into Warrensburg Saturday night looking to get the season back on track, but the Central Missouri Mules were too much to handle.The Lions were able to hang with...

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