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Lions huddled during a timeout againt Pitt on Feb.19 

MSSU Lions basketball season review: Men finish season 25-8

By Mitch Carney Sports Editor April 8, 2019

The season has come to an end for the Missouri Southern State men’s basketball team following a loss to the now Division II champions Northwest Missouri State Bearcats in a 82-70 Regional Final loss.The...

Parker Jennings looks to get past Gorrila defender on Feb.19 

MSSU preps for PSU in quarterfinals of MIAA tourney

By Mitch Carney. Sports Editor March 11, 2019

The 23rd ranked Missouri Southern Lions finished their season with a matchup against the University of Nebraksa-Kearney after dropping a game against Fort Hays State University 89-84.The Lions responded...

Enis Memic

Men remain perfect at home

Mitch Carney February 25, 2019

The Missouri Southern Lions improved their record to 21-5 beating Pittsburg State University on Feb. 16 and Feb. 19.The Lions played the first game in Pittsburg, where the Lions were led by junior Braelon...

Lions Basketball Crowd

Lions stay perfect at home; Clark breaks record

Mitch Carney February 18, 2019

The Missouri Southern Lions continued their perfect record at home this season winning both games against the University of Nebraska-Kearney and Fort Hays State University.The Lions first matchup last...

Title push begins for #3 seeded Lions

Title push begins for #3 seeded Lions

Ian Taylor, Sports Editor March 7, 2014

The regular season portion of the Southern (21-5, 15-4 MIAA) basketball season is over as the team readies for the program’s 16th straight trip to the MIAA Tournament, but after receiving honors throughout...

Senior forward Jordan Talbert dunks on a Southwest Baptist defender.

Southern rolling in MIAA

Ian Taylor, sports editor February 21, 2014

As the season grows closer to its close the Lions (18-5, 12-4 MIAA) continue to turn the heat up, evident following a record-breaking effort Wednesday night against Southwest Baptist (13-12, 6-10 MIAA)...

Junior forward Jordan Talbert throws down a dunk as opposing players look on during Tuesday night’s game against Central Bible.

Lions get back to winning ways after 3-game losing skid

Jordan Larimore, Editor-in-Chief December 8, 2012

No one quite knew what to expect. A program that had advanced to the Division-II national tournament two years in a row had since lost three players who could each make a case for having the best career...

Junior Marquis Addison goes for an easy breakaway lay up after picking up a steal. The basket put Southern up by 31 points. The Lions defeated the Golden Eagles 83-63 in the team’s season-opening contest.

Lions soar past Golden Eagles

Nathan Mills, Sports Editor November 17, 2012

After two exhibition losses to Division-I opponents Oral Roberts and Mizzou, the Missouri Southern men’s basketball team got back on track last week with a big win at home against John Brown University....

Patrick Hester goes up for a slam dunk in Wednesday’s game against Washburn. Southern won in overtime, 85-79 to move to 21-5.

Men make case for conference title in OT

Jordan Larimore, Executive Editor February 17, 2012

Robert Corn and his team took another step towards repeating as MIAA champions Wednesday night.This time around, however, the team faces a bit more of an uphill challenge.Wednesday’s overtime win over...

Rob, the down syndrome son of mens basketball head coach Robert Corn, gives five to the starters Saturday night before a home game against Missouri Western.

Our brother Rob

Jordan Larimore, Executive Editor February 10, 2012

Wednesday night, Rob Corn Jr. witnessed his father’s basketball team’s 131st win in the Leggett & Platt Athletic Center. The team enjoyed its best season since  1999-2000. That means the oldest...

Lions win 90-64 in road conference game

Jordan Larimore, Executive Editor February 3, 2012

Robert Corn often speaks of stepping-stone games.Wednesday night, his men’s basketball team may well have had such a night in Jefferson City.The Lions dominated the Blue Tigers of Lincoln University...

Men’s hoops home streak broken by UCM

Jordan Larimore, Executive Editor January 26, 2012

The saying goes, “The bigger they are, the harder they fall.”Robert Corn and his team hope to disprove that mantra.It seemed that the Missouri Southern men’s basketball team had picked up its stride...

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