News, Photo / May 20, 2020 Morningside Voices: How are you doing?

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Arts & Entertainment, Photo / April 28, 2020 Rae Clinkenbeard: ‘Things Have Changed’

by Rae Clinkenbeard–Much has been changing over the last month due to COVID-19, and the school year is quickly coming to an end in a way no one could have expected. I definitely did not see this being the end to my senior year. As part of my senior project for my Arts Administration major,...

News, Photo / April 18, 2020 Signs of the time

Photos by Abby Koch- COVID-19 has caused numerous signs to be placed to enforce social distancing or convey what people can and can’t do. Some signs are to help direct where to get certain wants and some are showing how people feel. Signs have become a big part of the COVID-19 pandemic.

News, Photo / April 2, 2020 A quiet campus

by Tracie Tuttle– It has been surreal watching the Morningside campus go from bustling with students to the somber state it’s currently in. Just remember, everything will eventually go back to normal and the Mustangs will be back, stronger than ever.

Photo, Sports / March 11, 2020 Mustangs Pass First Tourney Test

The long ball kept College of the Ozarks close, temporarily, but once Morningside established its inside game, the Bobcats wilted. The Mustangs easily picked up the first round NAIA National Tournament contest 99-58. Next up is Oklahoma Wesleyan Friday morning in Sioux Falls’ Sanford Pentagon. Note: The NAIA has announced only immediate family and official...

Photo, Sports / February 27, 2020 Track teams compete at GPAC indoor meet

photos by Mackenzie Bennett For a story and results click HERE.

Photo, Sports / February 27, 2020 Broncos shock Mustangs in GPAC Tournament

by Jonathan Covert–In a matchup the Mustang men swept during the regular season, a threepeat was not meant to be Wednesday night against Hastings. Hastings charged out against Morningside to take home an upset 84-80 win. The Mustangs went up 15-6 at the start of the game, but that would be the biggest lead the...

Photo, Sports / February 27, 2020 Overtime thriller sends Mustangs to GPAC semifinals

by Jonathan Covert–Morningside made it three for three against Northwestern Wednesday in the first round of the GPAC women’s tournament. It took an overtime period, but the Mustangs advanced with a 90-87 win. During the season, the Mustangs swept the Red Raiders 76-66 at home and 78-68 at the Bultmann Center in Orange City. The...

Photo, Sports / February 22, 2020 Egli and Wiley win regional titles

Five wrestlers will represent Morningside at the 2020 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Championships in March. The five Mustangs finished in the top three of their weight claasses at the GPAC Regional Wrestling Qualifier, hosted by Morningside last weekend. Junior Jonah Egli (174 pounds) and senior Jacob Wiley (197) won their weight classes. Freshmen John...

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Up next: Grand View
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Up next: Grand View

A surprisingly easy 51-0 shut-out of St. Xavier sets up a semi-final NAIA National Football Championship contest against Grand View Dec. 7. Read the SXU game story HERE.

Mustangs pluck the Hawks; St. Xavier in the quarters
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Mustangs pluck the Hawks; St. Xavier in the quarters

Led by a record-setting AP Ponder, Morningside opened postseason play with a 54-17 win over Dickinson State. Ponder, a junior, set the Mustangs’ career rushing mark of 3,846 yards. Read a full game summary HERE. Next up for Morningside is St. Xavier. The Cougars topped Northwestern 25-20 in Orange City. It will be a re-match…

GPAC Champs: ‘Stangs drop Red Raiders 37-27
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GPAC Champs: ‘Stangs drop Red Raiders 37-27

The Mustangs had to come from behind, but a big third quarter led to a 37-27 victory and the GPAC title with an undefeated 10-0 record. Read the game story here. The #1-ranked Mustangs, as well as the #5 Red Raiders, will open the NAIA National Playoff Championship this weekend. Morningside will host #15 Dickinson…

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