Morningside People, Sports / May 19, 2022 Huth transforms on the pitch

by Tobias Sadler–“When he walks onto the pitch with a big smile on his face you would think that he is a member of the Boy Scouts, but the things he does on the field are just insane.” This is a quote from Nicolo Renzi, a former Morningside Soccer player, who tried to describe Bjarne...

Morningside People, Sports / May 19, 2022 Hinders assists as two-sport athlete

by Caleb Lubbers–Few people are talented enough to play a sport at the collegiate level. Even fewer people can say they are talented enough to play multiple sports. Braxton Hinders, a senior at Morningside University, somehow has managed to juggle being a collegiate golfer and a pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team for the last...

Sports / May 5, 2022 Musketeers headed to Western Conference Final

by Bryce Griffin–The Sioux City Musketeers are headed to the Western Conference finals to face off against the Tri-City Storm after defeating the Waterloo Black Hawks 2-1 in a three–game series.  Sioux City packed an entire section at Young Arena in Waterloo full of fans as the Musketeers cruised to a 3-1 victory in game...

Sports / May 1, 2022 Mustangs dominate GPAC golf

by Chloe Krommendyk–Both the men’s and women’s teams are officially GPAC champions after many impressive rounds of golf.  The men brought home their fourth consecutive conference championship at the Bluffs Golf Course in Vermillion, SD.  Senior Sam Storey and freshman Mason Weeks split the title of individual conference champions, as they both finished with scores of...

Sports / May 1, 2022 Musketeers are taking their best shot

by Bryce Griffin–The Sioux City Musketeers finished the 2021-2022 regular season with the second best record in franchise history at 41-16-4-1 following only the 1985-1986 Clark Cup winners. The Musketeers won 14 of their last 16 games to end the season on a four-game winning streak. They defeated Omaha and Des Moines in the last...

Features, Sports / May 1, 2022 Fishing report: May 2022

by Bryce Griffin–The spring season is under way, and the warmer weather will bring fish more towards the top waters. As for now fish will remain either in the deeper parts of bodies of water or, if you’re lucky, you may be able to tempt a fish into a mid-level bite, but those would be...

Sports / April 20, 2022 Mustang golfers set new team record

by Chloe Krommendyk–Four of the men finished in the top 6 in their most recent tournament in Orange City, IA, at Landsmeer Golf Club on April 16. The win established a new team record of 272 (12 under par).  Senior Sam Storey led the team once again, shooting an impressive 66, 5 under par, landing...

Sports / April 19, 2022 Musketeers prepare for playoffs

by Bryce Griffin–The Sioux City Musketeers wrapped up another great weekend going 2-0 against the United States Hockey League last place team, the Des Moines Buccaneers. The Buccaneers only won 18 games this year, but adding to the Musketeers win total brought their total to 39 wins on the 2021–2022 season.  The Musketeers started the...

Sports / April 7, 2022 Musketeers peaking at the right time

by Bryce Griffin–The playoff-bound Sioux City Musketeers are currently the hottest team in the United States Hockey League after dismantling the Lincoln Stars and Sioux Falls Stampede this past weekend. The Musketeers were down 4-1 to the Stars Friday, April 1, but mounted a comeback with six unanswered goals and a 4-goal game by Dylan...

Sports / March 29, 2022 Successful Weekend for Men’s Golf

by Chloe Krommendyk–The Morningside Men’s golf team along with head coach Nick Wandersheid had a great tournament this past weekend in Crete, Nebraska for the Doane Spring Invitational. The men ended the two-day tournament with a 24-stroke lead over Hastings.  The three players from England: Sam Storey, Xan Milligan, and Jonny Douglas led the Mustangs...

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Huth transforms on the pitch
Morningside People, Sports

Huth transforms on the pitch

by Tobias Sadler–“When he walks onto the pitch with a big smile on his face you would think that he is a member of the Boy Scouts, but the things he does on the field are just insane.” This is a quote from Nicolo Renzi, a former Morningside Soccer player, who tried to describe Bjarne…

Hinders assists as two-sport athlete
Morningside People, Sports

Hinders assists as two-sport athlete

by Caleb Lubbers–Few people are talented enough to play a sport at the collegiate level. Even fewer people can say they are talented enough to play multiple sports. Braxton Hinders, a senior at Morningside University, somehow has managed to juggle being a collegiate golfer and a pitcher for the Mustangs baseball team for the last…

Musketeers headed to Western Conference Final
Sports

Musketeers headed to Western Conference Final

by Bryce Griffin–The Sioux City Musketeers are headed to the Western Conference finals to face off against the Tri-City Storm after defeating the Waterloo Black Hawks 2-1 in a three–game series.  Sioux City packed an entire section at Young Arena in Waterloo full of fans as the Musketeers cruised to a 3-1 victory in game…

Mustangs dominate GPAC golf
Sports

Mustangs dominate GPAC golf

by Chloe Krommendyk–Both the men’s and women’s teams are officially GPAC champions after many impressive rounds of golf.  The men brought home their fourth consecutive conference championship at the Bluffs Golf Course in Vermillion, SD.  Senior Sam Storey and freshman Mason Weeks split the title of individual conference champions, as they both finished with scores of…

Musketeers are taking their best shot
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Musketeers are taking their best shot

by Bryce Griffin–The Sioux City Musketeers finished the 2021-2022 regular season with the second best record in franchise history at 41-16-4-1 following only the 1985-1986 Clark Cup winners. The Musketeers won 14 of their last 16 games to end the season on a four-game winning streak. They defeated Omaha and Des Moines in the last…

Fishing report: May 2022
Features, Sports

Fishing report: May 2022

by Bryce Griffin–The spring season is under way, and the warmer weather will bring fish more towards the top waters. As for now fish will remain either in the deeper parts of bodies of water or, if you’re lucky, you may be able to tempt a fish into a mid-level bite, but those would be…

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