Photo, Sports / September 26, 2020 Mustang volleyball fall to Jimmies

by Abby Koch- Despite taking the first set of the match, the Morningside Mustangs fell short to the University of Jamestown Jimmies 3-1. The Mustangs would take the first set with a score of 25-22. Jimmies would start a strong push that would help them with the next three sets. Morningside now fall to a...

Photo, Sports / September 13, 2020 Mustangs hang on for 45-31 victory (photos)

photos by Abby Koch

Sports / September 8, 2020 A motivated tennis team enters new season

Cancellation of the spring tennis season last year has become motivation for competitive playing this season by Kassidy Hart–With the national spread of the Coronavirus in March came the cancellation of spring sport seasons, disappointing athletes all across campus. For some teams, like Morningside Tennis, the season was just beginning to pick up. Both the...

Features, Sports / May 6, 2020 Athletes hit hard by cancellations (video)

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Features, Sports / May 5, 2020 Coping with the Loss of Live Sports

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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...


Quarterfinal: Sale gets 400th win

Quarterfinal: Sale gets 400th win

The Mustangs kept their hopes for a fourth national championship alive with a 71-60 win over Bethel in the NAIA tournaments quarterfinal round. It was also coach Jamie Sale’s 400th win (321-95 at Morningside). Next up for the Mustangs are the Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats. IWU knocked off Briar Cliff in the round of eight.


Spring break means baseball

By Darius Hicks–The Morningside Mustang baseball team looks to enjoy a relaxing spring break in Arizona, as they begin a long road schedule. [For results and schedule, check the Morningside athletic website.] The Mustangs will travel to Tucson, Arizona, March 2 as they gear up to compete in the Tucson games. The Mustangs will compete…

First round walk: 92-43

First round walk: 92-43

Morningside advanced to the second round of the NAIA Div. II National Basketball Tournament with a 92-43 win over Webber International. The Mustangs’ next round game is Friday at 7 pm.


Photo: National track and field qualifiers

  Pictured are the members of the Morningside College track & field team that qualified for NAIA nationals. They start competing today, February 28 through Saturday, March 2. Front Row (L-R): Jen Petsche, Shelby Hall, Caitlin Casey, Hailee Heitkamp, Breanna Mathes, Mckenzie Reece, and Neeia Cooperwood. Back Row (L-R): Head Coach David Nash, Jay Welp,…

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