Photo, Sports / January 19, 2023 Mustangs top Doane twice

Click HERE for game stats. Then prepare for Alumni Days events Saturday, Feb. 4, beginning at 2 pm. The Mustangs will face off against Briar Cliff.

Sports / December 10, 2022 Soccer Season Breakdown

by Rena Ketelsen–Morningside’s soccer seasons ended with the women’s team and the men’s team in sixth place in the conference. This end was quite “disappointing” for both teams, coach Tom Maxon stated. The women’s team started out with some wins and both teams played good soccer. According to Maxon, there were initially high hopes for...

Features, Sports / December 10, 2022 Americans and the World Cup

by Rena Ketelsen–Stadiums with roaring crowds, mostly dressed in two different colors, are not uncommon in most countries. In the US, sports like American football, basketball, or baseball frequently attract such crowds. In many other countries, however, there is one sport that can have thousands or even millions of people forget everything for two hours...

Photo, Sports / December 5, 2022 Mount Marty provides tune up

Morningside’s ballers are heading into a big week with road games at Briar Cliff and Northwestern. The ‘Stangs tuned up by sweeping the Lancers in Allee Gym Saturday. The women got back on the winning track with an 87-54 win. They’re now 2-2 in the GPAC. Read more HERE. The men’s 88-74 victory moved them...

Photo, Sports / November 26, 2022 Football Season Ends in Quarter-Finals

Morningside’s 29-28 loss to Keiser University in the NAIA Football playoffs brought the 2022 season to an end. Game summary and statistics HERE.

Photo, Sports / November 19, 2022 Mustangs douse Firestorm, 35-18

Morningside withstood a third quarter comeback attempt by Arizona Christian to advance in the NAIA football playoffs 35-18. Hanging on to a 21-18 lead, the Mustang defense clamped down and blanked the firestorm in the fourth quarter. Running back Ryan Cole, the offensive player of the game, had 208 yards on 44 carries in addition...

Photo, Sports / November 19, 2022 Basketball splits with Dordt

The women lost their second GPAC contest while the men notched their fourth win on the young season. The Mustang men pulled away midway through the second half for an 85-80 win. Joey Skoff led Morningside with 27 points. Game stats HERE. The Defenders jumped out to an early 16-8 lead over the Mustang women...

Sports / November 8, 2022 Dance Team is Ready to Repeat

by Sinay Diaz–Erin Baker, Morningside’s new dance team coach, is ready to take on the challenge of winning dance nationals again this year. Within the first month of taking the job everyone kept asking “Are you going to win again?” Baker admitted that at first the question made her nervous, but now she says it...

Photo, Sports / November 6, 2022 Doane Drubbed 58-3

Morningside earned at least a share of the GPAC football title with a 58-3 win over Doane. The Mustangs can win an outright title – the 12th straight – with a win at Concordia Nov. 12. Get complete stats HERE.

Photo, Sports / October 16, 2022 Soccer teams battle Midland

The results of a blustery Saturday on the pitch saw Midland’s soccer teams leave Sioux City with a win and a tie. Morningside’s women (6-6-2) played from behind most of the afternoon. It wasn’t until three minutes remained on the clock that Roselynn Boseman knotted the score at 3-all and salvaged a tie. Samantha O’Roy...

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Mustangs compete in National Tournament
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Mustangs compete in National Tournament

By Miranda Christian, Photo by Nick Buth– The Morningside Women’s basketball team is in the final four at the NAIA national tournament. They will be playing GPAC rival Northwestern at 8pm tonight (Monday) at the Tyson event center. This is the women’s fifth time in the final four in the past eight years. The Mustangs…

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Baseball: Underclassmen suggest a promising future

By Jared Ogren– After graduating a strong class of 11 seniors last year, the Mustang baseball team is a young and inexperienced bunch. Despite the lack of veteran leadership, head coach Jim Scholten is confident in the young team’s talents and expects just as much success as last year’s squad had. “The main thing I’m…

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Mustangs end regular season on strong note

By Miranda Christian– Women triumph 94-65, Worden reaches 1,000 points The Morningside Mustangs swept the Nebraska Wesleyan Prairie Wolves this past Saturday. The final score of the women’s game was 94-65. This was the Mustangs’ last regular season game along with senior night for Tanaeya Worden and Emily Christen. The biggest moment of the game…

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