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Next up: #1 St. Francis (photos)
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Next up: #1 St. Francis (photos)

After a 52-7 quarter-final beat down of St. Xavier, Morningside’s football team has a week to preapre for #1 St. Francis. The Mustangs, #3, will travel to Fort Wayne, Ind., Dec. 2 to take on the defnding champion Cougars. Read more about the Morningside-St. Xavier game HERE.

Soccer teams sweep BCU (photos)
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Soccer teams sweep BCU (photos)

Both Morningside teams notched GPAC wins over Briar Cliff Wednesday evening. The women won 1-0 on a goal by Amy Grause. The men took a 3-1 victory to move to 7-1-1 on the season. Read athletic department stories here.

Two tourney wins in the book
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Two tourney wins in the book

The Mustang women head into a NAIA Tournament quarter-final contest against Marian Saturday (March 12) after big wins against Cardinal Stritch and UC Merced. Catch up on Mustang game resultes here. Morningside, now 33-2, take a 14-game winning streak into its contest with the Knights.

Weather To Be Major Factor In Opening Weekend for Mustang Baseball
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Weather To Be Major Factor In Opening Weekend for Mustang Baseball

By Blake Meacham–The Morningside baseball team, coached by Brian Drent, is supposed to be opening their 2016 campaign against Ashford University in Joplin, MO, this Saturday and Sunday. The four-game set, split between the two days, is in trouble. Recent weather changes have made the probability of snow on Sunday much more likely. “Our original…

Mustang Swimmers are NAIA Qualifiers
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Mustang Swimmers are NAIA Qualifiers

By Alyssa Nehring–With the Liberal Arts Championships Swim Meet right around the corner, the Morningside swim team is looking forward to ending its regular season with national qualifying times. The Mustangs have set themselves up for a great end to the 2015- 2016 season. Head Coach Bryan Farris said the team has done a lot of hard…

Player Profile: Derek Clayton
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Player Profile: Derek Clayton

By Blake Meacham–Derek Clayton has been robbed of a baseball season for 2016. The junior was walking back to his apartment from Dairy Queen one afternoon in September when he stepped awkwardly off of a foot-high retaining wall. He tore his ACL, forcing him into reconstructive surgery. “I’m more accepting of it now, but I…

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