Sarah Wall resigning after 9 years as CJ volleyball coach.
Neosho beats McDonald County 35-33.
Cavaliers win road game 51-44.
The MSSU women defeated SW Baptist 79-61.
Lions beat SW Baptist 68-65 to move into a first place tie in the MIAA.
Lizzy Jeronimus reaches 2000 career points and PSU women beat Northeastern State.
Desirea Buerge scores 39 points in win over Springfield Catholic
The Cougars defeat Lockwood 70-60 in OT.
Hillcrest defeated Webb City 63-46 in boys basketball.
A technical foul on St. Paul changed the momentum of the game, and the Titans built on their lead to seal the win.
Eagles win 71-50.
Wildcats beat Afton 55-38 to advance to NEO Tourney final.
Cardinals beat Tulsa Rogers 52-45.
Hank Rotten Jr. talks about the New England Patriots scandal.
Lady Panthers beat Northeast 57-37.
Rams defeat Frontenac 57-49.
Southern women have to rally late to beat Northwest Missouri State 60-59.
Lions overpower Northwest in the 2nd half to win 77-65.
Jeff Boschee and Ronda Hubbard look back on Missouri Southern's basketball games against Lindenwood and Lincoln with Hayden Herrera.
McAuley held off Jasper 61-59 in overtime.
First basketball game will be Monday vs Hillcrest.
Neosho tops East Newton.
On campus facility still targeted to open February 14th in season opener.
The Pitt State men make it three in a row with a win over Washburn.
The number 2 Pittsburg State women washed out any bad tastes left in their mouth after their loss to number 3 Emporia State last Wednesday by blowing out number 18 Washburn.
MSSU Men win at Lincoln 82-74.
Sharese Jones with late basket to lift Lions over Lincoln.
Matt Adams among the players at this year's event.
Girard rolls 63-46.
Girard beats Fort Scott 60-50.
Panthers top Lamar 37-29.
The Southeast High School boys and girls basketball teams feature three foreign exchange students.
Pitt wins 59-58.
#2 PSU loses at home to #3 Emporia State 65-61.
Hayden Herrera sits down with MSSU Head Coaches Jeff Boschee and Ronda Hubbard for a recap of Missouri Southern's games against Central Oklahoma and Northeastern State.
Rams beat rival Galena 52-33.
Pitt State to host Emporia State Wednesday.
Austin Wright shot 9-for-13 from long range to set a new MSSU record in the Lions 90-54 win.
The Lions held the Riverhawks to only two field goals in the first half, and a strong second half gave the Lions their first win of 2015.
Tigers beat Raiders 63-49.
Jays advance to Kaminsky final behind Indiana recruit O.G. Anunoby.
Eagles beat Word of Life 54-38.
Lions rally in 2nd half to beat Central Oklahoma.
Gorillas fall To UCM 66-54
Gorillas win 7th straight, move to 14-1 on the season
Thomas Jefferson won again on their home floor 62-33 over Wheaton.
Cardinals defeat Lebanon 50-34.
Purple Dragons win 46-44.
The Pitt women improve to 13-1.
Freshman Mikaela Burgess was just the spark that the Gorillas needed.