Addison a first team All-MIAA selection
Gorillas tip-off with Bearcats at 8:15 PM Thursday
Lions play Tigers at 2:15 PM on Thursday
Gorillas to host No. 5 Emporia State on Wednesday
Senior plays on despite freak accident four years ago
Addison moves past 1,500 point plateau
MSSU takes over 4th place in MIAA standings
Defeat Nebraska-Kearney 66-50
Bulldogs hand Tigers second loss of the season
Grizzlies now tied for SEK lead
Aubrey's 28 points leads Mustangs to 59-44 win over Eagles
The story of PSU Hall of Famer Homer Cole
The story of PSU Hall of Famer Homer Cole
Gorillas crush SBU 73-58
Will then face UCM on Saturday
Rams win 38-33 at PSU's John Lance Arena
Lady Tigers win 47-44
Travel to SBU Thursday, then No. 12 UCM on Saturday
Mountaineers win key Big 8 road game
Lions outscore Lindenwood 42-24 in second half for the win
Lions led by Clay's 19 Points
Carthage Men host Central, Carthage Women host Carl Junction, Webb City Women host Joplin.
Jeff Boschee to take over as interim head coach of the Lions
Lions top Nebraska-Kearney 76-72
PSU men, women split double-header at William Jewell
Lions men, PSU women win debuts
Using money to build video scoreboard in Leggett & Platt Athletic Center
The Gorillas' leading scorer was dismissed from the team this offseason.
Lions welcome former KU stand out Nick Bradford to the bench
Ressel moving from men's program to coach women
Will take teaching position in MSSU's Department of Kinesiology
Webb City returns to title game for the first time since 2011.
Plus St. Mary's-Colgan boys and Fort Scott girls win Sub-State Titles.
When Neosho's Christian Lopez took to the mat for the Class Three 220 lb championship, he needed a win to get his Wildcats at least a share of the title with Kearney. He got one in the ultimate tiebreaker, and for just the third time in state history, two schools will indeed share first place.
Plus, in MIAA action, both the Pitt State men and women win at home, while both the Missouri Southern men and women fall.
Nearly seven months ago, former Chanute high and Fort Scott greyhound quarterback Matt Bollig suffered a terrible accident while preparing for the fall season at Ottawa University.
But to say Bollig is bouncing back would be an understatement.
There may not be a more vocal supporter of an area team than Pittsburg State senior Richard Harper. Harper is in the band, and is good for four hours of non-stop energy, vocally as well as physically. For both of the Gorillas' Thursday night games at home, Harper wore a microphone for us.
Plus, the Missouri Southern men are very much a Jekyll and Hyde team. The past two games are giving them reason to believe they have something to play for yet again.
After dropping five straight, the Missouri Southern men have scored 193 points in back-to-back wins at home. Saturday the Lions knocked off the MIAA's top ranked team, Central Missouri.
In Pittsburg, the Gorilla men blew a 22 point second half lead against Southwest Baptist, as a chance for back-to-back wins fell by the wayside.
Plus, the Pitt women do get their second straight win, and the MoSo women give the 10th ranked Jennies of Central Mo all they can handle before falling.
All four Missouri Southern and Pittsburg State teams lost on the road Saturday, making them a combined 1-13 since January 23.
The Lions return home Thursday to host SBU, while the Gorillas return to host Truman.
Plus No. 2 Kansas upset at home by Oklahoma State.
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Lions Den Coaches Show 01/28/13 - Segment 1
Longtime Missouri Southern cross country and track & field head coach Tom Rutledge was one of 17 new inductees to the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Sunday night in Springfield.
Rutledge shared the stage with David Eckstein, Mike Sweeney and Tony Richardson, among others.
Plus, taking a look at the recent struggles for the Lions' basketball teams.
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Lion's Den Coaches Show - 01/20/13 Segment 1
After losing Hailey Roderique to an ACL tear, the Pitt State women knew they'd need everyone else to step up. One player who has is reserve guard Brigit Hesser. For the men, senior JaVon McGee has been on a roll for about nine games.
We also recap two disappointing Missouri Southern losses from Saturday.
Plus, one last look at Douglass-OKC's Stevie Clark, who made 30 three-pointers in three games in the Frontenac National Guard Invitational.
There were some tense moments in John Lance arena, as both Gorilla games were not decided until the final buzzer horn went off, but the home crowd saw their teams walk away winners.
In Joplin, the Southern men and women both had disappointing performances, losing to Nebraska-Kearney teams that have struggled thus far in MIAA play.