The Northwest and Missouri Western indoor track teams took part in their first meets in 10 months on Saturday.
The Missouri Western women’s basketball team is postponing its upcoming home slate this week after undergoing COVID-19 testing.
The No. 3-ranked Northwest Missouri State men’s basketball team scored its 12th-consecutive road victory with a 73-63 triumph over the Nebraska-Kearney Lopers on Saturday at the Health and Sports Center.
ATCHISON Kan. — When senior guard Jaiden Bristol came to Benedictine College after a successful career at Central High School, he said he had a lot of goals. Among them were reaching 1,000 points and 500 rebounds in his college career.
The No. 3-ranked Northwest Missouri State men will try to make it three wins in a row against a red-hot Nebraska-Kearney squad.
Missouri Western men’s basketball has paused all upcoming activities due to positive COVID-19 results among the program.
With 9:34 to play Thursday inside the Health and Sports Center, Missouri Western went into a timeout with a 15-point deficit staring down its 8-1 record.
With the help of a 15-2 run, the No. 3-ranked Northwest men’s basketball team pulled away late to beat Fort Hays State, 64-51, Thursday at Gross Memorial Coliseum.
A longtime staple of the Northwest Missouri State offense has been tabbed to fill some of the biggest shoes in NAIA football history.
Fresh off its most impressive week this season, the No. 16 Missouri Western men hit the road for one of the toughest road trips in the MIAA.
The Missouri Western men’s basketball team jumped six spots to No. 16 in the latest NABC Top 25 Coaches Poll released Tuesday, while Northwest was knocked off from the top.
With 7:34 to play, Tyrell Carroll’s time to take the court arrived.
MARYVILLE, Mo. — After experiencing their first defeat in more than a year two days prior, the No. 1 Northwest Missouri StateBearcats picked it right back up against Emporia State on Saturday, winning 92-71 at Bearcat Arena.
Even though Washburn handed the Bearcats a crushing blow Thursday night when the Ichabods defeated Northwest in overtime fashion, head coach Ben McCollum stressed looking at the bigger picture.
The Missouri Western women will try to snap a four-game losing streak when they take the floor for the first time since Dec. 19 on Saturday against Washburn.