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After a rough go in their 2022 season, Missouri Western Baseball announces the hiring of Damian Stambersky as assistant coach. Stambersky who has oversaw three major league careers in the making comes to St. Joseph in the midst of a 20 plus career in coaching baseball.  READ MORE

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Missouri Western Track and Field finished up their season with a successful trip to the 2022 NCAA Outdoor Championships. While the day one vet… READ MORE

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The Griffons stopped in Seward, Nebraska yesterday in an attempt to bring more athletes to Grand Valley. This is one of three stops this weeke… READ MORE

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Missouri Western softballs' championship bid took a hit Friday where a four-run bottom of the sixth inning led to a 6-4 loss against first-see… READ MORE

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No. 5 Missouri Western Tennis moves on to day two in the Central Regional #1 after defeating No. 4 Harding 4-0.  READ MORE

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Allycia Gan finished in a tie for eighth in her attempt to get back to the national stage with +10 over par after all three rounds. 

 

This comes after tying for sixth in the MIAA conference tournament with a +18 over par. 

 

Margins for error can change the situation in a flash, but of course it changes by course. Last season she had home course advantage when the central regional was in St. Joseph. Gan got the golden ticket she needed after a successful seven over par at the St Joseph Country Club. Achieving second after a well played three rounds. 

 

Changing up the scenery to this year's attempt, Gan traveled to Hot Springs Arkansas where the terrain can be a little different. With warm temperatures and a dash of humidity, it can affect aspects of your game. 

 

After day one she was tied for first with -2 under par. Susana Oliveras from UCO kept pace with Gan through the day and shared the placing until the end of day two. Her total for the day all together was 70. 

 

Day two saw Gan starting to slip in the rankings, finishing out +2 over par and in a two way tie for third with Central Missouri’s Rosie Klausner. She finished day two with 76 and a total of 146 over the two rounds. 

 

Gan would end up having a rough day three, finishing at +10 over par and the tie for sixth. The unkind round three saw a total 79, ending with a tournament total of 234. 

 

Taking first place of this central regional was Henderson State University’s Gracen Blount who ended +1 over par. 

 

Gan can take from this year and hopefully make it back to the national stage in ‘23.

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After not being selected in the 2022 NFL Draft, former Missouri Western CB, Sam Webb, has signed with the Las Vegas Raiders as an undrafted fr… READ MORE

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Spring has sprung in the Midwest, calling for unexpected and unstable weather, something that the Missouri Western softball team had to maneuv… READ MORE

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The Missouri Western Tennis Team is playing some of the best tennis they’ve ever played in the previous seasons. It looks like they will be he… READ MORE

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Prolific pitching proved to be the necessary punch for Missouri Western softball to split their doubleheader on Friday, April 15, against fell… READ MORE

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The Missouri Western track and field teams were in Warrensburg, Miss. at the Mule Invitational, and both the men and women left with a top 10 … READ MORE

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Spring is in full swing, and that can only mean one thing — Missouri Western’s golf teams are preparing for the most important tournament of t… READ MORE

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Missouri Western lacrosse did not pan out last weekend against the no. 2 ranked University of Indianapolis, losing 14-3 and against Lewis Univ… READ MORE

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When asked about how he felt about the trip to the KT Woodman Classic in the Sunflower State of Kansas, head track and field Coach Cody Ingold… READ MORE

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Missouri Western baseball found themselves in a groove this week for the first time in a long time, defeating Maryville University and conquer… READ MORE

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Over Friday and Saturday, Missouri Western sent two teams to compete in two competitions, first in the Friends University Invitational in Wich… READ MORE

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Missouri Western women’s golf finished in second place on March 29 in the Holiday Inn Express Classic. This is the third invite in a row that … READ MORE

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It has been a season of not getting too high or too low for the Missouri Western softball team.  Although, this season has had its fair share … READ MORE

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It was a busy week for Missouri Western sports fans, including those of the baseball team. However, after a difficult seven game stretch, the … READ MORE

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The wins just keep on coming for Missouri Western Women's Tennis. Four games over six days didn't seem to be a problem for Missouri Western as… READ MORE

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The Missouri Western men’s golf team took to the course in Commerce, Texas for their second invitational of the spring.  The Griffons were in … READ MORE

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Missouri Western men’s and women’s golf teams both traveled to invitationals on March 7-8. The women participated in SMSU Spring Invitational … READ MORE

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The Spring Sports Complex was sadly vacant this weekend, thanks to mother nature’s annual spring Missouri snowfall. Because the snow covered t… READ MORE

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Missouri Western lacrosse experienced a memorable week while going 2-2 against their opponents. Part of their week consisted of being the firs… READ MORE

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Missouri Western lacrosse began their season and two of six straight home games with a bang. They split their games, losing to Northern Michig… READ MORE