Tweet #gogriffsGood Morning Griffon Nation! We hope you are doing well. Gotta love April weather in Missouri don't we! Never fear, warm temperatures are back by the weekend. On tap this week; it's the final home match for tennis, a pivotal road series for baseball, prep time for golf, time off for softball and time to head to Spratt Stadium for the annual spring football scrimmage. Read about these items below and more "This Week In Griffon Athletics."
Tweet #gogriffsST. JOSEPH, Mo. - The Missouri Western State University Department of Athletics, in conjunction with the St. Joseph News-Press, will celebrate the success of its student-athletes both on and off of the field as part of the 15th Annual Missouri Western State University/St. Joseph News-Press Student-Athlete Honors Banquet to be held Monday, April 28th at 6:00 PM in the Fulkerson Center on the MWSU campus.
Tweet #gogriffsAs the spring sports season heads into the stretch run, Griffon fans can keep up to date with all of the latest happenings with Griffon Baseball & Softball as well as the Griffon Football Spring Game live on the Griffon Sports Network. "Voice of the Griffons" Dave Riggert and Hall of Fame Broadcaster Bob Orf will call all of the action. Games will be heard on either KFEQ 680 AM or ESPN 1550 AM. The broadcast schedule is listed below:
Here's hoping the Spring weather is here to stay. Griffon spring sports remain busy this week. Softball, tennis and golf hit the road, while baseball returns to the friendly confines of the Spring Sports Complex. Read more below in "This Week in Griffon Athletics".
Flyer | Sign Up SheetTweet #gogriffs?Got Game? Test your skills on April 16, 2014, at the Annual SAAC Make-A-Wish-Foundation Dodgeball Tournament. The event will start around 7:00 pm in the Looney Complex.
Major League Baseball celebrates the 67th anniversary of Jackie Robinson's debut on Tuesday.
Freshmen T.J. Lafaver and Skyler Windmiller are among those vying for Missouri Western's staring quarterback job.
Missouri Western runs their winning streak to eight with 1-0 and 8-3 victories on Saturday.
Kat Steponovich has called all 270.2 innings for Missouri Western softball this season.
Gallatin native Brice Garnett finishes in five-way tie for seventh in 13th PGA Tour event.
Sydney Washington drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to complete the sweep of Nebraska-Kearney.
Jackie Bishop allowed two runs in 12 1/3 innings Friday night.
Former Missouri Western golfer Brice Garnett is one of ten individuals selected for the MIAA Hall of Fame.
Grant Fink will begin the season Friday with the Cleveland Indians' Class A organization.
Tiffany Gillaspy's grand slam caps off a six-run day as Missouri Western earns 8-1 and 11-2 wins.
Missouri Western captures a 3-2 comeback win before falling 6-2 at the MWSU Spring Sports Complex.
Missouri Western scored 23 runs on William Jewell Wednesday afternoon.
Travis Partridge was the only quarterback to workout at Missouri Western's Pro Day in front of 22 NFL Scouts.
Lafayette linebacker Cody Pettijohn joins Missouri Western as a preferred walk-on next season.
Missouri Western salvages the finale of a four-game series to stop its five-game losing streak.
Missouri Western baseball drops 2-1 and 8-2 decisions to Washburn on Sunday.
Missouri Western Director of Athletics Kurt McGuffin hopes to have renovations on Spratt Stadium completed by the 2015 football season.
The Griffons lost to the Bronchos in the first round of the MIAA Tournament.
Grant Fink and Michael Schulze got their first taste of minor league baseball in 2013.
The Missouri Western women's basketball team is on the outside of the 12 squads heading to the MIAA Tournament.