Griffon football players and head coach Jerry Partridge got the 2014 version of the Paint It Gold Blitz kicked off Wednesday in Cameron, Missouri.
Griffon soccer was picked to finish in the same spot as they left off in the 2013 season in the MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll.
For the fourth straight season, student-athletes from the Griffon Football, Soccer and Volleyball teams will take part in a community engagement activity known as the, "Paint It Gold" Blitz.
Griffon Football received 38 votes in the American Football Coaches Association Division II Preseason Coaches Poll.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. – The Missouri Western State University Athletics Hall of Fame Committee is excited to announce the 2014 induction class. This year's class includes; John Chavez – Track & Field; Mitch Mason – Football; Darroll Wright – Men's Basketball; and the 1994-1995 Women's Basketball Team.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Missouri Western Volleyball has been selected sixth in the MIAA Preseason Coaches Poll.
ST. JOSEPH, Mo. - Missouri Western Men's Baseketball coaches wrapped up their fifth camp of the summer Thursday.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs will host Alumni Day at Chiefs Training Camp presented by Mosaic Life Care on Saturday, Aug. 9 on the campus of Missouri Western State University. The final Saturday of this year's camp marks the first time that Chiefs Ambassadors will be joined by Chiefs alumni to participate in special Alumni Day festivities during training camp.
Kansas City, Mo. - The Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletic Association football coaches picked Griffon football 5th and the media slotted the Griffons 4th in the 2014 MIAA Preseason Football Polls.
Lexington, Ky. - Griffon Volleball has received the American Volleyball Coaches Association Team Academic Award for the 2012-13 season.
The Griffons' Mike Jordan and Darrian Bass grew up just miles away from Ferguson.
Northwest receives all but one first place vote, while Missouri Western gets 38 Top 25 votes.
Missouri Western held its first football practice of the fall season Thursday evening.
The MIAA released its preseason coaches and media polls Tuesday.
Travis Partridge scored his first regular season touchdown Saturday night.
Mandie Berneking served as Missouri Western's assistant softball coach for the last four seasons.
The World Cup and Team USA has been a talking point at Missouri Western's second indoor summer camp this week.
Travis Partridge throws the game-tying touchdown in a 14-11 win in the BC Lions' preseason opener.
Gallatin native Brice Garnett has eight birdies and an eagle through 36 holes at the Crowne Plaza Invitational.
Griffon Football will be featured on CBS Sports Network during their first-ever meeting with Lindenwood.
Travis Partridge signed with the Minnesota Vikings Sunday morning.
Griffon Softball falls to Winona State 5-4 after winning their first regional game in five years earlier on Saturday.
Missouri Western's Reggie Jordan and Northwest's Brian Dixon find teams as undrafted free agents.
Augustana's Sarah Kennedy hit a walk-off home run in the bottom of the seventh to beat Missouri Western.
Missouri Western is in the conference title game for the second year in a row.
Seven Griffons and two Bearcats have been named to the All-MIAA baseball team announced Thursday.
Missouri Western split their previous two meetings with Augustana in the regular season.
Dave Lau accepts the athletic director job at Montana Tech after 11 years at Missouri Western.
David Chew had the game-winning hit in the bottom of the tenth.
Missouri Western launches three home runs to beat Northeastern State 12-0 to win the MIAA Softball Tournament.
The Flames have been so close to making the FCS playoff field over the last decade that they are ready to rewrite the ending. They tied Coastal Carolina for the Big South championship last season, but lost the head-to-head meeting in overtime, and ultimately fell oh-so-short of the postseason.
Kent State football player Jason Bitsko died Wednesday. He was 21 years old.
Hawaii struggled to produce an offense that could compete, particularly in the early going when it was being outscored by a combined 94-36 against the likes of USC, Oregon State and Nevada. However, in the first Mountain West Conference home game in late September the squad actually threw a scare into nationally-ranked Fresno State, before dropping a 42-37 final.
Over half of the FCS conferences have at least 10 teams - seven of the 13 - so navigating the schedule is an arduous process that demands talent, execution and luck for the championship team.
Ohio State quarterback Braxton Miller will miss the entire 2014 season with a right shoulder injury, the school confirmed Tuesday.
Names such as Tony Romo, Sean Payton, Mike Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo are familiar to football fans.
Ohio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller will reportedly miss the season with a right shoulder injury, according to ESPN.
Larry Coker's third season at the helm of UTSA's football program was also the third-ever season for the Roadrunners as a football team, which started up in 2011. UTSA topped out its greatest win total at eight games in just its second year in existence in 2012, and has had only one losing season in three years. The Roadrunners finished off their 2013 season on a five-game win streak.
UTEP nearly began the season 2-0, however. The Miners dropped a season-opening contest to New Mexico, 42-35, in overtime on Sept. 7, then rebounded nicely from the defeat to take a sound 42-21 decision against New Mexico State. Led by quarterback Jameill Showers, the Miners were seemingly in good position to earn some wins and compete in the conference.
The team played a mixed schedule of FBS opponents and FCS opponents, with incredibly polarizing results, as one would imagine. The Monarchs opened 2013 with losses against East Carolina and Maryland (52-38 and 47-10, respectively) but then went absolutely nutty offensively against FCS opponents Howard (76-19), The Citadel (59-58) and Albany (66-10). The team suffered just two more losses the rest of the way (a 35-24 defeat at Pittsburgh and an 80-20 thrashing at the hands of North Carolina in the season finale).
This year, with both powers up to the FBS level, the same Mocs team hopes to land an FCS playoff bid for the first team since 1984. The Mocs enter the season as the SoCon's preseason favorite.
Redshirt sophomore Dakota Prukop has been named Montana State's starting quarterback for their season opener at Arkansas State on Aug. 30.
Ohio State senior quarterback Braxton Miller reportedly reinjured his right shoulder in practice Monday.
Joe Mixon will not play for the Oklahoma Sooners this year.
Redshirt sophomore Jared Johnson was named Sam Houston State's season-opening quarterback on Monday.