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Missouri State’s Marshall ready for next step

Six months have passed and Missouri State assistant basketball coach Jermaine Henderson remembers the pained look on Marcus Marshall’s face. It wasn’t all from the ache in Marshall’s surgically repaired right knee. “Our first home game after his surgery, he was sitting there during pregame warm-ups and you could see it on his face. It really bothered him not to be out there...
Via Pro Sports Daily
July 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Did SE Missouri State Send A Risque Picture Of Girls In Tweet?

It sure looks like Southeast Missouri State accidentally sent out a risqué picture of girls in a tweet.
Via Gamedayr
May 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Missouri State's Pickens refuses to let injuries define his career

ST. LOUIS -- His body was telling him no. And he knows he probably should have listened. But Keith Pickens just couldn't miss this. This is March, after all. This is where the memories are made. That's what brought him back. From a college basketball career that was over. Dead and buried. Missouri State announced Pickens was done with a press release a year ago, on March...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Getting To Know The Opponent: Missouri State

Missouri State University is located in Springfield, Missouri.  Missouri State is the second largest university in Missouri, and boasts an enrollment of around 21,000.  Missouri State operates athletics in the Missouri valley conference.  Apparently they run a loose ship at Missouri State. During the conference realignment bonanza of 2011 a Missouri State student athlete tweeted...
Via The Cardinal Connect
December 17, 2013  |  Discuss

NW Missouri State beats Grand Valley State 27-13

Reuben Thomas caught seven passes for 143 yards and two touchdowns to elevate Northwest Missouri State to a 27-13 victory over Grand Valley State in an NCAA Division III semifinal on Saturday. The Bearcats (14-0) advanced to their eighth national championship game in program history and will face Lenoir-Rhyne in the first meeting between the two programs. Following a two-turnover...
Via AP on Fox
December 14, 2013  |  Discuss

Missouri State women routed by No. 7 Louisville

Missouri State was close to No. 7 Louisville early. Then, after one of the Cardinals' players was taken off the court on a stretcher, they ran away from the Bears. Kenzie Williams scored 13 points, Tyonna Snow added 12 and Desiree Phillips 11 as Missouri State (1-5) lost its fourth straight, 91-49 to Louisville on Tuesday night. The Cardinals (8-1) were leading 7-2 with 17...
Via AP on Fox
December 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Northern Iowa holds off Missouri State 17-10

David Johnson was the workhorse for Northern Iowa, carrying the ball 37 times and scoring twice in a victory over Missouri State 17-10 on Saturday. Johnson gained 167 of the Panthers' 212 yards rushing, and had TD runs of 1 and 21 yards in the close contest. Northern Iowa (6-5, 2-5 Missouri Valley Conference) ended the Bears (5-7, 5-3) four-game win streak. Missouri State has...
Via AP on Fox
November 16, 2013  |  Discuss

Rodeo clown in Obama mask at Missouri State Fair bothers people

Officials from the Missouri State Fair apologized Sunday after a rodeo clown dressed as President Barack Obama sparked an uproar on Saturday evening. The PA asking if "anyone would like to see Obama run down by a bull" whipped the crowd into a frenzy. "The performance by one of the rodeo clowns at Saturday's event was inappropriate and disrespectful, and does...
Via Bob's Blitz
August 12, 2013  |  Discuss

BUZZER BEATER: A Brave Shot By Lemon, Jr. Gives Bradley at 66-69 Win Over Missouri State

Most buzzer beaters are personal with me but this one was.  It involved Bradley’s Walt Lemon, Jr. banking home a three pointer at the buzzer to defeat my alma mater, Missouri State 69-66. Here’s the game winner, (Thanks KYTV, Springfield, MO) “I was actually going to pass it because I thought they would double team me.” Lemon said.  “But...
Via Online Sports Guys
January 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Louisville – Missouri State Football Game Will Be Televised By WHAS11

The Louisville – Missouri State Football game on Sept. 8 will be televised by WHAS11 and will kick off at 3:30 PM EST. This is the fourth game on the schedule with a TV time announced. It was announced last week Louisville-North Carolina game slated for Sept. 15 is scheduled for a 3:30 p.m. kicff and will be televised regionally on ABC with the rest of the country being able to...
Via The Cardinal Connect
June 14, 2012  |  Discuss

Stony Brook storms back, tops Missouri State 10-7

Kevin Courtney doubled twice and drove in three runs in a seven-run seventh for Stony Brook, who eliminated Missouri State with a 10-7 win Sunday and advanced to the championship game of the Coral Gables Regional. No. 4 seed Stony Brook (48-12) will have to beat UCF twice to win their first regional in school history. UCF has also never won a regional. Missouri State (40-22) jumped...
Via AP on Fox
June 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Richardson leads UCF past Missouri State 2-1

Ronny Richardson homered and scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning to lead Central Florida to a 2-1 win over Missouri State in the Coral Gables Regional on Friday. UCF (44-15) will await the winner of the Miami-Stony Brook game. Missouri State (39-21) will face the loser. Nick Petree (10-4), Collegiate Baseball newspaper's Division I national player of the year, took...
Via Fox Sports
June 01, 2012  |  Discuss

MSU's Petree named Collegiate Baseball POY

Courtesy: Missouri State Athletics Communications TUCSON, Ariz. Missouri State sophomore Nick Petree (RHP, Clinton, Mo.) has been named the The Louisville Slugger NCAA Division I National Player of The Year, as released Thursday (May 31) as part of Collegiate Baseball newspaper's annual All-America Team announcement. The 2012 Missouri Valley Conference Pitcher of the Year...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
May 31, 2012  |  Discuss

Missouri State's Garrison won't stop shooting

ST. LOUIS She proved to be versatile. With her right hand limited because of injury, Missouri State senior guard Casey Garrison resorted to shooting with her left hand in games over the past three weeks and achieved results that surprised her coach, her team and the competition. During a three-game stretch after she sprained her right thumb in practice, the Missouri Valley Conference...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
February 28, 2012  |  Discuss

Legendary coach 'Spoon' passes away at 72

Legendary Missouri State and Saint Louis University basketball coach Charlie Spoonhour passed away on Wednesday morning at the age of 72 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina after a long battle with lung complications. Coach Spoonhour had been in and out of the hospital for the past couple of years after receiving a lung transplant in 2010. He had been diagnosed with idiopathic pulmonary...
Via Fox Sports Midwest
February 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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