Category Archives: Sports

  • Athletes and scholars at MVC.

    NAIA names athlete-scholarsSports

    Information provided by Danielle Durham, MVC Sports Information  The NAIA has announced the 2012 Spring Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes.  To be eligible for this honor student-athletes must be nominated by their institution’s head coach, must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, and must have achieved junior academic status […]

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    Photos of football scrimmage sessionGallery, Sports

    MVC Football team organized a massive scrimmage on the beautiful turf on April 28. Students gathered on the bleachers to cheer on the players that made it to the play-offs this year. Warm with a delightful slight wind, the weather was perfect. That Saturday, my camera in hand, I decided to work on my sports […]

  • Viking basketball player Ebone Brown

    Tense sports moment: Two inches of embarrassmentSports

    Story by LeKyndra Duncan Viking player Ebone Brown stands on the line shooting two free-throws. Brown receives the ball; some players have a unique free-throw routine from circling the ball around their waist to practicing their follow-through on their shot. Brown’s is simple; she takes a deep breath, dribbles the ball twice with both hands. […]

  • Viking radio commentators

    Voices of Viking sports liven listening funFeatured, Sports

    Story by James O’Sullivan Trapped behind the table or up in the booth at every Valley basketball and football game are the two men that do not get enough credit for what they do to make the valley games enjoyable.  Ken Kujawa and Joe Aull are the voices of Missouri Valley College on the Viking […]

  • Brett Holt finishes off the season with the last home win against Grandview University on March 27. (Photo courtesy of Laura Lewis Sports Photography)

    Coaches shared duties for volleyballSports

    Story by Jessica Gates The head men’s and women’s volleyball coach Derick White left the team this past January. With White, both teams excelled in many ways. Last season, the men and women placed higher in their conference rankings than they ever have in the recent years. With White gone, two graduate assistants, Brett Holt […]