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Baseball team preparing for upcoming season

The baseball team is set to begin the 2021 season on Friday, Feb. 12 in Edmond, Okla where they will compete in the Edmond First Pitch Classic.   The Gorillas will first take on Harding at 6 p.m. followed by Oklahoma Baptist on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 3 p.m. and then East Central on Sunday, Feb. 14 at noon.   “Well, I think number …

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Athlete of the Week: Quentin Hardrict Jr.

This week’s athlete of the week is men’s basketball player and junior Quentin Hardrict Jr.   Previously, Hardrict spent two seasons at North Iowa and was a two-time first-team All-Iowa Community College Athletic Conference selection. As a freshman, Hardrict averaged 15.4 points, 2.9 rebounds and 5.4 assists. As a sophomore, those averages increased in 16.9 …

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Men’s basketball falls to Nebraska-Kearney, defeats Fort Hays

The men’s basketball team split a pair of home games against Nebraska-Kearney and Fort Hays.   The University of Nebraska-Kearney (UNK) Lopers defeated the Gorillas, Thursday, Jan. 21 (75-85). The men managed to bounce back, Saturday, Jan. 23 against the Fort Hays State University Tigers and rode an early lead in the first half to victory (79-68).   The UNK Lopers managed 12 three-point field goals in total and shot 58.6 from the field.   Quentin Hardrict …

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Women’s basketball faces back-to-back losses against Nebraska-Kearney, Fort Hays

The women’s PSU basketball team’s seven game winning streak was broken by the University of Nebraska-Kearney (UNK) Lopers Thursday, Jan. 21 (53-57). The Gorillas did not manage to bounce back and were defeated by the Fort Hays State University (FHSU) Tigers, Saturday, Jan. 23 (73-85).   The Gorillas were in the lead 47-41 with less than eight minutes in the game, but the UNK Lopers closed the gap …

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Athlete of the Week: Allary Liberatore

Track and field athlete and sophomore in marketing Allary Liberatore has been on the women’s track and field team for two years.   Liberatore completed in the most recent track and field meet, the Boo Rogers Combined Events, on Friday, Jan. 15 and Saturday, Jan. 16. Liberatore placed first in the 60-meter hurdles, second in the high …

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Men’s basketball defeated by Washburn

The men’s basketball team traveled to Topeka on Saturday, Jan. 16 to take on Washburn.   The Ichabods defeated the Gorillas (62-84).   Despite the 20-point deficit, head coach Kim Anderson thought the gorillas played well during the game.   “I thought we started off the game pretty well… (for) the first five minutes and then we …

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Gorillas defeat Ichabods on the road

The women’s basketball team defeated the Washburn University Ichabods 69-61 on Saturday, Jan. 16 in Topeka.   The Gorillas played a total of five games during winter break and they won all of them. They defeated Missouri Western on Dec. 17 (96-75), Tabor (exhibition match) on Dec. 30 (89-66), Northwest Missouri on Jan. 2 (80-50), Missouri Southern on …

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Women’s basketball defeats Newman, falls to Central Missouri

The women’s basketball team defeated Newman University in Wichita, Tuesday, Nov. 24 (61-49) and lost to Central Missouri in Warrensburg, Saturday, Nov. 28 (61-78).  Head Coach Amanda Davied thought the team did well against Newman.    “…I thought that we bounced back from a tough loss at UCO,” Davied said. “…Dana Johnson and Shania Wilson both really played their roles well that …

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The Lumberjacks Overpower the Gorillas

Stephen F. Austin State University football team defeated the Gorillas 26-7 on Sat. 14 inside Homer Bryce Stadium in Nacogdoches, Texas. The Lumberjacks rode an impressive edge in time of possession and a strong running game to the home victory.   “We were (going to) have to play our best football game to …

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Men’s basketball opens season, defeats Tabor 109-49

The Gorillas opened the season at home against Tabor College on Saturday, Nov. 14. The Gorillas pulled away with a 109-49 victory over the Tabor Bluejays.   Head Coach Kim Anderson was pleased with the team and thought they performed well on the court against the Tabor College Bluejays.   “I thought we did a good job,” Anderson said. “… I thought …

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