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AREA SPORTS SATURDAY RECAP

November 8, 2014 Marshall and TMB VB finished second in the Class 2A and 1A State tournaments. SMSU VB fell to Minnesota-Duluth in five sets. Marshall Swimming saw five swimmers qualify for the state meet. more »»

TMB too much for ML

November 8, 2014 ST. PAUL—Coach Katie Gervais told her Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panther team that their will to win needed to be greater than their fear of losing. more »»

Vikings take on Greyhounds

November 8, 2014 By David Merrill sports@marshallindependent.com MINNEOTA— Minneota will take on New Ulm Cathedral this afternoon with the kickoff slated for 3 p.m. more »»

SMSU heads to Winona for final road test

November 8, 2014 MARSHALL — With the season nearing its end, Southwest Minnesota State has one more chance to pick up a win on the roa. more »»

Mustangs topple St. Cloud State in straight sets

November 8, 2014 MARSHALL—The No. 6 Southwest Minnesota State volleyball team moved its winning streak to four games and hit .494 in the win, setting a program record Friday night. The Mustangs dominated St. more »»

Marshall sweeps TRF

November 7, 2014 This Marshall Tigers volleyball team has learned that it's not going to be easy to win another championship. Thursday night was no different. more »»

STATE VB: Panthers on to state semis

November 7, 2014 Tracy-Milroy-Balaton defeated Mayer Lutheran 25-20, 22-25 25-20, 25-14 in the Class A semifinals at Excel Energy Center in St. Paul on Friday. more »»

TMB makes it look easy

November 7, 2014 he Tracy-Milroy-Balaton Panthers started their state tournament run off strong with a sweep of the Browerville Tigers (25-11, 25-15, 25-13) at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul on Thursday afternoon. more »»

Vermeire sets record as Eight tigers reach finals

November 7, 2014 HUTCHINSON—The Marshall girls swimming and diving team went into the Section 3A prelims Thursday in Hutchinson with six individual swims seeded to qualify for the second day, and at the end of the... more »»

Nebraska pulls away from SMSU in second half

November 7, 2014 LINCOLN, Neb.— he University of Nebraska, ranked No. more »»

Blackjacks face tough task in Mahnomen

November 7, 2014 DAWSON— Dawson-Boyd coach Cory Larson is well aware of the task that lays in front of his team tomorrow night. more »»

Mustangs’ Oden named Freshman of the Year

November 7, 2014 MARSHALL—The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference awarded season accolades Thursday and Southwest Minnesota State’s Eisha Oden was voted Freshman of the Year. The Marshalltown, Iowa, native hit . more »»

Tigers at home in this jungle

November 6, 2014 MARSHALL — The Marshall Tigers had something to prove this season. more »»

Panthers sweep in quarters

November 6, 2014 Tracy-Milroy-Balaton swept Browerville 25-11, 25-15, 25-13 in a Class A state volleyball quarterfinal match Thursday at the Xcel Energy Center. The match took about one hou. more »»

Winona State eliminates SMSU

November 6, 2014 WINONA—Southwest Minnesota State soccer season came to a close at the hand of Winona State Wednesday night at Warrior Stadium by a score of 1-. more »»

Hoofprints:A most busy time of year at SMSU

November 6, 2014 It will be another busy weekend for Mustang athletics with a number of teams on the road, a few beginning post-season competition and SMSU volleyball closing out the regular season hosting the No. more »»

Mustangs travel to Lincoln

November 6, 2014 MARSHALL— The Southwest Minnesota State mens basketball team will get its second exhibition game of the season tonight as they take on the University of Nebraska. more »»

Five Mustangs voted All-NSIC

November 6, 2014 BURNSVILLE—The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference announced today that five Southwest Minnesota State University soccer players have been named to the All-NSIC team. more »»

RICE COMPLETES FIRST DAY OF APPEAL HEARING

November 6, 2014 Ray Rice completed the first day of his appeal hearing after spending about nine hours Wednesday at the offices of former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones in New York. more »»

 
 
 

 

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