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Feels all the same a year later

January 8, 2011 Almost a year ago, I made my first trek to Marshall as the sports editor of the Independent. more »»

Meierkort does Marshall, SMSU proud

September 13, 2010 Hands on his head, Ed Meierkort appeared to be on the verge of tears as he looked for someone, anyone, to hug after his South Dakota Coyotes football team defeated the University of Minnesota, 41-38... more »»

Farewell to my biggest fans

August 21, 2010 Change can be a good thing or a bad thing depending on the situation. For me, the last year of my life has been nothing short of a whirlwind of change. more »»

An education in rolle bolle

August 8, 2010 GHENT — Growing up in the Twin Cities, I never thought a wooden peg, a wagon wheel and a vacant dirt lot could make up something so initially confusing, but so beloved in a tow. more »»

Cursing the name of Kahn

July 3, 2010 Because of the Minnesota Timberwolves, guys like William Shatner and Ricardo Montalban become regular images in my head. Let me explain. more »»

Twins’ new home on target

June 22, 2010 The names and faces on the field were familiar, but with some natural sunlight, the Minnesota Twins just seemed completely differen. more »»

A fond farewell in the family

June 8, 2010 Late Thursday night, I got word from my family that my grandfather, Stanley Monson, had passed away at 68 years old at his farm home outside of Holton, Kansas. more »»

Some numbers more important than 300

May 11, 2010 Wabasso softball coach John VanLoy was never concerned about the personal number. more »»

Baumann returns to Marshall with poise

April 24, 2010 Spending last summer with the Eau Claire Express, former Marshall Tiger and current Augustana College (S.D.) outfielder Nate Baumann said the one thing he learned about was poise. more »»

SMSU’s passing game a question mark with young receivers

April 17, 2010 Since Cory Sauter came to Southwest Minnesota State University, the passing game has never been an issue. more »»

Replacing Wysong a two-man job

April 10, 2010 With all the numbers that Southwest Minnesota State University’s passing offense has put up since Cory Sauter joined the Mustangs, one fact gets lost in the translation: SMSU had a fine running back... more »»

March madness: better on ice

March 17, 2010 Every sports fan knows once the calendar turns over to March, college basketball becomes king. more »»

A big win, but hardly a miracle

February 24, 2010 Like the reported 10.6 million viewers on Sunday, I was watching intently as U.S.A men’s hockey played Canada. more »»

Teammates forever, opponents Saturday

February 19, 2010 Before coming to Marshall, Southwest Minnesota State University women’s basketball player Taylor Voss had an impressive playing pedigree. more »»

A common link between opposing coaches

February 10, 2010 Walking into St. Cloud’s Halenbeck Hall will be a familiar feeling for Mike Jewett on Friday. Heading into the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference contest against S. more »»

A big-league experience for SMSU’s Williamson

February 3, 2010 Southwest Minnesota State University catcher Andy Williamson got to experience a once-in-a-lifetime event on Jan. 27. more »»

The pain never gets any easier

January 25, 2010 It’s always inevitable. Whenever the words “NFC championship” and “Minnesota Vikings” are grouped together, the outcome always seems pre-determined. more »»

Standing out from the rest

October 13, 2009 Minneota sophomore Kelsey Hennen truly stands out in volleyball and not just because she wears a different color uniform than the rest of her teammate. more »»

Mustang men ranked No. 12 in preseason poll

October 13, 2009 The Southwest Minnesota State University men’s basketball team is ranked No. 12 in the 2009-10 Division II Bulletin Preseason Top 25 poll. more »»

Sophomore Devin Diedrich earns NSIC offensive player of the week

October 13, 2009 Southwest Minnesota State University sophomore middle blocker Devin Diedrich was named the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference offensive player of the week. more »»

 
 

 

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