Missouri Valley College News

MVC Student Research Symposium
Posted May 2, 2017

More than 60 students representing nearly two dozen majors presented their work at the spring 2017 Missouri Valley College Student Research Symposium. The two hour poster session included 28 student participants while 35 students gave presentations or performances of their work. Senior Belen LaFuente Horcajo won the Excellence in Student Research Award for Best Poster for her project “Attachment Style Compatibility and Relationship Success,” senior Tea Mortensen won the Excellence in Student Research Award for Best Performance for her piece “The Unknown” and sophomore Madelyn Deigan won the Excellence in Student Research Award for Best Presentation for her project “Lessons of Epic Texts & their Application in Tang Soo Do Training... Read More

Viking Athletic Update
Posted May 1, 2017

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2017 Gruber Prize Recipients Awarded
Posted May 1, 2017

Missouri Valley College seniors Gustavo Maccori Kozma and Belén Lorena Lafuente were recipients of the 2017 Gruber Prize. Named in honor of the late professor Loren C. Gruber, the Gruber Prize is awarded annually by Valley’s Writing Across the Curriculum program to recognize outstanding academic or artistic achievement by junior and senior level students... Read More

Viking Rodeo Teams Capture Ozark Region Championships
Posted April 30, 2017

Rodeo Results-Click Here Region Standings-Click Here  Marshall, Mo. (April 30, 2017)- The Missouri Valley College rodeo teams finished out their regular seasons competing at the Cossatot (Ark.) Community College rodeo in Texarkana, Ark.  The Viking men’s rodeo team won the rodeo, while the women’s team placed second... Read More

Tennis Teams Fall to William Woods in Tournament Finals
Posted April 29, 2017

  Marshall, Mo. (April 29, 2017)- The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s tennis teams competed in their conference tournaments, both advancing to the tournament finals.  The women’s team lost to No. 11 William Woods (Mo.) University in the championship round, 5-1 in matches, while the men’s team fell to No... Read More

Track and Field Competes at Zack Kindler Wildcat Open
Posted April 29, 2017

Marshall, Mo. (April 29, 2017)- The Missouri Valley College track and field teams competed at the Zack Kindler Wildcat Open at Baker (Kan.) University Saturday.   Men’s Results:   Junior Victor Reveles (Los Angeles, Calif.) placed first in 5000 meter run, with a time of 16:14.63.   Junior Edwin Ortiz Lopez (Santa Ana, Calif... Read More

Postponed/Canceled Events
Posted April 29, 2017

The Missouri Valley College softball doubleheader at Avila (Mo.) University scheduled for today (Saturday) at 1pm has been cancelled.  The doubleheader will not be rescheduled.   The Missouri Valley College women's tennis matches against William Woods (Mo.) University for today (Saturday) have been moved to the Genesis Raquet Club South in Lawrence, Kan... Read More

Baseball Ends Season with Losses at Central Methodist
Posted April 28, 2017

Game 1 Box Score-Click Here Game 2 Box Score-Click Here   Marshall, Mo. (April 28, 2017)- The Missouri Valley College Baseball team travelled to Fayette, Mo. to play a Heart of America Athletic Conference doubleheader against No. 5 Central Methodist (Mo.) University. The Vikings fell in a close game one,3-2, before dropping the second game, 7-0... Read More

49th Valley Women's Hall of Famer to be Inducted
Posted April 28, 2017

Missouri Valley College’s Valley Women organization will honor three individuals at its annual tea at 3 p.m. on Monday, May 1 in the Malcolm Center Bacon Room. The 49th inductee into the Valley Women’s Hall of Fame, the 2017 Outstanding Senior Woman and the Valley Women Scholarship recipient will be recognized... Read More

Viking Baseball Splits Thursday with Top 10 Central Methodist
Posted April 27, 2017

Game 1 Box Score-Click Here Game 2 Box Score-Click Here   Marshall, Mo. (April 27, 2017)- The Missouri Valley College baseball traveled to Fayette, Mo., for a Heart of America Athletic Conference doubleheader with No. 5 Central Methodist (Mo.) University Thursday afternoon.  The Vikings fell in the first game, 12-0, but came back to earn a split with a 6-5 victory in game two... Read More