Athletics News

Pair of Vikings Earn Weekly Heart Awards
Posted October 12, 2015

Marshall, Mo. (October 12, 2015)- Two Missouri Valley College student-athletes have been chosen for weekly awards from the Heart of America Athletic Conference.  Both Vikings earned their second-straight weekly awards for their performances last week.   Junior Phillip Cheruiyot (Kericho, Kenya) earned his second-straight Heart Men’s Cross Country Runner of the Week award after his performance Saturday at the Haskell Indian Nations (Kan... Read More

Viking Athletic Update
Posted October 12, 2015

Viking Rodeo Competes at West Alabama
Posted October 11, 2015

The Missouri Valley College rodeo teams competed in their second rodeo of the season, at the University of West Alabama.  The Viking men’s team placed third and the women’s team took fourth.   On the men’s side, Sophomore Briar Dittmer (Runnells, Iowa) won the saddle bronc riding competition while Junior Cody Crim (Wagner, S... Read More

Viking Men's Soccer Beats Avila on the Road
Posted October 10, 2015

Box Score-Click Here   The No. 9 Missouri Valley College men’s soccer team traveled to Kansas City, Mo., for a Heart of America Athletic Conference match against Avila (Mo.) University.  Six Vikings registered at least one goal in a 7-0 win.   Missouri Valley got its scoring started in the first ten minutes of the match when Senior Forward Juan Carlos Heras (Seville, Spain) scored on a shot near the top of the box that went in off the post to make the score 1-0... Read More

Viking Men's Cross Country Competes at Haskell Indian Nations
Posted October 10, 2015

The Missouri Valley College men’s cross country team competed at the Haskell Indian Nations (Kan.) University Invite Saturday in Lawrence, Kan.  The Vikings were led by Junior Phillip Cheruiyot (Kericho, Kenya) to a No. 6 finish.   Cheruiyot placed No. 4 overall with a time of 26:21 in the 8k race... Read More

Vikings Women's Soccer Defeats Avila on the Road Friday
Posted October 9, 2015

Box Score-Click Here The No. 19 Missouri Valley College women’s soccer team played a road Heart of America Athletic Conference match in Kansas City, Mo., against Avila (Mo.) University.  The Vikings scored two first half goals and came away with a 2-0 victory.   Missouri Valley took control of the match from the start, as Junior Midfielder Ana Soares (Jundiai, Brazil) scored the opening goal just over one minute in, off a corner... Read More

Viking Men's Lacrosse Visits Valley Lab School
Posted October 9, 2015

The Missouri Valley College men's lacrosse team visited the Valley Lab School in Marshall, Mo., this week.  The team interacted with the kids at the school, helping out with recess and teaching the game of lacrosse.   "It was great to see my team interacting with kids at the Lab School," said Men's Lacrosse Head Coach Kevin Totaro... Read More

Viking Golf Teams Claim MVC Fall Invitational Championships
Posted October 8, 2015

Men's Results-Click Here Women's Results-Click Here Marshall, Mo. (October 8, 2015)- The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s golf teams hosted the MVC Fall Invitational at Indian Foothills Golf Course in Marshall, Mo.  Both Viking teams claimed a championship, and each had an individual champion... Read More

Viking Women's Volleyball Drops Close Match to Central Methodist
Posted October 6, 2015

Box Score-Click Here   Marshall, Mo. (October 6, 2015)- The Missouri Valley College women’s volleyball team welcomed in Central Methodist (Mo.) University to the Burns Athletic Complex Tuesday evening for a Heart of America Athletic Conference match.  The Vikings battled with CMU through the evening, but fell by scores of 25-27, 24-26, 26-28... Read More

Viking Soccer Teams Stay Ranked in Latest Coaches' Polls
Posted October 6, 2015

Men's Coaches' Poll-Click Here Women's Coaches' Poll-Click Here Marshall, Mo. (October 6, 2015)- The Missouri Valley College men’s and women’s soccer programs both stayed ranked in their respective coaches’ polls, which were released Tuesday.  The Viking men’s soccer team remained at No... Read More