Skip to main content
featured
  • Updated
  • 0

ALLENDALE, Mich. — The two ends of Lubbers Stadium told two different stories. One told a story of celebration and excitement, while the other told a tale filled with disappointment and sorrow. Read moreGrand Valley State defeats Northwest football in second round of playoffs to bring an end to Bearcats' season

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

The second round of the Division II football playoffs pins two teams together with a storied history, especially in similar moments. Northwest football and Grand Valley State have met six times in the playoffs during the 21st century. Read morePlayoff rivalry to be renewed between Northwest football, Grand Valley State

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Northwest football sophomore defensive back Trevon Peak jumped into a hug with senior defensive tackle Elijah Green in the back of the northeast end zone in Cliff Harris Stadium. Read moreNorthwest football advances to second round of playoffs with blowout win over Ouachita Baptist

  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest volleyball was attempting to make more history this season, searching for the No. 12 Bearcats’ first-ever NCAA Tournament victory Nov. 18 in Wayne, Nebraska, but was denied by No. 8 St. Cloud State 3-1 in the first round of Central Region play. Read moreNorthwest volleyball falls to St. Cloud State in NCAA Tournament

  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest women’s basketball started its season off undefeated, going 2-0 at the University of Nebraska-Kearney Tournament Nov. 11-12. Now, the team looks ahead to the Fort Hays State Tournament, where the Bearcats will be facing Colorado Mesa Nov. 18 and Minnesota State-Mankato Nov. 19. Read moreNorthwest women's basketball prepares for second tournament of season

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

EMPORIA, Kan. — Through 10 games and 72 days since the first game of the season, Northwest football’s season, including the potential extension of the season, came down to the 11th and final game of the regular season. Read moreNorthwest football defeats Emporia State in final game of regular season

  • Updated
  • 0

ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Northwest volleyball and Washburn went blow for blow with each other — like what one might see between two mighty boxers in a title bout. In the end, the No. 20 team in the country and No. 5 seed in the tournament Ichabods snuck out a 3-1 victory over the No. 10 team in the… Read moreWashburn upsets Northwest volleyball in tightly contested MIAA Tournament semifinals

  • Updated
  • 0

Maryville football will play Savannah in the Class 3 District 8 Tournament Championship Nov. 11 in the ’Hound Pound. This game is more than a district championship game for the Savages and Spoofhounds; it's the latest edition of the Highway 71 rivalry. Read moreHighway 71 rivalry reawakens in Maryville football's Class 3 Distirct 8 Tournament Championship

  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest volleyball won its first ever MIAA regular season conference title, which helped the Bearcats earn the No. 1 seed in the MIAA Tournament. The ’Cats have a chance to defend their regular season championship Nov. 10-12 in the Civic Arena in St. Joseph, Missouri. Read moreNorthwest volleyball seeks first MIAA Tournament title

  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest men’s basketball coach Ben McCollum gazed onto the court inside George W. Jenkins Field House from his usual spot along his team’s sideline. He looked on as the Bearcats capped off a 78-62 win against the team they played for the 2020-21 national championship trophy. Read moreNorthwest men's basketball heads to St. Joseph for Hillyard Tipoff Classic

  • Updated
  • 0

Naomi Tellez walks into her office on the third floor of the Lamkin Activity Center on Northwest's campus. From her base of operations as the softball coach, she has a perfect view to the outside that has become victim to the cooling temperatures. Read moreWomen in Northwest Athletics speak on importance of Title IX, equal representation

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

The Northwest football offense was looking for a spark after the first half against Missouri Southern ended with the Bearcats narrowly ahead 7-5 and having totaled a mere 106 offensive yards. Read moreSenior Day, final home game of regular season brings win over Missouri Southern for Northwest football

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

Maryville football senior running back Drew Burns ran his route and got near the Spoofhounds sideline as junior quarterback Derek Quinlin threw him the ball. Burns made a sliding catch, hitting a patch of water on the field, formed from the downpour over the course of the day. Read moreMaryville football advances to district title game for 10th consecutive season

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

The walls of Bearcat Arena echoed with cheers. The Northwest fans — decked out in green and white — were brought to their feet as history was about to be made right in front of them. Read moreSenior Night win gives Northwest volleyball its first ever outright MIAA regular season title

  • Updated
  • 0

WARRENSBURG, Mo. — For the second time in as many seasons, Northwest soccer's journey toward an MIAA Tournament title was cut short in the semifinal round at the hands of the No. 2 seed in the tournament Emporia State. Read moreNorthwest soccer's MIAA Tournament run cut short in semifinals by Emporia State

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest volleyball coach Amy Woerth stood on the east sideline of Bearcat Arena watching her team rally against Central Oklahoma, knowing the Bearcats needed just one more point to win a share of the MIAA regular season title and make history. Read moreNorthwest volleyball claims MIAA regular season title for the first time in program history

  • Updated
  • 0

A second half turnaround on offense in the conference quarterfinal round helped advance Northwest soccer to the semifinals. Bearcat sophomore midfielder Hannah Stirling began the turnaround on offense scoring her sixth goal of the season less than a minute into the second half. Read moreNorthwest soccer secures back-to-back MIAA semifinals game for the first time in program history

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

When Northwest men’s basketball takes the floor Nov. 5 inside George W. Jenkins Field House to take on West Texas A&M for the first time since the 2020-21 Division II Championship, it will be 223 days since the Bearcats made history. Read moreNorthwest men's basketball opens season with opponents from 2021 championship run

  • Updated
  • 0

Coming off the bye week Maryville football will play St. Pius X in the second round of the Class 3 District 8 Tournament. This game has big stakes on the line as the winner of this game will advance to the district tournament championship. Read more'I call it excitement. I call it energy': Maryville football set for rematch with St. Pius X in second round of districts

  • Updated
  • 0

With only two matches left in the regular season, No. 10 Northwest volleyball is in first place in the MIAA. If the Bearcats win over No. 21 Central Oklahoma, the Bearcats will secure at least a share of the MIAA title for the first time in program history. Read moreNorthwest volleyball has chance to make history against Newman

  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest volleyball sophomore middle hitter Abby Brunssen recorded 11 kills against Nebraska-Kearney Oct. 29. This includes two set-winning kills against the Lopers. Those 11 kills put Brunssen over the 300 career-kill mark, at 307. Read moreNorthwest volleyball defeats Nebraska-Kearney to take over first place in the MIAA

  • Updated
  • 0

Maryville football clinched the first seed in its district for the ninth time since coach Matt Webb took over the program in 2012. The No. 1 seed secures Maryville home-field advantage throughout the Missouri Class 3 District 8 Tournament. Read moreMaryville football gets week off after securing top seed in district bracket

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

Maryville volleyball lost its final match of the season in the Class 3 District 16 Championship game to Midland Empire Conference foe Benton. The Spoofhounds (19-16-2) lost their final volleyball match of the season in a 3-1 defeat to the Benton Cardinals (24-9-1) Oct. 24. Read moreSeason ends in district tournament for Maryville volleyball

featured
  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest soccer led 1-0 against conference foe Missouri Western Oct. 23 with 3:32 remaining in the match. With the clock ticking down, Griffons’ senior forward Kaili Campbell made one last attempt to tie the game and send the conference clash into overtime. Read moreNorthwest soccer to host MIAA Tournament match against Washburn

  • Updated
  • 0

Northwest volleyball has hit its stride with a seven-match win streak dating back to the Bearcats' match against Newman Oct. 8 in Wichita, Kansas. During this stretch, the ’Cats have defeated two top-25 teams — then-No. 25 Central Missouri Oct. 11 and then-No. 10 Washburn Oct. 14 — in Bearca… Read moreShowdowns with Fort Hays State, ranked Nebraska-Kearney next on slate for Northwest volleyball

  • Updated
  • 0

It was a cold, windy afternoon, as one should expect this time of year approaching the end of October, but who really knows anymore? It was 40 degrees one week, 80 degrees the next, 40 degrees again after that and now expected to get back up to 80 again. Read moreOpinion | It continues to be a great semester for Northwest athletics

Multimedia

  • Updated

Northwest volleyball was attempting to make more history this season, searching for the No. 12 Bearcats’ first-ever NCAA Tournament victory Nov. 18 in Wayne, Nebraska, but was denied by No. 8 St. Cloud State 3-1 in the first round of Central Region play.

  • Updated

The Missourian was recently contacted by the parent of a Maryville High School athlete to inform us the athlete's quotes in a story about the soccer team were not his. Following an investigation by members on the Editorial Board, we have determined that the reporter, Mason Hyskell, has falsi…

  • Updated

Northwest women’s basketball started its season off undefeated, going 2-0 at the University of Nebraska-Kearney Tournament Nov. 11-12. Now, the team looks ahead to the Fort Hays State Tournament, where the Bearcats will be facing Colorado Mesa Nov. 18 and Minnesota State-Mankato Nov. 19.

  • Updated

Northwest volleyball is going ‘dancing,’ as the Bearcats are the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Division II Central Region. This is the second consecutive time the ’Cats have made the NCAA Tournament and the third time overall.

  • Updated

Northwest soccer came up short in the cold against Minnesota State-Mankato in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Nov. 11. After being tied 1-1 at the end of regulation and both overtimes, the Bearcats lost 3-1 in penalty kicks.