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Following a banner performance at this year’s NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships, Morningside College hopes for another strong showing at this week’s NAIA Outdoor Track & Field National Championships set for Thursday through Saturday at Indiana Wesleyan University Track in Marion, Ind.
Morningside athletes earned NAIA All-America honors in seven events, based on top eight finishes, at this year’s NAIA Indoor Championships in Geneva, Ohio. The Mustangs’ headliners were Monte Larsen, who was the NAIA National Champion in the men’s 800-meters, along with their men’s and women’s 3200-meter relay teams, which also won NAIA national titles.
The Mustangs will have their championship relay teams intact in Marion with hopes of doubling up on their indoor titles. Larsen, a graduate student from Neola, Iowa, hopes to contend for national championships in the 800-meters and the 400-meter hurdles and will go into the competition as the national leader in both events. He doubled in both events at this year’s Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Outdoor Championships.
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Morningside College’s women’s basketball team will host a four-person scramble golf tournament on Friday, August 16, at Whispering Creek Golf Club.
Entry fee is $60 per person or $240 per team and includes 18 hole green fees, cart, food, and prizes. Tee-off time is noon with a shotgun start.
To register, contact Morningside women’s basketball assistant coach Jill Bodammer at (712) 274-5286 or by e-mail at email@example.com.
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Brandon Thompson has been named a third-team NAIA Men’s Golf All-American as selected by the NAIA Men’s Golf Coaches Association All-America Committee.
Thompson, a sophomore from Totland, Isle of Wight, England, earned third-team NAIA All-America laurels for the second year in a row. Thompson finished the 2012-13 season with a scoring average of 73.2 strokes per 18 holes to finish just shy of his school-record scoring average record of 72.9 he set last year. He led the Mustangs with a 72.5-stroke scoring average in the fall season and a 73.8-stroke average in the spring campaign. His low score in the fall was a two-under par 69 at the Grand View University Viking Classic and his top score in the spring was a one-under par 71 at the Morningside Invitational.
He finished third in the combined individual scoring at this year’s four Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Qualifier tournaments with a five-over par 290 to earn All-GPAC honors for the second year in a row.
Thompson, the 2012 GPAC Men’s Golfer of the Year, has been a medalist a school-record six times during his Morningside career. All six medalist performances came when he was a freshman.
Thompson is the only two-time NAIA golf All-American in Morningside history.
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Emma Remy, a junior pitcher from Urbandale, Iowa, has been named to the third team of the 2013 Capital One College Division Academic All-America Softball Team as selected by College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
Remy has a perfect 4.00 cumulative grade point average (GPA) with majors in political science and business administration.
Remy had a 13-5 record and led the Mustangs with a 2.31 earned run average this past season to help lead the team to a 31-16 record and a fifth consecutive appearance in the NAIA Softball National Championship tournament. She completed 15 of her 20 starts, pitched two shutouts, and allowed 121 hits to go along with 28 walks and 60 strikeouts in 124 innings pitched.
Athletes must be of at least sophomore academic status, be a starter or significant reserve, and have a cumulative GPA of 3.30 or higher to be eligible for Capital One Academic honors.
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Morningside College placed 10 players on the 2013 All-Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) Men’s and Women’s tennis teams as selected by the league’s head coaches.
Austin Grundy, a junior from Sioux City, and Reid Rosen, a senior from Fairmont, Minn., were named to the All-GPAC Men’s Tennis Team at No. 1 Singles and No. 2 Singles, respectively. They were both repeat selections from last year’s All-GPAC team. Rosen earned All-GPAC honors in singles for the fourth year in a row, while Grundy achieved the feat for the third consecutive season.
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Morningside won the 2012-13 Great Plains Athletic Conference (GPAC) All-Sports Trophy to win the award for the second year in a row.
Morningside won this year’s all-sports trophy with a total of 166 points for an 18-point margin over runner-up Doane College. The Mustangs had 159 points when they edged Doane by eight points to win the 2011-12 GPAC All-Sports Trophy.
It was a clean sweep for the Mustangs, who led all schools with 91 points in the men’s sports and 75 points in the women’s sports.
Morningside won regular season GPAC championships this past year in football, women’s basketball, and wrestling and was the league runner-up in men’s cross country, men’s golf, men’s indoor track & field, softball, and women’s tennis.
The Mustangs claimed the all-sports trophy for the fourth time in the last seven years. Morningside also captured the GPAC All-Sports Trophy in 2006-07 and 2007-08 and was the runner-up in 2008-09.
Click here for the complete 2012-13 GPAC All-Sports Trophy point totals.
Morningside football games and the majority of Morningside men's and women's basketball games are broadcast on Clear Channel Radio/KWSL 1470 AM.
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Morningside home football and basketball games are also broadcast live by the college's campus radio station KMSC 92.9 FM. In addition, a live video stream is available for Morningside home football and men's and women's home basketball games.
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Morningside offers live stats for home football, volleyball, men's and women's basketball, and baseball home games.
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