A new regional team index for the 2010 indoor season ranks the Bears 14th in the Women's Midwest Region, the U.S.T.F.C.C.C.A. announced Tuesday. The Bears' region comprises 31 teams.
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With the first day of the Indiana Relays in the books, the Bears boast one event win as well as several personal bests. Mareneika Goffe continued her stellar 2010 indoor season with her third-straight high jump win.
The track and field Bears hope to beat the Springfield snow, and the competition, as they travel east to Bloomington, Ind., for the Indiana Relays and its talented field. The meet will feature 22 schools.
Sophomores Terry Phillips and Jodiann Walker led a balanced team performance as the Bears dominated the EIU Mega Meet with nine wins and 25 top-five finishes in only 15 events.
The track and field Bears head to Charleston, Ill., and Eastern Illinois University for the EIU Mega Meet, Saturday, Jan. 23. The Bears look to build on their impressive showing at the Missouri Invitational.
The Missouri State track and field squad wrapped up its first competition of the 2010 season, as it took home 11 top-five finishes at the Missouri Invitational. The field group paced the Bears, with Mareneika Goffe taking the high jump.
The track and field team begins its 2010 indoor season this Friday, Jan. 8, as it travels to Columbia, Mo., and the Hearnes Center Fieldhouse for the 24th annual Missouri Invitational.
Track and field will rely on seven returning All-MVC performers to combat a young roster as they gear up for the 2010 indoor and outdoor seasons and attempt to add to head coach Ronald Boyce's eight MVC titles.
The 2009 Missouri State Cross Country team competed strongly with a roster full of newcomers and low on seniors. The Bears competed in six competitions all season, finishing outside of the top ten only once.
Missouri State finished 12th out of the 22 teams that competed, and sophomore Terry Phillips was the top finisher for the Bears, coming in at 18th overall with a time of 21:24.60, a new personal best for her in the 6K.
Missouri State University and Springfield, Mo., are excited to serve as the host of the 2009 NCAA Midwest Region Cross Country Championship on November 14.
On Saturday, Nov. 14, Missouri State will host the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional for Cross Country. The regional will feature some of the top running talents from across the Midwest.
On Saturday, November 14, Missouri State will host the 2009 NCAA Midwest Regional for Cross Country. The regional will feature some of the top running talents from across the Midwest.
In an effort to honor model student-athletes, the Missouri Valley Conference has created the MVC State Farm Good Neighbor Award. Terry Phillips was one of ten student-athletes named as the honorees for this fall.
Sophomore Terry Phillips has been selected the Prairie Farms/Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Week, Commissioner Doug Elgin announced today.
sophomore standout Terry Phillips (Kansas City, Mo.) finished ahead of all runners in the field to take home her first individual conference championship.
The Missouri State Cross Country team will head to Peoria, Ill. on Oct. 31 to participate in the 2009 Missouri Valley Conference Cross Country Championship.
Sophomore Terry Phillips (Kansas City, Mo.) has won the Missouri Valley Conference Cross Country Athlete of the Week for the week of Oct. 12. This is the second time that Phillips has won the award this season.
Missouri State Cross Country, Bass Pro Shops and Springfield-Greene County Parks through the SPARC program are again proud to partner in an effort to promote cross country to area youth.
Missouri State Cross Country finished eighth overall in a field of 34 at the 2009 Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark. Sophomore Terry Phillips (Kansas City, Mo.) was the top Bear finisher with a time of 21:26.09, good enough for 12th place individually.
Missouri State Cross Country will take part in one of the premier running events in America, the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, Ark. The field will feature 37 teams from across the Midwest, including nationally-ranked; Baylor (12th), Texas Tech (20th) and SMU (26th).
The 2010 Missouri State track and field schedule has been finalized, comprising 8 indoor and 11 outdoor meets. The schedule features races at the prestigious Drake Relays and Arkansas Razorback Invitational.
The bids are in, and replacing the lights at Plaster Sports Complex will cost $492,000. Therefore, given the University's budget situation, the project is being delayed ...
Terry Phillips of Missouri State University has been selected the Prairie Farms/Missouri Valley Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Week, Commissioner Doug Elgin announced today.
The Bears left Loyola University with a second-place finish in the Sean Earl Lakefront Invitational. Leading the way was sophomore Terry Phillips, who won the competition with a time of 17:40.0, which also marks a personal best for Phillips.
Sophomore Terry Phillips has been named the cross country athlete of the week by the Missouri Valley Conference. Phillips ran in the Missouri State Classic on September 19, 2009 with a time of 17:36.00.
The Bears finished fourth as a team and Terry Phillips finished fifth overall as the Bears complete the Missouri State Classic, presented by the Springfield Sports Commission.
The Bears will be hosting some of the top cross country athletes in the country in the Missouri State Classic, presented by the Springfield Sports Commission.
The Bears ran their first meet of the 2009 season, competing with Southwest Baptist University at the Frisco Trail. Team scores were not kept for the event, but many Bear athletes turned in very impressive times.
The Missouri Valley Conference released its 2009 cross country preseason coaches poll today. The Bears were picked to finish third in the poll behind Illinois State and conference favorite Wichita State.
Missouri State head cross country coach Greg Hipp today announced his squad's 2009 fall schedule. Last season, the Bears finished second at the MVC Championship and had three runners on the All-MVC team.
The U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic teams were announced today. The Bears, with a cumulative GPA of 3.100
Asher Kyger, Yaneika Malcolm and Terry Phillips were the three Missouri State track and field athletes to be named to the U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Academic team.