Category Archives: Sports

Nationally ranked Lady Cougars continue to roll

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The Lady Cougars are off to a great start heading into the heart of their Crossroads League play.

Cougars snap win streak but continue to play strong

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The MVNU men’s soccer team has opened up conference play with two wins and a draw.

Cougar Crazies are making a difference at home

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The Cougar Crazies are back and better than ever.

Senior Tim O’Leary, the SGA events chairperson, is heading up the Cougar Crazies this year. O’Leary says he is working on a variety of projects to involve the student body more in MVNU athletics.

Cross country teams prepare for Crossroads League championship

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

The MVNU Men’s Cross Country team recently finished 25th at the All-Ohio Collegiate Championships hosted by Cedarville University at the Elvin R. King Cross Country Course last week. Meanwhile, the Lady Cougars finished 33rd out of 42 teams.

MVNU golf coach resigns midseason; Cougars wrap up fall play

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

MVNU head golf coach Mike O’Hara is stepping down this fall after a decade as the MVNU golf coach.

New coach means new style of play for Cougars

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

MVNU’s new basketball coach is promising a new “relentless” approach to Cougar basketball when the season begins in just over two weeks.

MVNU departs NCCAA for 2014-15

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

Starting with the 2014 fall sports season, MVNU’s athletic programs will no longer be members of the National Christian Collegiate Athletic Association (NCCAA).

Lady Cougars battle through tough Crossroads

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

At 14-6, the MVNU volleyball team is fighting for a spot near the top of the Crossroads League standings.

New recreational sensation emerges in Central Ohio

Josh Sturm – Sports Editor

Have you ever wanted to play soccer and golf at the same time? Probably not, but now you can.

MVNU Cross Country gets running

Drew Chaltry – Managing Editor

The MVNU cross country teams began their season just across town at Kenyon College in an unscored race which saw four members of the men’s team and one from the women’s squad finish in the top 10.