Tag Archives: NAIA

Cougars fall in NAIA opening round

The Cougar baseball team made it to the NAIA National Championship Opening round for the second straight year, but sadly with the same results as last year, they were eliminated early into the tournament.
By Heather Knobeloch

Cougars winding down stellar season

The Cougars ended a great baseball season at Malone on April 30 and are now looking ahead to the postseason.
By Wade Foley

Lady Cougars fall in AMC semifinals

The Lady Cougars entered the American Mideast Conference basketball tournament with a lot of momentum after defeating Malone on senior night and posting a 20-7 record for the season.

Lauren Johnson’s run comes to season’s end

Lauren Johnson’s time is coming to an end on the basketball court at MVNU, but she is ready to finish strongly.

Lady Cougars earn what they work for

When the MVNU women’s basketball team started the season, it was early September with drills and hopes to head to the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Tournament.

Mount Vernon Nazarene University Cougars to change conferences

Recently, four universities have left the American Mideast Conference, which has caused the AMC to diminish drastically.

Since the conference will most likely cease to exist in the near future, MVNU has decided to leave the AMC and become a member of the Mid-Central Conference.

The Cougars fight for a place in the NAIA

The Cougars have had a good men’s soccer season, decorated with wins and losses. Although the momentum has been a little slow, it has picked up with the last five wins.

Short plans to enjoy time left on court with friends

Orrville, Ohio, is significant for three reasons.

The most important is that Brandon Short is from Orrville.

The second is that the Smucker’s jelly company has its headquarters there.

Bring on conference play– Men’s soccer keeps winning and learning, looking to repeat top performances

By Brandon Wengerd Staff Writer Mount Vernon Nazarene University men’s soccer team might have lost to the NAIA division’s second-ranked team in the nation, Rio Grande University, Ohio, but there…