SIOUX CITY — Right after Morningside football coach Steve Ryan broke the post-scrimmage huddle Saturday at Elwood Olsen Stadium, an unexpected video started playing on the scoreboard.
One of the fun activities that the Morningside football team did on Saturday was have its linemen play dodgeball.
After a long wait in the offseason, the Morningside University football team on Saturday received its national championship rings from the 2021 season.
The Morningside University women's basketball team defeated the University of Saint Francis 85-72 on Saturday to advance to the NAIA Round of 16 later this week in Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY -- Saturday afternoon at Allee Gymnasium on the Morningside University campus was one for the fans.
Morningside's "Champions Day" event for Saturday is meant to recognize the football team's success and honor President John Reynders' induction into the NAIA Hall of Fame for Meritorious Service.
Morningside's Will Pottebaum makes a half-court buzzer-beater Wednesday to end the first half against Northwestern.
The Red Raiders return to Sioux City to face Morningside, who isn’t afraid to shoot the ball from anywhere on the floor.
The Mustangs won their eighth game of the season, beating Waldorf 89-73 at Newman Flanagan Center as part of the Briar Cliff Holiday Classic.
Morningside held Grand View to five first-quarter points, and that defensive stand allowed the Mustangs to beat the Vikings 79-66 on Tuesday at the Briar Cliff Holiday Classic held at the Newman Flanagan Center.
Anthony Sims, who was injured last month in Morningside’s postseason opener against Ottawa University took the ball 28 times against the Grand View Vikings and rushed for three touchdowns and 161 total yards in the national championship.
The Morningside University football team returns home from its NAIA national title win against Grand View.
At the biggest moment of the season, Morningside fifth-year Reid Jurgensmeier made the play of the year.
There were at least 10 official watch parties for the Morningside Mustangs as well as gatherings at restaurants in five other states.
Replay the week that was with clips of the Morningside Mustangs heading to the NAIA championship, the brand new "Shack" offering its take on sliders and a behind-the-scenes look at rehearsals for a brand new "Nutcracker" in Sioux City.
SIOUX CITY — When Tyler Wingert got off the plane Tuesday in Durham, North Carolina, the moment finally hit him.
The Playbook Pundits - AKA Sioux City Journal sports editors Zach James and Shane Lantz - offer their take on the upcoming NAIA football championship between Morningside University and Grand View University.
Morningside University's senior RB looks to return to the field this weekend for the national title game between the Mustangs and Grand View, nearly a month after he left the teams’ playoff opener against Ottawa (Ariz.) with a leg injury.
On Thursday morning, the Morningside University football team got a piece of welcome news, when the Mustangs’ senior quarterback Joe Dolincheck was announced as the NAIA Football Player of the Year.
Garrett Arbuckle, Morningside student body president, talks about the mood on the campus of the Sioux City university as the team departs for Durham, North Carolina, to compete in the NAIA national championship football game on Saturday against Grand View University.
ORANGE CITY, Iowa — As expected, two of the best teams in NAIA football put on quite a show here Saturday.
SIOUX CITY — For the second straight year, the Morningside University football team needed an interception to hold off the Dordt Defenders.
Morningside University defeated Dordt University 34-28.
SIOUX CITY — Steve Ryan remembers how last year’s football game went against Dordt University.