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ALUMNI: 2015 Update - Joel Henning is our new Alumni Association President! Cole Dimond is the Vice President, Pat Sammons is the Secretary, and Mitch Tusing is the treasurer. Joel says they are off to a great start and have planned Alumni Weekend for October 3-4, 2015 with a football tailgate on Saturday and an alumni game on Sunday. They are trying to get ahold of all the old alumni by pulling rosters together from past years so they can contact all alums. Please try to make it that weekend. Don’t worry if you don’t wish to play, just come and enjoy the story telling, embellishments and refreshments. Bring the whole family! A new monthly ALumni Newsletter is in the works and we’ll let you know more about it later!
2015 Spring Games
Miami 7-3 (L)
Illinois State 6-5 (L)
Ole Miss 8-5 (W)
Louisiana 9-6 (L)
Miami 11-6 (L)
Houston 9-5 (L)
Nebraska 7-6 (L)
Arkansas 17-3 (W)
Missouri State 5-3 (W)
Kansas 12-6 (W)
Iowa State 7-6 (W)
Kansas State 20-3 (W)
Iowa 10-8 (L)
Illinois 9-8 (L) – (GRLC Playoffs)
From below freezing temperatures and snow to sunny skies, the Mizzou Men’s Lacrosse Club played in all conditions. The team travel schedule included games in Iowa, Nebraska and a tournament in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The Tigers finished the 2015 season strong, going to the GRLC Conference Championships in St. Louis. The game against Illinois went into overtime, with the Tigers narrowly missing advancement.
All photos thanks to Katheryn Biek
Two Columbia television stations featured the Mizzou Men’s Lacrosse Team’s annual Border War against the University of Kansas Jayhawks. Mizzou won the game 12-6.
Local NBC affiliate KOMU-8 featured the team’s preparation for the game, showcasing the coveted Border War trophy:
MU’s student television station, MUTV, attended the game and featured the team’s win over Kansas:
With the win, the Tigers maintain possession of the Civil War sword until the next meeting with Kansas.