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COLUMBUS, Miss. – This week marks the final week of The W’s regular fall season as the Owls women’s volleyball team is set to play in its final matches of the 2017 season. On Saturday, Nov. 4, the Owls will host a volleyball tri-match in which they will compete against Martin Methodist and Judson College.
.COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls men’s soccer team end the 2017 season on high note with a 5-1 victory over Oakwood University on Sunday, Oct. 29. Senior Jacob Johnson contributed 2 goals during Sunday’s match in his last game as a member of The W soccer team.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The Mississippi University for Women women’s volleyball team had little luck at the 2017 Blues City Invite at Rhodes College on Friday, Oct. 27 – Saturday, Oct. 28. After dropping game one of the tournament 3-1 against Louisiana College, day two was much of the same with a 3-0 loss versus Rhodes and a 3-0 loss against Fontbonne University.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Owls men’s soccer team is a very different team than the fresh faced team that took Sprint Mart Field in early September. After a full season of facing formidable opponents and going against some of the best teams in the region, the Owls showed that they could hang with the best of them when they took on Pensacola Christian College in one of the last matches of the season. The W played hard and push back against the Eagles offense showing how far the team has come since its inception. Despite the change, the Owls were unable to take the win falling 4-2 to Pensacola on Saturday, Oct. 28.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. – The Mississippi University for Women volleyball team drops its first match at the 2017 Blues Invite at Rhodes College on Friday, Oct. 27. In match one, the Owls competed well against Louisiana College but they were unable to outlast the Wildcats falling 3-1 (15-25, 23-25, 25-23, 16-25) after forcing a fourth set by winning the third.
Owls men's soccer inaugural season is coming to a close with just two more games left in the regular season. Head Coach Tim Gould and Jacob Johnson discuss the season and the future in a special edition of Owl Talk.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – The Mississippi University for Women volleyball team will be back on the road this weekend in its last road trip of the 2017 season. The Owls will travel to Memphis, Tenn. to participate in the 2017 Blues City Invite hosted by Rhodes College on Friday, Oct. 27 – Saturday, Oct. 28. There, the Owls (5-17) will go up against Louisiana College, Rhodes College, and Fontbonne University.
COLUMBUS, Miss. – For the last 11 years, Columbus First United Methodist Church has partnered with Rise Against Hunger, formerly known as Stop Hunger Now, to host food packing events to feed those in need all over the world.