KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mount Mercy won two of three games last week and maintained the 15th spot in this week's NAIA Division II Women's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll, released last night by the national office.
LA CROSSE, Wis. -- Led by freshmen Audrey Manternach and Dylan Walters, the Mount Mercy women's bowling team finished fourth and the men ninth at the V-Hawk Invitational hosted by Viterbo (Wis.) over the weekend at Pla Mor Lanes.
OSKALOOSA, Iowa -- Mount Mercy rallied late in each half, but when it was all over, Taylor Stoutner and William Penn held on for a 91-85 victory over the 25th-ranked Mustangs in a critical Midwest Collegiate Conference men's basketball showdown on Saturday at the Penn Gymnasium.
OSKALOOSA, Iowa -- Although it was their lowest point total in a victory this year, it was still another road win for the 15th-ranked Mount Mercy women's basketball team Saturday. The Mustangs overcame a nine-point halftime deficit to beat William Penn, 55-49, in Midwest Collegiate Conference play at the Penn Gym.
Mount Mercy students in the J-Term course Oral Interpretation gave theatrical performances ranging from humorous to philosophical during their final presentation on January 25. Performances included storytelling, prose, literary program, and readers' theatre.
Mount Mercy’s Acting Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Melody Graham and Interim Assistant Provost/Dean of Adult Programs Tom Castle were invited to serve as guest panelists during Congressman Bruce Braley’s forum on the state of higher education in America.
DUBUQUE, Iowa -- After a lackluster first half, 25th-ranked Mount Mercy shot 58.3 percent from the field and made 20-of-21 free throws in the second period to defeat Clarke, 81-74, in a Midwest Collegiate Conference men's basketball game on Thursday at the Kehl Center.
DUBUQUE, Iowa -- Maybe the Mount Mercy women's basketball team needed to get back on the road. Or maybe they just like wearing their blue road uniforms. Whatever the reason, the 15th-ranked Mustangs snapped out of a three-game offensive slump and pounded Clarke, 86-68, in a Midwest Collegiate Conference matchup on Wednesday at the Kehl Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Mount Mercy junior Larissa Wilden reached an NAIA qualifying mark in the high jump at the Cornell Invitational on Saturday in Mount Vernon and was named the Midwest Collegiate Conference Women's Field Athlete of the Week for Jan. 23.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Mount Mercy re-entered the national rankings on Monday, but that didn't matter to Grand View, which overcame a four-point halftime deficit to beat the Mustangs, 64-61, in a Midwest Collegiate Conference matchup at Hennessey Recreation Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Mount Mercy grabbed a six-point halftime lead, but went cold from the field after the break and dropped its third straight Midwest Collegiate Conference game, 65-61, to Grand View on Monday at Hennessey Recreation Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- After a three-game losing streak that included a pair of league losses, the Mount Mercy men's basketball team has won four straight to move back within a game of first place in the Midwest Collegiate Conference.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Mount Mercy's home court funk continued on Saturday as Viterbo (Wis.) handed the eighth-ranked Mustangs their second straight Midwest Collegiate Conference defeat, 54-51, in another low-scoring women's basketball game at Hennessey Recreation Center.
As Iowa gears up to participate in the Healthiest State Initiative and earn Cedar Rapids a placement in the Blue Zone Project, Mount Mercy is raising the level of awareness and campus support to help organizers reach their goal of becoming the healthiest state in the country by 2016.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Senior forward Sam Kenyi had a game-high 20 points and 15 rebounds, leading the Mount Mercy men's basketball team to its third straight win, a 73-65 victory over Iowa Wesleyan in Midwest Collegiate Conference action on Wednesday at Hennessey Recreation Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Iowa Wesleyan put the clamps on a high-scoring Mount Mercy offense and handed the Mustangs their first league loss, 67-51, in Midwest Collegiate Conference women's basketball on Wednesday at Hennessey Recreation Center.
Mount Mercy University welcomed two new members to its Board of Trustees this past fall, Dawn M. Bazarko and Ronald J. Herold. Both bring dynamic professional credentials and leadership experience to the Board.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Mount Mercy women's basketball team continued its climb in the national rankings while the Mustang men made a return appearance in this week's poll, which were released on Monday by the NAIA.