DUBUQUE, Iowa -- Junior Jenna Higgins bettered her own school record and became Mount Mercy's second potential national qualifier and the Mustang track & field teams crowned four champions at Saturday's Sol Butler Open at the University of Dubuque.
Mount Mercy University hosted a celebration ceremony in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on Monday, January 16. In his welcoming address, President Christopher Blake said it was not a coincidence this special event was being held at an institute of higher education, noting that King was an educated man, inspiring him to lead a movement for equal rights that would change the world.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Mount Mercy engineered a comeback win on Saturday, rebounding from a seven-point halftime deficit, then holding on late for an 84-82 victory over AIB in Midwest Collegiate Conference men's basketball at AIB Activities Center.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- A big day by sophomore forward Amanda Frost helped ninth-ranked Mount Mercy overcome 25 turnovers to get its 10th win in a row, a 59-49 victory over AIB, in a Midwest Collegiate Conference contest on Saturday at AIB Activities Center.
Mount Mercy University's Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Duff Ridgeway has been elected to the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) District VI Board of Directors for 2012-2015.
Mount Mercy University's Winter Term (J-Term) course "British Literature and Culture" will journey to England January 12 – 21 during a unique study abroad trip to absorb more fully the major works of British literature while also experiencing the art, history and cityscapes that produced them.
DAVENPORT, Iowa -- For the first time in a month, the Mount Mercy men's basketball team was at full strength for Wednesday's Midwest Collegiate Conference matchup at St. Ambrose. With a full arsenal, the Mustangs blew away the 25th-ranked Bees in the second half of an 82-69 victory at Lee Lohman Arena.
DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Mount Mercy opened up an 18-point halftime lead and extended its winning streak to nine games with an 80-67 victory over St. Ambrose in a Midwest Collegiate Conference women's basketball game on Wednesday at Lee Lohman Arena.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Mount Mercy has cracked the top 10 in the national rankings for the first time since 1995, coming in at No. 9 in this week's NAIA Division II Women's Basketball Coaches' Top 25 Poll, the national office announced today.
FOREST CITY, Iowa -- After trailing Waldorf by as many as 16 points, Mount Mercy had a chance to win at the end of regulation, but a 3-pointer was off the mark and the 16th-ranked Mustang men's basketball team dropped its third straight game, 58-56, on Saturday at Hanson Fieldhouse.
FOREST CITY, Iowa -- The Mount Mercy women's basketball team trailed by a point five minutes into the game, but a 14-0 run over the next three minutes put the 11th-ranked Mustangs ahead for good as they cruised to an 83-58 victory over Waldorf in Midwest Collegiate Conference play on Saturday at Hanson Fieldhouse.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- A huge free throw advantage and domination on the glass led to Mount Mercy's downfall on Wednesday night as Ashford defeated the 16th-ranked Mustangs, 70-50, in a Midwest Collegiate Conference men's basketball game at Hennessey Recreation Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- It didn't go quite as expected, but the 11th-ranked Mount Mercy women's basketball team was able to pick up its seventh straight win, defeating Ashford, 74-63, in Midwest Collegiate Conference play on Wednesday at Hennessey Recreation Center.
Mount Mercy art students will showcase their creative work alongside art students from Cornell College during the Marion Arts Council exhibit, "Collaboration: Work by Student Artists at Mount Mercy University and Cornell College."
Mount Mercy's student body has elected new Student Government Officials for the 2012 year.
The executive team of the Student Government Association (SGA) includes:
Bruce Payne, President
Olivia Mehring, Vice President
Stephanie Russell, Secretary
Ben Wood, Treasurer