OSKALOOSA, Iowa -- After leading the Mount Mercy women's basketball team to a split of two games at the Grand View Classic, senior guard Brooke Quigley has been named the Midwest Collegiate Conference Player of the Week for Nov. 5.
Mount Mercy University Professor of Sociology Mohammad Chaichian, Ph.D., will present a special faculty forum titled, "Revisiting the Berlin Wall" on Tuesday, November 27, at 7:00 p.m. in Basile Hall's Flaherty Community Room. The forum is free and open to the public; seating may be limited.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Second-seeded Mount Mercy scored early, then made that goal stand up despite playing a man down for the final 30 minutes of the match in Sunday's 1-0 victory over sixth-seeded William Penn in the semifinals of the Midwest Collegiate Conference Men's Soccer Tournament at Lower Kingston Field.
DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Mount Mercy wasn't about to go quietly in the Midwest Collegiate Conference Tournament. The sixth-seeded Mustangs took third-seeded St. Ambrose to the brink, but the Queen Bees pulled out a 25-20, 22-25, 25-23, 24-26, 15-13 victory in Saturday's quarterfinal match at Lee Lohman Arena.
LA CROSSE, Wis. -- Fourth-seeded Mount Mercy gave Viterbo (Wis.) all it could handle, but the top-seeded V-Hawks eliminated the Mustangs from the Midwest Collegiate Conference Women's Soccer Tournament with a 2-0 victory in Saturday's semifinal.
BETTENDORF, Iowa -- Mount Mercy junior Anne Bruno was named Harrier of the Year and the Mustangs were runner-up, just eight points back of St. Ambrose, at the 2012 Midwest Collegiate Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Crow Creek Park.
BETTENDORF, Iowa -- Mount Mercy came up just short in its bid for a third straight conference title, but placed five runners in the top 15 and will send three Mustangs to nationals after the 2012 Midwest Collegiate Conference Cross Country Championships on Saturday at Crow Creek Park.
Mount Mercy University announced plans for a new graduate center during a ceremonial groundbreaking on Friday, November 2. The Mount Mercy University CRST International Graduate Center will undergo renovations immediately for a grand opening planned for the fall of 2013.
The center was made possible thanks to a grant through the U.S. Department of Education and a $2.1 million dollar gift given to the university by Dyan and John Smith on behalf of CRST. The Smiths’ generous gift marks the largest single outright gift in Mount Mercy’s 85-year history.
Mount Mercy University will welcome President and CEO of Bankers Trust Mr. Suku Radia during the annual Barbara Knapp Endowed Business Lecture Series on Thursday, November 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the University Center Commons. The lecture is free and open to the public; seating may be limited.