OSKALOOSA, Iowa -- Mount Mercy junior forward Amanda Frost and senior guard Brooke Quigley were among 20 student-athletes to receive Midwest Collegiate Conference women's basketball honors by a vote of league coaches.
The Mount Mercy Times recently featured an article about Mount Mercy's composting efforts in the cafeteria:
Mount Mercy University has been working to implement a sustainable methodology, which includes the Sustainability Mini-Grant Program as well as the Dining Services Compost Program.Mount Mercy Dining Services has recently embarked down the path of sustainability by beginning its compost material program. “We were approached over a year ago by a company known as GreenRU about the possibility of composting at MMU,” said director of dining services Zach Stenfeldt.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- This afternoon, Mount Mercy learned it would be playing in the national tournament. Tonight, the Mustangs found out who their opponent will be in the first round of the 22nd Annual NAIA Division II Men's Basketball National Championship in Point Lookout, Mo.
GENEVA, Ohio -- Four Mount Mercy track & field standouts, including three former all-Americans, headed to Ohio today ahead of the 33rd Annual NAIA Indoor Track & Field National Championships, which get underway on Thursday at the Spire Institute.
Mount Mercy University is celebrating Student Engagement & Philanthropy Week. The university will join more than 375 other educational institutions for its first Student Engagement and Philanthropy Day Thursday, February 28. On this day students across the world participate in activities that demonstrate gratitude for donors, faculty and staff, as well as create a stronger community on campus.
OSKALOOSA, Iowa -- Three was the number of the night in the Midwest Collegiate Conference championship game. Unfortunately, that wasn't good news for second-seeded Mount Mercy, which fell to top-seeded William Penn for the third time this season, 104-81, in a top-10 men's basketball match up at Penn Gymnasium.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- An eight-minute scoring drought to start the second half gave top-seeded Grand View some breathing room as the Vikings defeated fourth-seeded Mount Mercy, 70-62, in Sunday's Midwest Collegiate Conference Tournament semifinal at Sisam Arena.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- The top two seeds in the Midwest Collegiate Conference Men's Basketball Tournament will square off in the championship game on Sunday after second-seeded Mount Mercy held off sixth-seeded St. Ambrose, 84-77, in a semifinal on Friday at Hennessey Recreation Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Fourth-seeded Mount Mercy wasted no time getting after fifth-seeded Viterbo (Wis.) on Friday night, opening up a 48-18 halftime advantage as the Mustangs advanced to the semifinals of the Midwest Collegiate Conference Women's Basketball Tournament with a 76-53 victory over the V-Hawks at Hennessey Recreation Center.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa -- Second-seeded Mount Mercy shook off a slow start and routed seventh-seeded AIB, 96-53, in the quarterfinals of the Midwest Collegiate Conference Men's Basketball Tournament on Wednesday at Hennessey Recreation Center.
ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Mount Mercy men's and women's bowling teams are headed to Las Vegas next month for sectional qualifying for the 2013 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships, the United States Bowling Congress announced today.
Mount Mercy is pleased to welcome the members of our regional accreditation visiting team, who will be on campus Monday and Tuesday February 18-19. Regional accreditation is a cherished part of quality control in U.S. higher education. It provides a system of professional accountability that has long ensured educational strength in America's colleges. Members of the team include:
LA CROSSE,Wis. -- Seniors Lamar Wall, Rashad Carrington and Chad Underwood combined for 44 points as the 10th-ranked Mustangs ended the regular season with a 69-63 victory at Viterbo (Wis.) in Midwest Collegiate Conference men's basketball on Saturday at R.W.
LA CROSSE, Wis. -- Mount Mercy had its best shooting night of the season and clinched home court advantage in the first round of the Midwest Collegiate Conference Women's Basketball Tournament with a 71-56 defeat of Viterbo (Wis.) on Saturday at R.W. Beggs Senior Gymnasium.
Mount Mercy University has joined educators at 16 other colleges, 32 secondary schools and nine elementary schools sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy nationwide in signing on to a Sisters of Mercy leadership team statement, which emphasizes commitment to building a culture of nonviolence. This unified statement is a direct response to the tragic school shooting in Newtown, Conn., and the ongoing debate around the need for response to the issue of gun violence in the United States.
Lent begins on Wednesday, February 13th, and Mount Mercy invites all members of the Mount Mercy community to join us for Ash Wednesday and receive ashes as a sign of our devotion to God, God's grace, and a desire to turn from selfishness and individualism toward a culture of sharing and nourishing the common good.