Sixty-nine student-athletes highlight more than 1,500 who earned selection to the 2014-15 Missouri Valley Conference Honor Roll, as announced by the league office. Those 69 student-athletes earned the league’s highest academic achievement by capturing the Missouri Valley Conference President’s Council Academic Excellence Award.
Kalyn Harker of Southern Illinois University and Alen Salibasic of Drake University have been selected as the female and male recipients, respectively, of the Missouri Valley Conference’s Dr. Charlotte West Scholar-Athlete Award, Valley Commissioner Doug Elgin has announced.
Brooke Brown of UNI (women's basketball); Kalyn Harker of Southern Illinois (softball); Brogan Austin of Drake (cross country, track & field); and Nick Schroeder of Evansville (men's soccer) have been named 2015 Missouri Valley Conference postgraduate scholarship winners.
Commissioner Doug Elgin has announced a list of dates and sites for the various Missouri Valley Conference sports championships for the 2015-16 athletic season. These site awards were approved by the league’s Joint Committee (faculty athletics representatives, directors of athletics and senior woman administrators of each institution) and are subject to ratification at the MVC Presidents’ Council meeting on June 7-8.
Southern Illinois senior outfielder Kalyn Harker earned first-team Academic All-America honors from the College Sports Information Directors of America, the organization announced Friday. Harker led SIU with a .361 batting average and maintained a perfect 4.0 cumulative GPA throughout her collegiate career.
Sixteen conference softball student-athletes have been named to the 2015 MVC Scholar-Athlete first team, including six repeat selections, as voted on by the league's softball sports information directors and announced by the Missouri Valley Conference office today.
Wichita State is the 2014-15 Missouri Valley Conference All-Sports Champion. It marks the third-straight season the Shockers have claimed the league’s All-Sports crown. In addition, the title is the ninth in the past 12 years for Wichita State, which has a league best 21 all-time.
Junior pitcher Taylor Lockwood and senior pitcher Yvette Alvarez combined to throw 13 scoreless innings as the Indiana State softball team defeated Louisville 2-1 in extra innings to earn the program's first ever NCAA Tournament win before falling 2-0 to Kansas.