For the fourth straight year and seventh time in the last eight years, the Maryville University women’s basketball team has been named to the WBCA’s Top 25 Team Honor Roll, the national office has announced. The Saints placed ninth with their team GPA of 3.552. Maryville was one of four Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC)… Continue Reading
St. Louis-area native Marcus Manning has been named director of athletics, effective July 11. Previously, Manning worked as director of membership and legislative services at the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA).
“I am extremely humbled and honored to be the next director of athletics at Maryville University,” Manning said. “I look forward to working at one of the great universities in the Midwest, building upon the established the Saints athletics program and returning home to the St. Louis area.”
Christine Phillips has been named the new head volleyball coach at Maryville University, according to Nina Caldwell, PhD, vice president for student life and dean of students.
As the school year draws to an end, the desire to find ways to keep children active throughout the summer begins. As you explore options, consider Maryville’s Basketball Day Camp, July 18-22, 2011, held on campus. Maryville employees receive a $25 discount. The camp is designed for boys and girls ages 8-15 years old. The… Continue Reading
Abby Duethman continues to establish herself on the roster of all-time leaders in Maryville women’s basketball.
The seniors from Maryville’s baseball team had a very special opportunity recently to talk with Cal Ripken, Jr. in a brief interview and then have a photo taken. Ripken, who holds the Major League Baseball all-time record for most consecutive games played (2,131) and earned the nickname “Iron Man” was on campus for a baseball… Continue Reading
Women’s basketball player, sophomore Abby Duethman (Kansas City, Mo.), was named Third-team All-Conference the GLVC (Great Lakes Valley Conference).
The Maryville University men’s basketball team closed its 2010-11 campaign with an overtime win over non-conference opponent, Lindenwood-Belleville, 80-77, Saturday afternoon. This marked the second time in program history Maryville took consecutive games to overtime. Sophomore Mike Ford (Lenexa, Kan.) led the Saints with his 20 points, just one shy of his career-high. Classmates Ryan… Continue Reading
Baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. will visit the campus of Maryville University on Saturday, Feb. 19, to conduct an instructional clinic for baseball coaches in University Auditorium. Ripken, who holds the major league record for consecutive games played, operates Ripken Baseball Camps, providing baseball instruction for coaches and players nationwide. The clinic is by paid… Continue Reading
The Maryville University men’s basketball team (6-15 overall, 3-11 GLVC) defeated Great Lakes Valley Conference (GLVC) opponent, Kentucky Wesleyan (15-6, 8-6) 69-54 Sunday. With the win, the Saints have doubled their total season wins from a year ago. The Saints shot 29.2% from the field in the first half and improved to 63.0% in the… Continue Reading