Author: Muleskinner Staff

Update: Baseball set to finish regular season

One series remains in the regular season for Mules baseball (32-12, 22-8 MIAA) as the team carries a 6-game win streak and stretch of 11 wins in 12 games toward the postseason. The Mules completed a senior weekend sweep of Fort Hays State (3-37, 2-28 MIAA) in which they outscored the Tigers 48-5. The sweep… Read more »

Update: Mules remain in top 10

Central Missouri outdoor track and field remains in the top-10 in the latest U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association’s rankings that were released Tuesday morning. A week ago, the Mules were ranked No. 9 with 103.47-points. After a busy weekend at Drake Relays and the PSU Wendy’s Tune-Up, UCM now sits at… Read more »

Update: Eight Jennies make All-MIAA team

The MIAA announced the 2019 All-MIAA softball awards Wednesday ahead of the beginning of the conference’s tournament. Eight different Jennies made this year’s team as UCM went 33-19 in the regular season to earn the No. 4 seed in the upcoming tournament. Lauryn Deer was selected to the second team as an outfielder. Alexa Bradley… Read more »

Update: Bowling ranked 11th in final coaches poll

The National TenPin Coaches Association (NTCA) came out with its final women’s bowling rankings for the 2018-19 season April 25. Central Missouri moved up one place in the national poll to No. 11. They also came in third in the Division II/III poll. The Jennies finished in second place at the MIAA Tournament. They had… Read more »

Update: Puni signs with Cowboys

Former Mules football offensive lineman Derrick Puni has signed a pro contract with the Dallas Cowboys following the conclusion of the 2019 NFL Draft. Puni was a three-time All-American as an offensive lineman at UCM. He was also a First Team All-MIAA pick and a D2CCA All-Region selection. Puni returned from missing the 2017 season… Read more »

MULESKINNER VOL. 113, ISSUE 17

In this issue, May 2 – May 11 Page 1 > News Union project moves forward Page 3 > Opinion Muleskinner adviser found family at UCM Page 4 > Opinion You get what you give… and much more Page 5 > Opinion Goodbye to my job and a great adviser Page 6 > Opinion Lucky… Read more »

Murray “Allan” Dean

Murray “Allan” Dean, 83, of Holden, Missouri; formerly of the Pittsville Community, died Tuesday, at Lee’s Summit Medical Center.

Reta K. Wheeler

Reta K. Wheeler, 60, of Warrensburg, died April 20 at Western Missouri Medical Center.