Author: Muleskinner Staff

Snap Reactions: Creeping Death, Sturgill Simpson, Black Sabbath

by Chance Chamberlain Snap Reactions is a column where two new albums and one classic album are reviewed briefly after just one listen, providing instant thoughts and feelings often lost with multiple listens of an album. This week’s releases are strong with Creeping Death’s “Wretched Illusions” and Sturgill Simpson’s “Sound & Fury.” The classic album… Read more »

Jennies improve after pair of weekend sweeps

Jennies volleyball swept Missouri Southern and Pittsburg State this weekend to improve to 8-4 (3-1 in the MIAA). They won each in different fashion. Friday, UCM traveled to Joplin to face Missouri Southern and had an offensive night to remember. As a team, the Jennies hit .361 with just 11 errors in taking the match… Read more »

Jennies soccer wins twice over weekend

by Brinkley Beever The University of Central Missouri soccer team improved to 7-1, 1-0 in the MIAA with back-to-back wins against the Missouri Western Griffons on Friday and the Northwest Missouri State Bearcats on Sunday.  Friday’s match was a non-conference contest, so Sunday’s match vs. the Bearcats was officially the Jennies MIAA opener. Friday’s game… Read more »

Mules turn to run game, defense in rout of Ichabods

With the University of Central Missouri’s 55-27 win over Washburn Saturday at Walton Stadium/Kennedy Field, it would be easy to focus on the offensive explosion.  Yes, the Mules did rush for 314 yards and collect 441 total yards on 59 plays (7.5 yards per play). And yes, they did put up more than 48 points… Read more »

Bolles first to 500, Mules beat Griffons in overtime

The University of Central Missouri has been playing football since 1895. And in that time, no Mules quarterback had ever thrown for more than 500 yards.   That is, until Saturday in St. Joseph, Missouri, when senior Brook Bolles topped the mark against the Missouri Western Griffons. Bolles completed 19-of-36 passes for 506 yards and five… Read more »

UCM to observe Patriot Day

In remembrance of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, in New York, Washington, D.C. and outside of Shanksville, Pennsylvania, UCM will observe conduct ceremonies for its annual Patriot Day observance, according to a press release from Integrated Marketing and Communications. The ceremony will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the UCM quadrangle and will… Read more »