MSU's Matchup with Cameron Pushed Back

The start of Midwestern State's slated three-game Lone Star Conference North Division series against Cameron has been pushed back a day due to forecasted severe weather.
The Mustangs and Aggies will still play a doubleheader Saturday afternoon at 1 and 3 p.m., but the originally scheduled single game will be pushed from Friday back to Sunday afternoon at 1 p.m. All games are set for Mustangs Park.
A wind advisory is in effect for the Wichita Falls area from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. Friday. Winds will turn from the south at 25 to 35 mph, and frequent gusts to 50 mph are also possible.
The National Weather Service urges care if you have to travel or if you are working and playing outside.
Senior Day festivities will be held in between games of the twin bill on Saturday.

MSU Student Athlete Awards Given

Karolina Damjanovic, Charlie Logan and Vjekoslav Stipanic were presented The Marie Morgan Award as Midwestern State's Outstanding Student Athletes Thursday at the annual MSU Student-Athlete Awards Banquet.
The award is presented to the most outstanding student-athlete at MSU for their tireless efforts on behalf of his team and the entire program and for exemplary participation throughout the community on behalf of Midwestern State University.
Damjanovic, a four-year letter winner on the volleyball squad, owns a 3.709 cumulative grade-point average as a radiology major.
The 6-1 senior from Subotica, Serbia enjoyed her finest season on the court last fall earning All-Lone Star Conference honors averaging 2.47 kills per set while helping the Mustangs to a conference tournament showing.
Damjanovic volunteered with the Faith Mission, Make-A-Wish Foundation, Wichita Falls Food Bank, Habitat for Humanity and Boys' and Girls' Club. She was also a two-time President's Honor Roll honoree and an honors program participant.
Logan, a four-year letter winner on the men's basketball squad, boasted the team's top GPA with a double major in business administration and kinesiology.
The 6-7 forward helped the Mustangs to consecutive NCAA Division II Elite Eight appearances, a pair of South Central Region championships and two Lone Star Conference titles while starting 72 games.
Logan is also a fixture as a mentor in the Wichita Falls Independent School District as well as volunteering with the Special Olympics and Boys' and Girls' Club.
Stipanic, a four-year letter winner on the men's tennis team, owns a 3.80 GPA as mechanical engineering major.
The senior is a two-time LSC Academic Player of the Year while earning all-league accolades in singles and doubles in each of his junior and senior seasons and garnered Freshman of the Year honors in 2008.
Stipanic also volunteered with the Children Aid Society and United States Tennis Association Campus Kids' Day as well as serving 10 hours in clinics with the Boys' and Girls' Club this academic year.
MSU super fan and student Wesley Hart was presented the Spirit Award for his willingness and devotion as one of the biggest supporters of Mustangs' Athletics.
Hart, a Henrietta native, is often seen leading cheers and waving the large MSU flag at numerous sporting events. He is studying to be a math teacher and is a member of the Golden Thunder Band.