MSU Volleyball: Spring Fling Schedule

Midwestern State announced schedule changes for its annual Spring Fling Volleyball Tournament Saturday at D.L. Ligon Coliseum.

Cost of admission is a minimum of two non-perishable canned food items. All donations go to the Wichita Falls Area Food Bank.

Eight teams compete in 16 matches in three courts including two on Gerald Stockton Court and another in Don Flatt Gymnasium.

Midwestern plays four times including matches against Southeastern Oklahoma at 9 a.m., Dallas Baptist at 11 a.m., Tarleton State at 1 p.m. and the MSU Alumni at 2 p.m.

Other participating teams include Dallas Baptist, Vernon College, Oklahoma Baptist, Southeastern Oklahoma State, MSU Alumni, Southern Nazarene and Tarleton State.

The Mustangs host an hour-long clinic for elementary or junior high students (K-8) from 3:15-4:15 p.m. at the cost of one non-perishable food item per participant.

2015 Midwestern State Spring Fling Schedule
Saturday, April 11
D.L. Ligon Coliseum

9 a.m. Matches

Court 1:

Midwestern State vs. Southeastern Oklahoma

Court 2:

Dallas Baptist vs. MSU Alumni

Don Flatt:

Oklahoma Baptist vs. Vernon College

10 a.m. Matches

Court 1:

Vernon College vs. Tarleton state

Court 2:

Southeastern Oklahoma vs. Southern Nazarene

11 a.m. Matches

Court 1:

Midwestern State vs. Dallas Baptist

Court 2:

Southern Nazarene vs. Tarleton State

Don Flatt:

Oklahoma Baptist vs. MSU Alumni

Noon Matches

Court 1:

Dallas Baptist vs. Oklahoma Baptist

Court 2:

Vernon College vs. Southeastern Oklahoma

1 p.m. Matches

Court 1:

Midwestern State vs. Tarleton State

Court 2:

Southeastern Oklahoma vs. MSU Alumni

Don Flatt:

Vernon College vs. Southern Nazarene

2 p.m. Matches

Court 1:

Midwestern State vs. MSU Alumni

Court 2:

Dallas Baptist vs. Tarleton State

Don Flatt:

Oklahoma Baptist vs. Southern Nazarene


3:15-4:15 p.m.

Ten MSU Student Athletic Trainers Earn LSC Academic Honors

Ten Midwestern State students were recognized by the Lone Star Conference on Wednesday as the league announced its annual Athletic Training Student Academic Award winners for the 2014-15 academic year.

"This is a credit to the quality of students we are able to draw into an athletic training program that is continuing to grow," MSU Head Athletic Trainer Gary Diehm said. "We are pushing through great students into the profession each year."

Honored seniors include Daren Roach (Caribbean, Texas), Jacob Herring (Henrietta, Texas), Victoria Shores (Burkburnett, Texas) and Sarita Adhikary (Kathmandu, Nepal).

Juniors include Austin Bauer (Rowlett, Texas), Amy Simmons (Wichita Falls) and Jaycee Alvarez (Houston).

Sophomores include Briana Rojas (Mansfield, Texas), Delize Paul (Coulibistrie, Dominica) and Jessica Geis (Archer City, Texas).

Each academic year, the LSC recognizes student athletic trainers who devote several hours to assist with the operation of the athletics department while also finding the time to excel in the classroom.

To be eligible for LSC academic honors, student athletic trainers must carry at least a 3.30 grade-point average with a minimum of 24 semester hours at the nominating institutions. The qualifications mirror those required of student-athletes to gain LSC All-Academic recognition.