ELBOW LAKE — On short notice, the M State men’s golf team grabbed their clubs and headed to Tipsinah Mounds Golf Course Monday for a dual against the University of Minnesota Morris. Despite a winter layoff, the Spartans were up to the task as they saw five members card scores in the 70s and …
The M State women’s basketball team celebrated a 73-62 victory over Riverland Community College for the NJCAA Div. III Region XIII title game Saturday.
The M State Spartans baseball team (1-3) hit the field Thursday for its home opener against the Minnesota West Community College Blue Jays. The Spartans got control of the game early on as the home team picked up a 12-2 victory.
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The M State men’s basketball team held on to a 76-74 victory over visiting Sisseton-Wahpeton Wednesday.
The M State men’s basketball team got up on the visiting Minnesota West Blue Jays Wednesday and held off a late surge to pick up a 62-59 victory.
With stifling first half defense, the M State women’s basketball team claimed a 67-41 victory over Sisseton-Wahpeton Wednesday.
A rough first half allowed the visiting Riverland Riverland Community College Blue Devils to upend the M State men’s basketball team Saturday 88-47.
The M State women’s basketball team celebrated its first win of the season Saturday as the Spartans held on to defeat the Riverland Community College Blue Devils 56-54.
The M State women’s basketball team was in search of its first win Saturday as it began Minnesota College Athletic Conference (MCAC) play against the Rochester Yellowjackets. But a hiccup in the second quarter gave the visitor the opportunity to gain the lead and pick up a 78-65 win.
The M State men’s basketball team (0-1) welcomed in the Rochester Community College Yellowjackets for an Saturday afternoon tilt. The visiting Yellowjackets used a 29-point first half lead to coast to a 92-55 victory.
Basketball players are back on the court at Minnesota State Community and Technical College (M State) as practice resumed Jan. 11 and the men’s and women’s teams start their home seasons on Saturday, Jan. 30, in Fergus Falls.
The M State men’s golf team came away from hosting a tournament and a triangular feeling good as the Spartans won Sunday’s Spartan Invite and followed with a triangular victory over Dickinson State and Valley City State at Pebble Lake Golf Course.
Despite an athletic season cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic, Minnesota State Community and Technical College coaches carried on the tradition of honoring excellence by Spartan athletes during the 2019-20 sports year.
New this fall at Minnesota State Community and Technical College is the sport of clay target, which became a varsity sport in the Minnesota College Athletic Association in 2019.
MacKenna Kehoe of Morris and Madisyn Missling of Henning have signed letters of intent to play softball for the M State Fergus Falls Spartans.
The M State women’s basketball team added two more recruits for the 2020-21 season as Ashby senior Kalista Aamot and Kerkhoven-Murdock-Sunburg graduate Maddy Rohner have decided to play basketball for the Spartans.
Fergus Falls senior Sabrina Fronning signed her national letter of intent to play for the M State Spartans women’s basketball team in 2020-21.
The M State Spartans made a splash recruiting locally in both volleyball and women’s basketball as Rothsay senior Jayna Gronewold signed a letter of intent to play for the Spartans.
All M State Spartan spring sports have been canceled following the NJCAA’s announcement Monday that it was ending competition for the remainder of the academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Following the recent recommendations from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the NJCAA has made the difficult decision to cancel all upcoming basketball championships as well as spring competition, effective immediately.
Kaia Strom, senior setter from Kennedy Secondary School, has signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball for the Minnesota State Community and Technical College Spartans.
Jodi Holleman, who has more than 20 years of experience coaching at the high school and college levels, has been named head coach of the Minnesota State Community and Technical College women’s basketball team.
Nogales High School senior Jose “Panda” Jimenez chased his dream of playing college football. Or as NHS coach Jake Teyechea said: “He took a shot.”
The M State men’s basketball game against Minnesota West in Worthington has been rescheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday.
WILLMAR — The M State men’s basketball team fell 109-78 to Ridgewater Wednesday.
M State men’s basketball game at Riverland on Saturday has been moved to Sunday at 3 p.m.
The 32nd annual Spartan Basketball Buddies camp will be held over Monday, Jan. 6 and Monday, Jan. 13 at M State in Fergus Falls and is open to boys and girls in kindergarten through sixth grade. The sessions will be from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on.
M State volleyball player Sydney Hovland was named second team NJCAA Div. III All-American.
GRAND RAPIDS — The M State men’s basketball team played close with the hosting Itasca Vikings, but the Spartans could not keep pace in the second half as Itasca claimed an 80-69 victory Tuesday.
M State volleyball player Bailey Marty was named MCAC Defensive Player of the Week recently. Marty averaged 6.50 digs per set for the Spartans. The freshman from Chokio had 39 total digs in two Spartan wins. Marty helped lead her team to the Region XIII A tournament as the No. 2 seed this weekend.
The M State volleyball team closed out its regular season with a 3-1 (25-9, 26-24, 22-25, 25-21) victory over Minnesota West Saturday after Friday’s win over Riverland. “Closing out the regular season strongly with two wins is a great way to head into playoffs,” Spartans head coach Abby Crowser said. “This weekend was so much […]
The M State volleyball team made quick work of the visiting Riverland CC Blue Devils winning in three sets 25-7, 25-5, 25-9 Friday. The Spartans also held their annual “Dig Pink” night for breast cancer awareness. Donations were collected between the second and third set to give to the Fergus Falls cancer center. Katherine Mastey […]
The M State football team’s season came to an end Saturday as the visiting Rochester Yellowjackets took home a 35-14 victory. The Yellowjackets opened up the scoring in the first quarter as Justin Lynn found Phillip Hilleshiem for a 24-yard touchdown pass. Rochester would make the point after to take a 7-0 lead. In the […]
M State’s Bailey Marty was named MCAC Defensive Player of the Week. Marty had a total of 96 digs in three matches for the Spartans. Marty had highs of 38 and 41 digs against SCTCC and Western Tech. She also had a total of eight aces with a high of four against Rochester.
The M State volleyball team claimed a three-set (25-6, 25-7, 25-8) victory over Anoka-Ramsey Wednesday. Katherine Mastey led the team with 10 kills. The Spartans will host Riverland Community College at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
M State’s Alexa Mortensen was named Hitter of the Week in MCAC. Mortensen had seven total aces including five against Ridgewater. She notched 24 total kills and 10 total blocks including four each against NDSCS and Concordia JV and was in the double digits for digs this week with a total of 13.
ST. CLOUD — After falling behind 2-0, the M State volleyball team rallied to win the next three sets and the victory as the Spartans defeated St. Cloud Technical College (22-25, 19-25, 25-14, 25-21, 20-18) Wednesday. “We had moments during the first two sets where we would get going on some good runs, but it […]
LAKE CITY — The M State men’s golf team continued their nearly decade long dominance in Region XIII as the Spartans won the national qualifier in a two-day tournament at The Jewel Golf Club Monday and Tuesday. The Spartans finished the tournament with a two-day score of 642 (314-328) followed by Southwest Tech (699). “It […]
The M State volleyball team went 1-1 in a pair of games this weekend as they took on North Dakota State College of Science and Concordia JV on the road. On Friday, the NDSCS Wildcats would sweep the Spartans 25-23, 25-18, 25-20. Bailey Marty led the Spartans in digs with 16, while Taylor Berndt (11) […]
Athletic department officials at Minnesota State Community and Technical College announced today that M State will not be fielding a women’s basketball team for the 2019-20 season. Co-Athletic Coordinator Jason Retzlaff said the decision coincided with the resignation of Spartan women’s basketball coach Janice Hendrickson, who has led the team for five seasons. The college […]