As the 2019-20 school year drew closer, the men’s lacrosse team met for captain-organized practices. The extra stick-work and exercise ensured the team stayed sharp throughout the summer.
Photos by Luke Slagle
Captain’s practices, held in the summer and early fall, allow incoming freshmen and returning players to meet and play together while keeping in shape during the preseason.
With three different sports requiring a turf field, Missouri Baptist University’s athletic department is looking to deliver with the second-phase construction of Spartan Field.
Photo by Stacy Rohan
Construction for Spartan Field started in 2013 and already hosts sporting events such as soccer and lacrosse games, and it plays host to the MBU football team’s practices. The next step is looking toward hosting MBU football games.
In the midst of our toughest battles, our biggest losses, God is at work. He enters into the chaos, and instead of allowing that pain to be the end of our story, He makes miracles. All it takes is a little hope, and a lot of fight.
Photos by Trevor Chaney
Waiting for her next turn, junior Stacy Rohan looks down Spartan Field as her teammates continue a cross-field passing drill. Rohan returned to the game this fall after suffering an ACL tear in October 2017 and learning what it means to be a teammate from the sidelines.
The MBU women’s lacrosse team took time to give a helping hand with Spensa, Special Needs Soccer Association, at Soccer Park on the morning of Oct. 1. The lacrosse team paired up with buddies and helped the kids in learning soccer drills, play a soccer game, be there for them and just have fun.
Photos by Ashley Van Camp