With integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship and servant leadership, Missouri Baptist University’s cheer and dance teams are flying to new heights and making history. One of the teams, co-ed cheer, qualified last season for the NAIA Competitive Cheer and Dance National Championships in Michigan. The STUNT team also qualified for nationals, which was hosted by MBU.
MBU Spartan Line members pose at the 2022 Homecoming football game, which ended in a 24-10 Spartan win. From left to right, they are: (back row) Diamond Perks, Audrey Strawhun, Kiersten Brown, Rachel Wagner, Elizabeth Settle and Hayley Hill; (middle row) Faith Svanda, Emilee Goldsmith, Abbey Mortland, Emma Crites, Tori Mogannam and Emma Brandwein; (front row) Samantha Haynes, Autumn Heaton, Lilly Hetz, Samantha Broeker and Madison Coumerilh. Photo by Anna Jeschke
The Missouri Baptist University men’s basketball team has been dominating competitors all season long as they travel to Louisiana to begin the NAIA Basketball National Championship. According to head coach Preston Ingram, a victory against Louisiana State University Shreveport is possible but will require massive amounts of focus, discipline and determination.
Left to right (back row): Taylor Jarvis, Chris Forrest, Gerald Moore, Mujtaba Alkhaldi, Ryan Pollard, Daishaun Woods, River Reed, Mo Bettis, Hasaan DeCarolis and Coach Preston Ingram; left to right (front row): Brendon Hardy, Ray Adams, Tyrell Andrews, Jadis White, RJ Pair, Billy Francis Jr., Luke Hicks and John Yaeger. The team plays LSUS Friday, March 11, at 7:30 p.m. local time, in their opening round game, which will be live-streamed on LUSA’s Generals Sports Network. Photo courtesy of MBU Athletics