We take a look back at some of the biggest Texoma Sports stories from 2014.
Monday night at Moody Coliseum, the Midwestern State men's basketball team stood toe to toe with the Division I SMU Mustangs from start to finish in a 70-61 loss.
The Midwestern State Mustangs went toe-to-toe with Division I Southern Methodist before eventually falling 70-61 in a Monday night exhibition match at SMU's Moody Coliseum.
We take a look back at MSU Sports in 2014
MSU Mens Hoop Squad getting a deserved holiday break!
Update on MSU Athletics
The Midwestern State Mustangs woke up in the second half to defeat the St. Gregory's (Okla.) Cavaliers 78-65 on Sunday afternoon.
Midwestern State's pressure proved too much for Southern Nazarene Saturday afternoon as the Mustangs rolled to their eighth straight win taking a 75-60 decision at Sawyer Center.
The Midwestern State Mustangs concluded a long winter road trip by winning their fifth straight game, defeating South Dakota Mines 83-57 on Thursday night.
The 15th ranked Midwestern State women's basketball team is on a hot streak themselves.
Midwestern State connected on seven 3-pointers in the first half to open up a big lead and held on for a 75-55 win over Nova Southeastern Saturday night at NSU Arena in Don Taft University Center.
Dianna Jones and the Mustangs snap Lubbock Christian University Lady Chaps record road win streak, win 73-70.
Midwestern State's Devante Pullum poured in a career-high 19 points to lead the Mustangs to a 68-57 win over Colorado State-Pueblo Sunday afternoon at D.L. Ligon Coliseum.
Update on MSU Athletics
Sporting events sometimes are filled with fantastic finishes. Last Saturday, the Midwestern State Cross Country team won their 5th Lone Star Conference title in an unlikely way. Jermaine Ferrell explains in this week's Sports Spotlight
Here's the latest from Midwestern State Mustangs Athletics.
Cameron's Thomas Toth gave the Aggies a first place individual finish at Lone Star Conference Championships on Saturday morning with a time of 24:52.50. The Aggies as a team finished in fifth place with 100 points.
Five runners wasn't enough to decide the Lone Star Conference Championship Saturday morning at the former Hawk Ridge Golf Course.
Angelo State defeats Midwestern State 41-36 in the 1st round of the Lone Star Conference Football playoffs Saturday night in San Angelo.
Midwestern State received a reprieve to extend its season earning a berth in next weekend's Lone Star Conference Postseason Tournament.