In this edition of the Sports Spotlight we preview the Vernon College Volleyball Team.
A larger freshman class fills MSU's on-campus housing to full capacity. School is forced to use off-campus housing.
10pm Sports from Saturday, April 27th, 2013.
Midwestern State moved up three spots to No. 19 in the latest National Fast-pitch Coaches' Association Division II Poll released Wednesday afternoon.
Tonight's sportscast includes highlights from a Rider Raider 2-1 win over Byron Nelson in a sectional playoff soccer game, a 13-0 Rider Raider thumping of Fort Worth Brewer at Hoskins Field, a Lady Raiders extra-inning win on the softball diamond and Vernon College swiping a doubleheader from Rangers College.
Students attending Vernon College next year will see an increase in their costs for higher education.
Vernon College received a complete shutout from Devon Duncan and a no-hitter from Tory Dell as the Lady Chaps swept a doubleheader from Ranger College, 8-0 and 2-0.
This is the time many people's new year commitments to better fitness start to weaken, but Vernon College students and faculty now have one new reason to stick with their health goals.
Raffle tickets are now on sale to help set up a memorial fund for a former Wichita Falls firefighter.
Texas Workforce Commission gives Vernon College a big check to training employees at local industries.
Here's a look back at our top ten plays of the week from October 1st to October 7th.
The 16th ranked Nocona Lady Indians brought their game to Wichita Falls today and a cross town rivalry takes place at Wichita Christian.
Vernon College celebrates 40 years.
Trends show increase in Vernon College enrollment over the past several years.
Vernon College gets ready for the fall semester with a $7 million new facility.
Vernon College will host their "Re-Opening" tomorrow.
Kids learn health Habits at a Vernon College Summer Camp
Small business owners from Texoma gathered Tuesday for the Governors Small Business Forum at Vernon College.
The school will receive almost 230-thousand to purchase equipment to train EMTs and paramedics.
This school year is about to end for many high school students across Texoma. And for many graduating seniors, community colleges statewide could be the next phase of their education.