2010 Press Releases
Shane Taylor, of Winchester, enters his first year as the menís and womenís head soccer coach at MacMurray College. Read more.
MacMurray College had four fall athletes selected for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference All-Academic team. Read more.
For the 2010 football campaign, a trio of MacMurray student athletes were awarded Upper Midwest Athletic Conference honors. Read more.
Three Highlander student athletes have received conference honors for their performances this fall season. Read more.
Derek James embarks on his first year as head womenís golf coach at MacMurray College, as well as assuming the positions of assistant men and womenís basketball coach. Read more.
Arielle Berna enters her first year on MacMurrayís coaching staff this fall. Read more.
New fitness equipment will be available to MacMurray students and athletes when they return to campus this fall. Read more.
Samantha Burmeister recently began as softball coach and sports information director at MacMurray College. Read more.
The MacMurray College softball team had six members selected for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conferenceís Academic All-Conference team. Read more.
About 15 members of the MacMurray College football team got a different view than their dorms and the practice field when they spent an afternoon recently at Knollwood Retirement Village in Jacksonville. Read more.
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) named MacMurray College softball player Rikki Jenkins to the All-Conference first team. Read more.
Dane Pavlovich, presently the Associate Athletic Director and head womenís basketball coach at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo., has agreed to become the head womenís basketball coach and athletic director of MacMurray College effective June 1. Read more.
After its double-header against Fontbonne University Saturday, the MacMurray softball team will provide dog washings for donations and will be collecting pet and food supplies. Read more.
MacMurray College football players, Jimmy Perry and James Rollon, were named to the NCAA Division II/ Division III All American Bowl that was played Saturday, March 27, 2010, in Charleston, WV. Read more.
Derek James, assistant womenís and menís basketball coach at MacMurray College for the past two years, will step in as interim Head Womenís Basketball and Golf Coach, effective immediately. Read more.
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has named three MacMurray basketball players to its winter All-Academic Team. Read more.
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has announced that MacMurray College's Brady Slagle is the 2010 SLIAC Newcomer of the Year and coach Todd Creal is the co-winner of the 2010 SLIAC Coach of the Year award. Read more.
The MacMurray College menís basketball team is one of four teams earning the honor to play in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference(SLIAC) post season tournament. Read more.
UMAC (Upper Midwest Athletic Conference) has honored two MacMurray highlander football players as members of the Academic All-Conference team for fall 2009. Read more.
On Saturday, February 13, 2010, MacMurray Baseball Coach, Fred Curtis, will be inducted into the Jacksonville Hall of Fame. Read more.
The MacMurray College womenís basketball team will host two Pink Zone games to help support awareness for breast cancer on Wednesday, Feb 10 at 6:00 p.m. against Fontbonne University, and Saturday, Feb 13 at 1:00 p.m. against Westminster College. Read more.
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) has named MacMurray menís basketball freshman, Brady Slagle, as the SLIAC Player of the Week for January 25-31. Read more.
The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) has announced MacMurray womenís basketball sophomore Ashley Will as the SLIAC Player of the Week for the week of January 18-24. Read more.
On December 18, 2009, the MacMurray College Highlander womenís basketball team assisted with the Jacksonville Salvation Army Christmas food distribution for needy families. Read more.