Two former MNU athletes left Olathe for Europe in pursuit of their dreams to play at the next level.
As the first full-time coaching hire since MNU lost four head coaches this winter, Christina Ludwick is looking to keep Pioneer volleyball set for success.
With two official and two interim head coaches in eight months, softball seeks to stabilize in 2017.
Track and field finishes the indoor season with two conference titles and four All-Americans.
During winter break, four MNU head coaches and MidAmerica's athletic director resigned from their positions with the Pioneers' athletics program. On Jan. 31, Todd Garrett was appointed as MNU's new athletic director, and Garrett now faces the task of filling the vacancies within the program.
Heading into the 2017 baseball season, the Pioneers are aiming to improve on last yearâs 42-15 campaign. With 14 upperclassmen (including 11 seniors), the team now looks to parlay its experience into postseason success.
With only 10 games under its belt, the 9-1 MNU women's basketball team has jumped out to a fast start as it attempts to defend last season's national championship.
The season of nationals for fall sports has come to a close with the completion of the volleyball teamâs showing at the NAIA national tournament in Sioux City, Iowa.
13 track and field athletes qualify for nationals after first competition. MNU soccer teams and cross country complete their seasons.
The end of the regular season is in the books for MNU's fall sports.
After a historic season and postseason run, the women's soccer program has achieved its first national tournament berth.
With a year under its belt, the MNU cross country team is making long strides in the conference.