QUINCY -- As Dave Musso put it, Quincy became his home away from home. St. Louis always remained his home. So the opportunity to challenge himself professionally while returning to his roots led him back there. Musso resigned Monday after 12 seasons...
QUINCY -- Madeleine Halford sees similarities between herself and the John Wood Community College women's volleyball program. The program will get its start in the fall of 2018, and Halford will get her start in coaching at the same time. Halford was named
QUINCY -- Bob Cowman actually was considering slowing down. Cowman is the lead pastor at Columbus Road Baptist Church in Quincy. He's helped coach boys and girls soccer at Quincy High School since his family came to town in 2005, and he still races on week
QUINCY -- Quincy University women's soccer coach Dave Musso ran into senior defender Allison Birke on campus early this week and gave her a heads up to expect a call from him in the days to come. "She looked at me kind of funny," Musso said.
WARRENSBURG, Mo. -- The Quincy University women's soccer team wasn't shaken as Grand Valley State went ahead 2-0 late in the first half Friday afternoon. "We've been down before," QU forward Mackenzie Rief said.
Dave Musso casually walked up to freshman forward Maddie Bauer as the Quincy University women's soccer team was warming up for its NCAA Tournament opener last Sunday and reminded her she was expected to play beyond her age."I tapped her on the shoulder and said, 'You're not a freshman anymore, you know that?'" the QU coach said.
The limited expectations were understandable. Dave Musso thought his Quincy University women's soccer team was better than the predications suggested, but he couldn't argue against the skepticism. The Hawks had finished 6-10-2 in 2016 and missed...
Grand Valley State Record: 19-3 (9-0 Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference). Coach: Jeff Hosler (fourth season) Scouting the Lakers: This is the 15th straight season Grand Valley State has reached the NCAA Tournament, and the Lakers are looking
QUINCY -- No panic, no fear and no way the Quincy University women's soccer team was going to lose on its own turf. Despite becoming the first team to score against Bellarmine in regulation in the Knights' last 12 games, the Hawks couldn't hold the lead.