MSOE students begin and end their university career in the Kern Center Arena. They pass first through the doors as nervous freshmen headed to Welcome Week Convocation. They leave four years later in cap and gown, ready to make their mark on the world.
The MSOE Athletic Department announced its annual post-season honors Monday afternoon the first Student Awards Celebration co-hosted by Athletics and Student Life. The luncheon honored all of the standout accomplishment of the university’s student body.
Junior Jason Palesse of the MSOE men’s basketball team has been named to the Academic All-America Third Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America the organization announced Wednesday.
Junior Jason Palesse of the MSOE men's basketball team has been named to the Academic All-District Team by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), the organization announced Thursday.
The MSOE men’s basketball erased a 13-point halftime deficit but fell on a three-pointer with two seconds remaining in a 52-47 loss to Edgewood in the NACC Tournament First Round Tuesday evening at the Kern Center.
Over the past three seasons, the MSOE men’s volleyball team has benefited from an All-American setter directing the offense but the coaching staff has known all along of a true embarrassment of riches at the position.
Four players scored in double-figures and the MSOE men’s basketball team overcame an early 12-point deficit to run past Concordia Chicago in the second half of an 81-75 victory Tuesday evening at Geiseman Gymnasium.
In a span of two weeks, the MSOE Athletic Department expects to celebrate two notable milestones among its coaching ranks:
300 career coaching wins for Men’s Basketball coach Brian Miller and 250 wins at MSOE for Hockey coach Mark Ostapina.
Sophomore Matthew Kirmse scored 24 points and senior Tegan Miles forced overtime with 20 seconds remaining in overtime but the MSOE men’s basketball team could not keep up with Wisconsin Lutheran in overtime, falling 75-69, Saturday afternoon at the Recreation Complex.
Sophomore Matthew Kirmse scored a game-high 29 points and sophomore Jake Gebert hit a go-ahead layup with 26 seconds remaining to send the MSOE men’s basketball past Marian 72-71 Tuesday evening at the Kern Center.
The Kern Center was the place to be on the first three-event day of the school year at the facility. While the Hockey team was putting in extra time on offense for a 5-2 victory, the Basketball teams provided the drama upstairs with a pair of comeback wins.