Cross Country

Cross Country Competes in Invitational

September 30, 2014

[easingsliderpro id=”5″] Last Saturday, the women’s and men’s cross country teams traveled to Minneapolis, Minnesota, to compete at the Roy Griak Invitational where they placed 11th and 22nd, respectively. There were more than 300 runners […]


Basketball has new head coach

September 16, 2014

Former assistant coach Chris Foster takes over as head coach of Truman State’s men’s basketball team after former head coach Matt Woodley accepted a position with the NBA Development League. The announcement of Woodley’s departure […]


Building on last year

September 2, 2014

The Truman State men’s soccer team has great outlooks for the upcoming season, with the personnel and depth to take the Great Lakes Valley Conference by storm. Men’s soccer returns eight starters from last year’s […]


Football is back in town

August 25, 2014

For the Truman State football team, summer is not a time for rest and relaxation on the beach. Summer is when the team begins to run, lift and get ready for football to give them the best chance they have to win. For the team, August means more than the start of a new semester. It means the start of a new season and an opportunity to win a Great Lakes Valley Conference title.

During the past two years the Bulldogs have shown that Truman’s reputation does not hinge only on the success in the classroom. The football team proved throughout their season that they were unlike any Truman football team in recent years. Last year, the team had statistically the best defense since 1994, as well as a strong kicker with senior Jacob Lamp who helped the team become 3rd in the country for kickoff returns and 2nd in overall punt average. […]


Carlson named GLVC Player of the Year

March 8, 2014

Head Truman State men’s basketball coach Matt Woodley had a message to deliver this week to senior forward Mike Carlson before it hit the press.

With an announcement looming, Woodley called Carlson and informed him — he was named Great Lakes Valley Conference co-Player of the Year. The award marks him as the first player throughout the program’s 95-year history to earn conference Player of the Year honors. […]


Truman trainers respond to medical emergency

March 4, 2014

Last Thursday night’s men’s basketball game against Quincy University was anything but
During the second half, junior Quincy guard Scott Hahn lapsed into a seizure minutes
after checking out of the game as he sat on the bench next to head coach Marty Bell. 15 minutes
of complete silence followed as Quincy and Truman athletic trainers and physicians gave
immediate treatment to Hahn as they waited for an ambulance to arrive. […]