A new scoring leader

Tamara McCaskill, a senior in chemical engineering, concluded a record-setting career for the Lady Miners in March as the all-time leading scorer in the history of the S&T women’s basketball program. She also landed an all-conference honor for the third time in her four-year career.

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S&T athletics has a new online look

Missouri S&T athletics’ online presence got a new look in January with the launch of a new Miner sports website. The site, hosted by Internet Consulting Services, provides a fresh new look for the promotion of athletics on a daily basis.

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Justin Taylor: A will to win

Junior Justin Taylor’s passion for sports comes from his two older brothers who got him involved in basketball as a kid. Not only does he love the competition but he loves to win. That trait helped make him a successful football and basketball player at Webster Groves (Mo.) High School.

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Former soccer player named honorary All-America by NSCAA

The recipient of the 2008 NSCAA Honorary All-America award is out of this world. Literally.

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Football Miners honored by GLFC

Missouri S&T won the Great Lakes Football Conference championship in 2008 and the league’s all-conference team was a reflection of that. The Miners had 13 players chosen for the squad and won six additional awards for their performance.

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Miners send 15 swimmers to national meet

The Missouri S&T swimming team finished the three-day Mizzou Invitational in December with 15 automatic qualifiers for the NCAA Division II Championships that began in Houston, Texas, on March 11. This marks only the second time in school history that 15 swimmers have gone on to the national meet.

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Bridget Williams: A shirt of a different color

Sophomore Bridget Williams is the easiest volleyball player to find on the floor. Just look for the player wearing a different-colored jersey.

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Lady Miner volleyball team ranks among top 20 in attendance

The Missouri S&T volleyball team was ranked 16th in the nation in NCAA Division II in home attendance during its first season of competition in 2007. The Lady Miners averaged 443 fans per home contest, which was the best mark in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.

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S&T softball players tour Austria

Three members of the Missouri S&T softball program spent the summer touring Austria as part of a USA Athletes International softball squad.

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Missouri S&T ranks 19th in 2008 NCSA rankings

Missouri S&T is the top-ranked institution in the Great Lakes Valley Conference and among the top 20 schools in NCAA Division II for the second straight year in the National Collegiate Scouting Association rankings. The Miners are ranked 19th in the 2008 listing.

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