Another home football game is another chance to show off a new look for the state of Northwest Missouri.
On Tuesday afternoon, the school released a design of the football helmet sticker the No.1-ranked Bearcats will wear in Saturday’s game against Missouri Western.
Bearcats will wear white helmets and have the initials MAS on the helmet with a corn cob in the middle. The abbreviation stands for Midwest Agriculture Strong, an ode to the handful of agricultural science majors and gamer families with ties to farming and farming.
Farm equipment will be on display outside Bearcat Stadium on the second annual Day of Farming Celebration.
“We’ll be wearing a special logo, that’s really cool,” Northwest coach Adam dorrel. âOur guys are very excited about this. We have always had a lot of farm children in our program, small town children. We will do it this week. “
This is the fourth different decal this year for the Bearcats, who set the standard for the helmet, jersey and pants combination in the MIAA. Aside from the usual green paw print, Northwest went red for Week 3 Family Weekend, in honor of the former coach. Scott Bostwick. In week 7, the Bearcats gear guys replaced the decals with the weekend red, white, and blue on Military Appreciation Day.
The School of Agricultural Sciences will have a limited number of decals to purchase. For more contract information Jessi gard To 660-562-155.
Northwest has a chance to wrap up its fourth consecutive MIAA Championship, its 21st all-time title and its 23rd overall. Already with a share of the title, this is the fourth title in six years that Dorrel has guided the Bearcats to a league championship.
The school will learn of its NCAA plight on Sunday on the 4 p.m. selection show, where it is expected that Northwest will get a first-round pass if he maintains his No.1 ranking in Region 3.
MIAA Schools dominated the NCAA Division II Central Region Championship last weekend in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Four league teams have qualified for the Division II championships, including Northwestern Missouri State. The Bearcats placed third in the team standings and will join Missouri Southern and Southwest Baptist in St. Leo, Fla. On Nov. 19 for the final.
from the north-west Brayden Clews-Proctor was second in the 10km race, with a time of 30: 56.16. Southern Missouri Vincent Kiprop won the race.
In total, Northwest had three of the top eight runners, four in the top 25 and five in the top 50.
Nolan zimmer took sixth place Wick cunningham placed eight. Brandon phipps, 25th at the MIAA Championships, was 24th in the region. Tim grundmayer rounded out the group with a 43rd place in the field of 170 runners at Yankton Trail Park.
On the women’s side, Northwest placed 19th out of 32 teams. Sammy Laurenzo placed 41st in the 6K race, clocking 22: 01.20.
Almost unbeatable at the start of the season, the Northwest volleyball team had struggled in recent weeks. The Bearcats have lost five in a row, the MIAA’s second-longest consecutive losing streak behind Southwest Baptist’s 21-in-a-row skid. Northwest (21-6, 9-6) is still ranked in the Division II poll, but has fallen to 25, down four places from last week and nine places from its high of n Â° 16. Two of the four losses were suffered by nationally ranked teams – 3rd Nebraska-Kearney and 13th Washburn. Northwest lost 3-2 to Missouri Western on Tuesday night in St. Joseph. The Bearcats held a 2-1 lead, but 25-15 and 15-8 in the last two to settle for a seasonal series split with the Griffons. The Bearcats won 3-0 in the first meeting in Maryville, Missouri last month.
The Bearcats, who clinched a berth in the MIAA postseason tournament, host Lindenwood on Friday and then No.16 Central Missouri on Saturday.
The No. 6 ranked men’s basketball teams open the year playing St. Joseph, starting Friday against Upper Iowa at 3 p.m. at MWSU Fieldhouse. Northwest has a 6-1 series lead against the Peacocks, but lost that game last year. Sunday, the Bearcats play Wayne State at 1 p.m.
Buck ScheeThe Bearcats women’s basketball team debuts in Bolivar, Missouri. Northwest will play Ouachita Baptist on Friday, then Henderson State on Saturday – the first time the program plays at either school.
âWe had a good performance last week,â Scheel said of a 92-45 win over Graceland in a show. âWe played pretty well and shot the ball pretty well, and I hope that continues. “