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Mount St. Joseph lands 3 golfers on All-HCAC list
Lions have 3 golfers honored by HCAC after an impressive second place finish at the conference championships.
Lions finish second at HCAC Championships
The Mount St. Joseph men's golf team had a great weekend finishing in second place at the HCAC tournament
Mount St. Joseph gets series win at Defiance
The Lions traveled to Defiance College and won 2 of 3 to take the series
Men’s track and field finished ninth overall at the 2016 HCAC Championships
The Men's track and field team traveled to the 2016 HCAC Championships this weekend where the team finished ninth overall.
Women’s track and field finished tenth overall at the 2016 HCAC Championships
The Women's track and field team traveled to the 2016 HCAC Championships this weekend where the team finished tenth overall.
Mount St. Joseph softball drops two heartbreakers to Hanover
The Lions suffered two one-run losses at home against Hanover on Friday.
Mount professor Tracy McDonough featured as a Cincy Story Teller on May 4
McDonough selected to talk about Schizophrenia Oral History Project
Mount St. Joseph women’s lacrosse season ends with loss in tournament semifinal
The MSJ women's lacrosse team was down 8-7 at halftime, but could only manage three goals in the second half before falling 16-10 against Washington and Jefferson.
Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis season ends with loss at Manchester
The Lions end the season with a 9-0 loss at Manchester University. No Lions' player was able to win a set in the match.
Annual Mount Jubilee was a huge success
President and Mrs. Williams enjoyed meeting the Mount family at the annual scholarship gala
Lions wrap up home slate with loss to Transylvania
Mount St. Joseph hosted Transylvania for the final home game of the season and fell 6-1
Watkins wins but Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis can’t land team victory
Guy Watkins rolled in singles but it would be the only win of the day as MSJ fell to Transy 8-1.
MSJ professor earns top award for published book
Ballard to be honored with award in May in Chicago
New Campus Group: A Chance to Share Faith
Faith. It’s something intertwined with life and especially throughout our experiences here at Mount St. Joseph University.
An International Life: The Experience of Study Abroad
This is one of many study abroad opportunities that are offered here at the Mount, and some of them are more than just a few weeks.
Signing off from Dateline and the Mount
To future Lions, welcome to Mount St. Joseph University, home of the greatest college experience I could have ever wished for.
Lions offense falls flat in 2 game sweep at Defiance
Mount St. Joseph traveled to Defiance College and managed only 5 hits in two games leading to 2 losses.
Mount St. Joseph baseball battles, loses three close games to Hanover
The Mount (18-15, 7-13 HCAC) dropped three straight at home to Hanover College (10-21, 7-12 HCAC) on Saturday and Sunday, all by two runs or less.
Mount St. Joseph splits double-header with Adrian College
The Lions hosted Adrian College for a doubled header that had all proceeds benefit the Lucky Fin Foundation
Mount St. Joseph women’s volleyball hosts clinic to honor Lauren Hill
Friday night the MSJ women’s volleyball team joined forces with Lawrenceburg High School and former collegiate athletes in Al Powell’s idea to hold a free volleyball clinic.
MSJ men’s golf stands in third after two rounds HCAC Championship
The final two rounds will take place this coming weekend at Honeywell Golf Course and will be hosted by Manchester University.
Mount St. Joseph women’s lacrosse set for postseason showdown Today
The team will face conference regular season champion and host Washington and Jefferson College in the first round of the four-team (ORLC) Women's Championship Tournament on Friday at 4 p.m.
Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis takes one match but can’t stop Anderson in 8-1 loss
Two singles matches went three sets and No. 1 doubles took care of business for the Lions (3-11, 0-6 HCAC) but it wasn't enough to get the team victory.
Student Life Awards recognized outstanding leadership
Congrats to our students and student organizations!
“There’s No Place like Home,” Earth. So Care for It, Sister of Charity Urges
“I think that we have to change the way that we view the world,” Sister Caroljean says.
Help Yourself to Music on the Ohio River
Cincinnati has hosted a three-day music festival just off the Ohio River every summer since July of 2012.
One of Golf’s Greats Finishes Mount Career
Not many people get the opportunity to play a collegiate sport with perhaps the best-to-ever-play-that-sport in the history of their school.
Quotes Project Aims to Inspire
Recently, the Mount took on a project to help motivate students.
Student Newspaper Seeks Applicants for 2016-17
Students can gain valuable experience working as part of a team and writing for publication.
School of Health Sciences holds annual Nursing Convocation
Annual pinning ceremony concludes with Mount tradition of blessing of the hands
Young Mount St. Joseph tennis falls to powerful Earlham
The Lions couldn't keep pace with Earlham who is tied for the lead in the HCAC standings.
Mount Women’s Lacrosse team records a 13-1 home win over Thomas More
The Mount St. Joseph University Women's lacrosse team host ORLC opponent Thomas More College on Wednesday night. The Lion's won 13-1, improving their overall record to 7-7, and conference record to 5-2.
Froehlke, Vohland named Student-Athletes of the Year
Senior women's soccer standout Morgan Froehlke and men's volleyball All-American Alex Vohland were recognized as the Mount St. Joseph University Male and Female Student-Athletes of the Year today at the MSJ Student Life Awards.
Priority Registration dates for Spring 2016
Find out more about this year's priority registration!
Seton High School Joins Mount Poets
Lions fall on the road to Earlham, 8-3
Mount St. Joseph traveled to conference rival Earlham, and lost 8-3
MSJ proud to compete in HCAC Special Olympics Unified Bowling Championships
The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference (HCAC) and Special Olympics Indiana partnered to host the second-annual Unified Sports Bowling Championship, Saturday, April 16 at Expo Bowl in Indianapolis. The occasion continued the conference’s and NCAA Division III’s partnership with Special Olympics.
MSJ professors’ books honored at 2016 Ohioana Library Celebration
Professors Ballard, Murray and Kritsky received accolades for their published books
Congratulations to the cast of I AM A CAMERA
Congratulations to the cast and crew of the Mount Drama Club's fall production of John Van Druten's, "I Am a Camera"
Lions get much needed conference sweep at Bluffton
Mount St. Joseph traveled to Bluffton and came away with a two game sweep.
Mount St. Joseph splits double-header at Ohio Northern
Lions split double header with Ohio Northern University finishing the weekend 3-1
Mount St. Joseph’s Vohland named volleyball All-American for second year
Junor outside hitter Alex Vohland today was selected to the American Volleyball Coaches Association Division III All-American team, it is the second consecutive year Vohland earned the honor.
Women’s track & field finish fourth at MSJ Invitational
The women's track and field team hosted the MSJ Invitational this weekend where the team finished fourth.
Mount St. Joseph gets Saturday sweep to take series at Franklin
The Lions dropped the first game of the series Friday, but came back to win 2 Saturday to take the series.
Men’s track and field finished second overall at MSJ Invitational
The Men's track and field team hosted the MSJ Invitational Saturday where the team finished second and had overall remarkable results.
MSJ men’s golf team finishes second in Manchester Spring Invitational
The Lions traveled to Manchester Invitational on Saturday and Sunday for a total of 36 holes. There were ten teams with 50 players attending with the Lions taking second.
Mount St. Joseph tied for second in the conference defeating Hanover
Mount St. Joseph (6-7, 4-2 ORLC) on the season after defeating Hanover College (5-10, 2-6 ORLC) 10-3.
Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis loses to Ohio Northern in fifth match in five days
James Knoll was edged in a third set tiebreaker but no other Lions' player won a set.
Honors Convocation and Students’ Poster Presentations at Celebration of Teaching and Learning
Congratulations to all
Elvis, Sinatra show to benefit Lauren Hill’s Forever 22 Scholarship
Celebrate Lauren Hill's life with an evening of music and performances.
Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis loses 7-2 against Heidelberg
Ian Stutz was the star for the Lions, winning his doubles and singles matches, the only two victories for MSJ.
#PlayFor22: The Story of Lauren Hill” documentary airs tonight at 7 p.m.
Local 12's documentary pays emotional tribute to MSJ's #22
MountViews presents: “The Skeletons in Cincinnati’s Closet”
Join Dr. Beth Murray as she talks about her work with the excavation of bones in Washington Park
Cheer holding meet and greet April 24th and May 1st
Are you interested in cheering at the next level? The Mount St. Joseph Cheer Team will be hosing a meet and greet. Click the story for more details.
Lions move into fourth place in the ORLC with home victory over Franklin, 14-6
Lions dominate from the opening draw to defeat Franklin 14-6
MSJ Library Transforms
Director of Library Services Paul Jenkins has helped develop the MSJ Library into a unique space for students to learn.
Mount’s CORE 425 class launches #FillTheWell project
Students set goal of raising $5,000 by April 25
Celebration of Teaching and Learning recognizes outstanding scholarship, achievements
Congratulations to our award winners
Franklin topples Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis
Franklin jumped all over the Lions, winning 9-0.
Mount St. Joseph softball splits pair with Centre
The Lions dropped game one Wednesday at Centre College on run scored on an MSJ error in the 8th inning to break a 4-4 tie. In game two the Lions rallied to win 8-5.
The Mount Jubilee Announces Future Five Award Recipients for 2016
Tickets still available for annual scholarship event on Wed., April 27 at Music Hall
The Mount Jubilee to Honor Alumni and Supporters
2016 The Mount Jubilee Scholarship Benefit
Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis rolls at Thomas More
The Lions lost only one match in which it didn't default, pulling out a 6-3 victory.
Mount St. Joseph baseball can’t find offense in 4-1 loss at Earlham
The Lions struck first with a run in the first inning, and couldn't find the plate for the rest of the game.
Lions drop both games at Transylvania
The Lions lose both games at Transylvania by a score of 7-6 in each game.
Mount St. Joseph football announces 2016 recruits
The Mount St. Joseph football team once again is bringing in an excellent recruiting class in 2016 to add to a program that is 15-5 in the last two seasons.
Mount St. Joseph’s Alex Vohland earns MCVL first team honors
The junior outside hitter was named all-conference for the third straight season.
MSJ golfer Hensler rides weekend win to player of week honor
Mount St. Joseph University’s Eric Hensler earned medalist honors at the Hanover Invitational over the weekend and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Golfer of the Week.
Mount St. Joseph’s Hensler posts best overall score at Hanover Spring Invitational
The Lions traveled to the 36-hole Hanover Spring Invitational on Saturday and Sunday. The Lions placed third as Eric Hensler posted the best score among the 47 players.
Mount St. Joseph softball splits double dip against Manchester
The Lions bounced back from a 5-3 loss in game one for a 4-2 win in game two to split the weekend.
Mount St. Joseph women’s loses 5-4 on late goal at Franciscan
A late charge in the second half wasn't enough as Franciscan got the game winner with less than two minutes left.
Mount Women’s Lacrosse team records a 14-6 home win over Urbana
The Mount Women's Lacrosse team hosted NCAA Division II Urbana on Wednesday night. The Lion's won 14-6, improving their overall record to 4-6, conference record remains 2-2.
How to download Mount EmoJOEs
EmoJOEs are super fun and easy to download...here's how
MSJ design student creates “EmoJOEs” to bring life to mascot
Mount "EmoJOEs" now available to download!
MountViews presents: “Grandparenting in the 21st Century”
Join us at the Delhi Library on April 12 at 7 p.m.
Mount softball falls to Denison in double-header
The Lions (9-12-1) fall to Denison (11-9) in both games. In game one MSJ loses 13-9 and in game two they trailed the Big Reds 11-10.
Mount St. Joseph’s Merker named HCAC Golfer of the Week
Mount St. Joseph University’s Mikel Merker led the Lions to a fourth place finish at Illinois Wesleyan Friday and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Golfer of the Week.
Mount loses two games to Anderson
The Lions lose a conference double header against Anderson moving to (9-10-1, 1-3) on the year.
Mount St. Joseph pitches way to 3-game sweep against Anderson
The Lions were able to get back to .500 in HCAC play with the sweep.
Mount St. Joseph’s Cooper, Lengerich to compete in Brazil in June
Men's volleyball standout middle blocker Brett Cooper will compete in Brazil in June as part of a select group of DIII players from around the country. Lions' head coach Ryan Lengerich has been selected to coach the team for the 10-day trip.
No. 12 Mount St. Joseph men’s volleyball halted by No. 3 Carthage 3-1
Alex Vohland's 19 kills were not enough as the Lions (18-7, 9-3 MCVL) fell 3-1 to No. 3 ranked Carthage College (24-0, 12-0 MCVL).
No. 12 Mount St. Joseph’s season ends with 3-2 loss at No. 14 MSOE
The Lions (18-8, 8-4 MCVL) could not take advantage of a fourth-set lead, eventually losing in five sets to No. 14 MSOE 3-2.
Erica Walsh sets scoring record as MSJ dominates Theil 11-2
The Lions (3-6, 2-2) grabbed their second conference win of the season with a convincing 11-2 win against Thiel College (0-3, 0-7).
Mount St. Joseph men’s tennis dropped 7-2 by Saint Vincent
The MSJ men's tennis team won one singles and one doubles match but it wasn't enough, falling 7-2 to Saint Vincent.
Marriages, new jobs, new children, new grandchildren — find out what fellow alumni have been up to since the last Classnotes Corner.
Annual Celebration of Teaching and Learning recognizes outstanding scholarship, achievements
Awards will be celebrated at Convocation in the afternoon
Issues to Impact: “Poverty’s Role in Limiting Access to Education” on April 7, 7 p.m.
Event offers opportunity for public to discuss child poverty and education in the Cincinnati area
2016 MSJ Alumni Night at the Reds - **SOLD OUT**
Bring your family and friends to a fun night at the ballpark
MSJ women’s lacrosse trails Transy by one in OT
Mount St. Joseph fall to 2-6 on the season after a 8-7 defeat by Transylvania University (8-2, 2-0) in OT.
Lions split double header at Franklin
The Lions win the first game 4-2 in 8 innings, and lose the second 10-2
Mount St. Joseph drops third consecutive conference contest
The Lions drop to 1-4 in the HCAC after loss to Transylvania
Mount St. Joseph men’s volleyball libero Zach Kuebler named MCVL Player of the Week
The junior is the third Lions' player to earn POW honors this season.
MSJ, Cincinnati Recreation Commission team up to raise awareness for those with visual impairments
Fourth annual Goalball Tournament will be Sunday, April 3
Baynes resigns as Mount wrestling coach, national search underway
Head men's wrestling coach Dustin Baynes has resigned after three seasons. A national search has begun to find his replacement.
Five Lions honored as Academic All-Conference
The Lions have 5 student-athletes selected as Academic All-HCAC.
Gabe Stiver wins shot put and discus in Pioneer Invitational
The track & field traveled to Lexington, KY this weekend to compete in the 2016 Transylvania Pioneer Invitational.
Mount St. Joseph drops first series of conference slate
The Lions dropped 2 games out of the 3 game set with Manchester
Mount St. Joseph women’s lacrosse falls at Calvin College
Calvin College defeats the Lions 16-3.
Mount St. Joseph men’s golf finishes 2nd in Rose-Hulman Invitational
The Lions traveled to Rose-Hulman Invitational on Friday and Saturday for a total of 36 holes. There were twelve teams with 77 players attending and the Lions took second.
Mount St. Joseph men’s volleyball aces way to sweep at Wittenberg
MSJ (18-6, 9-2 MCVL) swept conference rival Wittenberg (14-9, 4-7 MCVL) 3-0 on Thursday night, keeping the Lions in the hunt for a spot in the four-team MCVL conference tournament.
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