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The Guy Who Got Attacked by the Deer
Rarely does a school get hit head on (pun intended) with a story so compelling that a writer can’t help but share.
MyMount Go: Clearing Up the Rumors
MyMount is accessible from your smart phone, but in a new form, called MyMount Go.
Versatile Professor to Retire After 33 Years
Michael Klabunde, who plans on retiring after next semester, has seen the many changes that Mount St. Joseph University has gone through.
Tipoff Classic Continues Lauren Hill’s Dream
With the opening of the college basketball season, Xavier and Mount St. Joseph women’s basketball started with a special game.
Capstone Students Join Forces for ‘Fresh Start’
One of the greatest things about our school is that there is always something going on behind the scenes.
MSJ golfer Ryan Korengel to receive David Toms Overcoming Adversity Award
Announcement made live on the Golf Channel's Morning Drive
Cold Nights, Bring Warm Gesture
Alum Amanda Gratsch'15 initiates blanket drive for Cincinnati’s homeless.
Glacken shoots 75% from beyond the arch as the Lions fall to Morehead St.
The Lions (0-4) fell to Morehead St. University (3-2) 117-53. Morehead St. is a Division I NCAA team.
Mount women’s basketball dropped by No. 15 DePauw
The Lions (0-3, 0-0 HCAC) fell to Indiana powerhouse No. 15 DePauw University (1-1, 0-0 HCAC) at Wilmington College, 68-42.
Last weekend to catch drama club’s “Six Degrees of Separation”
Tickets are still available
Women’s basketball clipped on road at Wilmington
The Lions (0-2, 0-0 HCAC) dropped the first road test at Wilmington College (1-1, 0-0 HCAC) 61-59.
Men’s basketball handed first home loss by Albion
Mount St. Joseph University (1-1,0-0 HCAC) lost its first game of the season to Albion College (1-0,0-0 MIAA) 70-66 on Friday night. The Lions were held to just 24 points in the second half.
Marriages, new jobs, new children, new grandchildren — find out what fellow alums have been up to since the last Classnotes Corner
MSJ wins this year’s Warrior Run College Challenge
Congrats--and thank you!--to graduate student, Jennifer Goodpaster, who spearheaded this year's contest
MSJ art professor to speak on ancient art and its impact on Cincinnati architecture
MountViews lecture to be held Monday, Nov. 23 at 6:15 p.m. at Clifton branch library
14 Lions earn All-HCAC football awards; Weaver named top freshman
Marvin Draper and Shane Kelly lead the way earning First Team All-HCAC honors.
FOX Sports’ “Favorite Moment” goes to Lauren Hill Tipoff Classic
Game on Saturday was the first annual tribute to Lauren
Fall Commencement to be held December 10, 2015
December Commencement will take place Thursday, December 10, 2015, at 7 p.m.
Elder standout Kevin Siemer joins men’s volleyball
Kevin Siemer, a 6’3” setter/opposite from Cincinnati has committed to play volleyball at the Mount this season as a transfer from the University of Cincinnati, head coach Ryan Lengerich announced today.
Women’s soccer places four on All-HCAC teams
Kaylan Gruber, Morgan Froehlke, Taylor Clark and Mackenzie Money have earned spots on the women's soccer All-HCAC teams and Kayla Eiben has been named to the All-Sportsmanship team.
Draper’s record-setting punt return earns him conference honor
Mount St. Joseph University’s Marvin Draper has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Football Player of the Week on special teams.
Men’s cross country team competes in NCAA Division III Great Lakes Region Meet
Josh King led the Lions, running a 29:48.7.
Women’s cross country competes in NCAA Division III Regional Championships
Senior Amanda Shelby runs a 24:47.3 to lead the Lions.
Men’s basketball starts season with wild overtime win
Mount St. Joseph University (1-0,0-0 HCAC) defeated Wilmington College (0-1,0-0) 98-96 in overtime. Jordan Henry knocked down the game winner with three seconds remaining to give the Lions the win.
Head coach Rod Huber gets 100th career win in 59-7 rout
Records fall as Lions' football ends season with 7-3 overall record, and second place in HCAC with 6-2 mark in conference.
Women’s basketball falls to Hiram in Lauren Hill Tipoff Classic
Mount St. Joseph University (0-1, 0-0 HCAC) drops season opener to Hiram College (1-0, 0-0 Conf.) 70-63 at Xavier University on Saturday afternoon.
Lions women’s soccer traveling to Europe
The MSJ women's soccer team is looking for players to join its tour to France, Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands. The trip is going to be eight nights.
Women’s hoops set for Lauren Hill Tipoff Classic
The Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball team opens the 2015-2016 season at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at Xavier University against Hiram College.
MSJ biology professor quoted in NPR story
Dr. Gene Kritsky included in "Farmers Have Been Enjoying The Fruits Of Bee Labor For 9,000 Years"
Three Lions earn men’s soccer all-conference honors
Tyler Schumann and Zach Kuebler have earned spots on the men's soccer All-HCAC teams, and Michael Huber has been selected to the All-Sportsmanship team.
Senior capstone students launch #FreshStartMSJU
Capstone course solicits donations to give a "fresh start" to women and children
Three Lions earn All-HCAC volleyball honors
Mount St. Joseph University volleyball student-athletes Jessica Wilgenbusch and Hannah Losey earned all-HCAC honors, and Jadah Jackson was named to the All-Sportsmanship Team, the conference announced today.
Football prepared to finish 2015 season strong
The Mount St. Joseph University Lions will close out the 2015 football season Saturday against a new foe, the Findlandia Lions.
MSJ professor presents “Helping a Loved One Through the Death of a Spouse”
MountViews session on 11/11 at Anderson Branch Public Library is free, open to public
Senior athletic training student awarded Greater Cincinnati professional development scholarship
Jessica Volciak, '16 was awarded the Greater Cincinnati Athletic Trainers Association Professional Development Award
Head Coach Rod Huber on verge of milestone victory
Now in his 16th season as head coach, "Coach Hubie" will lead his team onto Schueler Field on Saturday against Finlandia University (Mich.) in search of his 100th career victory as head coach.
Mount Veteran Resources
The Mount provides resources tailored to each veteran's unique educational experience.
Drake, Kelly earn HCAC Players of the Week honors after huge weekend win
Two Lion football players have earned HCAC Player of the Week honors after a stunning 27-26 overtime win at Rose-Hulman on Saturday to wrap up second place in the conference.
Lions get game-winning defensive stand in overtime for 27-26 win against Rose-Hulman
The victory gives the young MSJ team a second place finish in the conference behind only league-leading Franklin with just one non-conference game remaining.
Mount to honor Dr. Gloria Schaab with St. Elizabeth Seton Medal
All welcome to attend ceremony on Nov. 11, 7 p.m.
Mount designated as “Military Friendly®” university
Honor given to universities that offer military support on campus
Lions prepared for tough road test at Rose-Hulman
The Mount St. Joseph University Lions football team will travel to Terre Haute, Ind. on Saturday to take on the 7-1 Rose-Hulman Engineers at Cook Stadium.
Women’s soccer suffers 3-1 loss to Franklin in HCAC tournament
The Lions (10-5-3, 5-2-2 HCAC) most successful season since 2010 ends with second-half scoring outburst by the Grizzlies.
Student Alumni Association hosts networking luncheon for students and local businesses
Connect to Your Future is a networking event for students to learn what MSJ alumni and friends are doing in their field of study.
Women’s soccer begins quest for HCAC tournament title Wednesday
The women's soccer team travels to Franklin, Ind. for the program's first appearance in the postseason since 2010.
Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Visit Day on November 14
PTK transfer students are invited to learn more about the Mount at our Saturday, November 14 visit day
MSJ wins college challenge of the Warrior Run
Annual run raises money, awareness for suicide prevention programs
MSJ wins Warrior Run’s College Challenge for 2015
Annual run raises money, awareness for suicide prevention programs
Mount Drama Club presents “Six Degrees of Separation”
Tickets are on sale now for shows beginning Nov. 12
11 solo tackles, interception for touchdown earns Miller HCAC honors
Mount St. Joseph University junior defensive lineman Nolan Miller has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Football Player of the Week on defense.
Men’s soccer puts up good fight in season finale
Mount St. Joseph University (7-9-2, 1-6-2 HCAC) tied Manchester University (4-8-6, 1-4-4 HCAC) 2-2 after two overtimes in the last match of the year.
Women’s soccer overtime thriller ends in scoreless tie
Mount St. Joseph University (10-5-3, 5-2-2 HCAC) tied Manchester University (5-10-2, 3-4-2 HCAC) 0-0. Playoff game set for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Franklin University.
Volleyball rolls to 3-1 win to end season
Mount St. Joseph (11-17, 4-4 HCAC) women's volleyball team rolled to a 3-1 victory against Anderson University (9-18, 1-7 HCAC) on Saturday afternoon to bring an end to the season.
Men’s cross country travels to Shelbyville, Ind. for HCAC Championship
Mount St. Joseph University men's cross country placed 10th in the HCAC Championship with Chad Mason leading the way for the Mount.
Women’s cross country finishes 7th in HCAC Championship
Mount St. Joseph University women's cross country placed 7th in the HCAC Championship with Amanda Shelby leading the way for the Mount.
Late field goal lifts Lions to 31-28 win against Bluffton in stunning comeback
Mount St. Joseph University (5-3, 5-2 HCAC) scored 17 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to edge Bluffton University (4-4, 3-3 HCAC) 31-28 on Saturday afternoon.
MSJ Night at the Cincinnati Zoo for Festival of Lights
Plan now to join fellow alumni on Tuesday, December 8, 2015 for a special night at the Cincinnati Zoo Festival of Lights.
Children’s Center Fall Traditions
While the turning of the season brings changes on campus, some things remain consistent with the return of Children’s Center fall traditions
Coaches pick MSJ men’s basketball as top team in HCAC
The Lions, who shared the HCAC championship with Defiance last winter, received seven first-place votes in the coaches' preseason poll and 97 points overall.
Women’s volleyball swept by Bluffton
Mount St. Joseph University (10-17, 3-4 HCAC) fell to Bluffton University (15-12, 6-1 HCAC) 3-0. The set scores were 25-17, 25-13, and 25-22.
Men’s soccer pulls off comeback on senior night to beat Blufton 2-1
Lions win first conference game of the year against Bluffton University.
Lauren Hill Tipoff Classic game tickets available on campus for MSJ students, faculty and staff
Tickets available on campus for only MSJ students, faculty and staff; general public tickets available through XU box office
MSJ Employees take part in Employee Benefits Fair
Festive atmosphere gives employees a chance to learn more about benefits
Special visit day on November 11 for high school students
Register for our November 11 special visit day
Dr. Gene Kritsky to hold book signing at Joseph Beth Booksellers for “Tears of Re”
Kritsky's book explores the relationship between the honey bee and ancient Egyptian culture
Women’s basketball picked to finish ninth in HCAC
MSJ finished 6-19 overall and 2-16 in conference last season. The team has eight returning players including seniors Erica Walsh and Meredith Hartfiel.
Women’s soccer locks up postseason spot with 1-0 win on Senior Night
A late Kaylan Gruber goal gives the Lions a 1-0 victory, locking down a spot in the HCAC conference tournament.
Join Us for Discovery Day, November 18th
Attend Discovery Day to learn all that the Mount has to offer
Knasel’s goal-scoring outburst earns her player of week
Mount St. Joseph University women's soccer sophomore forward Morgan Knasel led the Lions to a pair of conference wins last week and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Player of the Week.
Women’s soccer hammers Defiance College 3-0
Mount St. Joseph University (9-5-2, 4-2-1 HCAC) defeated Defiance College (2-14, 1-6 HCAC). Morgan Knasel scored all three of the Lions goals to give them the 3-0 victory.
Lions ride 548 yards of offense to road win at Anderson
A balanced and explosive offensive performance was the difference as the Lions had more than 200 more total yards than the Ravens and cruised to a 54-22 victory to move to 4-2 in the HCAC and third place in the standings.
Men’s soccer drops close match at Defiance 2-1
Mount St. Joseph University (6-9-1, 0-6-1 HCAC) was edged out by Defiance College (6-9-1, 2-4-1 HCAC). Nathan Hornback scored the only Lions goal on the day.
Volleyball wins wild five set match at Franklin
The top six teams in the HCAC advance to the conference tournament. The win keeps MSJ's hopes alive with two matches remaining.
Football turns focus toward stopping tough Anderson running attack
The Mount St. Joseph University Lions (3-3, 3-2 HCAC) will travel to Anderson, Ind. on Saturday to take on the Anderson University Ravens (1-5, 1-3 HCAC) at Macholtz Stadium.
Seven Seconds with the Pope Worth the Wait
This was just one of the many events that the pope participated in, over the course of the weekend...
Women’s Soccer Team Deals with Ups and Downs of Season
A long winning streak at the start of a season in any sport would draw attention.
The Mount Drama Club’s Impending Triumph
Six Degrees of Separation is a complex play, an intense conversation that is both a challenge to stage and triumph to perform.
The Pressures of Being a Leader
As the creator and president of a club here on campus, Impact Cincinnati, I know the pressures of being a leader.
Pretty in Paper
Swatches of pink, white, and yellow billow and trickle out onto the floor below in waves of carefully cut paper.
Nothing Happening on Campus? Look Again
Since I first arrived to The Mount just over a year ago, the one thing that has amazed me is the lack of student involvement on campus.
Mount Welcomes First Fraternity
Delta Tau Delta, a leader in the Greek fraternity community, has started a chapter right here at Mount St. Joseph University.
Read About The Mount Community’s Cancer Research Efforts
Lauren Hill’s inspirational message proved especially powerful for biology students and professors.
Making an Impact: Summer Employment Program Celebrates a Decade of Achievement and Outreach
Personal reflections from Mount friends who knew Lauren Hill best.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author to speak at Mount St. Joseph University
Sonia Nazario, author of Enrique's Journey, to speak on November 3 at 7 p.m.
Men’s soccer falls to Transylvania 3-0
Mount St. Joseph University (6-8-1, 0-5-1 HCAC) lost to Transylvania University (6-3-6, 3-1-2 HCAC) 3-0.
Women’s volleyball drops tough five-set match at Transylvania
The Mount St. Joseph University women's volleyball team fell 3-2 against Transylvania on Wednesday night, the Lions record is (9-17, 2-4 HCAC).
Three Lions earn All-HCAC women’s tennis honors
Mount St. Joseph women's tennis players Shelby Betz, Morgan Hoehn, and Sarah Gravunder have earned All-HCAC honors, the conference announced today.
Women’s soccer defeats Translylvania University 3-1
Mount St. Joseph University (8-5-2, 3-2-1 HCAC) beat Translylvania University (5-7-2, 3-2-1 HCAC). Taylor Clark started the Lions scoring with the first goal.
Volleyball suffers 3-1 home setback to Manchester
A match-high 20 kills from Jessica Wilgenbusch wasn't enough for the Lions, who jumped on Manchester early holding the opponent to .103 attacking percentage in the first set.
Women’s soccer ties Earlham in two overtimes
Mount St. Joseph University (6-6-1, 0-3-1 HCAC) tied Earlham College (5-5, 2-1 HCAC) in two overtimes Saturday afternoon.
Football unable to handle powerful Franklin offense in HCAC loss
HCAC powerhouse Franklin College (5-2, 5-0 HCAC) scored four touchdowns and one field goal in the second quarter to break open the game on its way to a 52-13 victory against the Mount St. Joseph University Lions (3-3, 3-2 HCAC) on Saturday afternoon.
Late goal sinks MSJ in tough HCAC match against Earlham
Mount St. Joseph University (5-5, 2-1 HCAC) fell to Earlham College (6-6-1, 0-3-1 HCAC) 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.
Men’s cross country places 31st at the Jenna Strong Fall Classic
Josh King lead the Lions, coming in 208th place with a 29:33.1
Women’s cross country places 28th at the Jenna Strong Fall Classic
Mount St. Joseph University placed 28th in the 5k (3.1 miles) Jenna Strong Fall Classic with Amanda Shelby leading the way for the Lions.
Mount’s student Campus Activities Board hosts annual Community Trick-or-Treat
Grab your favorite ghouls and come to the Mount on October 28, 6-8 p.m.
Football preparing for potent Franklin offense, stout defense
The Lions travel to Franklin, Ind. to take on the Franklin Grizzlies on Saturday. Franklin comes into the contest winners of four straight games giving them a record of 4-2 and a perfect 4-0 in the HCAC.
MSJ faculty and staff create a buzz at the Queen Bee Half Marathon
Mount co-workers trained to race the October 10 event downtown
Third annual Duffey Conway Ethical Leadership Series features airport CEO McGraw
Registration for the Duffey Conway Lecture Series through October 26
Volleyball registers crucial 3-2 win against Rose-Hulman
The Mount St. Joseph University women's volleyball team rolled to a 3-2 victory against Rose-Hulman on Wednesday night.
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