1 x - Morningside9-01.00012-1.9236-16-00-0Won 9
9Doane8-1.8899-2.8184-05-20-0Lost 2
14Dakota Wesleyan7-2.7789-2.8183-16-10-0Won 4
RVConcordia5-4.5566-4.6003-23-20-0Won 1
 Northwestern5-4.5566-4.6002-24-20-0Won 1
 Hastings4-5.4445-5.5002-23-30-0Won 3
 Nebraska Wesleyan3-6.3334-6.4002-32-30-0Lost 1
 Briar Cliff2-7.2223-8.2731-52-30-0Lost 6
 Dordt1-8.1112-9.1822-40-50-0Lost 3
 Midland1-8.1111-10.0910-51-50-0Lost 5
x - Regular Season Champion
1Morningside College
2Baker University
3Grand View University
4University of Saint Francis
5Montana Tech of the Univ of Montana
6Marian University
7Southern Oregon University
8Tabor College
9Doane College
10Kansas Wesleyan University
14Dakota Wesleyan University
RVConcordia University
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Saturday, Dec 5
(7)Southern Oregon University at 12:00 pm
(1)Morningside CST
NAIA Championship Series Semifinal
Saturday, Nov 28
(8)Tabor College at 6
(1)Morningside 51
NAIA Championship Series Quarterfinal
Saturday, Nov 21
(9)Doane at 14
(8)Tabor College 16
NAIA Championship Series First Round
(16)Saint Xavier University at (4OT) 69
(1)Morningside 75
NAIA Championship Series First Round
Saturday, Nov 14
Briar Cliff at 0
Concordia 48
(4)Doane at 7
(1)Morningside 55
Midland at 6
Northwestern 55
(15)Dakota Wesleyan at 48
Dordt 21
Hastings at 49
Nebraska Wesleyan 13
Saturday, Nov 7
(5)Doane at 31
Briar Cliff 17
Senior Day
Dordt at 31
Hastings 62
(2)Morningside at 80
Midland 10
Concordia at 10
(18)Dakota Wesleyan 17
(22)Northwestern at 38
Nebraska Wesleyan 44
Saturday, Oct 31
(23)Northwestern at 21
Briar Cliff 0
Dordt at 0
(5)Doane 73
Hastings at 15
Midland 7
Nebraska Wesleyan at 17
(19)Dakota Wesleyan 52
(2)Morningside at 44
(24)Concordia 21
Saturday, Oct 24
Briar Cliff at 7
(3)Morningside 79
(6)Doane at (OT) 23
(23)Concordia 20
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Morningside Football Players Visit Rome Elementary School
Football - Wed, Dec. 12, 2012

Players from Morningside's football team visited students at Unity Christian Elementary School in Rome, Ga., during Tuesday's NAIA Champions of Character program activities held in conjunction with the 2012 Russell Athletic-NAIA Football National Championship.

The players were greeted on their arrival with signs the students had prepared to welcome the Mustangs and wish them luck in this Thursday's national championship game against Marian University. The players listened to a cheer the students had prepared, signed autographs, read books to the students, and sang Christmas carols with them.

Cole Boger, a junior defensive back from Battle Creek, Iowa, was one of the players who read to the Unity Christian Elementary students.

"It was cool seeing how excited the kids were and seeing them so happy," Boger said. "I wish we would have had something like that when I was in elementary school."

The Unity Christian school system has a connection to Morningside in Tom Baker, who is Unity Christian's Director of Student Support Services. Baker grew up in Le Mars, Iowa, and attended Morningside during the 1985-86 academic year before he took a position with the Sioux City Police Department.

After visiting the school, the team attended a Fellowship of Christian Athletes – Champions of Character Luncheon presented by Chick-Fil-A Dwarf House & Fellowship of Christian Athletes held at the Rome Forum. The keynote speaker was Josh Niblett, a former three-year letterwinner at the University of Alabama and head coach of 2012 Alabama High School Athletic Association Class 6A state champion Hoover High School.

Morningside will take a 13-0 record into Thursday's 2012 Russell Athletic-NAIA Football National Championship game.

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