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Marian University Knights Football Team Head to Iowa

The Knights are back in the NAIA FCS Semifinals for the third time in four years and will head to Sioux City, Iowa for the first time. The #7 Knights will take on #4 Morningside College Mustangs (Iowa) for the second time with the first meeting coming in the 57th Annual NAIA Football National Championship Game on Dec.13, 2012.

Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. Eastern time and will feature the top-ranked rushing defense in the NAIA against the top-ranked rushing offense. Something will have to give on Saturday. Lucas Corley (p-b-p) and MU senior Alex McCool (color) will call all the action on Catholic Radio Indianapolis at 89.1 FM WSPM and 90.9 FM WSQM. Pre-game will begin at 12:45 p.m. Eastern time...read more

Marian University Honored at the Indiana Pacers Game

by Katie Bradley | Jan 22, 2014

More than 200 alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends of Marian University attended Saturday’s Indiana Pacers game.

Before tip-off, the Indiana Pacers honored Marian University for the opening of Marian University College of Osteopathic Medicine (MU-COM), Indiana’s first medical school in 110 years. President Daniel J. Elsener; MU-COM students Megan Ash, Ninah Clegg, Jonathan Adams, Ashley Heyman, and Thomas Sublett; and Knightro were invited onto the court for this special recognition.

“We had a great night. Not only did we get to watch an NBA powerhouse, but we also saw Marian University honored by the Indianapolis community. You felt proud to be a Knight,” said Jimmy Cox, associate director of student affairs at Marian University.

The Pacers earned a victory that evening, beating the Los Angeles Clippers 106-92. In the fourth quarter, Paul George stole the show with a reverse 360-windmill dunk.

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