Coach Margenthaler Featured on KFAN’s Dan Barreiro Bumper-to-Bumper Show

Coach Margenthaler Featured on KFAN’s Dan Barreiro Bumper-to-Bumper Show

APRIL 4 – Mavericks Men’s Basketball Coach Matt Margenthaler was featured in an extended interview with KFAN’s Justin Gaard as part of Thursday, April 4, broadcast of the Dan Barreiro Bumper-to-Bumper show.
Rebroadcast of 24-minute interview can be found on the Dan Barreiro Podcast found on iHeart Radio, Spotify and other streaming platforms. Margenthaler’s interview starts at 21:00 into the second segment of the April 4 podcast.

NABC Names Margenthaler National Division II Basketball Coach of the Year

NABC Names Margenthaler National Division II Basketball Coach of the Year

APRIL 1 – Minnesota State men’s basketball coach Matt Margenthaler has been named the 2024 Division II Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. This is the first time that Margenthaler has been named the NABC DII Coach of the Year. Earlier this season, he earned his fourth NSIC Coach of the Year award. He was also named the NABC Central Region Coach of the Year. The national award is sponsored by the Marines.

Denisha Cartwright Starts Outdoor Track & Field Season with NSIC Athlete of the Week Honors

Denisha Cartwright Starts Outdoor Track & Field Season with NSIC Athlete of the Week Honors

Denisha Cartwright, Mavericks’ All-American senior sprinter, began her outdoor track and field season with NSIC Women’s Track Athlete of the Week Honors. Cartwright placed first with a time of 12.81 seconds in the 100m hurdles at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. Her time ranks first in NCAA Division II this season. Her prelim time of 11.17 (2.9 wind) in the 100m dash ranks first nationally and broke her own school record.

Reeves and Miller Sweep NSIC Outdoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week Honors

Reeves and Miller Sweep NSIC Outdoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week Honors

Mavericks freshman Jabez Reeves and senior Shemar Miller earned NSIC Outdoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week honors Tuesday, April 2. Reeves (Woodbridge, Virginia) ran a time of 10.37 (2.2 wind) in the 100m dash at the 96th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays. The NCAA provisional time leads the NSIC and ranks sixth in NCAA Division II this season. Miller (St. Elizabeth, Jamaica) placed seventh in the triple jump with a leap of 15.65m (51-4.25). He ranks second in NCAA Division II this season.

Focus on Four: Vote Minnesota State Mankato the ‘Best’ for Fourth Straight Year

Focus on Four: Vote Minnesota State Mankato the ‘Best’ for Fourth Straight Year

Vote daily as Minnesota State Mankato seeks #1 ranking in the Star Tribune’s annual Readers’ Choice polling. Cast your vote at www.votemnbest.com/MinnesotaStateUniversityMankato. Voting closes April 17. For three years straight, Minnesota State Mankato has been voted Minnesota’s Best in the College/University category. Past recognitions were thanks in large part to all of the students who voted. Last year, the Mavericks were also voted as the #1 College Sports Team.

Chapters ‘Rock and Roll’ Through Greek Week with Contests and Awards April 8-14

Chapters ‘Rock and Roll’ Through Greek Week with Contests and Awards April 8-14

“Rock and Roll” is the theme April 8-12 as Fraternity and Sorority Life at Minnesota State University invites the campus to join in celebrating Greek Week. Activities include a Monday FREE hot dog cookout for the campus community as well as cardboard boat races, and the popular lip sync contest among the FSL chapters. The week concludes Sunday, April 14, with the annual awards banquet recognizing the Chapter of the Year and other outstanding accomplishments among the FSL community.

0.2 Seconds: Maverick Women Head to National Championship With Game-Winning Layup

0.2 Seconds: Maverick Women Head to National Championship With Game-Winning Layup

MARCH 27 – The Mavericks Women’s Basketball Team advance to the NCAA DII NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP GAME Friday after defeating Cal State San Marcos Wednesday night 70-68. The win came on an Emily Herzberg layup with 0.2 seconds left in the game. The Mavericks go for the national title Friday at 7 p.m. against Texas Woman’s University. The game will be televised on CBS Sports Network.

Annual Health Summit on April 3 Explores Link Between Good Health and Social Connections

Annual Health Summit on April 3 Explores Link Between Good Health and Social Connections

MARCH 21 – Exploring the link between good health and social connections is the focus of Wednesday, April 3, Health Summit. The annual event featuring more than 15 speakers is hosted by the College of Allied Health and Nursing. All sessions from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. will be in the Centennial Student Union. The event is FREE to students. Registration is required.

Minnesota State Mankato Will Honor Fall ’24 Reciprocity After SD Terminates Agreement

Minnesota State Mankato Will Honor Fall ’24 Reciprocity After SD Terminates Agreement

MARCH 19 – Minnesota State Mankato will continue to honor in-state tuition rates for prospective South Dakota students enrolling at the University for Fall 2024. The announcement by President Edward Inch comes after the South Dakota Board of Regents terminated the tuition reciprocity agreement between the two states beginning with the 2024-25 academic year. Inch said the decision ensures South Dakota students entering Minnesota State Mankato will not be impacted by unexpected higher out-of-state tuition rates.

Mavericks Calm the #1-Ranked Storm, 80-48, to Win Central Region Tournament Championship

Mavericks Calm the #1-Ranked Storm, 80-48, to Win Central Region Tournament Championship

MARCH 18 | BETHANY, Okla. (Maverick Report) – The #7 seed Minnesota State Mavericks (29-5) win the NCAA Central Region Tournament Championship, 80-48, in an upset victory over the #1 seed Southern Nazarene Crimson Storm (30-3). Joey Batt and Destinee Bursch combined for 51 points. The Mavericks advance to the Elite Eight for the first time since the National Championship team in 2008-09.