A spectacular first half and a strong finish defensively gave the Miners one of their biggest victories in the last three years Saturday night, as Missouri S&T knocked off a high-powered Lindenwood squad 19-13 at Allgood-Bailey Stadium.


Facing a team that was averaging 44.5 points per game and had scored 122 points over the last two weeks, as well as having a victory in the ledger over an NCAA Division I opponent, the Miners held the Lions scoreless in the first half and got two key defensive stops in the final seven minutes to secure the victory.


For more on this story see the Monday, Sept. 26 edition of the Daily News.


A spectacular first half and a strong finish defensively gave the Miners one of their biggest victories in the last three years Saturday night, as Missouri S&T knocked off a high-powered Lindenwood squad 19-13 at Allgood-Bailey Stadium.

Facing a team that was averaging 44.5 points per game and had scored 122 points over the last two weeks, as well as having a victory in the ledger over an NCAA Division I opponent, the Miners held the Lions scoreless in the first half and got two key defensive stops in the final seven minutes to secure the victory.

For more on this story see the Monday, Sept. 26 edition of the Daily News.