Fall sports this season

Fall sports this season

Track and Field

The CBC Mustangs Track and Field team’s season is starting to get underway with meets and events coming thick and fast as this semester continues. 

Freshman Lindsey Risner is pleased with her season so far. Each week she is seeing that she is getting faster taking chunks of time of her race in every meet that comes. Risner also stated, “Everyone on the team is confident that they will all continue to improve as a collective.” 

Junior Josh Brown is another Mustang who is confident, stating that his objectives for the season are to win the conference again in the 110-meter hurdles and to achieve “personal best in every meet I attend.” 

Brown believes the team has what it takes to “qualify for nationals in the events we are strong in.”

Men’s Soccer

The Men’s Soccer Program boasts one of the youngest coaching core of any program in both the NAIA and the NCAA. As a rookie head coach, CBC Alumni Dylan Perdue said he expected challenges coming into the season. “Our rough patch is behind us and the team is well prepared to be successful as conference play starts,” he said.

The new additions to the Mustang’s squad have played a big part in the performances that have other AMC teams reluctantly looking over their shoulders.

Freshman Andrew Julian whose praises were sung by Perdue says he has been pleased with his personal season so far. 

“As a freshman it’s nice to have an impact on the team and to help them in whatever way I can,” he said. “The team has clicked at just the right time.”

The Mustangs have a tough conference schedule looming over them; however, junior Micheal Settle says he believes that the team can go all the way and win the AMC postseason tournament.


The Lady Mustangs volleyball team have gotten their record above a .500 for the first time since Dallas Christian College in mid September after their sweep win against Rust College on Oct. 19. 

Starting off with proper hydration and stretching is key to being a successful team, junior Brooke Schmitz explained.

“But the true game comes with having a positive mindset even if you might not have had a great day outside of practice. Because if you aren’t feeling your best you won’t play as such; therefore, by treating practice as a new environment you will be able to give it your all,” said Schmitz.

After the team’s 4-18 record last season they have almost tripled their win tally from Fall 2022. Head coach Rick Brown comes to CBC from Midwestern State University, an NCAA Division II school in Texas, and is already heavily improving his coaching record from last season. 

Women’s Soccer

In the “hardest season in terms of competition the program has faced” the women’s soccer team has been fantastic, according to Thabo Masoga, head coach of the women’s soccer team.

Masoga believes that this tough competition will only allow the team to improve and be more prepared for conference play. “And that is what gets me up in the morning,” Masoga stated. 

Junior Sierra Victory explained how difficult it was to play 90 minutes with little to no substitutes. “We have extreme quality players who are all able to fight through,” Victory said.  

With the Lady Mustangs striving for playoffs, it is going to be an exciting conference season.


Leave a Reply