Let’s Get Ready to Rumble!

Inside the Ring of the Haskell Boxing Club You talk the talk, but can you fight the fight? The Haskell Boxing Club is taking on the battles inside and outside the ring. The organization began in 2002 and is as strong as ever. Club sponsor and Haskell Instructor Lucas Miller describes the club as, “An Read More …

Haskell Feels the Tinder and Snapchat Craze

Tinder and Snapchat have taken the college worlds by storm in just a short amount of time. Out of pure curiosity, I wanted to see this for myself if it was going on around Haskell. As a result, I found myself surveying people around campus about it. The results were interesting… The Apps Tinder is Read More …

Haskell Fellowship of Christian Athletes Reaches Campus

All year long, students have gathered at the Morris Baptist Center on Tuesday nights at 8:01pm for Haskell Fellowship of Christian Athletes (also known as FCA). The outreach is an athletics based ministry, but is open to all students.  FCA Director, John Morris hosts the weekly huddle meetings at the building named after his parents, Read More …

Miss Haskell, Beartrack takes on multiple roles

Haskell third-year student, Brettnee Beartrack finds herself very busy these days. Beartrack is mostly known for her title as Miss Haskell, but Beartrack does much more than that. After redshirting last season, Beartrack has returned to the diamond for her second season with the Haskell Softball team. She also is spending a good part of Read More …

Downing Laying Down a Foundation for Haskell Basketball’s Future

The 1st year Head Coach has brought in a new attitude and convinced his players to buy into his system going forward. Matthew “Cougar” Downing Jr. is wrapping up his first season as the Head Men’s Basketball Coach at Haskell.  While the team has struggled as of late, Downing has laid the groundwork for something Read More …

Davis sees progress in athletics department

Todd Davis (Cherokee) is finishing up his first year as Athletic Director here at Haskell Indian Nations University and is working out issues he inherited. After 14 years in the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference, Haskell was left without a league for this season, as the conference folded and forced the school to become an independent. Read More …

Halito Mr. President!

    President Obama Pays Visit to Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma at Durant High School on Wednesday By Tyler Jones, @TylerJonesLive DURANT, OKLA- Wednesday July 15th, 2015 was not your average day in Choctaw Territory. In fact, it was a day that will be remembered for years to come. He’s known by many names, the Commander Read More …

Voice of Oklahoma State Baseball and Wrestling Rex Holt (Choctaw) Reflects on Time with the Cowboys

Rex Holt Enjoys Broadcasting Career with Oklahoma State By Tyler Jones, @TylerJonesLive For the last three decades, Oklahoma State fans have the voice of Rex Holt come through their radios, calling Cowboy Athletics. Holt has been heard on the Oklahoma State Cowboy Radio Network for the last 33 years calling Cowboys Baseball and 29 years Read More …

MCAC Demise: What’s Next for Haskell Athletics?

By Tyler Jones, @TylerJonesLive And then there were three, three schools without a conference that is. The demise of the Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) has been a fast one. For the 2014-15 sports season, the league was home to nine member institutions from the Midwestern United States. The league stretched from Kansas to Missouri, Read More …

Billy Mills Goes 1-on-1 with Tyler Jones

By Tyler Jones, @TylerJonesLive Last week, we brought a story on Billy Mills’ visit to Haskell Indian Nations University. This week, we bring you an exclusive interview with Mills, on the latest edition of “The Dr. Report with Tyler Jones.” Mills discuses his time at Haskell, KU, Olympic Career and his impact on Native American Youth. The Read More …