Sports briefs 4/22


After a home series against Emporia State University, the Bods picked up one win and suffered two losses. This moves their record to 20-19 as they enter into their series against University of Central Oklahoma beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, April 26 in Edmond, Oklahoma.


Softball split both of their double headers over the weekend, going 1-1 with both Northeastern State University and University of Central Oklahoma. They will travel to St. Joseph, Missouri, and Maryville, Missouri, this weekend for double headers against Missouri Western State University and Northwest Missouri State University. These doubleheaders will finish up their MIAA schedule.


The golf team is currently competing in the MIAA Championships in Monkey Island, Oklahoma. Final results will be posted Wednesday evening.

Track and field

The Bods competed all over the map this past weekend with competitions in California, Kansas and Missouri. As a whole, they were able to record five NCAA provisionals, two school records, 30 top-10 finishes and 18 new personal bests. They return to competition beginning Friday in Joplin, Missouri, as they are scheduled to appear in the MIAA Outdoor Championships.


After competing in both Wichita Falls, Texas, and Durant, Oklahoma, over the weekend, the men and women’s teams both came away with one win (4-3) and one loss (3-4). The men’s team currently have a 13-6 record while the women stand 21-2. Matches for the MIAA Championship tournament this weekend are scheduled for the women at 9 a.m. Friday, April 26 against Missouri Western State University. The men are scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Saturday, April 27 against Northwest Missouri State University for the Semifinal in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.