Sports briefs 4/16


After an away series in Hays, Kansas, over the weekend, the baseball team was able to pick up three more wins (7-6, 16-8, 13-2). This moves their current record to 18-17. The Bods return home to play a three-game series this weekend against Emporia State University beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 18 at Falley Field.

A game was played Tuesday evening. We did not receive the scores tonight, but they will be online at a later date.


With doubleheaders against University of Nebraska at Kearney and Fort Hays State University, the Bods came out of the weekend with two wins and two losses. This moves their record to 22-20 as they go into their double headers in Oklahoma this weekend, scheduled for a doubleheader against Northeastern State University beginning at 2 p.m. Friday, April 19 at Tahlequah, Oklahoma, and a doubleheader against University of Central Oklahoma at noon Saturday, April 20 in Edmond, Oklahoma. 

Track and field

The track and field Bods participated in the KT Woodman Classic down in Wichita, Kansas, over the weekend. During competition both men and women’s team collectively came away with seven top-five finishes including two event winners, three NCAA provisionals and two school records. This sets them up positively going in to the Long Beach State Relays beginning Thursday, April 18 in Long Beach, California.


The men’s tennis team found a victory against Lindenwood University Friday (7-0) and Ouachita Baptist University Sunday (4-1), but fell to Southwest Baptist University Saturday (1-6). Their record stands at 12-5.

The women’s tennis team picked up two wins over the weekend, defeating Lindenwood University 7-0 Friday and Southwest Baptist University 4-3 Saturday. Their record is currently 20-1.

Both teams will compete against Midwestern State University Texas this weekend in Wichita Falls, Texas.


The golf team competed in the Bearcat Invitational earlier this week. Final scores have not yet been posted. They are scheduled to appear in the MIAA Golf Championships Tuesday, April 23 in Monkey Island, Oklahoma.