Sports briefs 4/2


After traveling down to Maryville, Missouri, over the weekend, the baseball team suffered three losses to Northwest Missouri State University in a three-game series. 

These losses move the Ichabods’ record to 12-16 as they enter their next game this Friday, April 5 at 5 p.m. here at home on Falley Field.


The Bods finally got their chance to play here in Topeka at Hummer Sports Park over the weekend after many previous cancellations.

They were able to pull off both wins against Pittsburg State University but split their double header against Missouri Southern State University, ending the weekend 3-1.

Their record is now an even 17-17 and their next appearance will be this weekend in Warrensburg, MO, beginning Friday at 3 p.m.


The golf team had a few weeks off after their win in the Washburn Invitational March 19, but will return to play this weekend at the NSIC Preview in Kansas city, Missouri.

Track and field

Both the mens and womens team competed in the ESU relays in Emporia, Kansas, over the weekend.

The womens team had 24 top-five finishes, an NCAA provisional qualifier and three event winners.

The mens team had 16 top-five finishes including two NCAA provisional qualifiers, three event winners and two new school records set. 

Ichabod track and field returns to compete in the West A&M Classic this weekend in Canyon, TX.


The men’s and women’s teams both took down William Jewell in 7-0 sweeps on Tuesday. The men are now 9-4 overall and the women have extended their winning streak to 15-1. 

The women will compete in their final home matches this Friday and Saturday at 2 p.m. and 12 p.m. respectfully.