Sports Briefs 3/24

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After traveling to Warrensburg, Missouri, over the weekend, the baseball team fell 2-1 in a three-game series against the University of Central Missouri. They return to action with the first pitch scheduled for 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 26 to play their first home game of the season against Baker University.


After a few cancellations due to weather and other circumstances, the softball team was able to get some swings in at the MWSU Regional Crossover in Emporia, Kansas, over the weekend. This means they will enter into their home double headers against both Missouri Southern State University and Pittsburg State University this weekend with a 14-16 record.

Track & field

The Bods competed in the ESU spring invitational over the weekend to start off the outdoor season. Both the men and women found success with the women’s team racking up 17 top 10 finishes while the men had eight. There were 17 personal records and four athletes who set an NCAA provisional. 

Both teams will return to action beginning Friday, March 29 in Raleigh, North Carolina for the Adidas Raleigh Relays.


Tennis competed at home Saturday, March 23, where both the men and women’s teams picked up wins against Augustana University.

The women’s team headed to St. Joseph, Missouri Sunday, March 25 and found success with another win for the weekend, and this time against Missouri Western State University.

The men’s record stands at 7-4 overall. The women’s record stands at 13-1 overall, while remaining undefeated in conference play, 4-0.

Both teams return to play with the women’s team starting at 2 p.m. Thursday, March 28 and the men’s team at 2 p.m. beginning Friday, March 29 in Emporia, Kansas, to face off against Emporia State University.


After placing first in the Washburn Invitational last week, the Ichabod golf team will have a short break before they compete again. Their next competition is scheduled for Friday, April 5 in Kansas City, Missouri for the NSIC Preview.