Sports briefs 2/11

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The Bods traveled to Durant, Oklahoma, over the weekend to face off against Southeastern Oklahoma University in a three game series. Unfortunately, their Sunday game was cancelled due to inclement weather, but the Bods were able to pick up a split on Saturday.

After losing the first game 0-1, Washburn came back with a 3-1 win and moved their overall record to 3-3.

The baseball team will return to action in the MIAA/GLVC challenge this at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13 in Joplin, Missouri.


The softball team traveled to Edmond, Oklahoma Saturday where they fell 1-10 to Rogers State University in 5 innings. 

Sunday, they went to Oklahoma City where they fell to Oklahoma Christian University (1-2) after their game against Texas Woman’s University was cancelled.

Monday, the Bods lost both games of their double header, falling 3-4 against East Central University and 4-7 to Southern Nazarene University. This rough weekend puts their record at 2-8 but they will have a chance to redeem themselves when they return to action in Bentonville, Arkansas to compete in the Eight State Classic beginning at 11 a.m. Friday against Ouachita Baptist University.

Track and field

Ichabod track athletes competed in both Maryville, Missouri and Allendale, Michigan over the weekend. 

The Bearcat Invitational in Missouri included four NCAA provisionals between the men and women’s teams.

The GVSU Big Meet in Michigan included senior Jacob Klemz taking second place overall in his 5,000 meter run. This is also his new NCAA provisional.

Washburn track and field will return to competition to participate in the Nebraska Tune-Up Friday, Feb. 15 in Lincoln, Nebraska. 


Men’s tennis picked up a win against Oklahoma Baptist University last Saturday (6-1), putting them at a 3-1 record for the season.

Women’s tennis also won their series against Oklahoma Baptist University 5-2 and improved their season record to 3-0.

Both teams will return to the court at 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 15 in Midlothian, Texas for their match against Southern Arkansas University. 


Men’s basketball picked up two wins last week against the University of Central Missouri (74-69) and Southwest Baptist University (74-65). These wins improved their record to 17-5.

Women’s basketball split last week, losing to University of Central Missouri (55-80) and picking up a win against Southwest Baptist University (69-58) and moving their record to 15-7.

Both teams will face off against Northeastern State University beginning at 5:30 p.m. this Thursday, Feb. 14 in Lee Arena.