Sports Briefs 2/4

Washburn Review


The softball team kicked off their season over the weekend in Conroe, Texas, where they played six total games, including wins against Southeastern Oklahoma State University (12-1) and St. Mary’s (5-2). They fell short in the first four games of the weekend, putting them at a 2-4 record so far this season. They will return to action at 5 p.m. Friday Feb. 8 in Edmond, Oklahoma where they will compete in the Edmond Regional Festival. 


The Bods traveled down to Magnolia, Arkansas over the weekend where they went 1-2 in their series with Southern Arkansas University. They played a double header Friday, where they split (8-4, 2-5) and faced their second loss on Saturday (3-5). They head to Durant, Oklahoma this weekend with a 1-2 record to face off against Southeastern Oklahoma State University in a 6-game series beginning at 2 p.m. Friday and going until Sunday.

Men’s Tennis

The men’s tennis team went 1-1 over the weekend in Springfield, Missouri where they fell to Cameron University (3-4) Saturday, but came back to clench a win against Drury University on Sunday (4-3). They will travel to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma this weekend to compete against Oklahoma Baptist University starting at 2:30 p.m. Saturday Feb. 9.

Women’s Tennis

The women’s team advanced to a 2-0 record after competing in Springfield, Missouri over the weekend. They picked up wins against Cameron University (7-0) and Drury University (4-3). They travel alongside the men’s team to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma this weekend to compete against Oklahoma Baptist University beginning at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.

Track and Field

After their appearance in Joplin, Missouri at the MSSU Lion open over the weekend. The track team came back with 22 top-10 finishes and 14 top-5 finishes. Five Ichabods, including Tom Haug, high jump, Allexis Menghini, pole vault, Virgi Scardanzan, pole vault, Amira Linson, pole vault and Kyle Hinton, weight throw, set NCAA provisionals. They will all aim to set new records this weekend when they compete in the Bearcat Open in Maryville, Missouri.