Sports briefs 2/18


Baseball spent the weekend in Joplin, Missouri where they competed in the MIAA/GLVC challenge. There, they scored two wins (21-2, 7-6) and one loss (0-9). This performance moved their record to 5-4. 

They will return to action this Friday, Feb. 22 to face Lindenwood University for a three-game series in St. Charles, Missouri.


After their appearance in the Eight State Classic was blocked by cancellations due to extreme weather, the softball team travelled to Conway, Arkansas to gain some exposure in the Conway Regional Crossover. 

The Bods were able to find success going 5-1 over a four-day span lasting from Friday through Monday. This moved their record to 7-9. 

The softball team was set to appear in the ESU classic this weekend, but due to predicted extreme weather, all scheduled games have been cancelled and have not been rescheduled.

Track and field

With their successes in the Nebraska Tune-Up over the weekend, the track and field Bods are set to compete in the MIAA indoor championships starting this Friday in Maryville, Missouri. 

Kyle Hinton, weight throw, continues to break school records as he set another in the NCAA provisional with a throw of 19.74 meters/64-09.25. 


Women’s tennis had success in both Midlothian, Texas and Dallas, Texas with wins against Southern Arkansas University (5-2) and Dallas Baptist University (5-2).They remain undefeated as they go into their face-off with Air Force Academy at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 22 here at home.

Men’s tennis split their matches this weekend in Texas, winning 4-0 against Dallas Baptist University and losing 3-4 to Southern Arkansas University. Their record is now 4-2.


Both the men and women’s teams won both of their games last week, taking down Northeastern State University and University of Central Oklahoma. They return to action with the women beginning at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 21 in St. Charles, Missouri to face off against Lindenwood University.