Sports Briefs – 4/26/17

Up to Bat: No. 44 Dylan Lonteer, a freshman finance major, holding the position of Infielder swings toward a fast ball thrown by Empoira State’s pitcher. Shortly after, the Ichabods tackled a 4 point lead after several consecutive double hits with a final home-run made by Outfielder Darian Abram. In the end, the game would go to Emporia with the ending score being 13-7 in favor of the visiting team.   

Review Staff Report

Tennis heads to championship games

From April 29-30, the men’s tennis team will be playing in the NCAA Regional Championship matches. The following two days, the women’s team will be playing in its NCAA Regional matches.

5 selected for All-MIAA Men’s Tennis

Five Ichabods were picked to be on the All-MIAA Men’s Tennis team.

Senior Matt Barlow, sophomore Alejandro Valarezo, junior Blake Hunter, freshman Chase Brill and freshman Paul Haase were chosen.

It is Barlow’s second time earning the First Team honor after earning it after his sophomore season.

Valarezo and Hunter were also selected for their second First Team selection.

Brill, in addition to All-MIAA, earned Co-Freshman of the Year and Second Team honors.

Brill and Haase were both All-MIAA Honorable Mentions.

Track championship games on horizon

Washburn will travel to Bolivar, Missouri to compete in the MIAA Outdoor Championships. The event will be all day May 5.

WU Baseball heading to Sooner State

The baseball team will start the week off with a double header against Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

The games will be at 2 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. April 26 in Durant, Oklahoma.

Following those games, the team has a three-game series lined up against the University of Central Oklahoma. There are games at 3 p.m. April 28; at 2 p.m. April 29, and at 1 p.m. April 30. All of the games are in Edmond, Oklahoma.