Pankey is KIAC Field Athlete of the Week
Brian Pankey was named KIAC Men's Field Athlete of the Week on Monday, April 14. Read More
Pollmann Named KIAC Track Athlete of the Week
Sarah Pollmann was named KIAC Women's Track Athlete of the Week on Monday, April 7.
Upcoming Athletic Events
Tuesday, April 15
3:00pm - Softball at Missouri Baptist University
5:00pm - Softball at Missouri Baptist University
Saturday, April 19
All Day - Men's & Women's Track & Field at Dewey Allgood Invitational at Missouri S&T
12:00pm - Men's Tennis hosts Indiana University East at Tower Grove Park
12:00pm - Softball hosts Benedictine-Springfield at Forest Park CC
2:00pm - Softball hosts Benedictine-Springfield at Forest Park CC
Kovarik Named NAIA Scholar-Athlete
Uzendu Leads Nation
Photo by 31FourThird-year center Gozie Uzendu's 90.2% free throw shooting tops the NAIA Division II men's basketball statistics. See list.
Head coach Katie Payne leads the inaugural 2013 softball team. Practices begin when classes resume in January. The game schedule includes both local and regional opponents with two to three games per week. The season concludes in late April.
Euts Fall to Bulldogs
|Kelsey Toler had five hits against
BenU-S on Saturday.
Despite third-year infielder Kelsey Toler’s five hits on the day, the Eutectics succumbed to the Benedictine University-Springfield Bulldogs in both games of a double header on Saturday, April 19, at the Euts’ home fields at Forest Park Community College. In the first game, the Bulldogs scored five runs in the first two innings that went unanswered by the Eutectics. Then, the Bulldogs put another five runs on the board in the fourth and fifth innings to seal the deal. Toler and second-year outfielder Alyssa Farbak went two for three with one stolen base apiece for the Euts. But the STLCOP team left eight runners stranded, falling 15-0 to the Bulldogs, with Bailey Johnson taking the loss for the Euts.
In game two, the Eutectics found their bats, scoring first, and pushing four players across the plate in the bottom of the first. The Bulldogs responded with three runs in the top of the third and another eight in the fifth. The Eutectics scored one more in the bottom of the fifth, but Benedictine came back in the sixth with five more to finish off the Euts 16-5. Toler had three of the Eutectics’ 13 hits in the game. First-year players Molly Kallal, Kara Terry and Tayler Evans had two hits apiece. Farbak took the loss on the mound.
The Eutectic team is now 5-17 with two home games left in the season. On Tuesday, April 22, STLCOP hosts Missouri Valley College at Affton Athletic Association at 3 and 5 p.m. Then, the Euts will play their final game versus Robert Morris University-Springfield at Forest Park Community College at 12 and 2 p.m.