Led by sophomore Daniela Viotti, the UMSL women's golf team placed third at the GLVC Championship last weekend. Viotti finished among the top 10 for individual scores, along with teammates Shweta Galande and Bailey Hopper. (Photo by Danny Reise)

Each week, the Department of Athletics at the University of Missouri–St. Louis compiles a roundup of how the various UMSL Tritons teams have fared. Click on the headings below for an up-to-date look at each Tritons team.

BASEBALL
The UMSL baseball team went 2-1 last week, including a sweep of Quincy (Ill.) University. The lone loss was a 6-3 setback to Missouri University of Science and Technology (Rolla). The Tritons were scheduled to play three more games against the Miners, but rain canceled those contests. UMSL enters the last week of the regular season with a 24-18 overall record, including a 16-13 mark in the Great Lakes Valley Conference.

WOMEN’S GOLF
The UMSL women’s golf team placed placed third at the GLVC Championship last weekend. The Tritons led the field by seven strokes after the first round with a 302 and shot a 313 on the final 18 holes to finish with a 615. The University of Indianapolis claimed the league title with a 605, shooting a 296 in the final round. The Tritons had three top-10 finishers, including sophomore Daniela Viotti (fourth), junior Shweta Galande (tie for fifth) and freshman Bailey Hopper (tie for seventh).

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