Tyler Collico, a sophomore on the UMSL Tritons men's soccer team

Tyler Collico (10), a sophomore on the UMSL Tritons men’s soccer team, scored one of two goals in the university’s 2-1 win last week over Drury. Sophomore Nick Cherry had the other goal.

The University of Missouri–St. Louis bounced back from a 3-0 loss at No. 18 ranked Truman State on Friday night to post a 3-0 victory at Quincy on Saturday. Senior Chelsea Burkle averaged 4.17 kills per set in the two matches to pace the offense. UMSL (9-6, 5-2 Great Lakes Valley Conference) will host Lindenwood Tuesday night in a nonconference contest before returning to the road in GLVC play, traveling to Drury on Friday night and Missouri S&T on Saturday.

Men’s Soccer
The UMSL Tritons posted a 2-1 victory over No. 4 ranked Drury on Friday night behind goals from sophomores Tyler Collico and Nick Cherry, but suffered a 2-1 overtime loss to Missouri S&T on Sunday. Senior Matt Burrus had the UMSL goal in that game. The Tritons (4-6, 3-5 GLVC) will travel to William Jewell on Friday night before a contest at Rockhurst on Sunday.

Women’s Soccer
UMSL posted a 1-1 double overtime tie against Drury on Friday night before dropping a 1-0 decision to Missouri S&T on Sunday. In the tie against the Panthers, sophomore Haley Larson headed in a goal, while senior Kaitlyn Smugala recorded a career-high 10 saves in goal. The Tritons (4-5-1, 2-5-1 GLVC) are at William Jewell on Friday and at Rockhurst on Sunday.

Women’s Golf
UMSL was idle last weekend, but returns to action this weekend to host the Oak Terrace Fall Invitational in Pana, Ill., to close out the fall portion of its schedule.

Men’s Golf
The Tritons are in sunny Florida for the Guy Harvey Invitational today and tomorrow, hosted by Nova Southeastern.

Ryan Heinz

Ryan Heinz

Eye on UMSL: Tending the gardens

Biology student James Ott and Sustainable Energy & Environmental Coordinator Katy Mike Smaistrla pull weeds last week in the native gardens north of the Recreation Wellness Center.