UMSL senior Paul Richmond

Senior Paul Richmond tallied seven hits to pace the UMSL offense as The Tritons went 2-3 in its first five games.  (Photo by Danny Reise)

Women’s Basketball
The University of Missouri–St. Louis (21-7) lost a 78-74 decision to Indianapolis last Thursday in the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament Quarterfinals. Senior Alyssa Like scored a career-high 22 points, while junior Alexis Lawrence added 21 points. The UMSL Tritons were then one of 64 teams selected to the NCAA Division II Women’s Basketball Tournament and will begin play in the Midwest Regional on Friday against Lewis in Springfield, Mo.

Men’s Basketball
UMSL (16-12) saw its season come to an end on Friday night with a 79-70 loss to Wisconsin-Parkside in the GLVC Tournament Quarterfinals. Junior Tylor Wimbish scored a game-high 25 points.

Men’s Tennis
UMSL (3-1) defeated Illinois Springfield last Friday, 8-1, to collect its third straight win.

Women’s Tennis
UMSL (5-1) ran its win streak to four with victories over Illinois Springfield (9-0) and Southern Indiana (7-2) last weekend.

Baseball
UMSL (2-3) opened its season at the Russmatt Central Florida Tournament this past weekend. The Tritons swept Tiffin on Sunday, winning 5-3 and 3-2, to pick up their first wins of the season. Senior Paul Richmond tallied seven hits in the five games to pace the offense, while senior Tyler Bunge had five hits, including two doubles, and added two RBIs.

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Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride
Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.

Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.

Eye on UMSL: Sweet ride

Triton Leaders Allison Lendman, Ashley Schauwecker and Cole McWilliams take a seat in the newly wrapped, UMSL-branded red golf cart outside the Millennium Student Center.