UMSL freshman Alex Stupek

Freshman Alex Stupek had nine hits in four games, including two home runs and a grand slam. The UMSL Tritons finished 3-1 for the week. (Photo by Danny Reise)

Women’s Basketball
The University of Missouri–St. Louis (21-8) saw its season come to an end with a 69-64 to Lewis last Friday in the NCAA Tournament. The UMSL Tritons were led by senior Devonna Smith‘s 23 points and 11 rebounds. Smith also scored her 1,000th career point in the contest, becoming the 13th player in program history to achieve that feat.

UMSL (8-2) swept Christian Brothers at home last Thursday before splitting at NCAA Division I Southeast Missouri State on Saturday. Freshman Alex Stupek had nine hits in the four games, including two home runs and a grand slam at SEMO. Junior Brittni Chapman tossed two victories from the circle. The Tritons will host Upper Iowa on Wednesday before traveling to McKendree on Thursday. UMSL then returns home Saturday and Sunday, hosting Quincy and Truman State, respectively.

UMSL (3-6) went 1-3 in a four-game home series with Indianapolis last weekend. Senior Paul Richmond tallied a team-best five hits, while freshman Jake Beckwith had three hits and three RBIs. UMSL will travel to McKendree on Wednesday for a single game before a four-game series at Wisconsin-Parkside on Saturday and Sunday.

Men’s Tennis
UMSL (4-2) rallied for a 5-4 victory over Lewis on Friday, but suffered a 6-0 setback to No. 20 ranked Northwest Missouri State on Saturday.

Women’s Tennis
UMSL (5-3) lost matches to Lewis (6-3) on Friday and to Northwest Missouri State (5-2) last Saturday. Senior Nina Bellanger went 2-0 in singles for the Tritons.

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Mary Ann Mitchell

Mary Ann Mitchell