UMSL Baseball

UMSL baseball (19-17, 17-11 GLVC) posted a 5-1 record last week.

Softball
The University of Missouri–St. Louis (36-5, 21-3 Great Lakes Valley Conference) went 6-0 last week with sweeps of Lindenwood at home and Bellarmine and Southern Indiana on the road. Junior Brianna Butler led the Tritons with six hits, including four homeruns and nine RBIs. Sophomore Hannah Perryman was 4-0 in the circle and struck out 19 in the second game at Bellarmine. UMSL continues its 10 game road trip to end the regular season tomorrow, traveling across town to Maryville. The Tritons then close out the regular season at Truman State on Saturday and at Quincy on Sunday.

Baseball
UMSL (19-17, 17-11 GLVC) posted a 5-1 record last week. The Tritons took two at Maryville mid-week before claiming wins in three of four games at Truman State over the weekend. Senior Michael Budka tallied eight hits, including three doubles and two homeruns. UMSL will host McKendree in a non-conference doubleheader on Wednesday before traveling to GLVC West Division leader Drury on Saturdy and Sunday for a four-game series.

Women’s Tennis
UMSL (16-6) earned a third place finish in the GLVC Tournament, hosted by the Tritons at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center Friday-Sunday. The Tritons defeated Bellarmine, 5-0, in the quarterfinals before stumbling to eventual runner-up Lewis, 5-0, in the semifinals. UMSL then downed Indianapolis, 5-1, on Sunday in the consolation match. The Tritons will await word from the NCAA on April 29 if they have earned a spot in the program’s first-ever NCAA Tournament.

Men’s Tennis
UMSL (11-7) suffered a 5-4 loss to McKendree on Friday in quarterfinal round action of the GLVC Tournament, hosted by the Tritons at the Dwight Davis Tennis Center Friday-Sunday. UMSL now waits to see if they are selected to the NCAA Tournament field on April 29.

Men’s Golf
UMSL sits in fourth place after two rounds played at the GLVC Championships on Sunday. The Tritons sit 13 strokes behind leader Indianapolis with 18 more to play today (Monday). The GLVC Championship features a 54-hole stroke play event with the top four teams following stroke play competing in medal/match play to determine the conference champion. The 18-hole semifinal and final medal/match play contests will take place on Tuesday. Sophomore Anthony Cope (71-70 – 141) is tied for second place individually, one stroke behind the leader.

Women’s Golf
UMSL will compete in the GLVC Championships this Saturday and Sunday at Annbriar GC in Waterloo, Ill.

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