Diogo Dias GLVC champion February 2016

UMSL freshman Diogo Dias’ winning time of 49.33 in the 100-yard backstroke just beat Drury’s Ramiro Olivares, who touched second in 49.40 during the Feb. 12 GLVC Championships.

Softball
No. 7-ranked University of Missouri–St. Louis went 6-0 last week, shutting out all six opponents it faced. The Tritons took a doubleheader from Christian Brothers last Tuesday before winning four games at the 8-State Classic in Bentonville, Ark., Friday and Saturday. Senior Hannah Perryman was 5-0 in the circle, surrendering just seven hits in 33 innings of work, while striking out 64. She tossed her 12th career no-hitter in Saturday’s game one against Southeastern Oklahoma, moving into a tie for fourth place on the NCAA Division II career charts for that category. Perryman followed up that performance with a one-hitter against Northwestern Oklahoma, throwing 18 strikeouts, tying the third best seven-inning single game performance in DII history. Offensively, junior Sara Kern batted .500, recording 11 hits, including four homeruns, and added 10 RBIs and seven runs scored. The Tritons (10-0) are idle until six games in Clermont, Fla., from Feb. 27 to March 2.

Men’s Swimming
Freshman Diogo Dias gave UMSL its first Great Lakes Valley Conference champion on Friday night, winning the 100-yard backstroke at the 2016 GLVC Championships. The Tritons finished seventh overall in the team standings and had several school records and personal bests over the course of the four-day event.

Women’s Swimming
UMSL broke nine different school records and added several other personal bests last weekend as the Tritons competed in the GLVC Championships. Freshman Amber Visser set new school marks in the 200-yard individual medley, the 100-yard butterfly and the 100-yard breaststroke.

Men’s Basketball
The Tritons lost road games at No. 13 Bellarmine, 81-71, and at Southern Indiana, 86-76, last Thursday and Saturday, respectively. Redshirt freshman Joshua Webster averaged 18.5 points, 6 assists and 5.5 rebounds per game, which included a career-high 22 points at USI. Junior Hunter Reine followed with 16 points and 6.5 rebounds per game, recording his third double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds at Bellarmine. UMSL (10-14, 4-11 GLVC) travels to Missouri S&T on Thursday and to Drury on Saturday.

Women’s Basketball
UMSL lost games at Bellarmine, 68-47, and at Southern Indiana, 76-69, last Thursday and Saturday, respectively. Redshirt sophomore Jordan Fletcher averaged 14 points and 5 rebounds per game, while senior Amber Daly followed with 10.5 points, 2.5 steals and 2 assists per game. The Tritons (9-14, 4-11 GLVC) are at Missouri S&T on Thursday night and travel to No. 12 Drury on Saturday.

Men’s Golf
UMSL carded an opening round score of 289 on Sunday at the Frito Lay/All State Intercollegiate, hosted by Jackson State, and hold a 22-stroke lead over Florida A&M heading into today’s final 18. The Tritons also have the top three individual scores, led by junior Julien de Poyen’s 70.

Women’s Golf
The Tritons turned in an opening round score of 315 on Sunday at the Frito Lay/All State Intercollegiate, hosted by Jackson State, and hold a 28-stroke lead over the host school with the final 18 to be played tomorrow. All five individuals sit inside the top eight individually, while junior Miranda Rohlfing, competing as an individual, leads the field with a career-low 76.

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Eye on UMSL: A day in the life
Eye on UMSL: A day in the life

Students from UMSL’s College of Optometry and College of Nursing participated in a simulation designed to expose them to the complexities of poverty.

Eye on UMSL: A day in the life

Students from UMSL’s College of Optometry and College of Nursing participated in a simulation designed to expose them to the complexities of poverty.

Eye on UMSL: A day in the life

Students from UMSL’s College of Optometry and College of Nursing participated in a simulation designed to expose them to the complexities of poverty.