UMSL Tritons weekly rewind
The University of Missouri–St. Louis won all five games played in Florida last week, including a 20-8 victory over Minnesota Crookston on Saturday that gave Head Coach Jim Brady his 800th career victory. The Tritons also posted a 35-10 win over Cedarville earlier in the week and in the five games outscored their opponents 72-29. Senior Dominic Orlando batted .476, recording 10 hits, including five doubles and one triple, nine RBIs and nine runs. Junior Tanner Hudson tallied a team-best 12 hits, while senior Jose Ortiz posted 12 RBIs, two coming on a walk-off double to give UMSL a 5-4 win over Upper Iowa. UMSL (10-1) is at the Midwest Regional Crossover this weekend in Carmel, Ind., for four games.
No. 7-ranked UMSL went 6-0 at home last week, including 4-0 in Great Lakes Valley Conference play as league action started with sweeps of Wisconsin-Parkside and Lewis. The Tritons outscored their opponents 24-6 on the week with senior Hannah Perryman going 4-0 in the circle. Her win on Saturday over Lewis gave her 100 career victories in the circle. Offensively, sophomore Rachel Matthies tallied seven hits, while sophomore Jennah Perryman recorded three home runs, including a grand slam in the second game against Lewis. UMSL (22-1, 4-0 GLVC) closes out its current homestand on Wednesday, hosting Lincoln in non-conference play before returning to the GLVC schedule with road doubleheaders at McKendree and lllinois Springfield on Saturday and Sunday, respectively.
UMSL picked up an 8-1 win at Bellarmine on Saturday night, sweeping all six singles matches. The Tritons improve to 7-0 overall and host Emporia State and Southern Indiana on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
UMSL rallied from a 2-1 doubles deficit by sweeping all six singles matches en route to a 7-2 win at Bellarmine on Saturday night. The Tritons improve to 7-2 overall and travel to Lindenwood on Tuesday before hosting Emporia State and Southern Indiana on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Sophomore Diogo Dias swam in four events last week at the NCAA Division II Championships. His best finish came in the 100-yard backstroke, where he was 19th. For Dias’ complete results throughout the week, click here.
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