UMSL claimed its second straight GLVC championship last Tuesday, defeating Indianapolis, 4-1, in the match play final. As stroke play concluded on Monday, freshman James Henderson and junior Julien de Poyen both earned All-GLVC honors for their top five finishes individually. UMSL begins NCAA Midwest/Central Regional play next Tuesday in Allendale, Mich.

UMSL claimed its second straight GLVC championship last Tuesday in men’s golf, defeating Indianapolis, 4-1, in the match play final.

Softball
No. 6-ranked University of Missouri–St. Louis wrapped up the regular season with road sweeps at Bellarmine and Southern Indiana. Junior Alex Stupek led the offense with six hits, including three doubles, four RBIs and three runs scored, while in game one victory at Bellarmine on Saturday, senior Erin Walker and junior Sara Kern went back-to-back with home runs in the top of the seventh to give UMSL the win. Then in Sunday’s game two at Southern Indiana, sophomore Jennah Perryman delivered a grand slam to turn a 1-0 deficit into a 4-1 lead en route to the victory. Senior Hannah Perryman was 3-0 in the circle. UMSL (48-5, 26-4 GLVC) will be the No. 2 seed in this weekend’s GLVC Tournament. The Tritons open play on Friday against No. 7 seed McKendree.

Men’s Tennis
UMSL closed out the regular season with a 3-0 record last week with wins over Illinois Springfield (7-2), Rockhurst (6-3) and William Jewell (9-0). Sophomore Alberto Maza Martin went a combined 6-0 on the week in singles and doubles. The Tritons (16-4, 4-1 GLVC) secured the No. 2 West seed in this weekend’s GLVC Tournament hosted by Lewis in Romeoville, Ill. UMSL will face No. 3 East Lewis in Friday morning’s quarterfinals.

Women’s Tennis
UMSL was 2-1 last weekend, garnering wins over Illinois Springfield (8-1) and William Jewell (9-0) with its lone loss coming to Rockhurst (5-4). Senior Natalia Carvalhais and sophomore Patricia Maya both went 5-1 on the week, each going 3-0 in singles. The Tritons (17-7, 4-2 GLVC) head to the GLVC Tournament this weekend. UMSL, the No. 3 West seed, will face Indianapolis, the No. 2 East seed, on Friday in the quarterfinals.

Men’s Golf
UMSL claimed its second straight GLVC championship last Tuesday, defeating Indianapolis, 4-1, in the match play final. As stroke play concluded on Monday, freshman James Henderson and junior Julien de Poyen both earned All-GLVC honors for their top five finishes individually. Henderson tied for third place, turning in a score of 213, tying the third best individual 54-hole score in program history with rounds of 75, 68 and 70, while de Poyen finished in a tie for fifth place with a score of 215 (69-73-73). UMSL begins NCAA Midwest/Central Regional play next Tuesday in Allendale, Mich. The Tritons are the No. 1 seed in the Midwest.

Women’s Golf
UMSL recorded its second straight GLVC Championship runner-up finish. The Tritons turned in a 54-hole school record 920 behind rounds of 311, 304 and 305. Three players finished in the top 10, including sophomores Ares Boira and Alexa Capesius, who tied for seventh place with a score of 229, which equals the second best individual 54-hole score in program history. UMSL will officially learn of its NCAA East Regional bid on Monday evening. The Tritons begin play in the regional tournament on Sunday in Springfield, Ill.

Baseball
UMSL posted a 2-3 record last week. The Tritons rallied to defeat No. 19-ranked Indianapolis during the week and then won the first game of a four-game series at Truman State. Senior Justin Busekrus tallied eight hits, six runs and four RBIs, while junior Tanner Hudson also had eight hits and five RBIs. UMSL (24-16, 7-13 GLVC) travels to Southern Indiana on Wednesday night before hosting Missouri S&T in a four-game series on Saturday and Sunday to wrap up the home portion of its schedule.

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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.