Tori Foster, Sports Editor
The University of Missouri-St. Louis have had a great week for sports this past week.
The women’s volleyball team (15-2, 3-2 GLVC), defeated the Lindenwood Lions 3-0.
The Tritons hit better than .300 for the eighth time this season. They also recorded a season-high 10 aces en route to a 25-20, 25-18, 25-13 Great Lakes Valley Conference win at Lindenwood last Tuesday night in the first of three matches this past week.
The following are the highlights of the game:
Kaileen Herman, junior, marketing, finished with 27 assists, five kills, seven digs and three aces as she filled the stat sheet.
Two-week straight player of the week, Selena Nolte, senior, biology/pre med, recorded a match-high 10 kills.
Kylie Rudsinski, senior, biology, and Charlotte Richards, sophomore, business, each had nine kills.
Megan Woll, sophomore, criminology, tallied 13 digs.
Herman and Raquel Kessler, freshman, optometry, had four blocks each.
Morgan Childers, senior, supply chain management, added three acres.
Men’s golf team (308-289-297 – 894) finished in third place at its own Midwest Regional at Fox Run, held last Monday and Tuesday.
The Tritons carded a 894 (308-289-297), finishing five strokes behind team champion McKendree in the 17-team field and three behind runner-up Maryville.
Chris Ferris, senior, history, placed sixth individually with a 216 (76-70-70) to lead UMSL, posting his second straight top-10 finish.
- Chris Ferris (76-70-70 – 216)
T25. Antonio Padilla, sophomore, business administration (81-73-73 – 227)
T29. Michael Brothers, redshirt sophomore, business administration (75-73-81 – 229)
T38. Joel Sylven, sophomore, business administration (81-73-77 – 231)
T51. Nick Hedberg, freshman, (76-82-77 – 235)
T9. Reilly Ahearn, junior, (75-71-74 – 220)
The women’s golf Emma Thorngren, senior, mathematics, recorded her third straight top five finish, tying for fourth at the William Beall Fall Classic, hosted by Findlay last Monday and Tuesday.
Thorngren carded a 223 with rounds of 78, 72 and 74 and finished seven strokes behind the medalist.
As a team, the Tritons finished sixth on the scoreboard in the 17-team field, shooting a 943 (323-309-311).
T4. Emma Thorngren (78-72 – 149)
T38. Koranis Boonmadee, freshman, business management (81-76 – 157)
- Alesia Gonzales, sophomore, international business (80-82 – 162)
T44. Amber Wilson, sophomore, sports management (86-80 – 166)
T57. Tove Rosengren, freshman, finance (84-82 – 166)
The women’s soccer team (1-8, 1-6 GLVC) came up on the short end in a 2-1 double overtime loss, this time coming at Indianapolis.
Katelyn Grandcolas, freshman, nursing, took three shots, landing two on target, while Milazzo also had three shots.
Amber Hayes, junior, nursing, recorded six saves in goal.
The men’s soccer team (2-8, 0-7 GLVC) lost to the University of Indianopolis0-5.
Ben-Hur Kasprzak, senior, won the singles bracket at the UMSL Tournament hosted by the Tritons Friday and Saturday, defeating Jack Triggs of Maryville, 6-1, 6-1.
In the doubles bracket, Adrian Lessing, sophomore, business administration, and Karl Heinrichs, junior, civil engineering, finished as runner-up following a 6-2 loss to Lindenwood’s duo in the championship match.