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Saints Sports Roundup: Through Nov. 9

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November 5
Men’s Cross Country
The Saints came in second place at the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Championship. Esrom Woldemicheal came in third place, crossing the finish line at 25:55.6. Earning All-WHAC First Team honors for the Saints was Esrom Woldemichael and Stephen Merchant. Kyler Vanwormer earned All-WHAC Second Team honors.

Women’s Cross Country
The Saints took second place at the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Cross Country Championship. Ashley Russo came in second place with a finishing time of 18:26.1. Finishing in 11th and 13th place for the Saints was Lauren McMahon and Mariah Ridal, respectively.

Women’s Soccer vs. UNOH
The Saints ended their season with a 3-0 loss to #6 UNOH. Siena Heights’ goalkeeper Meghan Bogg stopped six shots on net. Overall the Saints were outshot, 15-6.

Men’s Bowling
The Saints finished fifth in the Adrian College Open. Overall, Siena Heights had a total pin fall of 6767 while first place team Concordia finished with a total pin fall of 7060.

Women’s Bowling
The Saints finished in third at the Adrian College Open. As a team, the Saints compiled a total score of 6363. Tiffany Logan was the top-SHU finisher, earning sixth place with a total score of 760.

Women’s Volleyball vs. Lawrence Tech
SHU defeated Lawrence Tech in three sets. Paige Hudgin led the Saints offense with 21 kills and Gabrielle Kalugar ended the match with 16 digs.

Football vs. Trinity International
The Saints conceded a 16-13 contest to opponent Trinity International (Ill.). Scoring the lone SHU touchdown was Fox, adding 64 yards in 11 carries and 26 yards in 6 receptions. Defensively, E.J. Shaah and Raymond Williams Jr. led the Saints with nine tackles a piece.

Men’s Basketball vs. Trinity Christian
The Saints won 74-73 to non-conference opponent Trinity Christian (Ill.). Josh Winowiecki led the Saints with 15 points and 8 rebounds while Chris Pearl tacked on 13 points and five rebounds. Overall, the Saints shot 43.9% while going 5-for-17 (29.4%) behind the arc.

November 9
Women’s Basketball vs. Spring Arbor
In their first game of the season, the Saints beat Spring Arbor 90-62. Jaaliyah Arrington led the Saints offense with 18 points and five rebounds. She was followed close behind in scoring by April Watson with 16 points and nine rebounds.

Men’s Basketball
The Saints lost a close game to opponent Spring Arbor with a score of 65-68. Leading the Saints was Christopher Pearl with 15 points and six rebounds. Jerrell Martin added 13 points and two blocks for SHU.

Women’s Volleyball vs. Cornerstone
The Saints lost in a conference tournament quarterfinal match against #20 Cornerstone. Paige Hudgin led the Saints with 14 kills. Amanda Metz was the team leader in assists with 36 on the night. Gabrielle Kalugar finished with 27 digs.

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Saints Sports Roundup: Through Nov. 9