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March 28

Baseball vs. Saint Francis (IND).  L 6-2.

The Saints allowed three runs in the fifth inning and were not able to come back as they fell to Saint Francis, 6-2. Freddy Jehle and Brenden Baker each finished the game 2-3 with a double as Jehle added a run. Outfielder’s Brendan Green and Nathan Fryz added an RBI apiece for the Saints. Taking the loss on the mound for SHU was Chris McKiddie who pitched five innings, allowing nine hits, five runs and three walks to go with five strikeouts.

Baseball vs. Saint Francis (IND).  L 9-5.

The Saints dropped game two of the double-header to Saint Francis by a score of 9-5. Going 2-3 with two doubles, two RBI’s and a walk was John Watts. Outfielder Brendan Green went 2-2 with two runs scored and a walk for the Saints. Starting on the mound and taking the loss for SHU was Reid Olmstead as he pitched five innings allowing six hits, four runs (only two earned) and a walk to go with two strikeouts.

Softball vs. Findlay. W 5-1.

The Saints were able to score four runs in the fifth innings, which helped lead them to a 5-1 victory over Findlay. Going 2-3 with a double, an RBI, and two runs scored was Kris Forest. Megan Jones went 2-2 with an RBI and a run scored for the Saints. Earning the win for SHU was Lesley Ducat as she pitched a complete game allowing only five hits, a run and two walks to go with two strikeouts.

Softball vs. Findlay. L 7-5.

The Saints got off to a hot start but blew an early 5-0 lead and ended up falling to Findlay in game two of the double-header by a score of 7-5. Going 3-4 with a run scored and an RBI was Kenya Keller while Ashley Helmink went 2-3 with a triple and two RBI’s. Leading the Saints with two runs scored was Kyndle Wolfinger. Earning the loss for SHU was Lindsay Brandon as she pitched a complete game allowing nine hits, seven runs and five walks to go with four strikeouts.

Men’s Lacrosse vs. Concordia. W 14-0.

The Saints had no problem against Concordia, as they were able to blow past them for a 14-0 victory. Leading the Saints with three goals and three assists were Shane Lewandowski and Nicholas Lyons while Michael Birt III led the team with eight groundballs. Earning the win in net for SHU was Tyler Hooper as he recorded 10 saves to earn the shutout.

March 29

Softball vs. Rochester. W 7-3.

The Saints were able to score early and prevent a comeback as they held off Rochester for a 7-3 victory. Going 2-2 with a run scored, two RBI’s and two triples was Kris Forest. Kyndle Wolfinger went 2-3 while Haley Turk added two RBI’s for the Saints. Earning the win for SHU was Lesley Ducat who pitched five innings and allowed just one hit and a walk while striking out five batters. Ducat also went 2-2 at the plate with a walk and an RBI.

Softball vs. Rochester. W 8-0.

The Saints scored four runs in the first inning and never looked back as they downed Rochester 8-0 in five innings to win both games of the double-header. Going 2-3 with two runs scored, a double, a triple and an RBI was Kris Forest. Kenya Keller and Hannah Bleikamp added two RBI’s apiece for the Saints. Earning the win for SHU was Kayla Kormos with pitched all five innings allowing just two hits and two walks to go with four strikeouts.

Men’s Volleyball vs. UC Merced. L 3-1.

The Saints dropped the first two sets and were unable to comeback as they dropped the match to UC Merced by a final score of 3-1. Leading the Saints with 17.5 points was Tyler Hubbard-Neil while Matthew Dugan contributed 17 points and lead the team with 17 kills. Leading SHU with 36 assists was Keegan Crawford while Emilier DeJesus led with two service aces and 11 digs.

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Madonna. W 23-5.

The Saints had no trouble against Madonna as they were able to score 14 goals in the first half, which helped them lead to a 23-5 victory. Leading the Saints with four goals apiece was Kayla Parks, Marissa Cirino and Taylor Swartz while Aliisa Mason led with six assists. Earning the win in net for SHU was senior Tabitha Ferguson.

March 30

Men’s Volleyball @ Adrian. W 3-0.

The Saints had no problem against Adrian as they were able to sweep the first three sets to earn the 3-0 victory. Leading the way for the Saints with 9.5 points nine kills was Chris Horner while John Kalugar added two service aces. Leading SHU with 30 assists was Keegan Crawford while Emilier DeJesus and Ryan Hafner added eight digs apiece.

April 1

Men’s Golf @ IU-South Bend Invitational.

The Saints finished fourth at IU-South Bend Invitational. As a team, the Saints shot 339 through the first round and improved with a 326 in the final round, ending with 665 total strokes to earn fourth. Leading SHU was Aaron Bitz who tied for ninth place, ending the tournament with a 162 (77-85).

Softball vs. Indiana Tech. W 6-2.

The Saints scored three runs in the third inning, which was enough to help lead them to a 6-2 victory over WHAC rival Indiana Tech. Kenya Keller went 2-4 with four RBI’s, two doubles and a run scored while Kyndle Wolfinger went 3-4 with two runs scored. Driving in the other two runs for the Saints was Megan Jones. Earning the win for SHU was Lesley Ducat, striking out six batters in the winning effort.

Softball vs. Indiana Tech. W 10-5.

The Saints exploded for a five run second inning which helped lead them to 10-5 victory and a double-header sweep over Indiana Tech. Leading the way for the Saints was Kyndle Wolfinger as she went 4-4 with a walk, an RBI and three runs scored. Kenya Keller and Megan Jones added two RBI’s apiece. Earning the win for SHU was Lindsay Brandon as she pitched five innings allowing five runs before being relieved by Kayla Kormos who pitched two shutout innings.

Women’s Lacrosse @ Indiana Tech. L 23-10.

The Saints struggled, as they were unable to control Indiana Tech as they fell to the Warriors, 23-10. Leading the Saints with three goals apiece was Kayla Parks and Natalie Williams. Leading with six groundballs and taking the loss for SHU was Tabitha Ferguson as she finished with eight saves.

Baseball vs. Aquinas. W 1-0.

The Saints scored the lone run of the game in the sixth inning, which helped lead them to a 1-0 victory over Aquinas. Ryley Overacker doubled in Brendan Green, which gave the Saints the win. Earning the win on the mound for SHU was Kyle Kuhr who pitched the complete game allowing just five hits while striking out seven batters.

Baseball vs. Aquinas. L 10-5.

The Saints struggled on the mound as they lost game two of the double-header to Aquinas by a score of 10-5. Going 2-4 with two runs scored and an RBI was Brendan Green while John Watts also drove in a run for the Saints. Chris McKiddie took the loss for SHU as he pitched 6.2 innings out of the bullpen while giving up eight hits and three runs to go with three walks and six strikeouts.

Men’s Volleyball vs. Saint Xavier (Ill.). W 3-0.

The Saints were able to handle Saint Xavier as they earned the sweep for a 3-0 victory. Leading the way for the Saints with 18.5 points and 17 kills was Tyler Hubbard-Neil while Keegan Crawford led with 35 assists. Earning three services aces apiece for SHU was Emiler DeJesus and John Kalugar while DeJesus also had a team-leading 14 digs.

Men’s Lacrosse vs. Indiana Tech. W 14-10.

The Saints were able to hang on and prevent a comeback as they earned a 14-10 victory over WHAC rival Indiana Tech. Leading the team with five goals and three groundballs was Chris Acton while Nicholas Lyons led with three assists. Earning the win in net for SHU was Tyler Hooper as he made 12 saves.

Women’s Track & Field @ Spartan Invitational.

Asia Gardner and Mildrenae Young-Brooks finished second and third in the 100m dash, respectively. Earning first place in the 400m dash with a time of 57.21 was Alexis Moore. Alejandra Beltran finished third in the 3000 steeplechase. The Saints 4X1 and 4X4 relay teams placed first and second, respectively. Earning first and third in the high jump was Marissa Johnson and Morgan Kulwicki while Sheila and Tasha McKinley placed second and third in the pole-vault. Gardner also placed third in long jump while Charlena Williams placed second in the triple jump. Lastly, Tina Miller and Kennedi Kane placed second and third in the Javelin for SHU.

Men’s Track & Field @ Spartan Invitational.

Blaine Ellington finished second in the 100m dash and took first in the 200m dash with times of 11.17 and 22.21 for the Saints. Finishing in second place in the 800m dash was Brent Rodden. The Saints 4×4 team consisting of Ellington, Joshua Miles, Dominic Muessig and Torin Anderson finished in third place. Also placing third was Devonte Johnson in the pole vault. Robert Drew also placed third in the shotput. Lastly, placing in second place in the hammer throw was Jacob Compagner.

April 2

Baseball vs. Aquinas. L 4-2.

The Saints played a close one but were unable to complete the comeback as they fell 4-2, at the hands of Aquinas. Going 2-4 with two doubles and a run scored for the Saints was Brendan Green while Carson Wlad went 2-3 with a double. Scoring the other run for SHU was Freddy Jehle. Starter Reid Olmstead earned a no decision for the Saints as he pitched seven innings allowing only two runs. Tristian Roth suffered the loss as he allowed two runs in 0.1 innings pitched for SHU.

Softball @ Northwestern Ohio. W 6-5.

The Saints scored five runs in the third inning, which helped lead them past UNOH for a 6-5 victory. Hannah Bleikamp went 2-3 with two doubles and two RBI’s for the Saints while Kyndle Wolfinger went 2-4 with two runs scored. Lesley Ducat earned the win for SHU as she pitched four innings before being relieved by Lindsay Brandon who pitched the final three innings to earn the save.

Softball @ Northwestern Ohio. W 14-6.

The Saints scored 12 runs within the first three innings of the game to help lead them to a double-header sweep and 14-6 victory in game two against UNOH.  Hannah Bleikamp went 3-4 with a double, a homerun, two runs scored and four RBI’s for the Saints while Kris Forest and Megan Jones drove in three runs apiece. Driving in the other two runs for SHU was Kelsey Cherry. Earning the victory out of the bullpen for the Saints was Kayla Kormos as she pitched four shutout innings while striking out six batters in the winning effort.

April 3

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Cleary. W 22-4.

The Saints were able to run past Cleary and earn a 22-4 victory. Kayla Parks and Audrey Jarrad led the Saints with four goals apiece while Marissa Cirino and Casey Rappuhn netted three goals apiece. Aliisa Mason led the team with five assists. Earning the win for SHU was freshman goalkeeper Rachel Ries as she finished the game with five saves.

April 4

Women’s Golf @ Lourdes Invitational.

The Saints earned first place at the Lourdes Spring Invitational. Andrea Richards tied for second as she shot an 82 on the 71 par, 5876 yards course, led the Saints. Ashley Bearden tied for fifth with an 85 while Alyssa Fausneaucht earned an 86 for seventh place. Rounding out the scoring for SHU was Lauren Cojei with an 88, good for ninth place.

Baseball @ Goshen (Ind.). L 9-3.

The Saints were unable to rally enough runs for a comeback as they fell 9-3 to Goshen. Going 2-4 with an RBI and a run scored was Brendan Green while John Watts went 1-3 with an RBI double. Taking the loss on the mound for SHU was Erich Klingelhofer as he allowed six runs and seven hits in four innings.

Baseball @ Goshen (Ind.). W 7-1.

The Saints scored seven runs within the fourth, fifth and sixth innings which was enough to split the double-header as they downed Goshen, 7-1. Carson Wlad went 4-5 with two runs scored and an RBI while Deric Cain led the Saints with two RBI’s. Earning the victory for SHU was starter Robert Oliver III. Oliver pitched four shutout innings allowing just four hits while striking out three batters.

April 5

Women’s Lacrosse vs. Concordia. W 19-4.

The Saints scored 13 goals in the first half, which was enough as they downed Concordia 19-4. Leading the Saints with five goals was Kayla Parks while Marissa Cirino and Aliisa Mason tallied four and three goals, respectively, while tallying a team leading three assists apiece. Earning the win for SHU was goalkeeper Tabitha Ferguson as she made 10 saves in the winning effort.

April 7

Women’s Golf @ IU Kokomo Invitational.

Ashley Bearden was the individual champion at the IU-Kokomo Invitational as the Saints claimed first place. Bearden finished day one with an 83 and improved to a two-over-par 74 in the final round to claim the individual championship with a 157. Only two strokes behind was Lauren Cojei with a 159 (76-83). Andrea Richards scored a 161 (85-76) to earn third place while Alyssa Fausneaucht finished with a 162 (83-79) to take home fourth place. The final Saint finishing was Amber Dykstra in fifth place with 172 (92-80).

Men’s Golf @ IU Kokomo Invitational.

The Saints finished in third place at the IU-Kokomo Invitational. Aaron Bitz led the Saints with a 158 overall, shooting an 81 in round one and a five-over 77 in the second round, to finish tied for eighth. Finishing one stroke back was Nick Sanscrainte who finished in 11th with a 159 (80-79). The last two scoring for SHU were Nick Burnham and Jimmy Monteith. Burnham finished with 160 (80-80) while Monteith had a 162 (80-82).

Men’s Volleyball @ Benedictine-Mesa (Ariz.). W 3-2.

The Saints played a close one, but were able to walk away with a 3-2 victory over Benedictine-Mesa. Leading the way for the Saints with 21 points and 19 kills was Tyler Hubbard-Neil while Keegan Crawford led with 37 assists. Leading SHU with two blocks and 22 digs was Chris Horner and Emilier Dejesus, respectively.

Men’s Volleyball vs. Lourdes. L 3-0.

The Saints played three close games but dropped them all to fall 3-0 to Lourdes. Leading the Saints with 17.5 points and 15 kills was Tyler Hubbard-Neil while Keegan Crawford led with 36 assists. Leading SHU with 10 digs was Matthew Dugan.

April 8

Softball vs. Cornerstone. L 4-2.

The Saints allowed four runs in the first and were unable to complete the comeback as they fell 4-2 to Cornerstone. Going 2-3 with a triple and two RBI’s for the Saints was Kelsey Cherry. Scoring for the Saints was Kenya Keller and Megan Jones. Earning the loss for SHU was Lesley Ducat as she pitched a complete game allowing all four runs; however, only one run was earned.

Softball vs. Cornerstone. W 6-3.

The Saints were able to bounce back in game two of the double-header as they downed Cornerstone 6-3. Going 3-4 with two doubles, two runs scored and two RBI’s for the Saints was Kyndle Wolfinger. Coming out of the bullpen to earn the win was Kayla Kormos as she pitched 4.2 shutout innings, finishing with three strikeouts.

Women’s Lacrosse @ Lawrence Tech. L 21-8.

The Saints struggled as they dropped the WHAC contest 21-8 to Lawrence Tech. Leading the Saints with three goals was Aliisa Mason while Marissa Cirino led with two assists and seven groundballs. In addition, tallying seven groundballs and taking the loss in net for SHU was Tabitha Ferguson as she finished with 10 saves.

Baseball @ Lourdes. W 8-5.

The Saints were able to control Lourdes as they hung on to win the contest 8-5. Deric Cain went 1-1 with two RBI’s for the Saints. Freddy Jehle, Brendan Green, Brendan Baker, Carson Wlad, Ryley Overacker and Bradley Connochie also all drove in a run for the Saints. Earning the win on the mound for SHU was Kyle Kuhr who pitched six innings allowing four runs (three earned). Ben Finn earned the save pitching the final scoreless earning.

Baseball @ Lourdes. L 16-9.

The Saints gave up 12 runs in the seventh earning, which caused them to fall 16-9, in game two of the double-header against Lourdes. Going 2-4 with a double, a run scored and two RBI’s for the Saints was Ryley Overracker. Coming out of the bullpen and taking the loss for SHU was Robert Oliver III as he allowed five runs (none of them earned) in 0.2 innings pitched.

Men’s Lacrosse @ Michigan-Dearborn. W 11-6.

A strong second-half performance helped lead the Saints to a 11-6 victory over Michigan-Dearborn. Leading the Saints with three goals and four assists was Shane Lewandowski while Chris Acton scored three goals as well. John Holowaty led the team with five groundballs. Earning the win in net for SHU was Tyler Hooper as he recorded 17 saves in the winning effort.

Men’s Volleyball vs. Lourdes. L 3-0.

The Saints were once again unable to control Lourdes as they dropped the contest 3-0. Leading the Saints with 16.5 points, 16 kills and seven digs was Tyler Hubbard-Neil while Keegan Crawford led SHU with 38 assists.

Women’s Track & Field @ George Glass Invitational & WKU Hilltopper Relays.

Placing first in the 1500 meter run with a time of 4:50.41 was Ashley Russo for the Saints. Placing second and third in the discus was Amanda Geerlings and Ashley O’Neill. O’Neill also placed second in the hammer throw. In the WKU Invitational, Alexis Moore finished in third place while Marissa Johnson placed second in the high jump for SHU.

Men’s Track & Field @ George Glass Invitational & WKU Hilltopper Relays.

At the WKU Invitational, Keith Jordan placed fourth in the high jump for the Saints with a jump of 2.14m, which ranks him at number one in the nation as of now. At the George Glass Invitational, Blaine Ellington placed third in the 100m dash with a time of 10.72. Freshman Robert Milton placed second in the 200m dash. Anthony Vermilye placed first in the 800m dash with a time of 1:54.50 while Brent Rodden placed first in the 1500 meter run with a time of 4:04.66. Torin Anderson placed second in the 400m dash with a time of 55.01 seconds. The Saints 4X4 relay team consisting of Ellington, Joshua Miles, Dominic Muessig, and Anderson placed first with a time of 3:21.02. Kaleb Towns placed third in the high jump with a jump of 1.90m. Placing second in the hammer throw was Jacob Compagner. Lastly, placing second in the javelin for SHU was Joshua Jenkins.

April 9

Softball vs. Davenport. L 8-0.

The Saints were unable to score as they fell 8-0 to WHAC opponent, Davenport. Going 1-2 with a double was Hannah Bleikamp while Kyndle Wolfinger went 2-3 for the Saints. Earning the loss for SHU was Lesley Ducat who allowed seven runs (only two earned) in 4.2 innings pitched.

Softball vs. Davenport. L 10-3.

The Saints struggled defensively as they committed three errors in a 10-3 loss, to lose both games in the double-header against Davenport. Going 2-3 with a double and an RBI was Amy Nordstrom as Kyndle Wolfinger went 2-4 and led the Saints with two RBI’s. Taking the loss for SHU was Lindsay Brandon who allowed seven runs and four walks in five innings.

Baseball @ Lourdes. W 8-0.

The Saints allowed only two hits, allowing them to shutout Lourdes by a final score of 8-0. Going 2-4 with two doubles and two runs scored was Brendan Green while John Watts 3-5 with a run scored and a team leading two RBI’s for the Saints. Earning the win for SHU was Chris McKiddie as he pitched eight shutout earnings, allowing just two hits and four walks to go with nine strikeouts.

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