MEN’S TENNIS: Went 1-0 last week, winning a close contest with TLU, 5-4. In the match, the men won two of three doubles contests but fell behind after the first two singles outcomes went in TLU’s favor. Nick Pena, who’d teamed with sophomore Dayton Hancock at No. 1 doubles for a win earlier in the match, took a crucial three set win, 6-0, 0-6, 7-6 (1) to turn the tide and then senior Josh Ramirez and Hancock closed out the match with wins in their singles battles. The men are on pace to have their best season since 2001 and are 12-3 overall and 3-1 in the SCAC.
WOMEN’S TENNIS: Went 0-1 last weekend, losing a tough match (5-4) to Texas Lutheran. A slow start in doubles got SU into an early hole that the squad could not recover from. Seniors Karyn Swink and Kelsey Buczkowski did their best to get the win. Swink and interim doubles partner (sophomore Abby Knedlik was not available for doubles play) freshman Katie Smith posted an 8-2 win and Buczkowski won her singles match. SU also got wins in singles from Knedlik and junior Camila Anguiano. Schreiner is 10-6 on the season and 2-2 in the conference.
BASEBALL: Went 1-2 on the weekend. Schreiner built a 7-0 lead in the opener only to see it go away on a seven-run fifth by the University of Dallas, ultimately resulting in a 10-7 loss. The Mountaineers rebounded with a strong 6-2 win that actually took two days to complete. Sophomore Montana Hammack pitched very well through seven innings and had SU in front 3-1 when rains came in the bottom of the eighth to cause the game to be suspended until the following day. The Crusaders got a run in the eighth but SU put up three runs in the ninth to give sophomore reliever Payton Stanford breathing room and he closed the door for the win. SU travels to Hardin Simmons this week