The regular seasons for golf and women's soccer have drawn to a close. Meanwhile, the tennis and men's soccer teams see mixed results as the ends of their seasons also draw near.

Track and Field

The Cougars competed at SEMO in early April. The men placed fourth of 11 teams, while the women finished sixth of 12.

At Eastern Illinois last week, several Cougars earned personal records, including COVID senior distance runner Aly Goff, who won the 1,500-meter.

Tennis

Tennis has taken one win and two losses this month. The Cougars faced Belmont, winning 4-3 and remaining undefeated at home.

The team then took a 4-3 loss against Murray State and a 5-2 loss against Austin Peay, both away games. 

Golf

Golf finished 11th of 14 teams at the Missouri Tiger Invitational. Redshirt senior Zak Butt led for the Cougars with a top-15 finish.

The Cougars finished their regular season in Omaha, placing third of nine teams. Butt picked up his third top-five finish.

Men's Soccer

SIUE began April with a 3-2 loss on the road against Western Michigan. The team then faced Northern Illinois at home and claimed a 3-2 victory in double overtime, with sophomore defender Aaron Crabtree scoring the winning goal. This victory ended a five-game losing streak.

Women's Soccer

The Cougars’ game against Belmont ended in a 1-1 draw in double overtime. They then lost 2-1 against Jacksonville State.

The Cougars have earned a place in the OVC tournament as the second seed. They will face third-seeded UT Martin at 2 p.m. April 15. 

Baseball

SIUE Baseball dropped their first series of the month against Morehead State with two losses and one win. The team then competed against Saint Louis University in a one-off game resulting in a 16-10 victory.

In last weekend’s series, SIUE defeated UT Martin with two wins during a doubleheader on Friday, but they dropped the game on Saturday 14-5.

Softball

The softball team won their home series against UT Martin with two wins and one loss. The Cougars were then defeated on the road by Saint Louis University.

This past weekend, SIUE faced SEMO at home and was defeated in two out of three games. The team did claim a 6-5 victory in the final game of the series, which went into an extra inning. 

For the most recent results and updated season schedules, visit the Cougar Athletics website.

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