Women’s basketball had mixed luck in their last two games. First, in a game against Tennessee State University, the team won 71 – 52. Junior guard Masyn McWilliams and junior forward Kelsie Williams led this game, scoring 15 and 14 points respectively.
The team couldn’t achieve the same result in a close game against Belmont University, losing 57 – 69. The game’s star was sophomore forward Mikalya Kinnard, who scored 17 points. McWilliams also continued to shine, scoring 12 points and making three of the team’s five three-point throws.
The men’s team played similarly to the women’s, winning and losing against the same teams. In a very close game against Tennessee State, the team pulled a 67 – 65 win. Senior guard Mike Adewunmi led with 18 points.
Facing Belmont University, the team lost 62 – 114. Senior guard Iziah James was the team’s top scorer with 12 points. Sophomore guard Shamar Wright and junior forward Sidney Wilson followed with 9 points each.
The Cougars came back with a 87 – 74 win against Eastern Illinois. Five players picked up points in the double digits, and junior guard Carlos Curtis led with 18.
Wrestling faced both Kent State University and Clarion University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, losing to each 25 – 15 and 21 – 15 respectively. Justin Ruffin, a junior in the 157-weight class, and Colton McKiernan, a junior heavyweight-class, led the team winning two matches each.
Cross Country kicked off its season at the Redhawks Invite. The competition resulted in top-10 finishes from sophomore Roland Prenzler and senior Kassidy Dexheimer.