SIUE won their second Ohio Valley Conference series of the season against U.T. Martin, with a score of 8-7 in the opener and a score of 9-6 for the second game later that night. The last game of the weekend went to U.T. Martin with a final score of 14-5.
After two offensive-heavy wins on Friday and Saturday, the Cougars were able to pull a win from behind on Sunday against South Dakota State University with a final score of 4-3.
Brock Weimer, senior catcher for SIUE baseball, slides in home for the eleventh time this season, breaking the school record for career home runs.
Cougars’ track and field achieved high marks at last weekend’s Tom Botts Invitational at the University of Missouri, especially in distance events. Senior Ben Scamihorn placed first in the men’s 5000m, and junior Austin Woodard followed with a second-place finish.
Cougar baseball ended their four-win streak this weekend after a three-game series against Valparaiso. The Cougars lost the first game and won the next two.
The Cougars lost their three-game series against Ohio Valley Conference opponent Eastern Kentucky University after 12-9, 9-1 losses and a 5-2 win to close the series.
The Cougars pulled off a 17-6 win in the last game of their series against University of Tennessee at Martin, but fell to the Skyhawks 1-2 overall last weekend.
Tennessee Tech University’s offensive power was too much for SIUE baseball to handle last weekend, as the Golden Eagles swept the Cougars in their home opener.
SIUE’s baseball season is officially underway, and the Cougars have stumbled into a 2-4 start at Southeastern Louisiana University and Louisiana Tech University in their first two series.
SIUE sophomore catcher Brock Weimer has been named one of 25 semi-finalists for the Gregg Olson Award given to the nation’s breakout player of the year in Division I baseball.
SIUE baseball began last week with a win at Evansville, followed by a conference series against Belmont University that resulted in three losses.
A Redhawk attempts to steal third base March 26, during the 7-5 win against Southeast Missouri State University at Roy Lee Field. The Cougars won 2-1.
The SIUE baseball team moved to 13-10 overall and 4-2 in conference play after a mid-week win over Evansville University March 22, and a pair of conference wins over Southeast Missouri in a three-game series.
The SIUE baseball team lost all three games in a weekend conference series against the Tennessee Tech University Golden Eagles, falling to 10-9 overall and 2-4 in conference play.
After five consecutive road games, the baseball team returned to Simmons Baseball Complex for a conference matchup against the Belmont University Bruins. The Cougars won Friday, April 8, but dropped the seniors with two losses in a doubleheader Saturday, April 9.
The baseball team swept in a three-game weekend series as it traveled to Cape Girardeau, Mo. to take on the OVC-leading Southeastern Missouri State University Redhawks April 1 through 3.
The Cougars picked up four runs in the final two innings against the St. Louis University Billikens Tuesday, March 22 at the Simmons Baseball Complex. In a wild eighth and ninth inning, the Cougars scored all four runs on wild pitches from SLU.
After playing 16 games of the season on the road, the softball team won its first home game with a walk-off win against the Drake University Bulldogs Wednesday, March 16.
Cougar baseball opened its exhibition games with a 13-4 win against Wabash Valley College on their home field at the Simmons Baseball Complex on Friday, Sept. 20. Head Coach Tony Stoecklin said the game went well though there were small improvements that needed to be made.
Despite a promising play leading up to the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament, the baseball team ultimately fell short in two games.
After a weekend of dramatic turnarounds and brilliant comebacks, the baseball team clinched a spot in the upcoming Ohio Valley Conference Tournament. The Cougars won two out of three games this past weekend against Austin Peay State University, moving to 18-26 overall and 17-10 conference.
After being swept by Morehead State University the series before, the baseball team dominated against the University of Tennessee at Martin this past weekend, improving its standing in the Ohio Valley Conference from fourth to second place.
The baseball team was stifled in three games versus Morehead State University this past weekend, launching its loosing streak to four games and dropping to fifth place in the Ohio Valley Conference.
After a tough series against Belmont State University the previous weekend, the baseball team dominated this weekend versus Eastern Kentucky University.
Despite dropping two of its three games this past weekend against Belmont State University, men’s baseball finished the weekend in third place in the Ohio Valley Conference.
Despite a hot start to the weekend, the baseball team ultimately dropped its series against Southeast Missouri State University this past weekend, losing the final two games by rather large margins.
Despite losing its first conference game of the season, the baseball team won its series this past weekend against Tennessee Technological University, launching its Ohio Valley Conference record to 8-1, 8-10 overall.
After beginning the season 0-8, the baseball team hit the ground running in conference play, sweeping Murray State University this past weekend and holding the first place slot in the Ohio Valley Conference.
Despite high hopes of recovery, the baseball team fell short once again, losing both its games this past weekend to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, and returning with its heads hung low and a record of 0-8.
Despite bringing out the rally caps in each game’s ninth inning, the baseball team ultimately fell short in all three of its games this past weekend against Oral Roberts University, leaving its record 0-6.
The baseball team saw its season come to a close as it was defeated by Jacksonville State 7-5 in game two of the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament Thursday, May 22, leaving the Cougars with a record of 21-33.
With three conference games left before the Ohio Valley Conference Tournament, the SIUE baseball team is in fifth place in the OVC after going 2-1 against UT Martin this weekend.
After Friday’s 3-2 win from junior pitcher Ryan Daniels, the Cougars fell to Belmont in both games of a doubleheader Saturday with the hunt for the conference tournament heating up.
The SIUE baseball team swept its three-game series against Murray State last weekend. The team outscored the Racers 17-3 in the three games and secured its first shutout victory of the season in an 8-0 bashing Sunday. Due to his part in the success, junior second baseman Chase Green was name…
The SIUE baseball team lost both games of a double header on Tuesday to the visiting Illinois State University Redbirds (13-5 overall). The Cougars held early leads in both seven-inning games, but could not keep their leads in either game.