The Lady Blue Jays’ season ended in a 25-16, 27-25, 18-25 and 25-23 loss to the second-seeded Lady Gorlok in the semifinals of the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament on Saturday. Westminster — the tournament’s No. 3 seed — closed its season at 17-14.
Senior quarterback Joe Plassmeyer tossed three touchdowns — including two in the fourth quarter — to vault the Blue Jays to a season-ending 28-21 UMAC win over the Knights on Saturday.
The fifth-seeded Owls’ run in the American Midwest Conference tournament ended in a 4-1 quarterfinal loss to the No. 4 Trojans on Saturday.
The Blue Jays’ first-round opponent in the NCAA Division III tournament will be a familiar one. Westminster will play the eighth-ranked Loras (Iowa) College Duhawks at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Rock Bowl Stadium in Dubuque, Iowa.
A quick strike was the only strike the William Woods Lady Owls would need to advance to a conference title game. Senior forward Jamie Palermo scored in the second minute of play, powering the fourth-seeded Lady Owls to a 1-0 upset of the top-seeded Columbia College Lady Cougars in the semifinals of the American Midwest Conference tournament on Monday.
The William Woods men’s golf team made school history in earning the No. 1 seed in the NAIA Preseason Top 25 poll, released on Friday.
Three Lady Owls finished in double figures in a 58-55 loss to the Lady Patriots on Friday at the Columbia College Classic on Friday.
The Owls committed 22 turnovers and were just 2-of-15 from 3-point range in a 81-62 loss to the Yellow Jackets at the Columbia College Classic on Friday.
The fourth-seeded Lady Blue Jays had just two shots in a 2-1 season-ending loss to the Lady Gorlok in the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournament on Thursday.
Senior midfielder Rachel Meyer scored twice in the fifth-seeded Lady Owls’ 3-0 triumph over the No. 4 Lady Bulldogs in a quarterfinal game at the American Midwest Conference tournament on Friday at Firley Field.
Westminster is on top of the SLIAC once again. The second-seeded Blue Jays downed the No. 4 Fontbonne Griffins 3-1 to capture their second straight St. Louis Intercollegiate Athltic Conference tournament title on Saturday at Westminster Field.
Isaac Siegel poured in team-high 20 points to push the Bulldogs to a 62-26 victory on Thursday night.
Gabe Cash’s 19 points pushed the Thunderbirds to a 47-32 victory over the Indians in their season opener on Saturday. Tyler Talley also finished in double digits with 18.
Khobi Kellerman led the Thunderbirds with 18 points in a 50-37 loss to the Indians on Saturday morning.
Bailey Parker sparked the Lady Bulldogs with 12 points in a 38-12 win over St. Brendan’s on Thursday.
North Callaway junior middle hitter Bethany Bloss secured a spot on the all-Eastern Missouri Conference team. Bloss was a first-team honoree in the Ladybirds’ inaugural volleyball season.
Junior Madison Dreste and freshman Kate Pani were both named to the all-North Central Missouri Conference volleyball team recently.
Senior Mykaela Bonnett and sophomore Kate Baxter represented the Lady Wildcats in the recently released all-District 10 squad.
A trio of Ladybird seniors were recently named to the all-District 11 team.
Six Lady Bulldogs recently picked up all-district and all-region softball accolades.