The Simpson baseball weekend series at Wartburg has pushed Saturday’s doubleheader to Sunday to avoid the forecasted weather in Waverly, Iowa. The teams will still open the series as scheduled on Friday night at 6 p.m.
Emily Schilke held the highest-scoring offense in the American Rivers Conference to one run as the Simpson softball team won 3-1 against No. 9 Coe on Wednesday after falling 14-1 in the doubleheader opener.
The Simpson men’s and women’s track and field teams are set to host the 14th annual Kip Janvrin Open this Thursday through Friday inside Buxton Stadium. The event welcomes over 1,200 participants from more than 30 schools across the nation.
Freshman Brady Held struck out 11 batters as the Simpson baseball team won 8-2 over Central in the opener of the American Rivers Conference doubleheader on Tuesday. The Storm closed out the day with an 8-5 loss to the Dutch at McBride Field.
Home runs from Ashley Allen and reigning American Rivers Conference Female Athlete and Softball Position Player of the Week, Megan Crockett, highlighted the Simpson softball team’s two losses to Grinnell on Tuesday.
Simpson softball player Megan Crockett was named as the American Rivers Conference Female Athlete and Softball Position Player of the Week for the period ending Sunday, April 21, the league office announced Monday.
Megan Crockett and Sara Trent each had two home runs as the Simpson softball team won 9-5 over Wartburg in the doubleheader open, but lost 8-1 to split the season series at the Simpson Softball Complex on Saturday.
Katelyn Mangold and Katie Murano each earned a first-place nod in their respective events for the Simpson women’s track and field team on Friday in the Central/Nebraska Wesleyan Triangular meet in Lincoln, Neb.
The Simpson dance team competed in the Dance Team Union College Classic in Las Vegas over the weekend and earned fourth place in the pom division and fifth in hip-hop, both the highest placements in school history.
Josh Dietrich garnered the lone first-place result for the Simpson men’s track and field team at the Blue Oval Invitational on Saturday while the Storm tallied three second-place marks across the board.