After being named as the American Rivers Conference Male Athlete and Position Player of the Week, Truman Schmitt has been placed on the D3Baseball.com Team of the Week at catcher, for the games during March 11-17.
Head coach Matt Jeter and the Simpson football team have released their 2019 schedule. The Storm will compete in 10 games, with five at home and five on the road, two non-conference showdowns and eight American Rivers Conference contests.
The Simpson softball team scored early and often on Saturday to close out its Florida trip with two shutout victories. The Storm won 8-0 over Finlandia and 11-0 against Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts.
Junior Conor Riordan has been named a Google Cloud Academic All-American for his work on and off the hardwood this season for the Simpson men’s basketball team, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Riordan is 1 of 15 student-athletes in Division III men’s basketball to receive this honor.
Jenna Taylor continues to receive recognition off the court this year as she was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-America Women’s Basketball Team, as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of American (CoSIDA).
With a day off on Tuesday, the Simpson softball team used the break to its advantage and won 3-1 over Geneva in the early morning contest. The Storm stumbled in the finale on Wednesday and lost 7-4 to Roger Williams.
After only scoring eight runs in two games on Sunday, the Simpson softball team exploded for 15 runs in a 15-0 win over Pittsburgh Greensburg on Monday. The Storm lost 6-1 to Stockton in the afternoon matchup.
A pair of late comebacks fell short for the Simpson softball team on Sunday against Concordia-Chicago and Franklin & Marshall. The Storm lost 5-4 in both matchups on the third day of competition in Florida.
Sara Trent was the hero in the 2-1 win over Fredonia for the Simpson softball team on Saturday. Trent ripped a walk-off single to push the Storm to victory, before claiming a 9-5 win over Potsdam in the nightcap.
The Simpson softball team opened up its season on Friday by splitting the first two games of the team’s spring break trip in Florida, by losing 8-0 to Concordia Moorhead in the opener and won 8-0 against No. 18 Rhodes.