April 6, 2009
Bearcat Weekly for the Week of April 6, 2009
|Tuesday, April 7|
|Baseball||Northwest hosts Truman (7/9)||Bearcat Field||1 p.m.|
|Softball||Northwest hosts No. 22 Nebraska-Omaha (DH)||Bearcat Field||2 p.m.|
|Men's Tennis||No. 26 Northwest hosts William Jewell||Frank Grube Courts||3 p.m.|
|Women's Tennis||Northwest hosts William Jewell||Frank Grube Courts||3 p.m.|
|Wednesday, April 8|
|Softball||Northwest hosts Rockhurst (DH)||Bearcat Field||2 p.m.|
|Men's Tennis||No. 26 Northwest at Baker||Baldwin City, Kan.||3 p.m.|
|Thursday, April 9|
|Track and Field||Northwest at Emporia State Multi-Events||Emporia, Kan.||3 p.m.|
|Friday, April 10|
|Track and Field||Northwest at Emporia State Multi-Events||Emporia, Kan.||10:30 a.m.|
|Baseball||Northwest hosts No. 19 Nebraska-Omaha (7/9)||Bearcat Field||1 p.m.|
|Softball||Northwest hosts Fort Hays State (DH)||Bearcat Field||2 p.m.|
|Men's Tennis||No. 26 Northwest at Truman||Kirksville, Mo.||3:30 p.m.|
|Women's Tennis||Northwest at Truman||Kirksville, Mo.||3:30 p.m.|
|Track and Field||Northwest at Jim Duncan Invitational||Des Moines, Iowa||TBA|
|Saturday, April 11|
|Track and Field||Northwest at Nebraska Invitational||Lincoln, Neb.||11 a.m.|
|Baseball||Northwest hosts No. 19 Nebraska-Omaha||Bearcat Field||1 p.m.|
Baseball (13-19, 5-13 MIAA)
- Northwest returns to MIAA to close out a 15-game homestand with Truman April 7 and No. 19 Nebraska April 10-11.
- Chris Benham closed out last week with a season-best six-game hitting streak. He hit .500 in the seven games last week.
- Bill Disselhoff collected the first complete game for Northwest with a career-best nine-inning performance in a 5-1 win against No. 28 Wayne State.
- Matt Stice has recorded 12 of his 16 stolen bases this season at home. He is fourth in the MIAA with .50 stolen bases per game.
- Trent Kohlstaedt is second in the MIAA with 18 appearances this season. He needs one more to tie for 10th in program records.
Softball (11-27, 2-6 MIAA)
- The 14-game home stretch for Northwest continues with back-to-back dates against No. 22 Nebraska-Omaha and Rockhurst.
- Tiffany Carter enjoys a seven-game hitting streak and is seventh among MIAA players with a .366 batting average.
- Cola Krueger picked up her 16th collegiate shutout against Washburn April 3 in the home-opener for Northwest. She needs one more shutout to tie Shelley Lewis for the career program record.
- Four Bearcats - Carter, Kristen Hessel, Amber Corkins and Jennifer Bohle - are hitting above .300 through the first eight games of the MIAA schedule.
Women's Track and Field
- Northwest will send multi-event athletes to Emporia State April 9-10, 10K runners to the Jim Duncan Invitational April 10 in Des Moines, Iowa, and the rest of the squad to the Nebraska Invitational April 11.
- Emily Churchman won the individual women's point title at the Jock's Nitch Northwest Open April 4 to help lead the Bearcats to the team title. She provisionally qualified in the hepthatlon earlier in the week at the Ashley Nally Heptathlon.
- Bridget Kleine won the 200-meter and 400-meter dashes to record two of the 11 event titles for Northwest last weekend.
- Audrey Bailey provisionally qualified and broke the meet record with 1:01.37 in the 400-meter hurdles. Tierney Eaton also qualified in the high jump and won the event with 5-6.
Men's Track and Field
- The Bearcats will send athletes to the Emporia State Multi-Events, the Jim Duncan Invitational and the Nebraska Invitational in a busy weekend after hosting the Jock's Nitch Northwest Open last weekend.
- Northwest claimed the team title and placed three athletes in the top five of the individual points competition.
- Ben McKim provisionally qualified in the shot put and was the top collegiate finisher in the discus throw last weekend. His throw of 55-3 1/2 in the shot put is fifth in all-time records.
- Zane Myers led Northwest with 24 points last weekend with a win in the 400-meter hurdles, a second-place finish in the 110-meter hurdles and a fifth-place performance in the javelin.
No. 28 Men's Tennis (10-4, 3-1 MIAA)
- Northwest faces William Jewell at home April 7 and Baker on the road April 8 before closing out the MIAA regular season April 10 at Truman.
- The Bearcats suffered their first MIAA loss in the last seven matches dating back to 2008 in a 7-2 loss to Washburn last Saturday.
- Felipe Gennari and Ryan Westerhof have won their last three matches at No. 2 doubles and five of their last six.
- Head Coach Mark Rosewell reached 800 career victories in a 6-1 win against Emporia State April 3.
- Northwest is No. 3 in the first NCAA South Central Regional Rankings released April 1.
Women's Tennis (10-3, 6-1 MIAA)
- The Bearcat women will face William Jewell in a home match Tuesday before wrapping up the MIAA season at Truman Friday.
- Erika Leston is on a 13-match winning streak at No. 5 singles. She's 20-1 on the season in singles play with the only loss coming in the fall tournament season.
- Northwest has won it's last 13 home matches dating back to last season and seven of the last eight matches against Truman dating back to 2002.
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