ISU women tied
for 4th in Redbird
golf invitational

The Illinois State women's golf team is tied for fourth place while Illinois Wesleyan is in 12th place after two rounds of the 12-team Redbird Invitational on Sunday at Weibring Golf Course in Normal.

The Redbirds posted a team score of 617 to trail Bradley by nine shots heading into Monday's final round. ISU was led by Kiley Walsh with a 4-over 176.

The Titans carded a 668 with Olivia Ruff's 162 good for a share of 46th place.

Bradley's Ally Scaccia sits atop the indivual leaderboard at 2-under 142.


Women's soccer falls: The Illinois State soccer team dropped a 3-0 decision to IUPUI at Indianapolis. The Redbirds fell to 2-4-1 while the Jaguars improved to 5-3-0.

ISU held an 8-2 shots margin in the first half but could not dent the Jaguars' net. IUPUI came out charging in the second half, scoring three time in a span of 5:30 to put the Redbirds away.

The Redbirds next travel to Milwaukee on Thursday for a 7 p.m. match against Marquette before returning home Sunday to face Miami of Ohio at 1 p.m. at Adelaide Street Field.

Men's golf tied for ninth: The ISU men's golf team in tied for ninth place after the first round of the 16-team Badger Invitational at Madison, Wis.

The Redbirds carded a team score of 293, led by Zach Burry whose even-par 72 is good for a share of 19th place heading into Monday's second round.

Texas A&M leads the team competition at 12-under par 276. The Aggies' Chandler Phillips sits atop the individual leaderboard after firing a 6-under 66.


Hindel lifts women's soccer: Freshman Cameron Hindel's goal in the 24th minute proved to be the game winner as the IWU women's soccer team blanked Franklin College, 1-0, on Sunday at Neis Field. The Titans improved to 4-1-0 while Franklin fell to 1-3-0.

IWU controlled the pace of play in the first half, firing off seven shots in the first 16 minutes before Hindel corraled a loose ball in the box and put it in the back of the Franklin net. Anna Eager picked up an assist on the play.

The Titans outshot Franklin 18-12, with IWU goalkeeper Kelli McCarthy making five saves to pick up her second shutout of the season.

Illinois Wesleyan travels to Whitewater, Wis., this weekend to participate in the "W" Challenge. The Titans will face Washington University (St. Louis) on Saturday before meeting either host UW-Whitewater or Wittenberg University on Sunday.

Pantagraph staff


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