Eureka College junior guard Shea Feehan scored 41 points Saturday to become the sixth player in program history to reach 1,500 in a career in a 103-76 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference victory over Blackburn at Christine Bonati Bollwinkle Arena.
Feehan was 15 of 21 from the floor, 6 of 8 from 3-point range and 5 of 5 from the free-throw line to up his career total to 1,512 points. He moved past Greg Nunn (1984-87) and Craig Negangard (2000-04) for fifth place on the Red Devils' all-time scoring list.
Junior Hank Thomas added 21 points and senior Ryan McElmurry had 10 assists for the Red Devils (13-6, 8-4). Blackburn (10-9, 6-6) was paced by Nigel Ferrell with 19 points.
Eureka women cruise: Senior guard Hayley Reneau led five Eureka College players in double figures with 26 points in a 102-53 SLIAC home win over Blackburn. Sophomore Kennedy Dura added 18 points and 12 assists and freshman Abby Hahn had career highs of 11 points and 11 rebounds.
It was the 10th win in a row against SLIAC opponents for Eureka (14-5, 10-1), tying the longest streak in program history.
Track second, third at own meet: The Illinois Wesleyan women's team finished second of 13 teams and the men's team was third of 15 teams at the Top Times Titan Open at Shirk Center. The IWU women scored 96 points and trailed only Washington (Mo.) with 152. The Titan men had 63.33 points to trail Washington (121.33) and Illinois College (72).
The women got a school-record weight throw toss of 53 feet, 3¾ inches from Karly Goodman, who also won the shot put (43-10). Also winning for IWU were Victoria Drake in the 3,000-meter run (10:36.59) and Amelia Glueck in the long jump (18-9¼).
IWU men's winner was Zach Anderson in the weight throw (54-0) and shot put (50-2).