April 2014 Archives

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Men's Tennis: The Huskies finished the regular season against Buffalo, winning the affair 5-2. The team clinched the regular season championship with the victory, giving the Huskies the first seed in the MAC Championship Tournament. The tournament will be held at Ball State on April 25 and 26. 

Women's Tennis:  The Huskies closed the season with two losses against MAC foes. On Friday, they fell to Toledo, 5-2. On Saturday, they dropped to Eastern Michigan, 6-1. NIU finishes the season with a 7-12 record (1-7 MAC).

Track & Field: NIU took second at the Blue Demon Invitational out of five teams. Claudette Day set a new NIU record in the high jump, going up to 1.78 meters. Next up for the team is one of largest track & field competitions in collegiate athletics, the Penn Relays.

Baseball: The Huskies dropped four of their five games on the week to bring their current record to 10-28-1. On Wednesday, the team fell in both games of a doubleheader at Bradley, 3-0 and 7-5. On Friday, the Huskies dropped 3-2 against Central Michigan. On Saturday, the team followed with a 5-3 loss against the Chippewas. The Huskies took the series finale on Sunday, 3-1.

Softball: The Huskies went 2-2 on the week to bring their record to 19-22 this season. The week began with the team splitting a doubleheader against Central Michigan with a 4-1 win and 5-0 loss on Friday. On Saturday, NIU beat Eastern Michigan, 8-6. On Sunday, the Huskies fell to the Eagles, 4-3

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Baseball: NIU went 2-2 on the week overall, bringing its record to 6-21-1 this spring. On Wednesday, the Huskies beat Valparaiso on the road, 10-6. On Saturday, they dropped both games in a doubleheader against Toledo, 10-4 and 6-4. On Sunday, NIU rebounded with a 7-0 victory over Toledo

Softball: The Huskies won all four of their games on the week, improving to 15-16 on the season. On Wednesday, they took both games of a doubleheader against North Dakota, 8-5 and 10-2. On Saturday, NIU bested Western Michigan, 10-1. On Sunday, the team beat the Broncos again, 6-1

Men's Tennis: NIU bested Ball State on Saturday, 6-1. The win improved the team's record to 15-5 with a 2-0 MAC figure. The Huskies have just three matches left on the schedule before the MAC Championships. 

Women's Tennis: NIU lost both of its matches over the weekend, falling to 6-10 with a 1-5 MAC record. On Friday, the Huskies dropped at Bowling Green, 6-1. On Saturday, they fell at Western Michigan, 5-2. NIU has three more matches before the MAC Championships begin.  

Track & Field: NIU competed at the EIU Big Blue Classic. Ali Olson and Meghan Heuer turned in strong performances at the event. Next up for the Huskies is the UTEP Invitational. 

Gymnastics: Kim Gotlund and Amanda Stepp competed at the NCAA Regionals. Gotlund had an all-around score of 38.100 in the event and Stepp placed eighth in the floor exercise with a 9.775 score.  

Women's Golf: The Huskies finished third at the Bradley Invitational with a team score of 622. They were just five strokes out of first place to finish the event. Lena Gautier placed ninth individually with a final score of 155. 

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Baseball: NIU played a three game series at Bowling Green over the weekend, winning one of the games. The win was a 9-0 final on Friday. On Saturday, the team played a doubleheader, losing both games, 4-1 and 7-3. The Huskies currently hold a 4-19-1 record in 2014. 

Softball: The Huskies played five games over the week, going 1-4 in the contests. The first was a 13-2 loss at the hands of Northwestern on Wednesday. On Friday, the Huskies lost against Bowling Green, 6-4. On Saturday, they struck back against the same team to win against the same team, 10-3. On Sunday, NIU dropped both games in a doubleheader against Toledo, 10-9 and 9-0

Track & Field: The Huskies competed at the Raleigh RelaysBobcat Invitational, and Texas Relays over the week, finding some level of success at each. They'll next compete at the EIU Big Blue Invitational on Saturday, April 5.

Men's Tennis: The Huskies took down Western Michigan on Friday, 5-2. It was the first conference victory of the season for NIU. The team's record currently stands at 14-5 with a 1-0 record in the MAC.

Women's Tennis: The Huskies split two MAC matches over the weekend. On Friday, they beat Akron 4-3. On Saturday, NIU fell to Buffalo, 6-1. NIU is now 1-3 in conference play this season.