SLIAC 2018 Men’s Basketball Tournament Championship on www.collegecasts.com

2018 Men’s Basketball Tournament

2018 Men's Basketball Tournament

Participating Teams
Blackburn College
Eureka College

Greenville University
Westminster College

 

Schedule/Results
Thursday, February 22
Game 1 – #2 Eureka vs. #3 Blackburn, 6 p.m.
Game 2 – #1 Greenville vs. #4 Westminster, 8 p.m.

Saturday, February 24
Championship Game – Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2, 1 p.m.

Watch the SLIAC Championship Game broadcast via CollegeCasts – HERE

SLIAC 2018 Women’s Basketball Tournament Championship on www.collegecasts.com

2018 Women’s Basketball Tournament

2018 Women's Basketball Tournament

Participating Teams
Eureka College
Greenville University
Webster University
Westminster College

 
  

Schedule/Results – Hosted by Greenville University
Friday, February 23
Game 1 – #2 Eureka vs. #3 Webster, 6 p.m.
Game 2 – #1 Greenville vs. #4 Westminster, 8 p.m.

Saturday, February 24
Championship Game – Winner of Game 1 vs. Winner of Game 2, 7 p.m.

Watch the SLIAC Championship Game broadcast via CollegeCasts – HERE

CSDHL 2018 Playoffs from Leafs Centre on www.collegecasts.com

Prepcasts LLC is proud to announce that WE are the carriers of the games for the 2018 Playoffs on February 10-11 which include all Saturday 2.10.18 games on Centre Ice and all the Sunday 2.11.18 games on Centre Ice.

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Please join our announcing staff of Charlie Brown, Ian Ross, Buzz Swanston, Tim Miller and in from California … Mitch Michals.

Schedule:

Date Start End Rink Division
2/10/2018 7:10 AM 8:10 AM Center Squirt
8:20 AM 9:20 AM Center Peewee
9:30 AM 10:30 AM Center Peewee
10:40 AM 11:50 PM Center Peewee
12:00 PM 1:30 PM Center Bantam
1:40 PM 3:30 PM Center 16
3:40 PM 5:30 PM Center 16
5:40 PM 6:40 PM Center Squirt
6:50 PM 8:20 PM Center Bantam
8:30 PM 10:00 PM Center Bantam
2/11/2018 8:00 AM 9:50 AM Center 16
Championship 10:00 AM 11:30 AM Center Squirt
Championship 11:40 AM 1:15 PM Center Peewee
Championship 1:25 PM 2:50 PM Center Bantam
Championship 3:00 PM 5:00 PM Center 16

 

 

 

2017 SLIAC Volleyball Tournament

[taken from SLIAC.ORG]

Participating Teams
#2 Greenville University
#4 Principia College
#3 Webster University
#1 Westminster College

Schedule/Results
Saturday, November 4 (Hosted by Westminster College)
Match 1 – #1 Westminster def. #4 Principia, 3-0 BOX SCORE
Match 2 – #2 Greenville def. #3 Webster, 3-0 BOX SCORE
Championship Match – Greenville def. Westminster, 3-2 BOX SCORE

Watch the Championship Game broadcast via CollegeCasts – HERE
 



All-Tournament Team

Allyson Mitchell, Greenville (MVP)
Brittni Bell, Greenville
Anna Finch, Greenville
Ashley Kistaitis, Westminster
Bridget Ringwald, Westminster
Emily Tippetts, Principia
Rachel Mencel, Webster

2017 Women’s Soccer Tournament

[from SLIAC.ORG]

Participating Teams
Fontbonne University
Greenville University
Webster University
Westminster College

Schedule/Results
Thursday, November 2
Game 1 – #1 Webster def. #4 Westminster, 2-1 BOX SCORE
Game 2 – #2 Fontbonne def. #3 Greenville, 3-2 2OT BOX SCORE

Saturday, November 4
Championship Game – Webster def. Fontbonne, 1-0 BOX SCORE

Watch the SLIAC Championship Game broadcast via CollegeCasts – HERE
 


All-Tournament Team

Melissa Kasper, Webster University (MVP)
Elena Bloma, Webster University
Kelsey Hausmann, Webster University
Lauren Nuelle, Webster University
Maddie Radohl, Fontbonne University
Ellen Weaver, Fontbonne University
Meredith Wendt, Fontbonne University
Tymber Gabbert, Greenville University
Dani Pearce, Greenville University
Sarah Cradick, Westminster College
Gracie Koonce, Westminster College

2017 SLIAC Men’s Soccer Tournament

[from SLIAC.ORG]

Participating Teams
Fontbonne University
Principia College

Webster University

Westminster College

 

Schedule/Results
Wednesday, November 1
Game 1 – #4 Westminster def. #1 Fontbonne, 1-0 BOX SCORE
Game 2 – #3 Principia ties #2 Webster, 0-0 (Principia advances 4-1 in penalty kicks) BOX SCORE

Friday, November 3
Championship Game – Westminster def. Principia, 2-1 BOX SCORE

Watch the Championship Game broadcast via CollegeCasts – HERE
 

SLIAC Championships Now Video Broadcasts

WE are pleased to announce that we will be adding the video aspect to the Championships covered on www.collegecasts.com

Schedule:

Men’s Soccer Tournament Nov. 1 & 3 Higher Seed Hosts
Women’s Soccer Tournament Nov. 2 & 4 Higher Seed Hosts
Volleyball Tournament Nov. 4 Highest Seed Hosts
Women’s Basketball Tournament Feb. 23 & 24 Highest Seed Hosts
Men’s Basketball Tournament Feb. 22 & 24 Highest Seed Hosts
Softball Tournament May 3-5 St. Ann, Mo.
(ABC Park)
Baseball Tournament May 10-12 Greenville, Ill.
(Greenville College)

Casey Cromwell to head 2018 Fontbonne Softball

Casey Cromwell to head 2018 Fontbonne Softball

Casey Cromwell to head 2018 Fontbonne Softball

St. Louis, Mo. – Fontbonne University Director of Athletics Maria Buckel has announced that Casey Cromwell will join the Griffin family. Cromwell will become the seventh head coach in Fontbonne softball history.

“The passion and enthusiasm that Coach Cromwell has for softball are contagious,” stated Buckel. “I am so excited not only to see her share that passion with our team but also with future Griffins.

Cromwell’s time at Fontbonne will be her first stint at the helm of any collegiate program and the first in NCAA Division III. She has had great success at the Division I level as both a student-athlete and assistant coach. Cromwell comes to Fontbonne from Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne where she spent two years as a graduate assistant before earning her Master’s Degree this spring. Cromwell was in charge of the defensive efforts at IPFW and her duties also included strength and conditioning, recruiting, community service and team building. To add to her resume, she has also coached a plethera of instructional camps and clinics in various regions for girls ages 10 & up.

“I am extremely honored to be at the helm of Griffin Softball,” commented Cromwell. “The opportunity to lead a team that has been so academically and athletically strong for many years is humbling. I am looking forward to many successful years at Fontbonne and thank Director of Athletics Maria Buckel for giving me this opportunity.”

Prior to IPFW, Cromwell began her collegiate career at a junior college (Weatherford College) in Texas where she earned all-region and all-conference honors before transferring to Lamar University. At Lamar she was named third-team All-Southland in 2015, voted Golden Glove in 2013 and team MVP her junior and senior seasons. Cromwell was also given the team’s Clutch Award and Offensive Player of the Year honor while garnering All-Southland Academic Honor Roll accolades.

“Casey’s softball knowledge impressed us throughout the process but she is also committed to developing our student-athletes on and off the field,” commented Buckel. “Outside of academic and athletic success, she wants to develop future leaders that give back to the community which is a big part of our mission at Fontbonne. I welcome her to the Fontbonne family and look forward to the future of Fontbonne softball under her direction.”

Cromwell was a three-year captain where she started every game at Lamar as the second or third baseman. She finished her career as leader in homeruns (19), RBI’s (69), doubles (21), was hit-by-pitch 29 times and recorded a career on-base percentage of .413.

Cromwell will be on campus by the last week of June. She replaces Danni Glixman who resigned after her first season.

Fontbonne softball is rich in winning traditions and has appeared in nine NCAA Tournament appearances, and has appeared in each of the last nine St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference tournaments. With program history dating back to 1994, the Griffins are nine-time SLIAC tournament champions and are 11-time SLIAC regular season champions. The softball program’s archives can be found here.

2017 SLIAC Baseball Tournament Preview

[taken from SLIAC.org] The 2016-17 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference sports season will come to a close this weekend with the 2017 SLIAC Baseball Tournament. Greenville College, Spalding University, Webster University, and Westminster College will take the field looking to capture the final conference championship of the year.

Tournament Tidbits

  • Greenville’s Travis Ralls leads the SLIAC in batting average and is second in home runs and stolen bases while also ranking fourth in runs batted in.
  • Spalding pitcher Jimi Keating leads NCAA Division III with 119 strikeouts, while teammate Kyle Olliges is 5th with 101.
  • Josh Fleming, from Webster, leads all of NCAA Division III players with a 0.46 earned-run average this season and also ranks 7th in strikeouts.
  • Westminster’s Tanner Branneky became the Blue Jays career leader in home runs last week, hitting his 26th, and surpassing the previous mark which was held by his brother.

Fontbonne Head Softball Coach Danni Glixman Announces Resignation

[taken from fontbonnegriffins.com]

St. Louis, Mo. – Fontbonne University softball head coach Danni Glixman has announced her resignation.

Glixman had these words to say on her decision, “This season has been a wonderful learning experience for me. I have decided to take a different direction with my career but I am still 100% a Griffin. I am really thankful for this last year and want to thank the Fontbonne administration for letting Fontbonne be home these last six years.”

The first-year coach took the Griffins to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Tournament for the ninth straight year. Fontbonne finished the year 13-23 overall and 11-7 in SLIAC play.

“Despite Coach Glixman wanting to go a different direction with her career she will always be a huge part of our program and will always be a Griffin,” stated Director of Athletics Maria Eftink. “I would like to thank Danni for all of her efforts as a student-athlete, assistant coach, and head coach. Though she will not be in the dugout, I know she will be a constant supporter of Fontbonne Softball for the rest of her life. I wish Danni nothing but success in her future endeavors.”