November 22, 2017

Author: Tim Doty


Sports Shorts (April 17, 2013)

Webster baseball is back to 10th in the national rankings, the women’s tennis team finishes up its season with a win over Fontbonne, and four Webster athletes receive SLIAC Player of the Week honors. Read this week’s edition of Sports Shorts for these briefs and more.

Webster University sophomore Kathleen Kennedy chases a ball that eventually landed out during her doubles match against Missouri Baptist University on Tuesday, April 9 at the Webster Groves Tennis Center. Kennedy possess a 21-0 overall record in her matches in 2013. PHOTO BY BRITTANY RUESS.

Sports Shorts (April 10, 2013)

A member of the Webster University softball team was given a Student Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Find out who it was and what else went on in the world of Webster sports this past week with briefs from Gorlok action.

Webster University senior Diego Alarcon readies to swing a forehand during his match against Washington University in Clayton, Mo., on Friday, March 29. Alarcon lost both his matches on March 29, and Webster lost overall 9-0 to the Bears. The loss snapped Webster’s program-record 13 consecutive match win streak. CONTRIBUTED BY MACKENZIE WILDER.
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Thompson’s preventive mind — on and off the diamond

After coming to Webster in 2010 from Xavier College Preparatory (Ariz.), Trisha Thompson is currently third in the Gorlok softball record books with 11 shutouts. Off the field, Thompson has her mind set on earning a doctorate in psychology and working with prevention of mental illnesses. Read to find out what motivates the right-hander on the field and in life.

Webster senior catcher Kaytlin Burczak connects on a pitch during a game against Iowa Wesleyan College on Saturday, March 23 at Blackburn Park. Burczak collected 2 hits in the doubleheader against the Tigers. Webster split the two games to move its record to 9-6 overall. CONTRIBUTED BY JOSHUA RITCHEY.