Sunday, October 2, 2022

The Sporting Insider: “Let The Games Begin”

There are great expectations this year for Webster University athletics. The quest for conference titles and avenging postseason losses begins with the fall sports season. Copy Chief & Layout Editor Josh Sellmeyer gives his thoughts on what this season can mean for the Gorloks of all sports.

Jecha Jabber: ‘Takeaways From The Cavallo Classic’

Ryan Jecha discusses the potential shown by the Webster University men's and women's basketball teams after the first games of the 2012-2013 season at the Cavallo Classic.

Softball takes down Eurkea in doubleheader victory

The Gorloks defeated conference opponent Eureka College in a weekend doubleheader.

Women’s soccer breaks out offense to take down Blackburn

Conference play opened up with a bang for the Gorloks. Three goals in three minutes put the game away in the first half as Webster got the better of Blackburn College 5-0.

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Senior pitcher David Mueller is having the type of season that will rewrite the Webster baseball record books. See how he's doing it in this week's Sporting Insider column.

Women’s basketball clawed by Golden Eagles, drops to 5th in SLIAC

Webster University and Spalding University flipped their positions in the SLIAC standings with the Gorloks' loss in a Saturday matinee in Louisville, Ky.

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The Webster University women's basketball team is floating in mediocrity at 9-12 overall. Find out why in this week's Sporting Insider column.

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Three Webster University teams are trying to prove it's not how you start the season, but how you finish it.

Gorlok volleyball storms past Blackburn, improves SLIAC record to 3-1

After splitting two conference matches, the Webster University Gorloks swept the Beavers on the road. However, even with a 3-1 conference record this early in the season, the team isn't satisfied. Read for reaction from last weekend's games and Tuesday night's victory over Blackburn College.

Men’s basketball grounded by Spalding, falls to second in SLIAC

The Webster University men's basketball team can't overtake the Spalding University Golden Eagles. With the loss, Webster tumbled out of first place in the SLIAC standings.

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Sports editor Josh Sellmeyer explains why the spring sports season could be the greatest three months in Webster University athletics history.

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Once they become eligible for SLIAC and NCAA Division III tournaments later this year, the Golden Eagles of Spalding University will wreak some havoc in the SLIAC, writes sports editor Josh Sellmeyer.

Sports Shorts

Find out what happened this past week in the world of Webster University athletics.

Men’s basketball will start season with new and returning faces

Webster Men’s Basketball returns this year with more experience as they prime for a return to St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) prominence.  Last...

Jensen family finds a second home at Webster University

Noah Jensen pulled up to Webster University with all of his belongings, preparing to move into his freshman dorm room for the school year....

Webster men’s soccer splits physical road matches near Chicago

A weekend near the Windy City sees the Gorloks squander a two-goal lead but rebound with a victory over Manchester College.