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Brandon Paz

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St. Edward’s athletics rang in February on the right foot by posting an 8-4 overall record. Basketball found themselves in the roughest spot, coming out with a 1-4 record, with the men’s team getting the only victory of the weekend with a 107-92 win against Oklahoma Christian in the RCC on Feb. 1.

Tennis dominated the weekend, posting a 5-0 record with each victory seemingly being more convincing than the last. The men started off with a convincing 6-3 victory over Prairie View A&M on Feb. 2, splitting the singles matches 3-3 and sweeping the doubles matches, 3-0. They finished the day with a complete 9-0 sweep of Southwestern. Men’s tennis concluded their weekend with a trip to College Station, defeating UT Tyler 8-1, with the only loss coming in the second doubles matchup of the day.

The women also fared well against the competition, topping Prairie View A&M 7-2, with the only losses coming from a singles match, as well as a doubles match. Later the same day, they also played Southwestern and easily topped them, 8-1, with the only loss coming in a singles match.

Baseball opened their 2018 campaign on Feb. 2 at Lucian-Hamilton Field with a split in their doubleheader against Northeastern State, losing the first game 1-4, but taking the second game by a score of 4-2. The series-deciding game the following day was taken by SEU, winning 5-4 with home runs from catcher Robbie Lammons and first baseman/pitcher Zach Schindler.

On the club side of SEU athletics, both men and women’s volleyball took to the road to participate in their respective tournaments. Men finished 2-2 in theirs, while women wound up placing 7th in their tournament.

Rugby opened their campaign at Lewis-Chen Family Field, topping Texas State 42-32. Following the game was an event for SEU Rugby Alumni, which attracted over 125 people back to SEU.

Both men and women’s lacrosse played this past weekend. Men traveled up north to face the University of North Texas and ultimately fell 23-15. Women also did not fare too well this weekend, hosting and falling to Texas Tech, 13-7 and #16 Texas State, 15-4.

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