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UM Tennis Teams Win At Tougaloo

JACKSON, Miss-- The 23rd-ranked University of Mobile women's tennis team defeated conference foe Tougaloo College 8-1 Friday afternoon. Claudia Borges, Zelie Pfeiffer, Rachel Hartley, Kari Williams and Alana McDaniel won in singles play for Mobile, while Pfeiffer-Hartley, Williams-Emily Jennings and Borges-McDaniel won in doubles action.

 

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No. 25 Mobile Splits With No. 14 William Carey

MOBILE, Ala-- The 25th-ranked University of Mobile softball team took the opener 4-1 over 14th-ranked William Carey University Wednesday to earn a split in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference doubleheader. William Carey took the finale 2-1. In the opener, the Lady Rams rode the right arm of Leslie Pickette and took advantage of 4 William Carey errors. Pickette scattered seven hits, while allowing only one run and striking out six in a complete-game effort. Katie McCrary took the loss for William Carey after giving up 3 unearned tallies in 2.1 innings of relief.

 

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Posted in: Women's Softball

Rams Drop Non-Conference Tilt At AUM

MONTGOMERY—Sam Judah had three hits and three RBI and Justin Williams added three hits and two RBI to lead Auburn Montgomery to a 9-5 win over the University of Mobile in non-conference college baseball action. AUM committed four errors on the day and those four errors led to four unearned runs.  The errors started in the first inning as Derek Bourgeois scored on a Hunter Norris ground ball that was misplayed in the infield with two outs.

 

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Posted in: Men's Baseball

Softball And Women's Tennis Ranked In Top-25

KANSAS CITY, Mo.-- The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics released the NAIA Top 25 polls for the spring sports, and the University of Mobile has a couple of teams ranked. The UM women's tennis team is ranked 23rd in the latest NAIA Women's Tennis Coaches' Top 25 Poll after receiving votes last week. Mobile received 108 points in the poll, nine behind 22nd-ranked Biola University (Calif.) and 21 more than 24th-ranked Westmont College (Calif.).

 

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Smith And Hartley Honored By GCAC

HATTIESBURG, Miss-- The Gulf Coast Athletic Conference released the GCAC Players of the Week awards for the week ending April 4th and the University of Mobile had a pair of athletes honored. Rachel Hartley was named the GCAC Women's Tennis Player of the Week and Cameron Smith was named the GCAC Men's Golfer of the Week.

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Times Daily Feature On UM's Maegan Rice

Maegan Rice has always been a good golfer, just not a great one. Until now, that is. Rice enjoyed a nice high school career at Central and signed a golf scholarship with the University of Mobile in 2006. During her first two years, Rice played well for the Rams, averaging in the high 70s. Like a light bulb being turned on in her head, Rice said something clicked between her sophomore and junior years. And now, with her college career winding down, Rice has a renewed vigor for a possible career in golf.

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Posted in: Women's Golf

Mobile Baseball Splits GCAC Doubleheader At Loyola

WESTWEGO, La-- Saturday was a day of highs and lows for the University of Mobile baseball team as they split a conference doubleheader at Loyola University-New Orleans. Loyola took the opening game 9-1, but Mobile rebounded to take the finale 9-0. Mobile (17-23, 10-15) travels to Auburn University-Montgomery for a doubleheader Tuesday, April 6 at 3 pm. Jarrin Brister scattered 7 hits over 8 shutout innings to grab the win in the finale, while striking out and walking 2. Offensively, the Rams pounded out 16 hits and put up tallies in five of the nine innings.

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Posted in: Men's Baseball

UM Softball Splits Twin Bill With Columbia

MOBILE, Ala-- The 24th-ranked University split Friday's twin bill with Columbia College (Mo.) dropping the opener 2-3 and rebounding for a 5-0 win in the finale. In that final game, Leslie Pickette grabbed the win for Mobile by limiting the Lady Cougars to three hits in 6 shutout innings. She struck out seven and walked two. Offensively, Mobile plated five runs on only five hits, with the big blow being a four-run 4th inning that started the scoring. Ally Scott and Nicole Walker both finished 1-3 with 2 RBI, while Jessica Swanson was 1-2 with 1 RBI.

 

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Posted in: Women's Softball

Peacock Pitches Rams To Win At Loyola

WESTWEGO, La-- The University of Mobile baseball team defeated Loyola University-New Orleans 3-1 in the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference series opener Friday evening. Mobile (16-22, 9-14) and Loyola (9-18, 7-15) will finish the three-game series with a doubleheader Saturday at 1 pm. The Rams got a standout pitching performance from Chris Peacock and put pressure on the Wolfpack pitchers with 11 hits.

 

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Posted in: Men's Baseball

Men's Soccer National Championships Coming To Alabama

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The NAIA announced Wednesday the 2010 and 2011 NAIA Men’s Soccer National Championships will be hosted by the Alabama Gulf Coast Sports Commission, in conjunction with the University of Mobile. The events will be played at Orange Beach Sportsplex in Orange Beach, Ala. The 2010 Championship will occur Nov. 29-Dec. 4 and the 2011 event will be contested Nov. 28-Dec. 3.

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Posted in: Men's Soccer
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