The Hendrix College men’s soccer team moved their winning streak to four matches with a 2-0 victory over Lyon College at Warrior Field on Wednesday night.
The Warriors (4-3-2) struck in the 16th minute when sophomore midfielder Jacob Pierce delivered the ball to freshman forward Anthony Galick, who rocketed a shot into to the back of the net from 30 yards out.
In the 28th minute, Galick fed sophomore forward Will Dunaway, who struck scored from just right of the goal into the left corner to give Hendrix the 2-0 victory.
Sophomore keeper Marco Luna had two saves for the Warriors, giving him two on the year. Luna tied Kylee Beene’s (2004-07) program career mark of nine shutouts.
UCA WOMEN’S GOLF
WOLCOTT, Colo. — The University of Central Arkansas women’s golf team finished 11th on Wednesday at the 18-team Golfweek Conference Challenge the Fazio Course at Red Sky Golf Club.
UCA shot 315-320-315 for a 950 total. Pepperdine went wire to wire to easily win at 869, followed by UC Davis (905), TCU (910), Denver and East Tennessee State (917), Harvard and SMU (925), Florida International (927), San Jose State (934), Morehead State (948), UCA (950), UALR (954), Ball Sate (957), Northern Arizona (971), Illinois State (978), Indiana (979), James Madison (985) and Boston College (990).
UCA junior Malin Senneryd, from Linkoping, Sweden, tied for 22nd place after rounds of 72-81-77-230. Sophomore Sarah Brown tied for 37th (76-80-79_235), along with freshman Kendra Bishop (84-74-77-235). Sophomore Frida Svensson was 78th (87-88-82-257) while freshman-Elisa Axelsen tied for 79th (83-85-90-258).
GREENBRIER CROSS COUNTRY
SEARCY — Rachel Barnhardt finished second overall out of 116 competitors in leading the Greenbrier cross country team the Bison Stampeded at Harding Academy.
She finished the 1.5-mile course in 10;01.79. She was followed by teammates Allisyn Sitzes, Jailen Griffen, Shelby Duke, Carson Matthews, Jayden Glover, and Lydia Morgan.
The junior boys finished fourth out of 12 teams, trailing Lake Hamilton, Vilonia, and Cabot. \Ian Kelly’s 9:41.55 effort in the 1.5-mile race led the Panthers. All five of the remaining junior Panthers crossed the finish line in less than 11 minutes. In order of finish behind Kelly they were Ethan Smith, Colton Ray, Cain Newton, Aki Shelton, and Caleb Galloway.
The senior boys finished fifth out of 14 teams and were led by Ryan Treat’s 5K time of 18:36.72 and 12th-place overall finish of 142 runners. The next three Panther runners all broke the 20-minute mark. Austyn Sitzes came in 15th in 18:53.98, Ryan Beegle ran a 19:43.77, and Rayce Baker clocked a 19:48.46. Completing the Panther effort were Jared McKenzie, Gabe Bray, Hunter Glover, and Andrew Cook.