Weekly Sports Round-Up


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Merlina San Nicolás Leyva, Sports Editor


In an upset, the Lions defeated nationally ranked University of Indianapolis 34-27 on Saturday. Both teams were coming into the match undefeated in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. Indianapolis was ranked first in the conference and Lindenwood was ranked second. The Lions were on the hunt for their fifth consecutive win of the season, while the Greyhounds had already made a conference record of 23 wins in a row this season.

The Lions will face Missouri S&T on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 1 p.m.

Men’s D1 Ice Hockey 

The Lindenwood men’s ice hockey team defeated Robert Morris University on a two-game series, with the first match going into overtime for a 2-3 final score. Saturday was a goal fest as the Lions scored 8 goals total for a final 1-8.

The Lions will host Davenport University for weekend matches on Nov. 9 and 10.

Women’s Volleyball 

The Lindenwood women’s volleyball team had a tough weekend after falling to Bellarmine University 3-1 and the University of Indianapolis 3-0 at Hyland Arena on Friday and Saturday, respectively.

The Lions record fell to 10-13 overall and 1-10 in conference play. The Lions will face Truman State and Quincy University on Nov. 9 and 10 at Hyland Arena.

Bellarmine Boxscore

Indianapolis Boxscore

Field Hockey 

The Lindenwood field hockey won their last home match during Senior Day 3-1 against Bellarmine University on Saturday.

“It was kind of an emotional but perfect game to end our home games on,” Senior Caro Theunisz said. “The energy on the field and in the stands was just amazing. We all fought so hard and it paid off.”

The Lions will compete in Louisville, Kentucky, against Bellarmine and Frostburg University. The first match will start on Friday.

Bellarmine Boxscore

Men’s Soccer 

The Lions fell twice against Quincy University and Truman State over the weekend but managed to remain in the top ten teams of the GLVC to qualify the first round of the GLVC Championship Tournament. Their opponent will be determined before the competition, which is set to begin on Nov. 15 in Jeffersonville, Indiana.

The men’s soccer team is ranked No. 7 for the GLVC.
Photo from Lindenwood Athletics

Quincy Boxscore

Truman Boxscore