JACKSON, Mississippi- James McGlumphy set the tone Friday afternoon. And the weekend ended with UMHB baseball’s 400th win as a D-III program. Chalk it up to a memorable weekend on the road for the Crusaders, now 12-10 on the year, who took two of three from Belhaven, winning the series on Saturday afternoon.
BELTON- There was a point in Tuesday’s duel with No. 16 Trinity that Mike Stawski sensed something special was taking place in his dugout.
In the past, the Crusaders had entered the two annual non-conference matchups with the Tigers hoping they might win. But on Tuesday night, that changed. Now, UMHB believed it would win.
BELTON- The confidence is growing at a rapid rate for the UMHB baseball team.
On Tuesday night, just three days after taking down a UT-Dallas team now ranked No. 5 in the nation, the Crusaders added a second consecutive Top 25 win, defeating No. 16 Trinity, 12-9, for the first time since 2017.
GEORGETOWN, Texas- The UMHB baseball team continued its strong production at the plate Tuesday night, scoring 13 runs. Southwestern countered with five more, however, to earn an 18-13 non-conference victory, as the two opponents combined for 36 hits in a game that spanned a lengthy three hours and 41 minutes.
Each Monday, we take a look back on the way the week unfolded for several UMHB teams, as the spring sports get underway. So here is a quick look at how each team in action this week fared. Combined, the Cru was 9-7 on the week.
There was plenty that occurred this past weekend in UMHB athletics as baseball, softball, basketball, tennis all competed, and picked up victories early in the spring. We will recap it all for you in this quick weekend review. Be sure to follow our coverage on Twitter at @TrueToTheCru, and right here on the website, where we will have plenty of ASC Tournament basketball coverage this week.