The Kalamazoo College Women’s Basketball team fell in the MIAA Semifinal game against the Hope College Dutch in Holland on February 25. The Hornets saw a great season come to an end in a heart-breaking fashion, falling into a hole early and eventually losing 62-48. Senior Emily Lindsay scored ten points in the loss, including her 1,000th career points. Fellow senior Perri Nicholson was a monster in the paint as she pulled down a tremendous 18 rebounds and recorded five blocks. The Hornets finish the season in third place in the MIAA and made the playoffs for the first time in Coach Katie Miller’s stint as a head coach.
The Hornet’s Men’s Tennis team defeated Luther College 7-2 on Sunday, March 2 at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. The Hornets, currently ranked 11th in the region, beat Luther handily as they dominated singles play by a score of 5-1. Branden Metzler, David DeSimone, Robert Hudson, Elan Dantus, and Alberto Ayala all won their singles flights. The Hornets return to action on March 7 when they host Denison University.
The Kalamazoo Women’s Tennis team defeated Luther College 8-1 on March 1 at Coe College in Cedar Rapids, IA. Sarah Woods, Sabrina Dass, Maria Franco, Olivia Bouchard, and Carrie Foura all topped their singles opponents. The Hornets also swept all three flights in doubles action. Kalamazoo returns to action on March 7 when they play host to Denison University.
The Kalamazoo College Women’s Lacrosse team won their first game of the year in a tumultuous fashion as they defeated Defiance College at a neutral location in Brighton, MI by a score of 14-1. Sophomore standout Anika Sproull tallied five goals for Kalamazoo and five other Hornets added to the scoreboard. K Women’s Lacrosse returns to action on Saturday, March 7 as they travel to Oberlin College to face off with the Yeowomen.