AR Baptist Sports Digest 9/25 – 10/01/2021

 A round-up of headlines in sports from our Baptist universities, Williams Baptist University and Ouachita Baptist University. 

Williams Baptist University  

Lady Eagles Drop AMC Opener to Stephens 

WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. – The Williams women’s soccer team dropped their AMC Conference opener to Stephens, 2-1. 

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Lady Eagles Drop Match Against Freed-Hardeman 

HENDERSON, Tenn. – The Williams volleyball squad fell on the road to the Freed-Hardeman Lady Lions.  

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Eagles Swim Competed at Sam Freas Invite 

EDMOND, Okla. – The Williams swimming teams competed at the Sam Freas Invite held in Edmond, Okla. on Saturday. Both the men and the women had several top 10 finishes.  

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Lady Eagles Drop AMC Opener to (20) Columbia 

WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. – The Williams volleyball team dropped their AMC Opener to (20) Columbia in straight sets on Monday night. 

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Lady Eagles Take Down Toppers 2-0 

BLUE MOUNTAIN, Miss. – The Williams women’s soccer team shutout the Blue Mountain College Toppers 2-0 on Tuesday afternoon. 

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Lady Eagles Finish 3rd at Lyon Fall Invite 

BATESVILLE, Ark. – The Williams women’s golf team finished in third place at the Lyon Fall Invite, ten strokes behind the second place finishers. Emma French won a card-off to be awarded fifth place. 

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Eagles Golf Finishes in 4th at Lyon Fall Invite 

BATESVILLE, Ark. – The Williams men’s golf team finished in fourth place at the Lyon Fall Invite, two strokes behind the third place finisher and twelve strokes behind second place. 

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Big First Half Propels Eagles Past Blue Mountain 

BLUE MOUNTAIN, Miss. – The Williams men’s soccer team scored four goals in the first half to beat Blue Mountain 4-1 on Tuesday afternoon. 

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Lady Eagles Fall At Jarvis Christian 

HAWKINS, Texas – The Lady Eagles fell in five sets at the Jarvis Christian College Bulldogs.  

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Ouachita Baptist University 

RIVERHAWKS GET PAST TIGERS, 1-0 

TALEQUAH, Oklahoma – The Ouachita Baptist University men’s soccer team continued Great American Conference/Mid-America Athletic Association competition on Saturday with a 1-0 loss on the road to Northeastern State.  

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8TH-RANKED TIGERS FALL TO BISONS, 38-21 

SEARCY, Arkansas – Ouachita Baptist University’s 30-game conference win streak in football came to an end on Saturday with a 38-21 loss on the road against the Harding Bisons.  

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OLIVEIRA, FUERSCHUSS LEAD TIGERS AT GAC FALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas – Francisco Oliveira and Tobias Fuerschuss won flights to highlight the individual performances for the Ouachita Baptist University men’s tennis team at the Great American Conference Fall Championships held this past weekend in Russellville. 

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NINE WINS FOR WOMEN’S TENNIS AT GAC FALL CHAMPIONSHIPS 

RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University women’s tennis team combined for nine wins at the Great American Conference Fall Championships this past weekend in Russellville. 

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TIGERS REMAIN IN TOP 20 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University football team has been ranked No. 19 and No. 17 in this week’s top 25 polls for NCAA Division II. 

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SNOW EARNS SECOND GAC GOALKEEPER OF THE WEEK HONOR 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – For the second time this season, Ouachita Baptist University junior women’s soccer player Michele Snow has been named the Great American Conference Goalkeeper of the Week. 

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TECH GETS PAST TIGERS IN FOUR SETS 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University volleyball team lost to Arkansas Tech on Tuesday at home in four sets by final scores of 25-20, 16-25, 25-27, and 26-28. 

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NO. 19 TIGERS HOST NWOSU FOR HOMECOMING 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – The 19th-ranked Ouachita Baptist University football team looks to rebound from its first conference loss since 2017 this Saturday at home against Northwestern Oklahoma State. 

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