Arkansas Baptist Sports Digest 12.11-12.16.2021

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

Ouachita Baptist University  

TIGERS DROP SHOOTOUT AT SAU 

MAGNOLIA, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University women’s basketball team came up short on Saturday in a Great American Conference road game against Southern Arkansas, falling by a final score of 102-99. 

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SAU EDGES OUACHITA, 71-66 

MAGNOLIA, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University men’s basketball team lost a Great American Conference game on the road Saturday to Southern Arkansas by a final score of 71-66.  

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TIGERS OUTLAST NEO 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University wrestling team picked up a hard-fought win over Northeast Oklahoma A&M on Saturday at home by a final score of 22-21. 

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MORE ALL-REGION HONORS FOR WOMEN’S SOCCER 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – The United Soccer Coaches organization has awarded a pair of Ouachita Baptist University women’s soccer players with all-region honors for the 2021 season. 

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TIGERS WIN BIG IN FINAL NON-CONFERENCE GAME 

ARKADELPHIA, Arkansas – The Ouachita Baptist University men’s basketball team had its best offensive outing of the season on Tuesday at home in a 95-72 win over Champion Christian College. 

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STAFFORD EARNS ALL-AMERICA HONOR 

WICHITA FALLS, Texas – Ouachita Baptist University offensive lineman Peyton Stafford has been selected to the Division II Conference Commissioners Association All-America Second Team for the 2021 season. 

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Williams Baptist University  

Eagles Compete at NAIA Challenge Duals 

CAMPBELLSVILLE, Ky. – The Williams wrestling team competed at the NAIA Challenge Duals, hosted by Lindsey Wilson College. The Eagles defeated Bluefield College and fell to (13) Marian, (11) Cumberlands, (2) Life Univ., and (17) Lindsey Wilson.  

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Eagles Place Second at Home Meet 

POCAHONTAS, Ark. – The Williams swim teams placed second at their home meet on Saturday. St.Ambrose finished in first, while Bethel finished third. 

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