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Waldorf played host to Bellevue University on Monday afternoon for their final regular season game. The Bruins entered the double-header sitting in second place in the MCAC and receiving votes in the NAIA. Both teams had already secured their spot in the MCAC tournament later in the week, Bellevue with the second seed and Waldorf with the fourth seed.
Waldorf 9, CSM 1 (5 innings)
Kathryn Nieman jump started the Warrior offense in the second with a solo homer. They struck again in the third inning, led by a double from Kate Martino. With a runner in scoring position, Kristin Davis singled to center to drive in the run and give Waldorf the 2-0 lead.
Waldorf sought to bounce back from dropping a pair to Oklahoma Wesleyan on Friday, and continue their hunt for the post-season.
Waldorf 7, OKWU 6
Waldorf 10, York 4
York got on the board in the first behind a two-run homer and the Warriors waited until the third inning to begin their rally. With the bases load, Michelle Eden recorded the first RBI with a single to left field. Maggie Hawley singled to drive in the Warriors' second run. The third run of the inning came as Courtney Palmer was hit by a pitch to walk in a run.
Brock Binversie continues to add to his accolades during his junior campaign with the Warrior wrestling program. In the 2012-13 season Binversie was a NAIA national qualifier and a NAIA Scholar Athlete. He has now been selected as a NWCA All-Academic honoree.
This list recognizes individuals who qualified for the national tournament and maintain at least a 3.25 GPA, or All-Americans who maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.
Binversie is a criminal justice major at Waldorf and maintains a 3.62 GPA.