Straight-set Saturday wins over Kansas Wesleyan and William Woods capped a 4-0 weekend at the Columbia College Fall Classic for the No. 9-ranked Cougars.
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A thrilling five-set win over No. 13 Lindsey Wilson and a sweep of Wiley College highlighted the Cougars first day of play of the CC Fall Classic.
With Molly Klein's final Columbia College soccer game quickly approaching, a stellar career with her coach and father, John, ends. But the special bond they share won't.
At 17-2 overall and 5-0 in the American Midwest Conference, the Cougars have been rolling as they continued their winning streak Friday night in Henderson, Tennessee.
A pitcher for the Tigers from 2015-17, the Red Sox minor leaguer will be competing for USA Baseball for the third time in his career.
Mackenzie Ray and Noah Wilson both had runner-up finishes individually, but the Cougars walked away from their home tournament without a winner's plaque despite being in the hunt after the first round.
For all that went wrong for Cougars golf Monday — a player injury for the men and a non-scoring clubhouse runner-up for the women — both of CC's teams are in good spots entering Tuesday's second round.
Two individual titles for Columbia College were the highlights of the Cougars' inaugural meet at Gans Creek as the women won and the men finished second in the team races.