Get caught up on all the latest happenings in Covenant athletics with today's edition of Scots Weekly. Every Monday, we'll recap the past week in Covenant athletics with news, scores and notes.
Results (March 16-21)
Men's Tennis (0-1)
L, 4-5 at LaGrange
Women's Tennis (1-0)
W, 8-1 at LaGrange
BY THE NUMBERS:
13: Current hitting streak for softball junior Morgan Lane. Lane has recorded a hit in all games she has played in this season and has tied the program record for longest hitting streak. The record was set by current teammate Jordan Brett who hit safely in the final 12 games of 2014 and the first game of 2015.
1: A couple of firsts. Baseball senior KC Simons hit his first career home run in last Tuesday's loss to Berry. Softball junior Madison Quirk hit her first collegiate grand slam in last Wednesday's contest vs. Maryville.
7-1: The women's tennis team is off to a 7-1 start this year, setting a program record for best start in the process. The Lady Scots have won six straight matches, which ties the program record set twice in 2014.
- Baseball concludes its three-game series with Maryville on Monday night at Maryville. The Scots will be the home team. It is a makeup from Friday's rain/fog out. Covenant will be at N.C. Wesleyan for three games this weekend starting with a doubleheader on Friday.
- Softball will host three teams for doubleheaders this week starting on Tuesday against Wesleyan (2 p.m.). The Lady Scots play Methodist on Friday and N.C. Wesleyan on Saturday. Saturday is Senior Day.
- The tennis teams head to Atlanta on Tuesday to face Oglethorpe and then come back home for big USA South matches against Methodist (Friday) and N.C. Wesleyan (Saturday).
COVENANT PLAYERS OF THE WEEK:
This week's Covenant Players of the Week are women's tennis sophomore Claire Luger and men's tennis freshman Chris Cox. CLICK HERE to read full highlights of the week.
|Claire Luger - So. - Tennis
||Chris Cox - Fr. - Tennis
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