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  • Roughrider Baseball team is now 26-7 overall and 11-1 in Region 16 play on the season. This weekend they swept St. Charles Community College in a 4 game series: 7-2, 2-1, 12-2, and 14-6. The Roughriders are scheduled to play a 9 inning game at Fort Scott Community College on Tuesday, April 1, at 2:00 p.m. They play host to Jefferson Community College, April 4 - 6:00 pm (9 inning game), April 5 – 1:00pm (two 7 inning games) and April 6 – noon (9 inning game).
For game statistics please call 417-455-5626 or e-mail: riderbaseball@crowder.edu

For a complete schedule: http://www.crowder.edu/athletics/baseball/schedule/

  • The Lady ‘Riders Softball team won all 4 games this past weekend in the Indian Hills Tournament to boost their record to 27-6 overall and 10-0 in Region 16 play. They will play a doubleheader at Maple Woods on Tuesday, April 1, at 2:00 p.m. They will be at home on Wednesday, April 2, at 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. taking on NEO A&M.
For game statistics please call 417-455-5674 or e-mail: johnsisemore@crowder.edu

For a complete schedule: http://www.crowder.edu/athletics/softball/

  • The Lady ‘Riders Basketball Team will hold tryouts on Saturday, April 5, starting at 10:00 am. in Bob Sneller Gymnasium on the Neosho campus. The tryout is open to all high school graduates and current 2014 seniors. Please contact Coach Robbins, Crowder Women’s Basketball Office if you plan to attend or have questions. Phone: 417-455-5658 or e-mail: tinarobbins@crowder.edu
  • Roughrider Soccer team had a spring scrimmage this past weekend defeating Ozark Christian College 1-0, and Wentworth Military Academy 3-0. The will host a Halves Tournament Saturday, April 5 (All halves are 45 minutes). Crowder will play NW Arkansas Community College at 11:00 am, NEO at 2:00 pm, and Ozark Christian College at 4:00 pm.
3v3 Life Without Limits event is April 26. Registration is $50 per team of 5 players with all proceeds benefiting United Cerebral Palsy Fund. Contact Coach Brad Smith for registration, 417-455-5443 or e-mail: bradsmith@crowder.edu

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