• St. Louis, Mo., April 18 — Austin Teal was named to the American Midwest Conference Baseball Player of the Week. Teal earned Athlete of the Week honors for the first time in his career after going 7-16 with two home runs, six RBIs and four runs scored in a 4-1 week for the Mustangs. He hit safely in every game that he played during the week and went 4-10 against Missouri Baptist in the Mustangs’ series victory. On Saturday, in the series finale, he had a pair of hits and three RBIs, including the home run that ended the game in the seventh inning in run rule fashion.
• Texarkana, April 19 — Heading to the road for a midweek doubleheader, CBC took on the Eagles of Texas A&M-Texarkana at Dobson Field. The Mustangs (21-22) had leads in both games but couldn’t slow down the bats of the Eagles (29-18), falling twice 14-10 and 7-5.
• North Little Rock, April 22 — Opening their final home series of the season, CBC took on the Eagles of Williams Baptist University (WBU) in an AMC game at DeSalvo Memorial Field at Burns Park. CBC (22-22, 7-9 AMC) put the game away early and got great pitching to beat WBU (20-23, 5-11 AMC) 11-1.
• North Little Rock, April 24 — Looking to sweep the series after a win in game one, CBC hosted the WBU Eagles at Burns Park in the final two games of the three game series. CBC (24-22, 9-9 AMC) made their case for locking up the five seed in the AMC Tournament, finishing the sweep of WBU (20-25, 5-13 AMC) by scores of 7-2 and 11-8.
• Hannibal, Mo., April 19 — Playing a road doubleheader for the final time this season, CBC took on the Trojans of Hannibal-LaGrange (HLGU) at HLGU Field in a pair of AMC contests. CBC (20-18, 8-6 AMC) only mustered 3 runs and 12 hits in the doubleheader in a sweep, dropping the contests to HLGU (13-20, 9-5 AMC) 10-3 and 2-0.
• Conway, April 22 — Returning home to start their final four-game homestand, CBC hosted the Hornets of Harris-Stowe State (HSSU) in an AMC doubleheader at City of Colleges Park. CBC (22-18, 10-6 AMC) set a new record for runs in a doubleheader, sweeping HSSU (0-32, 0-16 AMC), winning 30-0 and 23-0 in the two games.
• Conway, April 24 — Looking to end the regular season on a high note, and head into AMC postseason play on a four-game winning streak, CBC hosted the Eutectics of the University of Health Sciences and Pharmacy (UHSP) in St. Louis at City of Colleges Park. CBC (24-18, 12-6 AMC) got the job done, winning both ends of the doubleheader by scores of 9-7 and 10-2 over UHSP (13-17, 7-11 AMC).
Track & Field
• St. Louis, Mo., April 18 — Ally Swaim was selected as the AMC women’s outdoor track athlete of the week. Swaim earned her fourth career Athlete of the Week selection after qualifying for the NAIA Outdoor National Track Championship at the Little Rock Twilight. Swaim posted a time of 14.58 seconds in the 100-meter hurdles to qualify with a B standard time in the NAIA and just .03 off the A standard time. Her time was the 15th fastest in the NAIA this year and qualified her for outdoor nationals for the third time.
• Jonesboro, April 24 — Competing for the final time before the AMC Championship, CBC was at Arkansas State University for the Red Wolves Open. CBC had a total of six competitors on the afternoon. Josh Brown competed in the 100-meter race and finished 16th with a time of 11.88. Brown also ran the 110-meter hurdles and finished 12th with a time of 16.11. Josh Settle competed in the 200 meters and finished with a time of 27.92. Isaiah Patterson finished 15th in the long jump with a distance of 5.46 meters. Jadon Price finished 14th in the shot put with a distance of 10.57 meters. Ally Swaim competed in two events, finishing the 100-meter race in a time of 12.88 and finishing the 100-meter hurdles with a personal record time of 14.34 for a ninth-place finishing spot. Isaiah Stiger also competed in the high jump, but did not score.
• St. Louis, Mo., April 25 — For the second consecutive week and the fifth time in her career, Ally Swaim has been named AMC women’s outdoor track athlete of the week. Swaim ran two events this past weekend at the Red Wolves Open in Jonesboro. She set a new personal record time in the 100-meter hurdles of 14.34 seconds, finishing ninth in an event against Division I runners. She also placed seventh in the 100-meter dash with a time of 12.88 this past weekend.