Cusumano now owns the best single-season scoring average in SIU history. Her average round score of 75.78 tops that of Alison Hiller, who previously held the record with 76.36 strokes per round from the 2001-02 season. “It’s like a dream,” Cusumano said. “To finish with that record, it feels like a dream. I can’t even describe how much it means to me.”
Seek out Bill and Jamie Cawthon’s truck for sausages with the perfect snappy-then-tender texture and brilliant flavor. The secret to the texture is a two-step cooking process: sous vide and then grilled to order.
Nourish by Hollyberry, the market and café from Holly Cunningham’s acclaimed catering service, announced it will begin offering a meal-subscription service this fall. Based on customizable preferences, the program will deliver prepared, flash-frozen entrées, side dishes, desserts and more to customers’ homes.
Ryan Haxel, a 2012 graduate of Westminster Christian Academy, closed out Round 2 at Normandie Golf Club with a 1-under 70 – the only red-figure round of the two-day event – to capture the 30th Normandie Amateur.
To kick-start “Project Wake Up,” as the documentary is named, Lindley and his friends used the Go Fund Me crowd funding site, where in one campaign they raised $10,000 in 24 hours, and peaked around $30,000.
Kirk Day School teamed up with Westminster Christian Academy and Promise Christian Academy to give over 200 Christmas gifts to foster children served by One Heart Ministries.
Kirk Day School partnered with Westminster Christian Academy and Promise Christian Academy to provide over 200 Christmas gifts to the foster children served by One Heart Family Ministries. The ministry serves children in foster care by recruiting, training and supporting Christian families willing to open their homes and hearts to nurture children in need.
Westminster Christian Academy has named Carla Meyer Powell ’99 as Director of Guidance and Counseling, effective August 1, 2015. Powell will work alongside four other counselors to provide individual counseling to students and parents in need, education and information on pertinent developmental topics, and guidance on academic planning.
TU energy management senior Brett Baumgartner ’11 has spent much of his summer combing through historic issues of the Oil and Gas Journal as part of a research internship funded by the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN).
Boston Red Sox prospect Tate Matheny ’12, the eldest son of St. Louis Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, faces this obstacle on a daily basis as his name and pedigree create inevitable comparison.
An excellent senior forward, Williams scored 16 goals and had 19 assists for an impressive total of 51 points.
Tate Matheny ’12 always wanted someone throwing him balls to hit when he was younger. That’s still the case today.
Robert and Carmen Starr are happy to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Whitney Erin Starr to Rev. Christopher L. Davis ’03, son of Wiley Davis, Jr. and Deborah Davis of St. Louis, MO.
The Boston Red Sox selected outfielder Tate Matheny ’12, the son of Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, early in the fourth round Tuesday (June 9). The Missouri State Bears junior doesn’t have blazing speed, but his solid reads and instincts have made him a plus center fielder.
Missouri State center fielder Tate Matheny ’12, son of Cardinals manager Mike Matheny, was selected by the Boston Red Sox in the fourth round of the Major League Baseball Entry Draft on Tuesday.
Congratulations to Bryn McKie ’12, who was selected 1st team All-Conference for the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference, NCAA Div III 1st team All-Region, and NCCAA 1st Team All-American.
In Friday’s Post-Dispatch we touched on freshman designated hitter Shane Benes and his yearlong comeback from multiple ACL surgeries. Nobody knows Benes better than his father, former big league pitcher Andy Benes. Here’s more from the former Cardinals righthander on his son.
As Tate Matheny’s power numbers began to climb along with his batting average in 2014, opposing pitchers sought less dangerous ways to confront the Missouri State center fielder.
In the top of the third inning, Missouri designated hitter Shane Benes led off with a double to left field. After second baseman Brett Peel hit an infield single to second base, Benes scored on a sacrifice fly from centerfielder Jake Ring. Peel scored on a double by shortstop Ryan Howard to bring the score to 2-0 Missouri heading to the bottom of the third.
In Friday’s Post-Dispatch we touched on freshman designated hitter Shane Benes and his yearlong comeback from multiple ACL surgeries. Nobody knows Benes better than his father, former big league pitcher Andy Benes.