UW-Parkside finished eighth overall in the three-round event that concluded Monday at the Midland Country Club in Midland, Mich. ... Danny Sanicki led the Rangers in 14th place with a 223 (74-77-72), followed by Matt Unger, tied for 31st with a 232 (77-78-77) and Adrien Jackson, tied for 51st with a 241 (79-85-77). ... Steven Sanicki tied for 56th with a 245 (78-87-80), followed by Ben Peloquin, tied for 56th with a 245 (88-78-79). ... Wayne State won the team title with an 865.
Northwood 1, UW-Parkside 0
A second-half penalty kick by visiting Northwood on Sunday was the game’s only goal, as the Rangers suffered their first Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference loss, which also ended their four-game winning streak. ... Junior Max Ludwig led Parkside (5-4, 4-1) with two shots on goal.
Elmhurst 1, Carthage 0
Elmhurst scored the game’s only goal with just three minutes left in regulation to send the Red Men to their first College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin setback of the season Saturday. ... The loss dropped Carthage to 6-6 overall and 1-1 in the CCIW. ... The late Elmhurst goal was the first allowed by Carthage goalie Niko Mavrogiannis in 266 minutes of action.
Ashland 2, UW-Parkside 0
Visiting Ashland scored a goal in each half to drop the Rangers to 5-5 overall and 0-2 in the GLIAC on Sunday. ... Parkside played the game without senior goalie Adrianna Bratel, who broke the program’s all-time saves record Friday, because of injury. ... Junior Delaney Benich led Parkside with five shots on goal.
Carthage 3, Elmhurst 1
The visiting Bluejays scored first, but the Reds answered with three straight goals to pick up their first CCIW win of 2019 at Art Keller Field on Saturday. ... Scoring for Carthage (4-4-2, 1-0-1) were Kenzie Zocher, Libby Snyder and Jacey Kent. ... Kent’s goal was her third of the season, while Zocher also registered an assist.
Carthage 3, North Park 0
The fifth-ranked Reds rolled to a 25-13, 25-18, 25-18 CCIW victory Friday night at Tarble Arena. ... Carthage improved to 18-1 overall and 4-0 in conference play. ... Leaders included Megan Behrendt (eight kills), Shannon Kebisek (eight kills), Nicole Acton (seven kills) and Ellie LeCount (35 assists).
Grand Valley State 3, UW-Parkside 0
The visiting Lakers recorded a 25-22, 25-20, 25-20 GLIAC victory at the DeSimone Gymnasium on Saturday. ... Leaders for Parkside (4-12, 2-5) included Reese Rosnagel (13 kills), Carlee Behnke (five kills), Kendall Holmes (five kills), Emma Habisch (16 assists), Alysha Brickl (15 assists) and Ann Leo (15 digs).
Augustana 5, Carthage 4
St. Joseph graduate Giana Apostoli won a singles match and was part of a victorious doubles team in the Reds’ tight CCIW loss to the visiting Vikings on Friday afternoon. ... At No. 1 singles, Apostoli defeated Augustana’s Annie Timm, 6-2, 6-0. ... Apostoli teamed with Jen Ptak to defeat Zeana Badawi and Lauren Oda, 8-1, at No. 1 doubles. ... Also picking up wins for Carthage were Sam Ramsey at No. 3 singles and the No. 2 doubles team of Ramsey and Rachel Anderson.