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April 29, 2017 Hensley, Jennings lead way against AU NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – If you listened close enough at Spartan Field Friday, April 28, you might just have heard the late Gene Kelly crooning his classic rendition of “Singing In The Rain”.
April 27, 2017 Spartans toppled at Bluffton BLUFFTON, OHIO – Sophomore third baseman Kate Skeens (Gas City, Ind.) and junior second baseman Laurren Ladwig (Crown Point, Ind.) each collected multiple-hit efforts, guiding Manchester University in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference twinbill at Bluffton University Wednesday, April 26.
April 24, 2017 Second game rally spotlights non-league twinbill NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – Sophomore third baseman Kate Skeens (Gas City, Ind.) laced a run-scoring double, while junior right fielder Mallorie Jennings (Bourbon, Ind.) sent another Manchester University score scooting home with a single as part of a two-run sixth inning, lifting the Spartans to a 3-2 nightcap victory over Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association leading Alma College Monday, April 24.
April 23, 2017 Walter’s second game gem lifts Manchester University HANOVER, IND. – Junior Madisyn Walter (Hanna, Ind.) reeled off her fifth successive outing of five innings or more Sunday, April 23, to lead Manchester University to a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference split at Hanover College’s Kops-Bedel Stadium.
April 20, 2017 Black and Gold take four-game win streak on road A Sunday, April 23, trip to Hanover College has Manchester University looking to keep itself among the 2017 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference postseason tournament landscape.
April 18, 2017 Grounding the Flying Dutch: Spartans knock off MIAA leaders NORTH MANCHESTER, IND. – Freshman Tristyn Koon (Kokomo, Ind.) and junior Madisyn Walter (Hanna, Ind.) proved an effective one-two punch in the circle, while Manchester University produced timely hitting on offense Tuesday, April 18.