College baseball: Minnesota Duluth freshman Skyler Wenninger was named a member of the All-Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Gold Glove team. Wenninger committed just three errors and had 67 putouts and 77 assists for a .980 fielding percentage in 38 games.
- St. Scholastica shortstop Tyler Duex was named Upper Midwest Athletic Conference player of the week after batting .500 for the week with 11 RBIs. He also did not make an error as the Saints went 5-0 and clinched the UMAC regular-season title.
College softball: Wisconsin-Superior senior and Superior graduate Britnee Blake was named to the All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference first team and junior Kristen Haider received an honorable mention nod. Blake batted .419 on the season, scored 20 runs, drove in seven and stole 11 bases. Haider led the Yellowjackets with a .423 batting average and added four home runs and 16 RBIs. Senior catcher Haley McNeil was named to the WIAC All-Sportsmanship team.
College men’s tennis: St. Scholastica sophomore Josh Stainer was named UMAC Player of the Year after going 6-0 in conference matches and finishing 14-6 record overall. Stainer also led the Saints in doubles play, recording 20 victories with partner James Mack. In addition to Stainer and Mack, Nick Lambrecht, Mike Fontana and Cullen Combs were named to the All-UMAC team and coach Wells Patten was named UMAC Coach of the Year.
College women’s tennis: St. Scholastica junior Alexis Gunderson, senior Aleksandra Ochrymowicz and freshmen Jessica Solberg and Madeleine Scanlan were all named to the All-UMAC team.
Golf: Enger Park and Lester Park golf courses plan to open today. Only Enger’s front nine will open, while Lester’s 27 holes will be available for walkers only.