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Panthers outlast Quincy 5-2

QUINCY, Ill.—The Drury Panthers outlasted Quincy for a 5-2 win on Friday in Quincy, Illinois. Drury won their sixth straight to improve to 14-2 and 4-1 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. The Hawks dropped to 6-12 and 2-3 in the league.   Quincy grabbed a 1-0 lead winning two …

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Drury in 4th after 36 holes at GLVC Championship

WATERLOO, Iowa— The Drury Panthers are in fourth place after 36 holes at the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship at Annbriar Golf Course on Friday in Waterloo, Iowa.   Drury is 90-over-par with a team score of 666 after two rounds were completed on Friday. 11th ranked Indianapolis is in …

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Panthers win GLVC West with 7-0 win at Quincy

QUINCY, Ill.— Drury completed the 2022 regular season undefeated in Great Lakes Valley Conference play with a 7-0 shutout at Quincy on Friday in Quincy, Illinois.   The Panthers won the West Division championship and will advance to the GLVC Tournament with a 9-6 record and a 5-0 mark in …

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Panthers are ranked 4th in Midwest Region

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.— The Drury University softball team is ranked fourth in the first NCAA-II Midwest regional rankings of the season. The Panthers are 30-11 and 29-8 in games against regional opponents.   Indianapolis (37-5), ranked third nationally, is the top team in the region, while Grand Valley State (28-5) is …

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Drury takes down Northern Iowa 5-2

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.— Drury took down NCAA-I opponent Northern Iowa 5-2 on Saturday at the Cooper Tennis Complex in Springfield.   The Panthers, ranked 24th in NCAA-II, won their fifth straight to improve to 13-2, while Northern Iowa dropped to 5-13.   Drury took a 1-0 lead in the match, winning …

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Panthers finish 9th at GLVC Championship

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind.— Drury moved up from a three-way for 10th to finish ninth at the Great Lakes Valley Conference Championship on Saturday at Broadmoor Country Club in Indianapolis, Indiana.   The Panthers shot 293 in Saturday’s third and final round to finish with a 56-over-par, 920. Missouri-St. Louis ended stroke …

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