- Ada, Oklahoma


September 27, 2013

ECU volleyball squad sweeps Southwestern


Ada —

The Lady Tigers will now travel to Bloomer Sullivan Arena in Durant tonight to face arch rival Southeastern. The first serve is set to fly at 7 p.m..


Women’s golf returns to action

ADA – The East Central University women's golf team will participate in its second tournament of the fall Saturday when they travel to Arkadelphia, Ark., for the Lady Reddie Invitational. Henderson State will host the tournament at the DeGray State Park Golf Course and it will feature two rounds, both played on Saturday.

The Lady Tigers will be one of four teams at the tournament, will all four coming from the Great American Conference. Besides the host Reddies and ECU, Arkansas-Monticello and Ouachita Baptist will be at the event.

The Lady Tigers will have a five-person group consisting of one senior, two juniors, one sophomore and one freshman. Junior Lindsey Lunceford is the only player in the group that was at the event for ECU a year ago. Lunceford finished 17th individually and helped the team earn a fourth-place finish. She shot a 167 (81-86) in the two rounds and has an 82.5 average after one tournament in 2013.

Freshman Molli Taylor and senior Megan Dutton will be competing in their second tournaments of the season. Taylor has an 83.5 average and Dutton has an 84 average so far this season.

Sophomore Sarah DeLong and junior Payton Taylor will round out the field for the Lady Tigers, with both playing for the first time in 2013.


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