4/29: BASE vs Thomas More (L 5-3 (10 Inn.)); 4/30: MTEN at PAC Championships (9 AM), MGOLF at PAC Championships (9 AM), TRACK - PAC Championships (11 AM), SB at Saint Vincent (1 PM)
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Senior Kyle Booker did his part to help the Bison to third place after the first day of the PAC Championships on Friday. The Green & White finished the day just two points behind second-place Saint Vincent. Booker earned a win over Geneva's Evan Shaw (6-4, 6-3), before falling to Greg Smith (6-3, 6-3) in the semifinals. He will play Thomas More's Sergio Pascual in the consolation match. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

Junior Jack Waters helped the Bison to 29 points in day one of the Presidents' Athletic Conference Championships. The Green & White are currently tied for third place as all six players won at least one singles match. Waters took down Thomas More's Brandon Lorentz 6-0, 6-0 at No. 6 singles, before falling to Dalton Yezovich in the semifinals. He and partner Marcus Hooks also won a first-round match at No. 3 doubles. (Photo Courtesy of Martin Santek Photography)

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