Siena Heights Athletics had nine programs honored as NAIA Scholar-Teams for their efforts in the 2016-17 school year, as announced recently by the governing bodies. SHU was led by the women's golf team and softball team, boasting a 3.84 and 3.76 grade point average, respectively.
Siena Heights University will induct four athletes and one team into its Athletic Hall of Fame. The 2017 class includes Amanda Haines, Rebecca Meier, Jessica Nietrzeba, Laura Panozzo and the 1989 baseball team.
Siena Heights softball senior second baseman Kyndle Wolfinger was named Second Team All-American by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association, as announced on Monday. Overall, 32 athletes were named First and Second Team All-American by the NFCA.
Siena Heights softball senior infielder Kyndle Wolfinger caps off her career with NAIA Second Team All-American honors, as announced by the NAIA on Friday. A total of 40 athletes, only 10 infielders, in the NAIA were honored as First or Second Team All-Americans.
The Siena Heights men's cross country team and track & field team ranked eighth on the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) NAIA Program of the Year Standings, as announced recently.
The Siena Heights women's track and field team closed out the NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships with six All-American honors in the final day of the meet, on Saturday. The Saints ended the meet with eight All-Americans while participating in 11 different events.
The Siena Heights men's track and field team ended its NAIA Outdoor Track and Field Championships run with five All-Americans while competing in 10 different events. SHU took home two All-American honors in the final day of the meet on Saturday.
After two days of action, the Siena Heights women's track and field team has earned two All-American honors while qualifying for finals in four events at the NAIA Championships, on Thursday and Friday.
The Siena Heights women's track and field team travels to Gulf Shores, Alabama for the 37th Annual Women's Outdoor Track and Field National Championships. The events will take place Thursday-Saturday (May 25-27) at the Mickey Miller Blackwell Stadium. The Saints have 17 athletes qualifying in 12 different events.
The Siena Heights men's track and field team is headed to Gulf Shores, Alabama to compete in the 66th Annual Men's Outdoor Track and Field National Championships starting on Thursday, May 25, and finishing on Saturday, May 27. The Saints have 13 athletes competing in 10 different events.
After competing in multiple last chance meets over the weekend, the Siena Heights men's track and field team found success at the Hillsdale Last Chance Meet, on Thursday, to prepare for the NAIA National Championships next week.
The Siena Heights women's track and field team found success this weekend after attending a few different meets as last chance qualifiers and practice for the NAIA National Championships. SHU took a group of sprinters and jumpers to North Carolina A&T for the 2017 Aggie Last Chance meet, the Saints improving their times and rankings.
Only three points separated the top three teams as the Siena Heights women’s track and field team was named the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Champions on Friday after the conference meet. SHU also earned the WHAC Most Valuable Player, Newcomer of the Year and the Coach of the Year awards.
Three different Saints earned first place as the Siena Heights men’s track and field team finished as the runner-up at the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference Championship Meet, on Thursday and Friday.
The Siena Heights baseball season has come to an early end due to the continual rainfall at the University of Northwestern Ohio. The triple-header scheduled for Saturday, hosted by No. 7 UNOH, has been cancelled.
Three Siena Heights women's lacrosse athletes were named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, as recognized by the governing body on Friday. Saints honored were seniors Aliisa Mason & Tabitha Ferguson and junior Kayla Parks.