Monday updates

17 05 2010

Baseball drops series at ULL

As many of you might already be aware, the Western Kentucky baseball team continued its overall struggles this past weekend at Louisiana-Lafayette – winning on Friday, but losing on both Saturday and Sunday to drop to 33-20, 14-13 in league play.

WKU now sits basically in seventh place within the Sun Belt Conference with three games to play against third place Middle Tennessee this weekend at Nick Denes Field. 

With first place in the regular season now completely out of the question, WKU will now seemingly have to set its aim on winning the upcoming Sun Belt Conference Tournament in Murfreesboro in order to have any real shot at the NCAA Tournament this season. 

Nowell resigns as WKU strength coach

WKU will be looking for a new director of strength and conditioning as I was able to confirm this morning with the school that Jim Nowell offered his resignation from the university last week. 

Nowell has spent the past three seasons at WKU as the strength and conditioning coach, working almost exclusively with the football program. 

He was hired in 2007 by former coach David Elson after spending the previous three seasons at Mississippi State. 

RPI story in full

For those of you haven’t seen it, let me force it upon you!

Only joking. 

But in all seriousness, here’s this weekend’s Sun Belt men’s hoops RPI story. Should be an interesting couple days in Destin, Fla. later this month in terms of what comes out of the discussions about a new league-wide non-conference RPI scheduling policy. 

Read it HERE

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