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SLIAC Weekly Release November 6, 2019

The senior class of Greenville University made it a sweep, winning their fourth consecutive St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men's Cross Country Championship. The class of five seniors (Damien Cantrell, Noah Dir, Dylan Goodyear, Dylon Niswonger, and Jackson Pierce) extended the Panthers title streak to four years, the second-longest stretch in conference history. - FULL ARTICLE
For the first time in a decade, the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has a three-peat champion in Women's Cross Country. Webster University won its 3rd straight title after tallying the lowest point total at the SLIAC Championship since 2009. Webster had five runners finish in the top nine and six total earn All-Conference honors. - FULL ARTICLE
After missing out last season, Principia College has returned to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Men's Soccer Tournament and they will do so as the #1 seed in the tournament. - FULL ARTICLE
Although this postseason has the same field as the previous two years, there is an underlying difference. All four teams come into the SLIAC Tournament with just one conference loss this season, marking the first time in conference history that has occurred.. - FULL ARTICLE
Greenville will play host to the 2019 SLIAC Volleyball Tournament. The tournament field also includes MacMurray, Webster, and Westminster and will take place on Saturday, November 6 with the first match at 2 p.m. - FULL ARTICLE
After being named the SLIAC Men's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week earlier this week, Spalding's Kornell Hilliard picked up national weekly honors from the United Soccer Coaches. - FULL ARTICLE

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