The Hendrix women's basketball team (17-7, 9-4 SAA) took over sole possession of second place in the Southern Athletic Association standings with a 60-47 victory Sunday over Millsaps at Grove Gymnasium.
"I'm proud of the girls for grinding one out," said coach Drew Gaeng. "It wasn't pretty but we are happy with the result. Feels good to send our seniors out with a win at home."
Madison Martin led with 13 points and two assists. Vinessa Daniel had eight points and five rebounds. Kassie Jenkins had eight points and four rebounds.
Millsaps (8-16, 5-8) defeated the Hendrix men (5-10, 3-10), 78-73.
Jacob Link had 20 points and six rebounds for the Warriors. Michael Calamese added 14 points and Trey Rouse 12.
The Hendrix softball team upped its record to 2-1 Sunday with a 10-8 victory over Austin College at Warrior Field.
Taylor Oglesby led a 10-hit attack by the Warriors by going 3 for 4. Jordan Hunt had a double.
Williamette College defeated Hendrix, 8-2, Sunday in the Rusty Greer and Jackie Moore Classic at Grand Prairie, Texas.
Jake Wiegand was 3 for 4 and Sen Dehne 2 for 4 for the Warriors (0-3).
Central Baptist College (17-5, 3-4) never trailed Saturday in a 94-83 victory over Freed-Hardeman, clinching a spot in the Amiercan Midwest Conference men's tournament.
CBC also now sits in sole possession of second place in the AMC with top-seed Columbia defeating Harris-Stowe State .
Victor Dukes led the Mustangs in scoring with 25 points. Da'Jon Streettr added 22. Ashlford Golden had 18 and Pennell Washington 14 and 14 rebounds.
The Lady Lions (22-3, 17-2) won the women's game,, 83-37, as CBC fell to 11-13, 7-12).
Emily Gardner led the Mustangs with nine points .
At the Burns Park Tennis Center in North Little Rock on Sunday, the UCA tennis team (4-2) defeated Austin Peay, 6-3, and Oral Roberts, 4-0.