Both Conway soccer teams have begun the season undefeated.
The boys are 4-0 after defeating Harrison on Tuesday, 2-0. Ulysses Fernandez and Jackson Goodwin scored goals.
The girls are 5-0 after a 5-0 win over Russellville. KK Pavett scored two goals and Gifte Pavatt, Katie Hines and Bella Bryson added one.
Both Conway teams won their divisions in a tournament at Bentonville last weekend.
Central Baptist College (9-11) unleashed a 13-hit attack Tuesday on the way to a 12-9 victory over Ouachita Baptist University (5-15) at Arkadelphia.
Ten of the hits came from Baker Wilson, Brett Luna and Trae BoBo and the Mustangs were aided by five Tiger errors. Wilson had four RBI.
Ty Houser came in and threw six innings of four-hit, shutout relief with a career-high nine strikeouts to earn the victory.
University of Central Arkansas junior Emma Svensson was named the Southland Conference Golfer of the Month on Wednesday.
Svensson, from Halmstad, Sweden, earned medalist honors at the Texas State Invitational and led UCA to a nine-stroke victory over 16 other teams. Svensson shot rounds of 76-68-67 to finish with a season-low 2-under 211. She helped UCA set a school record with a 282 tournament total.
Svensson averaged 70.3 strokes for the month. Her 67 in the final round was one stroke short of tying her own school record for a single round. She led UCA’s 1-2 finish with freshman runnerup Geraldine Wong.
UCA's Fernanda Lira tied for fourth place Tuesday at the River Landing Classic played at the River Landing Golf Course at Wallace, N.C.
Lira shot 72-72-70 for a 1-under 215 to lead UCA to a tie for sixth place overall.
Svensson shot 72-75-73-220 and tied for 12th place with freshman teammate Geraldine Wong (74-76-70-220).
Campbell won the tournament with an 857, followed by East Carolina (868), Memphis (871), Charlotte (879), Marshall (882), UCA and Rutgers (887), UNC Wilmington (895), Elon (897), Seton Hall (910), Wofford (917), High Point (918), Appalachian State (919) and Western Carolina (961).
The University of Central Arkansas Bears turned 18 hits into 19 runs in a 19-4 victory over Mississippi Valley State on Tuesday night at Bear Stadium.
UCA scored at least three runs in four different innings and took advantage of five MVSU errors to improve to 5-6 overall.
Hunter Strong had a two-run home run for the Bears, who had six extra-base hits and left 11 runners on base.T.J. Black was 3 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored, while Brett D’Amico went 3 for 5 and scored twice. Dusty Wright was 3 for 5 with two RBI and a run scored and senior third baseman Rigo Aguilar was 2 for 3 with two RBI and two runs.
Keaton Presley and Josh Somdecerff both added two RBI as UCA finished with a season-high 17.