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Busy day for Lindsey Wilson athletics

Saturday is a busy day for Lindsey Wilson athletics. The Indoor Track & Field teams are competing in Day 2 of a Mid-South Indoor Conference event in Louisville, the Bowling teams are in Indianapolis for Day 1 of the Columbia 300 Hoosier Classic, and the Tennis teams are in Lawrenceville, GA, to face Montreat College and then Xavier later in the day in the Grizzly Invitational.

The Wrestling team is in Bowling Green on Saturday for the Mid-South Converence Championships, and the Cycling team is out west in Phoenix for Day 1 of the USA Cycling Collegiate BMX National Championships.

The LWC Softball team is away at Dayton, TN, for a double-header with Bryan College, while the Baseball team is back home at Egnew Park to host Miami University-Hamilton.

The LWC Men's and Women's Basketball teams will be hosting Life University this afternoon in Biggers Sports Center, 360 Spickard Drive, Columbia, KY, starting at 2pmCT.

This story was posted on 2022-02-19 11:27:51
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