Backpacks and drawstring bags are no longer allowed in Koch Arena during men’s basketball games under rules announced by the athletic department on Tuesday.
Fans are allowed to bring in a small personal bag, such as a purse. Entrances will be available for fans with small bags that need to be examined
“The athletic department encourages fans to arrive early, and if they are bringing a small personal bag with them to the game, use the assigned bag check line at each entrance,” according to a news release.
The shuttles will run on Nov. 14 (William & Mary), Jan. 28 (Loyola) and Feb. 11 (Southern Illinois).
Assistant coach Brian Walker will coach the Gold team. Volunteer assistant Jon Coyne will coach Black.
Gold — INF Tanner Dearman, INF Tanner Kirk, P Sam Tewes, P Cale Elam, INF Zair Koeiman, INF Dayne Parker, P Drew Palmer, P Foster Vielock, 1B Casey Gillaspie, P Austin Gardner, OF Garrett Bayliff, P Austin Bright, INF Wes Phillips, OF Micah Green, C Brandon Kimbrel, P Ray Ashford, OF Jerrik Sigg.
Black — INF Cody Bobbit, OF Conner Knight, OF Mikel Mucha, P Reagan Biechler, P Kris Gardner, P Mitch McIntyre, C Tyler Baker, P Aaron LaBrie, P A.J. Ladwig, P Garrett Brummett, C Bob Arens, C Parker Zimmerman, OF Joe Haddox, P T.J. Looney, INF Erik Harbutz, P Cody Tyler, INF Chase Simpson, OF Michael Burns.
Schuetz broke the previous 54-hole mark of 217, set by Maria Borjesson during the 1995-96 season and matched by Gretchen Huhnerkoch in 2011-12. She finished second, one shot behind Lina Aguillon of Redlands Community College.
The Shockers finished in second place with a 905, behind Oral Roberts’ 891.
WSU’s Bryce Schroeder carded a 226 to finish in a tie for eighth.