If Heidelberg has designs on homecourt for the Ohio Athletic Conference quarterfinals, it likely will need to get revenge on the program that downed it in the finals a year ago, Mount Union.
The Purple Raiders, undefeated in conference play and featuring former Columbian standout Maya Moore, will be the Princes' final opponent of the OAC schedule Friday.
Heidelberg improved to 5-3 in the OAC Tuesday night, upending visiting John Carroll in three games, 25-9, 25-16, 25-16.
The big story Tuesday night was the 1,000 career kill for Jacki Street, who smashed 10 kills in the match. Tessa Benanzer notched 22 digs for HU.
Other seniors honored Tuesday were Amber Welfe and Marian Bevington.
Koczak's late goal leads to HU tie
UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS - Down 1-0 in the 86th minute, Heidelberg's Christopher Koczak scored an unassisted goal, leading HU to a 1-1 tie with the Blue Jackets.
Heidelberg (9-6-2, 4-2-2) got 11 saves from Matthew Stevens.
Late Domingues goal keeps TU in playoff hunt
Giulianne Domingues converted a crossing shot into a double-overtime game-winner Tuesday, lifting Tiffin University to a 3-2 win over the University of Findlay.
The winning shot came in the 105th minute, pushing the Dragons (7-7-2) to 4-5-2 in Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play.
Alexandra Sevastakias provided the assist, with Domingues burying the shot in the right side of the box.
All of the other goals came in the first half.
The Oiler scored eight minutes into the game, but TU's Talita Alves knotted the score three minutes later after booting home a deflection of her own shot.
Findlay scored off a corner kick in the 14th minute, but the Dragons tied the game again in the 37th minute when Lauren Bowyer redirected Stephanie Olivera's free kick.
Lindsay Gallagher tallied three saves in the game's final 59 minutes for Tiffin.
TU men's golf slips to 10th
EUREKA, Mo. - Tiffin University's men's golf team fell nine strokes off its first-day pace Tuesday, finishing 10th out of 19 teams at the Midwest Regional at Fox Run.
The Dragons ended the first day tied for seventh with a 308, but carded a 317 Tuesday to finish with a 625. Central Oklahoma took the title with a 594.
Luke Schlicher claimed 12th overall with 151 (74-77) to lead TU. Tyler Maranville (79-77-156), John Tidenburg (78-79-157) and Jon Klein (77-87-164) also contributed. Tyler Ries (81-84-165) rounded out TU's effort.