For two Center Grove graduates, this was a very special week. IUPUI soccer player Megan
Hock, playing in the last game of her senior season, scored the 32nd goal of her career to
become the Jaguars’ all-time leader in goals scored; and Butler cross country runner Shelbi
Burnett won the Horizon League individual championship, completing the 5K race in
18:40.7. Hock’s goal came in IUPUI’s 3-2 loss to Oakland. The Jaguars completed the season
with a 3-12-4 record. Burnett’s individual triumph led the Bulldogs to the 10 team Horizon
The Georgia women’s swimmers defeated Florida 158.5 to 141.5. Michelle McKeehan won
the 100 LC meter breaststroke (1:11.84), was fifth of eight in the 200 breaststroke
(2:37.98), and was a member of the winning 200 meter medley relay team.
In a three way meet with Michigan and Tennessee, Indiana swimmer Allie Day was eighth
of 14 in the 100 yard backstroke (56.72) and ninth of 19 in the 200 backstroke (2:02.64).
The Hoosiers defeated Michigan and lost to Tennessee.
The Queens of Charlotte women defeated Pfeiffer and Brenau in a three way meet. Taylor
Davis was second of six in the 200 freestyle (1:58.95) and the winner of the 100 butterfly
The IUPUI men defeated the Centre swimmers. Zander Dunnelly won three events: the
1000 freestyle (10:05.80), the 100 freestyle (49.44), and the 200 IM (2:04.17).
The Purdue men defeated Miami’s swimmers 170-127. Noah Pashley was second of seven
in the 50 freestyle (21.57) and fifth of eight in the 100 freestyle (47.99).
Clayton Hunter had two solo tackles, and Sean Brooks had one solo tackle (10 yard sack)
and two assists for the Anderson football team (1-7) in a 62-27 loss to Franklin.
Nick Stoner had one solo tackle for the Indiana football team (1-8, 0-5) in a 59-38 loss to
Scott O’Brien had seven solo tackles, three assists, and one pass break up for the
Washington, St. Louis football team (5-3) in a 14-7 defeat of Carnegie-Mellon.
Wright State’s women defeated Georgetown College 78-68 in an exhibition basketball
game. Kirsten Gliesmann had a team high 10 rebounds and six points (2 for 3, 2 for 3) in
13 minutes for the Raiders.
In exhibition basketball Loyola, New Orleans lost 88-53 to Southern Mississippi. Corey
Gray had 11 points (3 for 15, 1 for 4, 4 for 4), four rebounds, and one steal in 30 minutes
Competing at the 6K Northern Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships,
Benedictine’s Megan Ryan was 31st of 104 runners, fifth for her team, in 26:07.5.
Benedictine was fourth of 12 teams.
Evansville finished eighth in a 10 team field at the 5K Missouri Valley Conference Cross
Country Championships. Nicole Kreuzman was 73rd of 81 competitors, eighth for the Aces,
Hanover was fourth; Rose-Hulman, ninth; and Manchester, 10th at the 8K Heartland
Conference Men’s Cross Country
Championships. Hanover’s Andrew Kinman finished 44th in a field of 110 in 29:05.16;
Manchester’s Ben Houston was 36th in 28:40.37; and Rose-Hulman’s Ryan Meyer was
42nd in 29:03.96.
The University of Indianapolis women’s soccer team (11-8, 9-6) defeated St. Joseph’s 2-1 in
its regular season finale. Shae Morris was in the goal for 77 minutes and gave up the
Puma’s goal; she had no saves. The Greyhounds then lost 3-0 to Bellarmine in the first
round of the Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament. Morris had eight saves while
yielding three goals.
Toledo’s volleyball team (9-15, 4-8) lost 3-2 to Ball State and defeated Akron 3-1. Bethany
Irwin had 11 kills, four blocks, and one dig in the three matches.
St. Joseph’s volleyball team (10-15, 3-13) lost 3-2 to Bellarmine and 3-0 to Northern
Kentucky. Hannah Bedan had eight kills, two blocks, one assist, and one dig in six games in
the two matches.
Marian’s volleyball team (18-12) defeated Robert Morris 3-2 and Trinity International 3-0
and lost to Grace 3-1, Aquinas 3-0, and Concordia 3-1. Morgan Merrill played in 11 of the
19 games and had five kills, five assists, three digs, and four blocks.
Butler’s volleyball team (17-11, 8-5) lost 3-1 to Butler and defeated Wright State 3-0. Sarah
Dooms had 20 digs, 10 kills, three assists, one service ace, and one block in the two
Southern Indiana’s volleyball team (19-8) defeated Wisconsin-Parkside 3-1 and Urbana 3-0
and lost 3-0 to Lewis. Kayla Heldman had 34 digs and six assists in the three matches.