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Indianapolis women’s soccer player Stacey Klene scored her first collegiate goal in the
Greyhounds’ 2-0 Great Lakes Valley Conference win against Missouri Science and
Technology. The sophomore substitute midfielder, a second team all state performer for
Center Grove as a high school senior, scored on only her third career shot for the
Greyhounds. She had one assist and took one shot while playing in 11 matches as a
freshman, three as a starter. The win against Missouri S. & T. was Indianapolis’ first
conference victory. They are 2-4 for the season, 1-3 in the GLVC.

The Valparaiso volleyball team (8-6) defeated Indiana 3-2 and Miami and UT-Chattanooga
3-0. Sarah Dooms had 21 kills, 29 digs, two assists, two service aces, and one block in the
three wins. She had a double-double (10 kills and 11 digs) against Indiana.

The Southern Indiana volleyball team (5-7, 3-0) defeated Cedarville 3-1 and won 3-0
against McKendree, Bellarmine, and Kentucky Wesleyan. Kayla Heldman had 58 digs,
seven assists, and one service ace in the four matches.

The St. Joseph’s volleyball team (3-8, 0-2) lost 3-1 to Lewis and 3-0 to Wisconsin-Parkside.
Hannah Bedan had 10 kills, six digs, and six blocks in the two matches.

Marian’s volleyball team (7-4, 5-1) defeated St. Francis 3-2 and Mount Vernon Nazarene 3-
1, and lost 3-2 to Taylor. Morgan Merrill had 32 kills, 17 digs, seven blocks, and three
assists in the three matches.

Arielle Knafel played in three games for the Indianapolis volleyball team (8-2, 2-0) in 3-0
wins against Wisconsin-Parkside and Lewis and had five kills and four digs.

The Toledo volleyball team (6-6) lost 3-0 to Wake Forest and defeated Appalachian State
and Campbell 3-0. Adria Pryor had 94 assists, 25 digs, three bocks, two kills, and two
service aces in the three matches and had a double-double (27 assists and 11 kills) in the
loss.

The Southern Indiana tennis team won 7-2 against Cedarville. Alyssa Hoover lost 6-1, 6-4
at No. 6 singles.

The St. Joseph’s tennis team competed at the Ashford, Iowa, Invitational. Emily Claeys and
her partner won 8-1 at No. 3 doubles against Mankato State and 8-1 against St. Francis
before losing 8-5 in the championship match against Augustana. The junior lost 6-3, 6-4 to
Sioux Falls at No. 5 singles, lost 6-3, 6-2 to Mankato in the consolations, and won 9-7
against Missouri Valley in the seventh place match.

The Indiana Wesleyan women’s tennis team (8-0) has lost only one point this season. The
Wildcats defeated Huntington 9-0. Sarah Richert won 6-2, 6-0 at No. 5 singles and Diane
Jones won 6-2, 6-2 at No. 6. Competing at the ITA Midwest Tennis Regionals, Richert and
Jones lost 9-7 to Taylor in the doubles consolation semi-finals; and Richert lost 6-1, 6-4 to
Taylor in the singles consolation finals. Both the singles and doubles championship
matches consisted only of Indiana Wesleyan players.

The Ball State men competed at the Milwaukee Tennis Classic held at Marquette. Austin
Sansone won 6-2, 6-2 at No. 7 singles (8 singles matches) against Marquette and 6-2, 0-6.
1-0 at No. 6 against DePaul. He lost 6-3, 6-4 at No. 6 to Wisconsin. The senior won 8-5 at No.
2 doubles against DePaul and lost 8-4 at No. 3 to Wisconsin.

The St. Joseph’s women finished sixth of 21 teams at the 5K National D-II Catholic Cross
Country Championships at Notre Dame. Kelli Lippold was 72nd of 165 runners, sixth for
the Pumas, in 20:20.8.

Azusa Pacific’s Sarah Higgens was 24th of 132 competitors, second for Azusa Pacific, in
21:33.9 at the 6K UC-Riverside Cross Country Invitational. Her team was sixth in a field of
16.

The Benedictine women finished 10th of 16 teams at the 6K Concordia, Wisconsin, Falcon
Cross Country Invitational. Megan Ryan was 72nd of 190 runners, third for Benedictine, in
27:14.3. In the men’s 8K race, Carthage’s Isaac Smith was 108th of 164, 12th for Carthage, in
30:44.2.

Evansville’s Nicole Kreuzman was 69th of 214 in 19:55.7 at the 5K Indiana Women’s
Intercollegiate Cross Country Championships. In the 8K men’s race, Rose-Hulman’s Ryan
Meyer was 123rd of 220, third for the Engineers, in 28:07. Huntington’s Alan Huffman was
198th, seventh for the Foresters, in 31:42.

The University of Indianapolis “A” team finished 13th, and the “B” team finished 14th of 16
teams at the Indianapolis Brickyard Crossing Golf Invitational. Terek Abdalla was first for
the “B" team and would have been second for the “A” team with scores of 74-75-76-225. He
was 34th of 84 overall. Cory Fennig competed as an individual and had scores of 81-86-92-
259, good for 83rd place.

Zach Meunch had scores of 76-75-151, second for Marian and 9th of 61 overall, at the
Indiana Wesleyan Fall Golf Invitational. The Knights were second in the 10 team field.

The Rose-Hulman golf team finished 15th of 17 teams at the Transylvania Fall Invitational.
Freshman Kent Kraus was third for the Engineers and 92nd of 110 overall with scores of
83-79-162.

Blake Miller had three solo tackles and one assist for the Southern Illinois football team
(1-2) in a 35-14 win against Southeast Missouri.

Joel Cox and Garrett Mack each had one solo tackle for the Ball State football team (2-1) in
its 41-39 defeat of Indiana. For the Hoosiers, starting wide receiver Nick Stoner caught
four passes for 26 yards and returned one punt eight yards.

Tanner Riley had one solo tackle and returned a punt 30 yards for the Indiana State
football team (2-1) in a 27-10 win against Drake.

Starting defensive tackle Bryce Krebs had one solo tackle for Eastern Kentucky (2-1) in a
35-7 football win against Coastal Carolina.

In Franklin’s 48-27 football defeat of Manchester, Mike Wood averaged 60.4 yards on eight
kickoffs. Brooks Bemis was the Grizzlies’ starting right guard.

Luke Swift caught one pass for eight yards, and Andrew Guzeman saw action for the
Miami football team (1-2) in a 39-12 loss to Boise State.

								
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