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September 20, 2012

COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Sept. 21, 2012

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> SOUTHERN INDIANA — SILVER CREEK

• Aaron Beck (Indianapolis men’s cross country, Jr.) — notes: 46th in the non-Division I race and 102nd overall at the Indiana Intercollegiates last Friday in Terre Haute, 27:43.4.

• Brendan Chwalek (Northern Kentucky men’s cross country, Sr.) — notes: 27th at the Mountain Dew Invitational last Saturday in Gainesville, Fla., 26:09.7.

• Rachel Clemons (Bellarmine women’s cross country, Fr.) — notes: 99th overall and 32nd in division two at the National Catholic Cross Country Invitational last Friday in South Bend, 19:29.

• Morgan Coquerille (Southern Indiana women’s tennis, Jr.) — notes: No. 1 doubles win (8-4) and No. 1 doubles loss (1-6, 6-3, 6-4) in the Screaming Eagles’ 7-2 home victory over Cedarville last Saturday; team record: 1-0.

• Kristyn Maymon (IU Southeast volleyball, So.) — notes: seven kills in the Grenadiers’ 3-0 victory last Saturday at Brescia; team records: 7-5 overall, 4-2 KIAC.

• Lindsey Maymon (IU Southeast volleyball, Sr.) — notes: four digs and two kills in IU Southeast’s 3-0 win last Saturday at Brescia; team records: 7-5 overall, 4-2 KIAC.

• Brandon White (Lewis men’s golf, Sr.) — top performance: third at the Wisconsin-Parkside Fall Invitational on Monday and Tuesday with a two-round score of 150, 6-over-par (72 in the first round, 78 in the final); notes: the Flyers won the tournament.

MISCELLANEOUS

• Alexis Bauer (Samford volleyball, Floyds Knobs native, Louisville Sacred Heart graduate, Sr.) — weekly stats: 48 digs, 10 aces, six assists; top performance: match-high 20 digs, match-high four aces and two assists in the Bulldogs’ 3-0 home victory over Tennessee Tech last Friday at the Bulldog Invitational; notes: Bauer made the Bulldog Invitational all-tournament team; team record: 8-6.

• James Borengasser (Spalding men’s cross country, Borden native, Jr.) — notes: 147th in the division two race and 253rd overall at the National Catholic Cross Country Invitational last Friday in South Bend, 30:11.4.

• Nate Combs (Army football, New Albany native, Louisville St. Xavier graduate, Sr.) — notes: five tackles, one tackle for 5 yards, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in the Black Knights’ 41-40 home loss to Northern Illinois last Saturday; team record: 0-2.

• Rolandan “Deuce” Finch (Boston College football, New Albany native, Louisville St. Xavier graduate, Jr.) — notes: eight carries for 19 yards and one reception for 16 yards in the Eagles’ 22-13 loss last Saturday at Northwestern; team records: 1-2 overall, 0-1 Atlantic Coast Conference.

• Logan Fry (St. Mary-of-the-Woods women’s cross country, Charlestown native, Louisville Sacred Heart graduate, Jr.) — notes: 73rd in the non-Division I race and 143rd overall at the Indiana Intercollegiates last Friday, 21:34.8.

Weekly stats are from last Thursday to Wednesday. If you have any information on an area college athlete, contact Kevin Harris at kevin.harris@newsandtribune.com.

 

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