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May 20, 2013

COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: May 21, 2013

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• Phil Forbis (Bellarmine baseball, Sr.) — weekly stats: 0-0 record, six innings pitched, two runs allowed (both earned), seven hits, two strikeouts, one walk; notes: no-decision in a starting role in the Knights’ 7-4 win over Grand Valley State in the first game of a doubleheader at the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional on Sunday in Springfield, Mo., four innings pitched, one run allowed (earned), three hits, one strikeout, one walk; the Knights lost the regional championship, which was the second game of the twin bill, on Sunday, 6-3; Bellarmine reached the Sweet Sixteen of the Division II tournament for the first time in school history; team records: 33-23 overall, 20-13 GLVC; Forbis’ record: 2-3.

• Sean Godfrey (Ball State baseball, Jr.) — weekly stats: 6-for-16, three RBIs, two runs scored, two doubles; top performance: 2-for-5 with one double, one run scored and one RBI in the Cardinals’ 6-4 home loss on Saturday against Northern Illinois; team records: 28-23 overall, 15-12 Mid-American Conference.

• Adam Togami (Wabash men’s track, Fr.) — notes: 14th in the 3,000 steeplechase at the North Central (Ill.) College Final Qualifier last Tuesday through Thursday, 9:28.83.

NORTH HARRISON

• Tyler Byrne (Louisville men’s track, Georgetown native, So.) — notes: Byrne will compete in the 10,000-meter run at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field East Preliminary Round Thursday through Saturday in Greensboro, N.C.

PROVIDENCE

• Ryan Dixon (Bellarmine baseball, So.) — notes: Dixon and the Knights reached to the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Division II tournament for the first time in program history this weekend; Bellarmine lost the Division II Midwest Regional title game on Sunday, 6-3; team records: 33-23 overall, 20-13 GLVC; Dixon’s record: 2-0.

• Trey Pfund (Marian men’s golf, Sr.) — notes: Pfund shot a three-round score of 235 (19-over-par) at the NAIA Men’s Golf Championship last Tuesday through Thursday in Salem, Ore. (82 in the first round, 80 in the second, 73 in the final); the Knights finished 21st as a team at the NAIA Championship as they missed the cut after three rounds of the four-round tournament.

Weekly stats are from Monday, May 13 to this past Sunday. If you have any information about an area college athlete, contact Kevin Harris at kevin.harris@newsandtribune.com. Follow him on Twitter at @NT_KevinHarris.

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