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September 28, 2012

COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: Sept. 28, 2012



• Trey Pfund (Marian men’s golf, Providence graduate, Sr.) — top performance: fifth at the Battle at Blackthorn Monday and Tuesday in South Bend with a two-round score of 147, 3-over-par (72 in the first round, 75 in the final); notes: the Knights won the tournament with a team score of 593.


• Drew Mattingly (Huntington men’s soccer, Jr.) — weekly stats: eight saves; notes: five saves in the Foresters’ 3-1 loss on Wednesday at Mt. Vernon Nazarene; team records: 5-4-2 overall, 0-2 Crossroads League.


• Brad Baumann (Hanover men’s golf, Jr.) — notes: 31st at the Dick Park Invitational last Sunday and Monday in Franklin with a two-round score of 162, 18-over-par (83 in the first round, 79 in the final).

• Ben Boesing (Southern Indiana men’s tennis, Sr.) — top performance: 3-1 in singles flight three and 2-1 in doubles flight one at the Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville Fall Invitational last Friday through Sunday.

• Kyle Bramble (Dartmouth football, Fr.) — notes: Bramble saw action in the Big Green’s 13-10 victory on Saturday at Holy Cross; team record: 2-0.

• Laura Der (Marshall volleyball, Jr.) — weekly stats: 36 kills, 25 digs, six blocks, two aces; top performance: match-high 20 kills, 16 digs, six blocks and two aces in the Thundering Herd’s 3-2 victory last Sunday at SMU; team records: 12-5 overall, 2-1 Conference USA.

• Rachel Engle (Western Kentucky volleyball, Fr.) — weekly stats: six digs, two kills, two assists; notes: five digs, two kills and two assists in the Hilltoppers’ 3-0 home victory over South Alabama last Saturday; team records: 16-3 overall, 2-0 Sun Belt Conference.

• Lauren Haley (Ohio women’s soccer, Fr.) — notes: Haley came off the bench in the Bobcats’ 1-0 win last Friday at Bowling Green and their 1-0 loss last Sunday at Central Michigan; team records: 6-4 overall, 1-1 Mid-American Conference.

• Ashlie Haworth (Lindsey Wilson volleyball, Sr.) — notes: seven kills in the Blue Raiders’ 3-0 victory last Saturday at Milligan; team records: 12-7 overall, 3-1 Mid-South Conference.

• Janice Heffernan (St. Mary’s women’s golf, So.) — top performance: sixth with an 11-over-par 83 at the first Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Jamboree last Thursday in Marshall, Mich.; notes: 17th with an 87 in the second MIAA Jamboree last Saturday in Alma, Mich., and 14th with an 86 in the third MIAA Jamboree on Wednesday in South Bend.

• Cassie Holland (Asbury women’s soccer, Fr.) — notes: one shot in the Eagles’ 4-0 home loss last Saturday; team records: 1-5 overall, 1-0 Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

• Bethany Huber (Southern Indiana women’s golf, So.) — notes: 65th at the University of Indianapolis Fall Invitational last Sunday and Monday with a two-round score of 194, 50-over-par (92 in the first round, 102 in the final).

• Dylan Jenney (Franklin football, So.) — notes: one reception for 14 yards in the Grizzlies’ 70-20 home victory over Earlham last Saturday; team records: 2-2 overall, 2-0 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference.

• Danny Laird (Northern Kentucky men’s soccer, Fr.) — notes: three shots and two shots on goal in the Norse’s 1-0 victory on Tuesday at Western Illinois; team record: 2-6.

• Kyndall Merritt (Indiana volleyball, Fr.) — notes: four digs in the Hoosiers’ 3-0 loss last Saturday at Michigan State; team records: 8-6 overall, 0-2 Big Ten.

• Loryn Queen (Tennessee-Chattanooga women’s soccer, Fr.) — notes: Queen started in the Mocs’ 3-0 loss last Friday at Davidson; team records: 2-5-1 overall, 0-2 Southern Conference.

• Cole Richards (Franklin football, Sr.) — notes: eight extra-point kicks in the Grizzlies’ 70-20 home victory over Earlham last Saturday; team records: 2-2 overall, 2-0 HCAC.

• Katy Schad (Marshall volleyball, Sr.) — weekly stats: 33 digs, 25 kills, three aces, two blocks; top performance: team-high 18 digs, 14 kills, two aces and two blocks in the Thundering Herd’s 3-2 victory last Sunday at SMU; team records: 12-5 overall, 2-1 Conference USA.

• Alysen Shireman (Campbellsville women’s soccer, So.) — notes: Shireman saw action in a pair of 1-0 wins, which were last Saturday at Pikeville and on Wednesday at home against Georgetown (Ky.); team records: 4-4-1, 2-1 Mid-South Conference.

• Melanie Stutsman (Western Kentucky volleyball, Jr.) — weekly stats: 64 assists, 17 digs, 12 kills, three blocks, one ace; top performance: match-high 37 assists, eight digs and six kills in the Hilltoppers’ 3-0 home triumph over South Alabama last Saturday; team records: 16-3 overall, 2-0 Sun Belt Conference.

• Kelsey Traughber (Spalding women’s soccer, Sr.) — notes: Traughber played in the Golden Eagles’ 7-0 loss last Saturday at Hanover; team record: 6-2.

• Morgan Wilson (Spalding volleyball, Fr.) — weekly stats: 73 assists, 20 digs, four kills, two aces; top performance: match-high 38 assists, 11 digs and two kills in the Golden Eagles’ 3-1 home loss to Greenville last Saturday; team records: 3-10 overall, 2-3 St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference.

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