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October 1, 2013


WKU's Stutsman wins Sun Belt honor for third straight week



• Morgan Coquerille (Southern Indiana women’s tennis, Sr.) — notes: 1-1 record in the Singles Flight A Bracket and 2-1 record in the Doubles Flight A Bracket at the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Division II Midwest Region Championships this weekend; team record: 2-2.

• Haley Garr (Wright State volleyball, Fr.) — weekly stats: seven kills, five aces, four blocks, three digs; notes: six kills, match-high four aces, three digs and team-high two blocks in the Raiders’ 3-0 loss at Wisconsin-Green Bay last Friday; team records: 6-13 overall, 0-2 Horizon League.

• Isaak Haas (Northern Kentucky men’s cross country, Fr.) — notes: 39th at the Charlotte (N.C.) Cross Country Invitational on Saturday, 26:16.


• Stephen Tuma (Southern Indiana men’s soccer, Pekin native, Fr.) — notes: one shot in the Screaming Eagles‘ 2-1 loss at William Jewell on Sunday; Tuma started for the first time in his collegiate career against William Jewell; team records: 2-5-1 overall, 1-5 GLVC.

Weekly stats are from Monday, Sept. 23 to this past Sunday. If you have any information about an area college athlete, contact Kevin Harris at 812-206-2117 or

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