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November 13, 2013

COLLEGE NOTEBOOK: November 13, 2013

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• Lindsay Krohn (Bluffton volleyball, Sr.) — weekly stats: 10 digs; notes: five digs in the Beavers’ 3-2 win in the first round of the HCAC Tournament on Nov. 5 against host Mt. St. Joseph; Bluffton won the HCAC Tourney final on Sunday in Defiance, Ohio, against Hanover, 3-1; the Beavers became the first No. 6 seed in conference tourney history to win the tournament title; they earned an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III tournament; team records: 16-18 overall, 4-5 HCAC.

NORTH HARRISON

• Josh Guy (Southern Indiana men’s cross country, So.) — top performance: 17th at the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional Championships on Saturday in Kenosha, Wis., 32:07; notes: Guy made the All-Midwest Region squad.

PROVIDENCE

• Spencer Corrao (Hanover football, Jr.) — notes: two receptions for 21 yards and seven rushes for 12 yards in the Panthers’ 24-21 home victory over Manchester on Saturday; team records: 5-4 overall, 5-2 HCAC.

• Kelsey Davidson (IU Southeast volleyball, Sr.) — top performance: team-high 22 digs in the Grenadiers’ 3-1 loss at Oakland City last Tuesday; team records: 16-13 overall, 8-3 KIAC.

• Megan Eve (Holy Cross women’s basketball, Sr.) — weekly stats: 3.5 points per game, 3-12 field goals, 0-4 3-pointers, 1-3 free throws, eight rebounds, three steals; notes: five points and two rebounds in the Saints’ 73-71 home overtime loss to Lourdes on Saturday; team record: 1-4.

• Kylie Flanagan (Marian volleyball, Fr.) — notes: five digs in the Knights’ 3-1 home loss to Grace last Tuesday in the first round of the Crossroads League Tournament; season-ending stats: 75 digs; team records: 18-11 overall, 12-6 Crossroads League.

• Casey Marlin (Lenoir-Rhyne women’s soccer, So.) — weekly stats: six shots, four shots on goal; notes: five shots and four shots on goal in the Bears’ 5-1 home win over Carson-Newman on Nov. 5 in the South Atlantic Conference Tournament quarterfinals; Lenoir-Rhyne has earned an at-large berth in the NCAA Division II tournament; team records: 14-4-1 overall, 9-1-1 South Atlantic.

• Leah Mattingly (Ball State women’s soccer, Fr.) — top performance: After the Cardinals and Miami (Ohio) battled to a scoreless tie at the end of regulation and two overtime periods in the MAC Tournament semifinals on Saturday in Ypsilanti, Mich., Mattingly made a goal in a penalty-kick shootout that Ball State won 4-2; notes: Mattingly started in the Cardinals’ 1-0 loss to Western Michigan in the MAC Tournament championship on Sunday; it was Ball State’s first appearance in the MAC Tournament title match; Mattingly has made the MAC’s All-Freshman team; Mattingly started in all of the Cardinals’ 22 games and played 2,084 minutes this season; she helped Ball State lead the MAC in goals against average (.81); season-ending stats: 19 shots, six shots on goal, four points, two assists, one goal; team records: 11-7-4 overall, 5-4-2 MAC.

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