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February 24, 2014

College Notebook: Feb. 25, 2014

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: William Barber (Spalding men’s basketball, New Albany graduate, Sr.)



• Kallie Ash (Spalding women’s basketball, Jr.) — weekly stats: two points per game, 1-6 field goals, 0-5 3-pointers, 2-2 free throws, eight rebounds, four assists; notes: four points, four rebounds and game-high three assists in the Golden Eagles’ 56-53 home loss against Westminster (Mo.) on Saturday; Spalding has clinched the No. 1 seed for the SLIAC Tournament as it will host the tourney this week; team records: 14-10 overall, 14-4 SLIAC.

• Maryashly Betz (Bellarmine women’s track, Fr.) — notes: ninth in the 400 at the DePauw Indoor Classic on Saturday, 1:04.62; 23rd in the 200, 29.2.

• George Knott (Bellarmine men’s basketball, Fr.) — notes: one point and one rebound in the Knights’ 106-63 win at St. Joseph’s last Thursday; team records: 20-5 overall, 12-5 GLVC.

• Casey McCauley (Thomas More women’s track, So.) — notes: 36th in the mile at the DePauw Indoor Classic on Saturday, 7:22.92.

• Murphy Sheets (Wabash men’s track, Fr.) — notes: 14th in the mile at the DePauw Indoor Classic on Saturday, 4:38.3; 14th in the 3,000, 9:26.56.

• Kori Siebert (Hanover women’s track, Fr.) — notes: eighth in the 5,000 at the HCAC Indoor Championships on Saturday in Anderson, 20:18.35.


• Kyle Briner (Lee baseball, Jr.) — top performance: first save of the season in the Flames’ 3-1 win at Alabama-Huntsville on Saturday in the nightcap of a doubleheader, 1 1-3 innings pitched, one run allowed (earned), one hit, two strikeouts, one walk; team records: 9-4 overall, 3-3 Gulf South Conference; Briner’s record: 1-0.

• Morgan Coquerille (Southern Indiana women’s tennis, Sr.) — notes: No. 2 singles loss (6-0, 6-3) and No. 2 doubles setback (8-4) in the Screaming Eagles’ 9-0 home loss to Austin Peay on Saturday; team record: 2-5.

• Jack Eckert (Iowa men’s track, Sr.) — top performance: second in the pole vault at the Iowa Invitational last Friday, 15-5; notes: fourth in the long jump, 20-2 1-2; fifth in the 60 hurdles preliminaries, 8.54.

• Isaak Haas (Northern Kentucky men’s track, Fr.) — notes: fifth in the distance medley relay at the Atlantic Sun Conference Indoor Championships last weekend in Winston-Salem, N.C., 10:32.45, school record.

• Cody Jackson (Anderson men’s basketball, Jr.) — notes: Jackson came off the bench in the Ravens’ 70-51 loss at Mt. St. Joseph last Wednesday; season-ending stats: 2.5 points per game, 1.4 rebounds per game; team records: 6-19 overall, 6-12 HCAC.

• Lexi McFarland (Earlham women’s basketball, Fr.) — weekly stats: five points per game, 3-13 field goals, 3-10 3-pointers, 1-2 free throws, three rebounds, two assists; notes: six points in the Quakers’ 86-77 loss at Bluffton last Wednesday; season-ending stats: seven points per game, 53 assists; team records: 12-13 overall, 8-10 HCAC.

• Grant Meyer (Quincy men’s basketball, So.) — notes: one steal in the Hawks’ 75-58 home loss to Maryville (Mo.) on Saturday; team records: 10-17 overall, 5-12 GLVC.

• Jacob Perkins (Southern Illinois-Edwardsville men’s tennis, So.) — weekly stats: 0-3 singles record; notes: No. 2 singles loss (7-6(7-5), 6-4) in the Cougars’ 4-3 victory at Saint Louis last Friday; team record: 4-4.

• Alex Tinsley (IU Southeast women’s basketball, Fr.) — weekly stats: six points per game, 4-7 field goals, 0-1 3-pointers, 4-4 free throws, eight rebounds; notes: eight points and team-high six rebounds in the Grenadiers’ 84-81 overtime loss at Brescia last Thursday; team records: 16-11 overall, 11-6 KIAC.

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