Kyley Sorg (Liberty): The Floyd Central graduate, a member of the cross country and track & field teams, recently completed her junior year. In her only cross country race, Sorg placed 24th in the 5K CSU Buccaneer Invitational. In the indoor track & field season, she placed eighth in…

Chris Heselschwerdt (Southern Indiana):The Providence graduate recently completed his freshman year on the men’s track & field team. Heselschwerdt, a sprinter, did not compete in any indoor or outdoor meet this past season.

Joseph Burke (Kentucky Wesleyan): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his fifth-year on the baseball team. The first baseman is playing in the Florida Collegiate Summer Baseball League for the fourth year. Recently Burke played his 121st career regular-season game — the most in le…

Josh McCorkle (Bellarmine): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his senior year as a member of the wrestling team. The heavyweight did not compete in a match this past season. He was a SoCon Honor Roll recipient.

Aric Lyons (Kentucky Wesleyan): The Henryville native and Louisville St. Xavier graduate recently completed his freshman year on the baseball team. The outfielder/pitcher appeared in two games for the Panthers this past season. He went 0-for-1 in one appearance as a pinch-hitter and 0-1 in o…

Chloe Loftus (Indiana State): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed her freshman year as a member of the cross country and track & field teams. The nursing major did not compete in a race this past year.

Dallas Henderson (IU Southeast): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed her freshman year on the softball team. The catcher/first baseman hit .312 while starting 50 of 59 games for the Grenadiers. She tallied 10 doubles, a triple and two home runs and 33 RBIs while scoring 19 runs. Sh…

The former New Albany High School star and University of Louisville standout is in his sixth season of playing professional baseball. The left-handed pitcher is currently with the Rochester Red Wings, the Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals.

The former Jeffersonville High School and University of Louisville standout is in his fourth season of playing professional baseball. The third baseman is currently with the Reno (Nev.) Aces, the Triple-A affiliate of the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Kaylan Hook (Southern Indiana): The New Albany graduate, a member of the women’s golf team, recently completed her junior year. Hook did not play in the 2020-21 season, however, the pre-dental hygiene major was named Academic All-GLVC.

Corbin Hale (Bellarmine): The Floyd Central graduate, a member of the wrestling team, recently completed his junior year. Hale competed in four matches, all at 149, this past season.

Katie Rhodes (Southern Indiana): The Charlestown graduate, a member of the cross country and track & field teams, recently completed her junior year. Rhodes did not compete in the cross country, indoor track & field or outdoor track & field seasons. She is a respiratory therapy major.

Jasmine Shireman (Southern Indiana): The Floyd Central graduate, a member of the women’s tennis team, recently completed her sophomore year. Shireman finished the season with a 4-8 record in singles, going 1-1 at No. 5 and 3-7 at No. 6. She went 0-2 in doubles. After the season, Shireman was…

McKenna Cavanaugh (Southern Indiana): The Christian Academy graduate recently completed her sophomore year as a member of the cross country and track & field teams. After earning first-team All-America honors (distance medley relay) and second-team All-America honors (in the 3,000 meters…

Joshua Craig (Bellarmine): The Jeffersonville graduate, a member of the wrestling team, recently completed his junior year. Craig did not compete in a match this past season.

Devon Gummer (Indianapolis): The New Albany graduate, a member of the football team, recently completed his freshman year. The 6-foot, 180-pound wide receiver didn’t see any action in the Greyhounds’ three-game spring season.

Ian Ellis (Kentucky Wesleyan): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his fifth year as a member of the baseball team. The outfielder/right-handed pitcher, a former Olney Central transfer, started 36 games for the Panthers this past season. He hit .283 with seven doubles, one triple,…

The former New Albany High School star and University of Louisville standout is in his sixth season of playing professional baseball. The left-handed pitcher is currently with the Rochester Red Wings, the Triple-A affiliate of the Washington Nationals.

Alex Wallingford (Bellarmine): The New Albany graduate, a distance runner for the cross country and track & field teams, recently completed his sophomore year. Wallingford placed 61st in the 8K at the spring 2021 ASUN Championships. He is majoring in sports medicine.

Lucas Sakamaki (Southern Indiana): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed his sophomore year on the men’s tennis team. Sakamaki topped the Screamining Eagles with a 13-3 singles record — 12-2 in dual matches and 1-1 in tournaments. He was 4-1 at No. 4, 6-0 at No. 5 and 2-0 at No. 2. S…

Riley Winslow (Marshall): The New Albany graduate recently completed her freshman year on the volleyball team. The defensive specialist appeared in 11 matches, starting four, in the shortened spring season. She finished her freshman campaign with 56 digs (1.6 per set), seven service aces and…

Luke Heinemann (Southern Indiana): The Floyd Central graduate competed on the men’s cross country team as a freshman. Heinemann competed in two meets. He had a top finish of seventh in the open race of the Great Lakes Valley Conference East Divisional. He did not compete in the indoor or out…

Preston Cameron (Southern Indiana): The Floyds Knobs native, who graduated from Louisville St. Xavier, recently completed his junior year on the men’s tennis team. Cameron concluded the season with a 2-8 singles record, including 1-7 in dual matches and 1-1 in tournaments. He was 1-6 at No. …

Gavin Seebold (Eastern Kentucky): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his freshman year on the baseball team. The right-handed pitcher, who redshirted the 2021 season, announced Friday that he is transferring to Southern Indiana. “I would like to thank Coach (Shaun) Cole and the c…

Bailey Conrad (Western Kentucky): The Christian Academy graduate recently completed his freshman year on the men’s basketball team. The 6-foot-7 forward, a walk-on, appeared in five games and averaged 0.8 minutes per contest for the Hilltoppers this past season. He made his college debut vs.…

Adonis Boyd (Bellarmine): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his freshman year on the wrestling team. Boyd picked up two wins on the season, wrestling three matches at 125 pounds and another at 133. He posted a 14-4 major decision over Presbyterian’s Vladimir Gorrin on Jan. 24.

Lexi Striegel (Thomas More): The Silver Creek graduate is a rising sophomore on the volleyball team. The defensive specialist tallied 136 digs (2.1 per set), 21 points, 19 service aces, seven assists and two kills for the Saints, who went 8-16, including 7-11 in the Mid-South Conference, thi…

Lucas McNew (Southern Indiana): The Borden graduate recently completed his sophomore year on the baseball team. The catcher/infielder/outfielder played in 18 games and made 17 starts for the Screaming Eagles this past season despite missing six weeks with a broken jaw. He hit .183 with four …

Alayna Lacy (Delaware State): The Jeffersonville graduate is a rising sophomore on the volleyball team. The setter appeared in all 15 of the Hornets’ matches this season. She finished second on the squad in assists (204) and fifth in digs (84). Lacy tallied 21 assists and 12 digs (her first …

Keith Asplund (Hanover): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his junior season on the men’s tennis team. This past season, Asplund went 8-2 in singles and 7-4 in doubles for the Panthers. After the season he was named to the All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference squad, was …

Bryce Nokes (Hanover): The Jeffersonville native, a graduate of Louisville Eastern High School, recently completed his sophomore season on the men’s lacrosse team. In 12 games, all of which he started, Nokes, a defender, tallied two goals and two points for the Panthers. After the season end…

Devyn Rivers (Olney Central): He recently completed his freshman year on the baseball team. Rivers saw action in 14 games and hit .325 with six doubles, three home runs and 12 RBIs while scoring 15 runs. He also had a .408 on-base percentage and a slugging percentage of .700. 

Drew Taylor (Southern Indiana): The Jeffersonville graduate recently completed his freshman season on the baseball team. The outfielder played in 22 games, starting nine, for the Screaming Eagles. He hit .172 with three doubles and four RBIs. He had a season-high two hits against Quincy. Tay…

Adam Spalding (Bellarmine): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed his freshman season on the baseball team. In seven appearances (all in relief) on the mound, the right-handed pitcher was 0-1 with a 7.27 ERA and a 1.38 WHIP. In 8 2/3 innings pitched, he allowed seven earned runs on s…

Andrew Snider (Morehead State): The Charlestown graduate recently completed his freshman year on the baseball team. The right-handed pitcher didn't see any game action this past season. 

Spencer Freiberger (Louisville): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed her freshman year on the track & field team. She placed 25th in the high jump at the Clark Wood Invitational. 

SIERRA RAYZOR (SAMFORD): The Christian Academy graduate recently completed her senior year on the volleyball team. In June, Rayzor was named to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team for District 4 when the organization released its teams Thursday afternoon. “Sierra is a talented and driven s…

MARISSA HORNUNG (PURDUE): The Providence graduate recently completed her junior season on the volleyball team. On Wednesday, Hornung was selected as the school’s female recipient of the Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship Award. Hornung helped the Boilermakers to a Top 10 ranking and reach the…

GABBI JENKINS (INDIANA): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed her senior season on the softball team. On Wednesday, Jenkins was one of two IU athletes (along with track & field’s Logan Targgart) selected as the school’s female recipient of the Big Ten Outstanding Sportsmanship A…

Mackenzie Smith (Hanover): The Charlestown graduate recently completed her senior season on the softball team. The right fielder was named to the All-Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference team for the third time in her career. In 28 games, including 26 starts, Smith tallied 27 hits in 89 …

Taryn Weddle (Louisville): The Floyd Central graduate recently completed her freshman season on the softball team. In her first year, the catcher played in 38 games, starting 21. She finished with 11 hits, including three doubles and a home run, while driving in six and scoring eight runs fo…

Austin Hughes (Wabash): The Providence graduate recently completed his sophomore season on the men’s soccer team. The midfielder started two of three matches for the Little Giants. He recorded three shots, including one on goal for Wabash.

Joel Archer (Oakland City): The Floyd Central graduate, and John A. Logan College transfer, recently completed his freshman year on the baseball team. Archer saw action in 33 games, starting 29, for the Mighty Oaks. He tallied 24 hits, including two doubles and a team-best seven home runs, w…

Jake Lewis (Eastern Kentucky): The Providence graduate recently completed his junior season on the baseball team. The left-hander made 18 total appearances, including 14 starts, on the mound this past season. He struck out 54 hitters, while walking 27, in 47 innings. Against Tennessee-Martin…

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