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Utterback, a beginner in Vermont

First year guard Emma Utterback was in the starting lineup of the Vermont Women's Basketball Team in their 72-55 loss to Dartmouth for the opening of the season. The former star of Center Grove finished with eight points, seven rebounds and two interceptions.


Indiana rookie Trayce Jackson-Davis began his university debut against Western Illinois, producing eight points, six rebounds and four blocks in the win of 98-65 Hoosiers.

Indiana Wesleyan Guard Spencer Piercefield scored five runs on the bench to go along with three rebounds and two flights in a 92-73 win over Union (Kentucky). The rookie had two boards and a robbery while the Wildcats shot Lincoln College, 83-74.

Chief Guard of the State of Delta Anderson McCoy collected three points and five assists in a 90-71 showdown south of the Mississippi.

Cincinnati sophomore Sam Jean helped the Bearcats to be ranked sixth of 21 men's golf teams at the Kiawah Classic in South Carolina. His score of 74-72-71-217 was the second best of the team and tied for 32nd overall.

State of the balloon Peighton Gilbert The winning team of the 400 freestyle relay won a double competition at Eastern Illinois. She was part of the free 200 relay that won the team's first game against East Michigan and Wabash College.

Junior security Connor Steeb scored eight tackles for the Indianapolis University football team, which had its first loss of the season at Lindenwood, 34-27.

Rose-Hulman introduces itself Alonzo Johnson wore the ball five times for 37 yards in the team's win over Bluffton (53-7). team mate Riley Roberts makes a catch for 15 yards.

Taylor Seconds Sam Bolin finished the 41-3 home defeat of his team against Marian with six tackles.

Senior outdoor hitter Malea Howie helped Loyola (New Orleans) win two of his last three volleyball games, scoring twice 16 goals. Howie had 19 digs in three games.

UIndy volleyball player Emma Jones lost five times in a defeat at No. 25 Missouri-St. Louis and two in the Greyhounds victory at Lindenwood.

Denver volleyball team split two games on the road, starting with a win in South Dakota Macy Carrabine's 22 digs and two assists. The junior libero had 21 digs and 7 assists in a defeat in South Dakota.

Middle Tennessee Setter Taylor Hammill had 52 assists and 15 digs in a home win against UAB. The senior followed with 38 assists and 18 digs to help the Mocs defeat Louisiana Tech.

Ohio State Senior Madison Smeathers scored four kills in the Buckeyes' win over Maryland.


Senior JT Sargent 51st place on a time of 30: 07.5 for the Franklin College men's cross-country team at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference in Terre Haute.

Murray State outside the batter Rachel Kinney finished with three wins in a win over SIU-Edwardsville and four wins, two assists and two recoveries in a defeat of East Illinois.

Georgia State Senior Morgan Hash Kills three times during the team's loss to Little Rock.

Junior Blocker Abby Sewell scored 15 kills and had three recoveries for the Franklin College volleyball team, which ended the regular season with a home defeat against Earlham.


St. Francis second student ahead JeffRey Reynolds helped his team open the season with a 102-99 overtime victory at Clarke, scoring six points and four flying. He had 12 points and five rebounds in a 74-54 win over Grand View and eight points and six rebounds while the Cougars defeated Lourdes, 72-70.

First year guard Bailee Taft came off the bench to score six points and give two assists for St. Petersburg (Florida) in a 65-62 victory over the Impact Academy for the opening of the season. She scored 10 points with six assists in an 87-28 loss to Elite Sports Academy and amassed 21 points, all on 3 points, in another victory against the Impact.

IUPUI main guard Holly Hoopingarner scored eight points, three assists and four flights in the team's 65-48 win over Ball State.

Wabash College sophomore Ethan Pine 21st out of 101 men cross-country runners at the Atlantic Coast Conference, 27: 11.5.

Hanover wide receiver JAckson Daugherty captured four passes for 46 yards and brought a punt for a 27-3 win at Mount St. Joseph.

Franklin College runner Janae Johnson took 71st place at the HCAC meeting in 29: 58.8.


First year guard Megan Harlow scored 10 points to go with seven rebounds for IU East in a 78-70 loss to Madonna. She had 11 points and four assists in a 78-70 win over Aquinas.

Saint Francis Guard Sidney Crowe had six points, two rebounds and two flights in the triumph of Cougars 79-45 at Cornerstone.

Senior midfielder Jordan Thomas One of Franklin College's goals was to score a 2-1 win at Mount St. Joseph.


Evansville Junior Izzy Dawson took the 71st place in 21:39 at the Missouri Valley Conference cross-country championships.


Marian defensive line player Joe Swan, a resident of Greenwood, made four tackles, forced a fumble and earned a bag in the Knights' 41-3 victory over Taylor.

Receiver DePauw Will Harris scored three catches for 56 yards in the team's 42-7 loss to Denison.


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