St. Mary-of-the-Woods basketball player Shelby Parmer has been named U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Division I women’s basketball player of the week and St. Mary-of-the-Woods Student Athlete of the Month.
The junior transfer from Vincennes led the Pomeroys to four wins last week, including three in the Martin Luther King Classic sponsored by The Apprentice School of Newport News, Virginia. The Franklin graduate averaged 18.2 points, seven rebounds, 6.8 assists and 2.2 steals per game in the four wins, which gave her team the tournament championship, a five-game winning streak and an 8-9 record for the season.
She leads the 26-team USCAA Division I in steals and is fifth in assists and 14th in scoring.
The St. Mary-of-the-Woods basketball team (8-9) defeated Robert Morris-Springfield 105-44, Berkley, N.Y., 92-62, Apprentice 95-80 and Briarcliffe 81-62. Tara Parmer played 80 minutes in the four games and had 25 points (8 for 27, 3 for 14, 6 for 8), 23 rebounds, 16 assists and six steals.
Franklin’s Adam Shepherd, competing at the Little Giant Track and Field Invitational at Wabash College, was 15th of 22 in the 60-meter dash (7.60) and ninth of 13 in the 200 (25.62).
Jenny Oleksiak was first of six in both the 100-yard breaststroke (1:05.21) and the 200 (2:23.63), fourth of seven in the 400 IM (4:47.77) and a member of the winning 200 medley relay team in IUPUI’s dual meet win against Green Bay.
Mason Hamilton was sixth of seven in both the 50 freestyle (22.27) and the 100 freestyle (50.12) in IUPUI’s swimming defeat of Green Bay.
The DePauw swimmers defeated Franklin and lost to Rose-Hulman. Alex Grissom won both the 200 freestyle (1:44.34) and the 500 (4:47.37) against Franklin and was a member of the winning 400 freestyle relay team. In the loss to the Engineers, he won the 200 freestyle (1:45.47), was second of seven in the 100 freestyle (48.18) and was a member of the winning 200 freestyle relay team. Teammate Dan Rice was sixth of 10 in the 200 freestyle (1:47.82) and the 100 freestyle (49.85) against Rose-Hulman and eighth of 14 in the 50 Freestyle (23.03) and fifth of 10 in the 100 butterfly (56.19) against Franklin. The Tigers’ John Bantista was third of eight in the 1,000 freestyle (10:13.15) against the Engineers and first of six in the 1,650 freestyle (17:03.47) and fifth of 10 in the 200 IM (2:08.75) against the Grizzlies.
Seth Morin was 10th of 12 in the 500 freestyle (5:20.78), fifth of six in the 1,650 freestyle (17:42.37) and eighth of nine in the 200 freestyle (1:56.35) in Franklin’s swimming loss to DePauw.
Indiana State’s Danielle Muse finished third of six in the mile run in 5:16.27 in the Sycamores’ dual meet track and field win against Illinois State.
In a three-way meet with Iowa and Michigan State, Ball State gymnast Sarah Ebeyer was seventh of 20 in the vault, ninth of 20 on the beam and 14th of 20 in the floor exercises. The Cardinals lost to both Iowa and MSU.
The Eastern Michigan gymnasts team won against Seattle Pacific and lost to Central Michigan in a three-way meet. Kim Ebeyer was 11th of 18 on the beam.
The Tennessee-Martin basketball team (9-9, 5-0) defeated Tennessee Tech 79-59 and Jacksonville State 67-47. Haley Howard had two points (1 for 3), three rebounds and two assists in 30 minutes in the two wins.
The IU-Southeast basketball team (13-6, 4-1) defeated Cincinnati Christian 75-68 and Alice Lloyd 83-68. Michaela Harris had 19 points (5 for 6, 3 for 8, 6 for 6), four rebounds, four assists and two steals in 39 minutes in the two games.
Competing at the Little Giant Track and Field Invitational at Wabash College, Franklin’s Erica Christy won the shot put (37-10) and was 10th of 13 in the weight throw (35-2). Her weight throw distance was a personal best and the third-best in Franklin’s history.
Indiana State’s Amy Hicks finished sixth in the mile run (5:48.96) in a track and field dual meet win against Illinois State.
Competing at the Capital University Track and Field Invitational, Taylor’s Eric Croft was 10th of 13 in the 400 meters (57.75), 13th of 17 in the 200 (25.53) and 19th of 19 in the 60 (7.97).
The Dayton women’s tennis team defeated IUPUI 4-3. Jade Kawamoto won 6-3, 7-5 at No. 4 singles, and Jackie Kawamoto won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 5.
The Franklin basketball team (8-6, 6-2) defeated Rose-Hulman 56-53 and lost 55-52 to Defiance. Nichole Thompson led the Grizzlies with 18 points (7 for 11, 4 for 5) and had two assists, four steals and a team-high nine rebounds in 36 minutes in the win and eight points (4 for 11), three assists, three steals and a team-high 10 rebounds in 34 minutes in the loss.
The Hanover men’s basketball team (8-7, 5-3) lost 64-48 to Mount St. Joseph and 74-73 to Manchester. Jaren Hornbeak had three points (1 for 4, 1 for 2), two rebounds and one steal in 17 minutes in the two losses.
Anna Murdock finished ninth of 22 in the 3,000 meters in 10:43.69, the fourth-fastest time in Franklin history, at the Little Giant Track and Field invitational.
Katie Wise won the 60-meter dash (7.42) in Indiana State’s dual meet track and field loss to Illinois State. Her time in the preliminaries was 7.40.
The Regis basketball team (10-5, 6-5) defeated Fort Lewis 63-52 and Adams State 76-53. Erica Von Stein led Regis with 13 points (3 for 8, 3 for 8, 4 for 4) in 36 minutes against Fort Lewis and had five rebounds, five assists and three steals. In 37 minutes against Adams, she had six points (2 for 6, 2 for 6, 0 for 0), one rebound, one assist and one blocked shot.
Ally Lehman led the Northern Illinois basketball team (6-8, 2-2) in scoring with 12 points (5 for 9, 2 for 4, 0 for 0) in 32 minutes in a 65-59 loss to Bowling Green and 19 points (8 for 14, 1 for 3, 2 for 2) in 37 minutes in a 66-49 defeat of Kent State. She had totals of 13 rebounds, four assists, one steal and one blocked shot in the two games.
Franklin’s Ashley Myers was 17th of 22 in the 3,000 meters and second of third in the triple-jump (32 feet ¼ inch), both marks personal bests, at the Little Giant Track and Field Invitational.
Kyle Wuest led the Elmhurst basketball team (13-3, 3-2) in scoring with 17 points (6 for 9, 1 for 3, 4 for 4) in 27 minutes in a 70-68 loss to Carthage and with 23 points (3 for 14, 1 for 7, 16 for 17) in 33 minutes in a 66-57 defeat of North Central. He had eight rebounds, five assists, one steal and one blocked shot in the two games.
Luke Andersen won 7-5, 6-3 at No. 2 singles and 6-3 at No. 1 doubles in Ball State’s 6-1 tennis win against Detroit.
Sean Mappes pinned his Campbell opponent at 174 pounds in 3:25 in Tennessee-Chattanooga’s 46-0 win.
Rose-Hulman’s Ryan Meyer was third of eight in the mile |run in 4:33.31 in an indoor track and field dual meet with Manchester.
Franklin’s Max Bomber was sixth of seven in the 400 meters (57.72) at the Little Giants Track and Field Invitational.
Competing at the Kentucky Track and Field Invitational, Bellarmine’s Shelbi Dishman finished 37th of 48 in the 3,000 meters in 11:07.33.
Indiana’s Sydney Clute was fourth of five competitors in the pole vault (12-2) in Indiana’s track and field dual meet loss to Purdue.
The Wittenberg women’s basketball team (12-5, 4-3) lost 63-54 to DePauw and won 71-61 against Oberlin. Bobbi Clayton had totals of 11 points (5 for 8, 1 for 1) and four rebounds in 20 minutes in the two games.
The Oberlin basketball team (8-8, 4-3) defeated Wooster 89-67 and lost 71-61 to Wittenberg. Katie Lucaites had eight points (4 for 6), four rebounds, three blocked shots, two steals and one assist in 29 minutes in the two games.
The Trine women’s basketball team (11-5, 5-2) defeated Adrian 59-50 and Alma 71-57. Nikky Moan had 14 points (6 for 12, 2 for 4), seven rebounds, one assist and one steal in 46 minutes in the two wins.
The Northern Kentucky basketball team (11-7, 2-1) lost 66-58 to Kennesaw State and won 77-74 against South Carolina-Upstate. Melody Doss had 17 points (5 for 23, 2 for 9, 5 for 5), seven rebounds, two assists and one blocked shot in 51 minutes in the two games.
The Manchester basketball team (8-7, 5-3) defeated Anderson 69-31 and Hanover 66-58. Kelcey Daugherty had seven points (2 for 3, 1 for 1, 2 for 2), four assists, two steals and one rebound in 20 minutes in the two wins.
The Franklin basketball team (8-6, 6-2) defeated Rose-Hulman 56-53 and lost 55-52 to Defiance. Madi Kolthoff had 15 points (5 for 7, 4 for 6, 1 for 1), four rebounds and one assist in 33 minutes in the two games.
The Indiana Wesleyan men’s basketball team (19-1, 7-1) defeated Spring Arbor 69-60. Jonny Marlin had 14 points (5 for 9, 0 for 2, 4 for 4), three rebounds, four assists and three steals in 37 minutes.
Joe Reed had nine points (3 for 4, 1 for 1, 2 for 2), five rebounds and two steals in 34 minutes for the IPFW basketball team (8-10, 1-4) in a 62-58 loss to Oral Roberts.
Andrew Smeathers has a leg injury which prevented him from playing in the 7-9, 3-2 Mount St. Mary’s basketball team’s wins against Fairleigh Dickinson and LIU-Brooklyn.
Grant Schwarz was fifth of eight in the 100 breaststroke (1:01.34) and fifth of six in the 500 freestyle (4:56.57) in Eastern Michigan’s swimming win against Wayne State.
Evansville’s Dan O’Brien won the 100 butterfly (52.02) and was second of six in the 100 backstroke (53.59) in the Aces’ dual meet swimming loss to Ball State.
In a three-team swimming meet in which Indiana defeated Notre Dame and Wisconsin, Allie Day was third of 16 in the 200 backstroke (2:00.90) and fifth of 12 in the 100 backstroke (56.55).
In a three-team swimming meet with Oakland and Olivet Nazarene, Kenyon’s Haley Townsend was fourth of 21 in the 100 butterfly (59.21), fourth of 24 in the 100 freestyle (52.92), fifth of 23 in the 200 freestyle (1:58.26) and a member of the winning 400 freestyle relay team.