Indiana State pitcher Jeremy McKinney, a sophomore transfer from Northwest Florida State, pitched 3 1/3 innings against defending national champion Vanderbilt and gave up no runs, one hit and two walks and struck out four in a 3-2 loss.
The Franklin Community High School graduate has pitched 6 2/3 innings this year and has yielded no runs and just two hits while striking out nine and walking five.
The Sycamores (3-3) won one of three against the Commodores.
- Tara Parmer scored 23 points (8 for 14, 7 for 11, 0 for 0), and Shelby Parmer scored 20 (8 for 15, 3 for 6, 1 for 2) to lead the St. Mary-of-the-Woods basketball team to a 118-104 defeat of Oakland City, a team that had beaten the Pomeroys by 20 points earlier in the season. Shelby had a team-high seven rebounds, three assists and two steals in 27 minutes; and Tara had a team-high six assists, three rebounds and two steals in 26 minutes. The winners were 24 of 54 from behind the 3-point line.
- Competing at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships, Franklin’s Clay Warner was third of 14 in the triple jump (41-9¾) and ninth of 16 in the long jump (20-3½).
- Evansville’s Abby Smith was 13th of 45 in the 50-yard freestyle (24.30-24.05 in the preliminaries), 17th of 39 in the 100 freestyle (53.34) and was a member of the winning 200 freestyle relay team at the Missouri Valley Conference Swimming and Diving Championships.
- IUPUI’s Jenny Oleksiak was third of 34 in the 200 IM (2:04.16), third of 25 in the 100 breaststroke (1:03.76) and third of 28 in the 200 breaststroke (2:16.65) at the Summit League Swimming and Diving Championships. The Jaguars’ Mason Hamilton was 16th of 41 in the men’s 50 freestyle (21.46), 21st of 26 in the 100 butterfly (52.91) and 15th of 31 in the 100 freestyle (47.42).
- Luke Andersen won 6-3, 6-2 at No. 1 singles and 6-2 at No. 3 doubles in Ball State’s 7-0 tennis win against Wright State.
- Swimming for Indiana at the Big Ten Conference Championships, Allie Day was third in the 200 backstroke (1:54.14) and eighth in the 100 backstroke (53.40). The Hoosiers finished second to Minnesota.
- Xavier’s Mikaela Saugstad was 15th of 20 in the 100 breaststroke (1:08.77), ninth of 20 in the 200 breaststroke (2:27.05) and 13th of 25 in the 400 IM (4:36.07 in the finals; 4:34.27 in the preliminaries) at the Big East Swimming and Diving Championships.
- Bellarmine’s Shelbi Dishman was fifth of 16 (11:02.84) in the women’s 3,000 meters at the DePauw Indoor Track and Field Invitational. Taylor’s Noah Clayton was 10th of 24 in the men’s 5,000 meters (16:17.01).
- Hanover’s Mackenzie Dean was second of 20 in the women’s mile (5:22.85), sixth of 19 in the 800 (2:28.33), and a member of the winning distance medley relay team at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships. Rose-Hulman’s Ryan Meyer was second of 28 in the men’s mile (4:25.59) and seventh of 18 in the 800 meters (2:04.74).
- Indiana’s Sydney Clute was second of seven in the pole vault (13-3¾) at the Alex Wilson Track and Field Invitational at Notre Dame.
- Indianapolis’ Kyle Schwartz was first of 10 in the 600 meters (1:23.57) at the Ohio State Indoor Track and Field Tuneup. Athletes from NCAA Division I schools were in the field.
- The Indiana softball team (2-13) lost five games in California. Sarah Thompson had one hit in six at-bats in three games and is batting .143 (1 for 7).
- The Notre Dame softball team (9-5) won four of five games in California, defeating Maryland, UNLV, Texas and Georgia while losing to Tennessee. Kimmy Sullivan had one hit in two pinch-hitting appearances and is hitting .182 (2 for 11) with two RBIs.
- Jay Prior was the losing pitcher for the Lincoln Trail baseball team, giving up five hits, four earned runs and two walks and struck out two in 2-1/3 innings in a 5-4 loss to Mississippi Gulf Coast.
- In Chattanooga’s 44-3 wrestling loss to No. 1 Iowa, Sean Mappes was pinned at 174 pounds in 4:44. In a 31-6 win against Southern Illinois-Edwardsville, he lost 6-4.
- The Wittenberg basketball team (20-6, 12-4) defeated Kenyon 62-59 and Oberlin 67-55. Bobbi Clayton had six points (3 for 7), one rebound, two assists, two steals and two blocked shots in 34 minutes in the two games.
- The Trine basketball team (15-10, 9-7) defeated Alma 66-56 and lost 68-58 to Hope. Nikky Moan had seven points (3 for 10, 1 for 2, 0 for 0), 10 rebounds and two steals in 48 minutes in the two games.
- Katie Lucaites had seven rebounds and three assists, both team highs, in 21 minutes in 14-11 Oberlin’s 67-55 basketball loss to Wittenberg and two rebounds and one assist in 15 minutes in a 68-66 loss to Ohio Wesleyan.
- The Northern Kentucky basketball team (15-12, 6-6) lost 76-62 to Jacksonville and defeated North Florida 67-29. Melody Doss had 17 points (6 for 15, 3 for 6, 2 for 2), two rebounds, one steal and one blocked shot in 29 minutes in the loss and seven points (3 for 9, 1 for 5, 0 for 0), five rebounds, two assists and one blocked shot in 21 minutes in the win.
- The Anderson basketball team (1-24, 0-18) lost 67-52 to Mount St. Joseph and 66-53 to Earlham. Shelby Shaffer led the Ravens in scoring with 18 points (5 for 17, 2 for 9, 6 for 7) as well as in rebounds (8), assists (4) and steals (3) against Mount St. Joseph and had a team-high 19 points (5 for 15, 5 for 12, 4 for 6) against Earlham, along with three rebounds, one assist and one steal.
- Franklin’s basketball team (14-10, 12-6) defeated Rose-Hulman 41-36 and Defiance 61-54. Madi Kolthoff had 17 points (7 for 11, 2 for 4, 1 for 1), six rebounds, two assists and two steals in 34 minutes in the two wins.
- The Manchester basketball team (13-12, 10-8) defeated Defiance 66-57 and Hanover 77-70. Kelcey Daugherty had four points (2 for 5, 0 for 2) and one rebound in 30 minutes in the two games.
- Indiana Wesleyan’s basketball team (28-2, 16-2) defeated Goshen 85-64 and Marian 80-70. Jonny Marlin, who was named Crossroads League Newcomer of the Year and a member of the first-team All-Crossroads League, did not play against Goshen, the fifth consecutive game he missed. But he played 18 minutes off the bench against Marian and had a team-high 10 assists and one rebound. He did not take a shot.
- The IPFW basketball team (15-11, 8-5) defeated Denver 63-47 and lost 66-62 to North Dakota State. Joe Reed had seven points (1 for 2, 5 for 7), two rebounds, three assists and one steal in 40 minutes in the two games.
- The Mount St. Mary’s basketball team (13-13, 9-6) defeated LIU-Brooklyn 82-65 and Fairleigh Dickinson 75-64. Andrew Smeathers had 15 points (5 for 11, 3 for 7, 2 for 2), one assist and a team-high seven rebounds in 18 minutes against LIU and two rebounds and two blocked shots in seven minutes against Fairleigh Dickinson.
- Georgia softball pitcher Brittany Gray pitched her second no-hitter of the season in a five-inning 9-1 defeat of Indiana. The freshman, who has a 3-0 record with a 1.58 ERA, gave up one walk and struck out four. The Bulldogs are 12-2.
- The Butler softball team (4-7) lost 5-2 to Eastern Illinois and 8-3 to IUPUI. Chelsea Norwood had one hit in seven at-bats in the two games and is batting .257 (9 for 35).
- Evansville diver Stephanie Tran was eighth of 19 from the three-meter board and 14th of 19 in the one-meter event at the Missouri Valley Swimming and Diving Championships.
- The Dayton tennis team lost 5-1 to Temple. Jackie Kawamoto scored the Flyers’ only wins, 6-1, 6-2 at No. 4 singles and 6-3 at No. 3 doubles. Jade Kawamoto was leading 6-4, 2-2 at No. 6 singles in an unfinished match.
- The Ohio Northern tennis team defeated St. Mary’s 9-0 and lost 5-4 to Kalamazoo. Brittany Toney won 6-4, 1-6, 10-8 at No. 6 singles and 8-3 at No. 1 doubles in the win and lost 6-0, 6-4 and 8-4 in the loss.
- Franklin’s Erica Christy was second of 20 in the shot put (39-1¼) and ninth of 16 in the weight throw (37-6) at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships.
- Indianapolis’ Kailey Evans was 10th of 31 in the long jump (17-7) and 16th of 24 in the 200-meter dash (27.13) at the Ohio State Indoor Track and Field Tuneup.
- Taylor’s Taylor Allen was 18th of 20 in the women’s 60-meter dash (8.75) at the DePauw Indoor Track and Field Invitational. The Trojans’ Eric Croft was 18th of 22 in the men’s 200-meter dash (25.63) and 13th of 14 in the 400 meters (55.26).
- Alex Krupa has had nine singles, one double, three RBIs and five runs scored in 24 at-bats (.417 batting average) for the Iowa Western baseball team (3-3).
- Pitcher Aaron Doughty was charged with the loss in 5-5 Lindsey Wilson’s 10-9 baseball defeat to Madonna as a result of three unearned runs. The junior transfer from Indian Hill Community College has given up two hits, three walks and no earned runs in 5 2/3 innings and has struck out five.
- The Hanover basketball team (13-12, 10-8) defeated Transylvania 70-68 and Manchester 83-72. Jaren Hornbeak led the Panthers with 11 points (4 for 5, 3 for 3, 0 for 0) and had one rebound in only 13 minutes against Manchester and had three points (1 for 3, 1 for 3, 0 for 0) in five minutes against Transylvania.
- The Franklin basketball team (14-10, 12-6) defeated Rose-Hulman 41-36 and Defiance 61-54. Nichole Thompson had nine points (3 for 9, 3 for 4), three rebounds and two assists in 23 minutes against Rose-Hulman and 11 points (4 for 14, 3 for 4) one assist and a team-high nine rebounds in 27 minutes against Defiance.
- The Danville basketball team (22-6, 7-1) defeated Lincoln Land 93-33 and John Wood 74-63. Kelsie Ratliff had 13 points (5 for 7, 3 for 5, 0 for 0), three assists, two steals and one rebound against Lincoln Land and a team-high 20 points (6 for 12, 6 for 12, 2 for 3), six rebounds and team highs in assists (6) and steals (4) against John Wood.
- Kyle Wuest had 10 points (2 for 8, 0 for 1, 6 for 0), two assists and a team-high five rebounds in 19 minutes for the Elmhurst basketball team (19-6, 9-5) in a 96-66 loss to Illinois Wesleyan.
- Franklin’s Ashley Myers was fourth of 19 in the 800 meters (2:26.87), ninth of 15 in the 3,000 (11:19.09), fourth of 10 in the triple jump (32-7¾), and 12th of 14 in the long jump (14-11½) at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships.
- Franklin’s Anna Murdock won the mile (5:19.59) in a field of 19 runners, was first in the 800 run, was third of 15 in the 3,000 meters (10:52.32) and third of 18 in the 200 dash (27.68) at the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Indoor Track and Field Championships.
- Indiana State’s Katie Wise finished third in the 60-meter dash in 7.41 at the Alex Wilson Indoor Track and Field Invitational at Notre Dame.
- The Northern Illinois women’s basketball team (10-14, 6-8) lost 73-57 to Toledo and 51-50 to Ball State. Ally Lehman had four points (2 for 9), four rebounds, one steal, one blocked shot and a team-high four assists in 26 minutes against Toledo and four points (2 for 7), five rebounds, and a team-high five assists in 30 minutes against Ball State.
- The Regis basketball team (15-9, 11-9) defeated Adams State 60-49 and lost 54-48 to Fort Lewis. Erica Von Stein had two points (1 for 16), seven rebounds, five assists and two steals in 67 minutes in the two games.
- Bellarmine’s Mariah Young was 16th of 25 in the mile (5:54.35) at the DePauw Indoor Track and Field Invitational.
- Indianapolis’ Farin Hickman was sixth of 27 in the women’s weight throw (55-3 ¾) and fourth of 31 in the shot put (44-7 ½) at the Ohio State Indoor Track and Field Tuneup. Greyhound Robert Geis was 10th of 15 in the men’s 60-meter hurdles (8.63) and 17th of 22 in the 400 dash (53.13).
- Indiana State’s Danielle Muse was second of six in the 800 meters (2:23.04) at the Eastern Illinois Friday Night Indoor Track and Field Invitational.
- The Taylor baseball team lost three of four games in Tennessee, splitting two with Bryan and dropping two to Tennessee Wesleyan. Jared Adkins started three of the games at second base and was one for seven at the plate and scored one run.
- The Liberty baseball team (3-3) defeated East Carolina and lost to St. John’s and North Carolina-Greensboro. Ashton Perritt had one triple and scored one run in nine at-bats in two games and is batting .217 (5 for 23). He relieved in the eighth inning with a 5-1 lead against Greensboro and held them scoreless in the eighth; but he gave up five runs, five hits and a walk while retiring two batters in the ninth and was charged with the loss.
- The Eastern Michigan gymnasts defeated Ball State. Eastern’s Kim Ebeyer was sixth of 12 on the beam; and Ball State’s Sarah Ebeyer was 10th of 12 in the vault, 11th of 12 on the beam and fourth of 12 in the floor exercises.
- The IU-Southeast basketball team (19-11, 9-6) defeated Cincinnati Christian 67-56 and Midway 67-61. Michaela Harris had six points (2 for 13, 2 for 9, 0 for 0), five rebounds, three assists, four steals and two blocked shots in 51 minutes in the two wins.
- The Tennessee-Martin basketball team (18-9, 14-0) defeated Southern Illinois-Edwardsville 79-72. Haley Howard had two points (1 for 1), two rebounds and two steals in 10 minutes.
- The Lindenwood basketball team (11-14, 4-14) defeated Northeast Missouri 73-67 and lost 69-49 to Lincoln. Morgan Johnson had eight points (3 for 8, 2 for 4, 0 for 0), one assist, one rebound, one steal and one blocked shot in 15 minutes in the two games.