College update – September 19

Anderson women’s soccer player Halley Embree, a Center Grove High School graduate, scored one of the Ravens’ two goals in a 2-0 defeat of Heidelberg and the only goal in a 3-1 loss to Kenyon.

Central Christian College of the Bible men’s soccer player Hunter Chadwell, a Franklin Community High School graduate, scored both of his team’s goals in a 2-0 win against Baptist Bible and their only goal in a 7-1 loss to Lincoln Christian.

His three goals are his team’s only goals this season. Anderson’s women are 2-2 for the season, and the Christian College men are 1-2.

Center Grove

Mackenzie Kitchel saw her first action of the season for the Ball State volleyball team in matches played at the Washington State Cougar Challenge in Pullman, Washington. The redshirt junior had 28 kills (16 in the win), nine digs, four blocks and one assist in 3-0 losses to Utah Valley and Washington State and a 3-1 defeat of Morehead.The Illinois State volleyball team (7-2) extended its winning streak to seven matches with 3-0 wins against Youngstown and IUPUI and a 3-1 win against Toledo. Ali Line had 14 kills, six blocks and one service ace in the three wins.Jessi Arbuckle played in three games for the Taylor volleyball team (6-5, 3-0) in a 3-1 defeat of Bethel and a 3-0 win against Spring Arbor and had three digs, two kills and one assist.

The Wheaton women’s tennis team defeated Illinois Wesleyan and Millikin by 9-0 scores. Emily Jones won 6-2, 6-1 at No. 3 singles and 8-3 at No. 2 doubles against Wesleyan and 6-2, 6-1 and 8-1 against Millikin.

Grace Neathery won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 2 singles and 8-0 at No. 3 doubles in Marian’s 9-0 defeat of Grace and 6-0, 6-3 and 8-2 in a 9-0 win against Bethel.

Kent Kraus was third for Rose-Hulman and 21st of 42 overall with scores of 79-81-160 at the Ohio Wesleyan Golf Invitational. The Engineers finished fourth in a seven-team field.

Zack Carrabine was second for Butler and 42nd of 96 overall with scores of 70-77-81-228 at the D.A. Weibring Golf Invitational at Illinois State. The Bulldogs finished 12th of 18 teams.

Raquel Helton was first for Taylor and 11th of 70 golfers with scores of 81-86—167 at the Battle of Blackthorn in South Bend.

Hanover’s Cassie Hendrickson was 26th of 50 golfers, 10th for Hanover, with scores of 94-90 at the Hanover Golf Invitational, a seven-team event won by the hosts.

Nate Wozniak started at tight end for the Minnesota football team (1-1) in a 23-20 defeat of Colorado State.

Joel Hale saw action for Ohio State (2-0) in a 38-0 defeat of Hawaii.

The Indianapolis football team (1-1) lost 28-22 to Marian. Jordan Bedan started on the offensive line for the Greyhounds. O’rion Elder had three solo tackles, one assist and one quarterback hurry, and Dillon Dallas assisted on two tackles. Both started at defensive end for Indianapolis.

Mario Swann played for Indiana (2-0) in a 36-22 win against Florida International.

Ben Wheeler converted his only extra-point try in 0-2 Hanover’s 84-7 football loss to Thomas More.

Alex Aukerman started at defensive end for the Army football team (0-2) in a 22-17 loss to Connecticut and assisted on two tackles.

The Anderson football team (0-2) lost 42-26 to Concordia, Michigan. Despite being sacked five times, quarterback Luke Calvert completed 19 of 29 passes for 312 yards and three touchdowns and was intercepted once. One of his completions led to a 98 yard touchdown play. Eric Kwiatkowski caught one pass for one yard, and Andrew Wozniak had three solo tackles and two assists.

Shelbi Dishman was 16th for Bellarmine in 21:39.0 at the 5K Bluegrass Cross-Country Invitational at the University of Kentucky.

Indiana Wesleyan’s Morgan Lee was 16th for IWU and 45th of 134 overall in 20:14.5 at the 5K Wildcat Cross-Country Invitational at Marion.

Indianapolis’ Casey Wendorff was 83rd of 132, 10th for the Greyhounds, in 21:17.1 at the 6K Queen City Cross-Country Invitational.

Alieu Musa assisted on one goal for the DePauw men (4-0-1) in a 3-0 win against Franklin.

Austin Storm scored Franklin’s first goal off a corner kick in the 2-3 Grizzlies’ 2-1 soccer win against Trine in the Daniel Schuetz Community Classic.


Nick Cataldi assisted on a goal for the Aurora soccer team (2-3) in a 2-0 win against Hope.Hannah White was third for third-place Franklin and 17th of 50 overall with scores of 86-89–175 at the seven team Hanover Golf Invitational.Caroline Rogers had 18 assists and eight digs for the John A. Logan volleyball team (7-3) in a 3-0 defeat of Rend Lake.

The Trine volleyball team (3-4) defeated Adrian 3-0 and Kalamazoo 3-1 and lost 3-1 to St. Mary’s. Lauren Verkemp had 18 kills, 21 digs, three blocks, one assist and three service aces; and Megan Verkemp had 21 kills, eight digs, six assists, five aces, and three blocks in the three matches.

Karissa Wentzell had 26 assists and eight digs for the Anderson volleyball team (2-7) in a 3-0 defeat of Millikin and a 3-2 loss to Capital.

The Butler volleyball team (2-7) defeated Illinois-Chicago 3-0 and lost 3-2 to Northern Iowa and 3-1 to Cincinnati. Jess Admire had five kills, four digs, one block and one assist in the three matches.

Indian Creek

Ellie Abel had 37 assists, six service aces, four kills, four digs and two blocks for the Cincinnati Christian volleyball team (2-3) in a 3-0 loss to IU-Southeast and a 3-0 win against Ohio University-Lancaster.Bridget Marlow played in seven games for the Trine volleyball team (3-4) in wins against Adrian (3-0) and Kalamazoo (3-1) and a loss to St. Mary’s (3-0) and had six digs and three service aces.Matthew Wray had one solo tackle for the Olivet Nazarene football team (1-2) in a 24-23 loss to Lindenwood.

Morgan Morrison had three solo tackles, three assists and one forced fumble for the Hanover football team (0-2) in an 84-7 loss to Thomas More.

The Marian men’s tennis team lost 8-1 to DePauw and defeated Bethel 9-0 and Goshen 7-2. Taylor Kinney lost 8-3 at No. 2 doubles to DePauw, won 8-2 at No. 2 against Bethel, and lost 8-5 at No. 3 to Goshen.


Kole Stogner carried the ball 14 times for 45 yards for Franklin (0-2) and caught one pass for 22 yards in a 41-14 football loss to Butler.Griffin Oakes was successful on three of four extra-point tries and three of four field-goal attempts in Indiana’s 36-22 football win against Florida International. He converted field-goal tries from 35, 27, and 40 yards and missed from 44. The sophomore averaged 64 yards on eight kickoffs.Indianapolis’ Lee Campbell had one solo tackle and assisted on one more in a 28-22 football loss to Marian.

Katie Walsh lost 6-1, 6-0 at No. 2 singles and 8-1 at No. 2 doubles in IU-Southeast’s 9-0 tennis loss to Indiana Wesleyan.

Alex Hammer lost 6-0, 4-6, 10-7 at No. 2 singles and 8-4 at No. 2 doubles in Franklin’s 8-1 men’s tennis loss to IU-Southeast.


Paige Lundy was third for third-place Franklin and 17th of 50 overall with scores of 84-91–175 at the seven team Hanover Golf Invitational.Alexa White was sixth for fourth-place Marian and 53rd of 77 overall with a score of 90 at the 15-team Deer Park Golf Classic in Oglesby, Illinois.Aaron Harris carried the ball 12 times for 32 yards and one touchdown and caught four passes for 70 yards and one touchdown in the 2-0 St. Francis football team’s 48-42 defeat of Taylor. Taylor’s Tyler Mills had seven solo tackles, three assists, and one fumble recovery, and broke up one pass.

The Taylor men’s tennis team lost 6-3 to Lawrence Tech, won 7-2 against Huntington and 5-4 against Alma, and lost 6-3 to Spring Arbor. Jake Scott won at No. 6 singles against Lawrence and Spring Arbor and lost at No. 5 to Huntington and Alma. He won three of four matches at No. 3 doubles, losing 9-8 to Lawrence.


Ashley Myers was first for seventh-place Franklin and 21st of 134 overall in 19:19.0 at the nine-team 5K Wildcat Twilight Cross-Country Invitational at Indiana Wesleyan.Emily Roberts won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 4 singles in Franklin’s 9-0 tennis win against Transylvania and 6-1, 6-4 in an 8-1 defeat of Rose-Hulman.