Senior defensive tackle Dillon Dallas earned Great Lakes Valley Conference Defensive Player of the Week after helping the University of Indianapolis football team remain unbeaten last weekend.

The Center Grove product finished UIndy’s 55-0 victory against Quincy with three tackles for loss and four overall. He also forced and recovered a fumble and added a quarterback sack.

The Greyhounds, ranked sixth in Division II, play at Lincoln (Missouri) tonight.

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Drake men’s soccer forward Gabe Edel recorded a shot on goal in the team’s 2-1 win against Missouri State. Edel also started in a 6-1 loss to Creighton but had no shot attempts.

Freshman cornerback Russ Yeast was credited with three tackles and a pass breakup for the Louisville football team in its 45-42 home loss to Boston College.

Running back Max Norris helped Western Illinois improve to 5-1 with a 49-30 victory against Missouri State. The junior carried six times for 75 yards with a pair of 29-yard touchdown runs.

Bailey Bennett, a freshman linebacker at Marian, had four tackles as the Knights pounded visiting Taylor 56-14.

Indiana State running back Titus McCoy carried the ball twice for six yards in a 56-6 loss at fourth-ranked South Dakota.

Sophomore Taylor Hammill finished with 62 assists for Middle Tennessee volleyball in a five-set victory against Charlotte. Hammill also provided the Blue Raiders three service aces and two blocks in the win. In her team’s previous match, a 3-1 loss to Texas-San Antonio, Hammill finished with 29 assists and four kills.

Junior Ali Line had four kills and a block for the Illinois State volleyball team as the Redbirds defeated Missouri Valley Conference rival Bradley in four sets.

Macy Carrabine, a freshman libero for Denver, played a total of five sets in straight-set wins against Western Illinois and South Dakota. Carrabine totaled nine digs and two aces.


Evansville freshman Addie Payne had nine kills, five blocks and two digs in the Aces’ 3-2 victory at Loyola. Payne followed that with four kills and five digs in a loss at Valparaiso.

Sophomore outside hitter Morgan Hash finished with three kills, four digs and an ace in Georgia State’s three-set volleyball loss to South Alabama. Hash also had two kills in a 3-2 setback against Troy.

Franklin College freshman middle blocker Abigail Sewell totaled 13 kills, two digs and two aces in losses to Rose-Hulman, Anderson and Transylvania.


Senior Griffin Oakes made field goals of 32 and 46 yards for Indiana University in a 27-20 overtime loss to visiting Michigan. Oakes also made two point-after kicks for the Hoosiers.

Park Point defensive specialist Morgan Dangelo provided 14 assists as the volleyball team won a five-set match at Cincinnati Christian.

Dylan Rosado had six carries for 20 yards as the Quincy football team lost 55-0 at the University of Indianapolis. The freshman also caught two passes for two yards and returned a kickoff for 14 yards.

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Anderson volleyball defensive specialist Lucy Kiewig came through with 16 digs, an ace and a kill as the Ravens defeated Franklin College. She had 18 digs and an ace in a loss to Manchester.

Trine’s football team improved to 6-0 with a 42-7 victory against Kalamazoo. Junior cornerback James Starks had a tackle in the win.

Brenden Smith had three tackles in Marian’s 56-14 win against Taylor.

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