Franklin Community High School product Morgan Hash helped lead Georgia State’s volleyball team to consecutive victories against Georgia Southern to end the regular season.
The 6-foot-2 sophomore outside hitter produced a career-high 23 kills in one match and had six kills, five digs and four blocks in the other.
The Panthers were 10-19 entering Friday’s match at the Sun Belt Conference tournament at Jonesboro, Arkansas. Hash is third on the team in kills for the season with 204.
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Cameron Tidd, a redshirt freshman defensive lineman at Vanderbilt, produced a career-best five tackles and forced a fumble in the Commodores’ 44-21 home loss to Kentucky. The former Center Grove football player has played in all 10 Vanderbilt games this season and has made 15 tackles.
Defensive end Gavin Everett was credited with two tackles, including half a sack, in Indiana’s 27-14 football win against Illinois.
Western Illinois recorded a 45-0 victory against Indiana State thanks in part to fullback Max Norris carrying the ball 10 times for 59 yards.
Freshman Bailey Bennett had one tackle for a loss of five yards in Marian’s 63-0 win at Lindenwood University-Belleville.
Dillon Dallas came through with three tackles for the University of Indianapolis as the Greyhounds completed the regular season with a spotless record for the first time in 63 years on what was the team’s Senior Day. Among those recognized before the 42-27 win against Notre Dame College was starting offensive lineman Jordan Bedan.
Sophomore defender Nicole Jansen is the team leader in minutes played for Marian University women’s soccer, which hosts No. 11 Central Methodist today in the opening round of the NAIA tournament. The Knights (15-3-3) are ranked 14th nationally.
Regan Wentland had nine points, 10 rebounds and two blocks in Indiana State’s 60-59 season-opening loss to visiting St. Louis in women’s basketball.
Belmont swingman Michael Benkert was scoreless in 11 minutes of action in an 86-82 loss to Washington, going 0 for 2 on 3-point attempts and grabbing a rebound. Benkert also played nine minutes with a rebound and assist off the bench in a 69-60 home victory against Vanderbilt.
Point guard Lauren Rau came off the bench to tally four points, grab three rebounds and dish two assists for Lipscomb in a loss to College of Charleston. She had a point and five assists in a victory against Charleston Southern.
Middle Tennessee State setter Taylor Hammill finished with 30 assists, two kills and two digs in a loss to Florida International. She had produced 819 assists and 135 digs on the season entering Friday’s Conference USA tournament in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Ali Line, an Illinois State middle blocker, had eight kills in her team’s 3-1 victory at Bradley.
Hanover receiver Jackson Daugherty led his team in receptions with six for 78 yards in his football team’s home loss to Franklin College.
Senior running back Kole Stogner rushed seven times for 62 yards and a score in Franklin College’s 56-14 Victory Bell triumph at Hanover. He has now rushed for a touchdown in each of the last three games.
Redshirt senior Griffin Oakes made a field goal of 28 yards and booted three extra points in Indiana’s 24-14 football victory at Illinois. The Hoosiers’ No. 2 all-time scorer now has 337 points entering today’s home game against Rutgers.
Brenden Smith, a starting defensive back at Marian, made six tackles, including one for loss, in the Knights’ season-closing 63-0 victory at Lindenwood University-Belleville.
Indiana Tech men’s basketball player Dylan Phair is averaging 14.8 points in the Warriors’ 4-0 start, including wins over NAIA Division II No. 2 Union College and No. 3 St. Francis.
Junior linebacker Nick Ratti finished with two tackles for Franklin College in its 56-14 win at Hanover.
Freshman Sidney Crowe contributed four points, two rebounds and an assist in 14 minutes off the bench for the St. Francis women’s basketball team in its 71-63 win against IU-Kokomo.