College update – April 14

Freshman catcher Damon Maynard finished with two doubles and three hits overall in Olney Central’s 12-2 win against Rend Lake. Maynard followed that with a single in a 5-4 loss to Rend Lake.

In the second game of a doubleheader at Vincennes, the Greenwood product produced a single and stolen base in a 10-0 Olney victory.


Mitchell Caster pitched the first 61/3 innings in Franklin College’s 11-10 victory against Hanover. Caster allowed six hits and struck out five.

Junior utility player Joslyn Leverett scored the lone run for Anderson softball in the Ravens’ 11-1 loss to Illinois Wesleyan.

IUPUI sophomore Megan Overton pitched a complete game and belted her first career home run in the Jaguars’ 2-0 victory against Northern Kentucky. Overton also tossed a two-hitter against Northern Kentucky and a four-hitter in her team’s 1-0 loss at Illinois-Chicago.

Georgia senior Brittany Gray threw a three-hitter in her final collegiate game, a 1-0 victory at Georgia Tech. Gray struck out five Yellow Jackets in running her season to 16-1 before being shelved for the season with an injured biceps.

Dayton seniors Jade and Jackie Kawamoto teamed to win their No. 2 doubles match in a 5-2 victory against Eastern Michigan. Jade, the Flyers’ No. 3 player, rallied to win her singles match, 6-4, 7-5, while twin sister Jackie also won in straight sets.


Right fielder Jared Adkins had two hits and two runs in Taylor’s 13-1 victory at Spring Arbor in the first game of a doubleheader. He scored a run and drove in another while drawing three walks in the second game, a 10-4 victory. Against Mt. Vernon Nazarene, Adkins finished with a single, stolen base and home run in his squad’s 10-0 triumph.

Indiana Wesleyan pitcher Danielle Munn worked five innings of relief in the team’s 9-6 triumph at Spring Arbor. She also closed out a 10-1 victory at Taylor with an inning pitched in the first game of a doubleheader.

Franklin College leadoff hitter Monica Collins continued her impressive junior campaign by totaling five hits and four runs in a recent four-game stretch. She had two hits and a stolen base in a 10-0 romp at Transylvania in the nightcap of a doubleheader.


Brenden Smith pitched 12/3 innings of relief for Marian baseball in its 7-5 home loss to Grace. Smith allowed only one hit and struck out five.


Jacob Hash carded an 86-80—166 to help Franklin College’s men’s golf squad win the Hanover Spring Invite.

Senior first baseman Grace Paszek notched two hits and drove in a run for Franklin College in 5-3 loss at Manchester.


Junior third baseman Victoria Boyer helped Indiana Wesleyan softball win its first four games of April with a total of four hits and four runs in 11 at-bats. In two games against Taylor, Boyer finished with three hits and two runs.

Purdue’s Mallory Baker helped the Boilermakers win two of three games against Northwestern. The junior leadoff hitter finished the series with two hits and scored four runs. Baker had singles in each of the team’s games in a doubleheader split with Indiana State.

Freshman left fielder Lexi Gaffney scored four of her team’s runs and picked up two hits in Franklin College’s 10-0 victory at Transylvania in the second game of a doubleheader.

IUPUI’s Mandy Dallas swatted a two-run home run in a 12-7 loss to UIC in the first game of a doubleheader. Teammate Maddie Keeley had two hits and an RBI, while Delainey Turner scored a run.

Grace College shortstop Ethan Brooks finished a 6-2 defeat of Bethel with three singles and a stolen base. Brooks posted two more hits in 5-3 victory at Marian in the first game of a doubleheader.

Indianapolis outfielder Devon Hensley recorded a base hit in each of a pair of losses against Illinois-Springfield.

Sophomore Jackson Williams carded a two-day score of 72-78—150 to lead Franklin College men’s golf to the team title at the Hanover Spring Invite in Seymour.

Austin Crowder helped IUPUI men’s golf to a 13th-place finish at the Missouri Tiger Invitational with a score of 75-77-77—229.

Davidson junior Tori Long placed 28th of 60 competitors in the women’s 400-meter dash at the Gamecock Invitational in Columbia, S.C. Long’s time was 58.77 seconds.

Justin Veteto took third for Purdue in the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 14.0 seconds at LSU’s Battle on the Bayou track and field meet.