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Eastern Michigan diver Dakoda Johnson, a Center Grove graduate, won the 3-meter springboard event in a three-way meet with Buffalo and Michigan State.

The junior compiled a score of 323.95 to lead the field of 11 divers and to help the Eagles to victories against both opponents. Eastern Michigan has won 64 consecutive dual meets against Mid-American Conference opponents.

Center Grove

Eastern Michigan’s Grant Schwarz finished eighth of 10 swimmers in the 100-yard breaststroke (59.83) and ninth of 10 in the 200 (2:12.50) in a three-team meet with Buffalo and Michigan State.

Indiana swimmer Allie Day finished third of 15 in the 100 backstroke (55.74), second of 15 in the 200 (1:59.76) and fifth of 16 in the 200 IM (2:06.27) in a four-team meet with Iowa, Missouri and Illinois, won by the Hoosiers.

Regina Perez was sixth of eight in the 50 freestyle (25.45) and seventh of eight in the 100 (56.55) in Indianapolis’ swimming win against Grand Valley.

Swimming for Urbana in a dual-meet loss to Notre Dame of Ohio, Siara Chupp was second of three in the 1,000 freestyle (13:08.91), third of three in the

500 (6:29.41) and third of three in the 200 IM (2:51.75).

Xavier’s Mikaela Saugstad was fifth of seven in the 500 freestyle (5:28.32) in the Musketeers’ swimming win against DePauw.

Competing against Ohio State and Cincinnati in the five-team Kenyon Winter Swimming Invitational, Kenyon’s Haley Townsend was 12th of 26 in the 200 freestyle (1:58.73) and 12th of 29 in the 100 (53.81).

The Northern Kentucky women’s basketball team

(9-8, 5-1) defeated North

Florida 57-51 and lost 67-56 to

Jacksonville. Melody Doss had eight points (4 for 9), five rebounds, three steals, two blocked shots and one assist in 34 minutes in the win and 17 points (7 for 18, 1 for 6, 2 for 2), 12 rebounds, three blocked shots (all team highs), one assist and one steal in 36 minutes in the loss.

The Manchester women’s basketball team (8-7, 5-3) defeated Anderson 83-54 and lost

83-64 to Hanover. Kelcey Daugherty played 34 minutes in the two games and had nine points

(4 for 10, 1 for 4), five rebounds, seven assists and one steal.

The Indianapolis women’s basketball team (15-3, 6-1)

defeated Bellarmine 86-72, lost

73-44 to Southern Indiana and won 88-63 against St. Joseph’s. Kirsten Gliesmann had 17 points

(6 for 10, 5 for 5), two blocked shots, one steal and a team-high 10 rebounds in 26 minutes against Bellarmine; two points (1 for 7), four rebounds and two steals in

12 minutes against USI; and

13 points (6 for 8, 1 for 1), eight rebounds (both team highs), four blocked shots and three steals in 18 minutes against St. Joseph’s.

The Elmhurst women’s basketball team (10-6, 2-3) defeated North Park 71-63 and lost

111-92 to North Central. Nikky Moan played 19 minutes in the two games and had nine points

(3 for 4, 3 for 4), seven rebounds, two assists and one steal.

The Anderson women’s basketball team (1-14, 0-8) lost 83-54 to Manchester and 73-42 to Earlham. Shelby Shaffer led the Ravens with 16 points (3 for 9,

2 for 4, 8 for 10) in 39 minutes against Manchester and also had three assists, two steals and one rebound. In the Earlham loss

she had six points (2 for 9,

1 for 4, 1 for 2) and one assist in 26 minutes.

The IPFW men’s basketball team (15-6, 3-1) defeated Denver 67-64 and lost 75-61 to South Dakota. Joe Reed had six points (3 for 9, 0 for 3), five rebounds and two steals in 27 minutes in the win and six points (2 for 4, 2 for 3), one steal and a team-high seven rebounds in 32 minutes in the loss.

Indiana men’s basketball player Jonny Marlin played two minutes in the Hoosiers’ 75-72 upset of Wisconsin and had one assist in eight minutes in a

54-47 loss to Northwestern.

J.T. Barton played a total of 15 minutes for the Franklin men’s basketball team (6-8, 3-4) in losses to Rose-Hulman (74-56) and Defiance (54-52) and had three points (1 for 3, 1 for 1) and one rebound.

Indianapolis wrestler Shelby Mappes lost 12-8 at 174 pounds in the Greyhounds’ 24-18 win against Wisconsin-Parkside.

Butler’s Shelbi Burnett finished third of 29 runners in the 3,000 meters in 10:26.67 at the

Illinois Indoor Track and

Field Classic.

Indiana’s Sydney Clute finished fourth of seven with a pole vault of 11-11¾ in a dual-meet loss to Purdue.

In an indoor track and field dual meet with Manchester, Rose-Hulman’s Nathan Catt was second of seven in the mile (4:26.51), and teammate Ryan Meyer was sixth of 11 in the 3,000 meters (9:12.13).

Competing at the Private College Indoor Track and Field Invitational, Carthage’s Isaac Smith was 17th in the 3,000 meters (10:26.67).

Franklin

Ball State senior Michael Oaks won the 200 freestyle (1:46.93) and the 100 freestyle (47.80) and was a member of

the winning 200-yard freestyle relay team in the Cardinals’ dual-meet swimming win against

Eastern Illinois.

In a dual-meet swimming loss to Xavier, DePauw’s Alex Grissom won the 200-yard freestyle (1:44.75) and was fifth of seven in the 500 freestyle (4:51.34). In a three-team meet with Illinois Wesleyan and

Rose-Hulman, won by DePauw, he was fifth of 16 in the 100 freestyle (48.42) and fourth of eight in the 100 butterfly (55.06).

The IUPUI men and women swimmers lost to Milwaukee and Green Bay. Mason Hamilton was sixth of eight in the men’s

50 freestyle (22.81) and fifth of five in the 100 (51.31) against Milwaukee and sixth of eight in the 50 (22.75) against Green Bay. Jenny Oleksiak won the women’s 200 breaststroke (2:24.74) against Green Bay and was second of eight (2:12.27) in the 200 IM and third of six in the 100 breaststroke (1:07.55) against Milwaukee.

Abby Smith was sixth of 13 in the 50 freestyle (25.05) and sixth of 12 in the 100 (55.04) in Evansville’s swimming loss to

Miami, Ohio.

In the Carleton swimmers’ defeat of Hamline, Claire Wilson finished fourth of six in the

100-yard breaststroke (1:19.71) and second of five in the 200 (2:53.16). Hamline did not enter any competitors in either event.

Shelby Parmer had 13 points (4 for 14, 3 for 7, 2 for 5), three rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Vincennes women’s basketball team (12-4) in a

71-56 defeat of John A. Logan and 10 points (4 for 11, 1 for 2, 1 for 2), four rebounds, four assists and two steals in a 64-60 loss to

Southwestern Illinois.

Whiteland

Morgan Johnson had a team-high 16 points (4 for 6, 3 for 5, 5 for 6), two rebounds and one blocked shot in 22 minutes for the Lindenwood women’s basketball team (8-7, 3-5) in a 72-61 loss to Missouri Southern.

The IU-Southeast women’s basketball team (8-9, 4-4) lost

54-52 to Asbury, 73-72 to Cincinnati Christian and 68-65 to Alice

Lloyd. Michaela Harris played

55 minutes in the three games and had eight points (2 for 15, 1 for 4, 3 for 4), nine rebounds, two

assists, three steals and two blocked shots.

Drea Mize saw eight minutes of action for the Indiana women’s basketball team (15-3, 2-3) in a loss to Purdue and a win against Minnesota and had one steal and missed one shot against

the Boilermakers.

The Butler women’s basketball team (8-10, 3-4) lost 58-55 to St. John’s and won 58-52 against Creighton. Haley Howard had

11 points (4 for 8, 1 for 2, 2 for 2), two rebounds and one assist in

28 minutes in the loss and two points (1 for 6, 0 for 1), three rebounds and one assist in 21 minutes in the win.

The Danville Community College women’s basketball team (13-7) lost 65-59 to Kankakee and won 82-76 against John Wood. Kelsie Ratliff had two points (1 for 5), two rebounds and one blocked shot in the two games.

The Eastern Michigan gymnasts finished last in a meet with Kent State, George Washington and Rutgers. Kimberly Ebeyer was sixth of 24 (six from each team), second for EMU, on the beam (9.700); ninth of 24, second for EMU, in the floor exercises (9.775); and 13th of 24, third for EMU, in the vault (9.675).

In the Ball State gymnasts’ win against St. Louis, Sarah Ebeyer was third of 12 in the vault (9.600), ninth of 12 on the beam (8.900) and 10th of 12 in the floor exercises (9.350).

Franklin’s Seth Morin was third of five in the 1000 freestyle (10:26.14) and second of five in the 500 freestyle (5:03.47) in a swimming loss to Wabash.

Defiance swimmer Braden Perry was second of three in the 500 freestyle (5:30.94), fourth of five in the 50 freestyle (26.24) and second of two in the 1,000 freestyle (11:12.30) in a dual-meet loss to Olivet.

Illinois College’s Jordyn

Perry was fifth of seven in the

200 freestyle (36.19) and fifth of five in the 100 backstroke (1:20.58) in a women’s swimming loss

to Millikin.

Stephanie Wolfersberger

was seventh of 12 in the

50 freestyle (26.30) and ninth of

11 in the 100 (59.47) for Rose-

Hulman in a three-way

swimming meet with DePauw

and Illinois Wesleyan.

Indian Creek

Indiana State’s Katie Wise won the 60-meter dash (7.42)

and was second of seven in the 200 meters (25.14) in a dual indoor track and field meet with

Illinois State.

The Northern Illinois women’s basketball team (7-8, 3-2) lost 65-60 to Central Michigan and won 69-66 against Miami. Ally Lehman had four points (1 for 5, 1 for 3,

1 for 2), one rebound and one steal in 25 minutes against CMU and 11 points (4 for 13, 1 for 5, 2 for 4), six rebounds, four steals and two assists in 30 minutes against Miami.

The Regis women’s basketball team (8-7, 6-5) lost 79-61 to Fort Lewis and won 82-53 against Adams State. Erica Von Stein

had two rebounds and four assists in 37 minutes against Fort Lewis and three points (1 for 6, 1 for 6,

0 for 0), one assist and one

steal in 28 minutes against

Adams State.

Ethan Raley lost by a major decision (20-10) at 141 pounds in Indiana’s 38-4 wrestling loss

to Iowa.

Richard Gregg finished eighth in 50.80 in the 100-yard freestyle in Indianapolis’

men’s swimming win against Grand Valley.

Greenwood

Evansville diver Stephanie Tran was fourth of five on the 3-meter board and fifth of five on the 1-meter in a swimming and diving loss to Miami.

The Marian women’s basketball team (11-9, 4-4) lost

60-59 to Grace and 73-66 to St. Francis. Deauna Evans played a total of 13 minutes in the two games and had seven points

(3 for 4, 1 for 1, 0 for 0), one steal and one blocked shot.

The Franklin women’s basketball team (8-7, 6-2) defeated Rose-Hulman 51-31 and lost 57-54 to Defiance. Nichole Thompson had a team-high 15 points (4 for 9, 7 for 7), five rebounds and three assists in 28 minutes in the win and 10 points (2 for 6, 6 for 6), two assists, four steals and a team high seven rebounds in the loss.

Edinburgh

Franklin’s Ashley Myers was seventh of 11 runners in the mile event in 5:58.89 at the Wabash Indoor Track and Field Invitational.

The Elmhurst men’s basketball team (10-6, 2-3) defeated North Park 70-67 and lost

72-64 to North Central. Kyle

Wuest had 15 points (5 for 11, 2 for 5, 3 for 4), eight rebounds, two assists and three steals in 31 minutes in the win and a team-high

15 points (4 for 9, 1 for 5, 6 for 6), two rebounds, three assists and two steals in 27 minutes in

the loss.

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