Henry scores TD for DePauw


 Week of Sept. 19-25


 Thomas More (3-1) defeated Carnegie-Mellon 20-16. Starting outside linebacker  Tre’ Tunstill had three solo tackles, assisted on five others, and intercepted a pass for the winners.

 Wabash (2-1) lost 24-14 to Wittenberg.  Tim Leath was the starting left tackle on the offensive line for the Little Giants, and teammates offensive lineman  TimFieldsand defensive lineman Dallas Pitts also saw action.

Undefeated St. Francis won its fourth consecutive game, defeating Lindenwood-Belleville 63-7. Starting wide receiver  Montay NcDowell caught two passes for 28 yards and a touchdown. Starting cornerback  Na’ Shawn Lewis had two solo tackles. Sean Boswell  caught a 12 yard touchdown pass and returned five punts 59 yards, and  Carlin Coleman had one solo tackle and assisted on two others. The Cougars play undefeated Marian on Saturday in a showdown between two of the top NAIA teams in the nation.

Antonio Allen  played for Marian (4-0) in a 70-10 rout of Missouri Baptist.

Buffalo (1-2) upset previously undefeated Army 23-20.  Justin Brandon had one solo tackle for the winners.

Demarco Henry  carried the ball three times for 20 yards and one touchdown for DePauw (3-0) in a 66-17 defeat of Hiram.

Chris Evans  rushed eight times for 56 yards and one touchdown for Michigan (4-0) in a 49-10 win against Penn State. His touchdown carry was for three yards, and his longest gain was 37 yards. The freshman also caught one pass for 14 yards.

Washburn (2-1) edged Nebraska- Kearney 47-44 in three overtimes, the longest game in school history.  Chris McGee had five carries for 82 yards, including a run of 67 yards.

Asmar Bilal  played for Notre Dame (1-3) in a 38-35 loss to Duke.

Grand Valley State (4-0) defeated Walsh (0-4) 38-0.  Steve Walker had one solo tackle for Walsh, and Jailyn Harden  played for Grand Valley.

Darius Dixon  started on the offensive line at right tackle for Franklin (3-1) in a 44-38 win against previously undefeated Bluffton. Teammate linebacker  Nathan Adams had two solo tackles and assisted on another.

Malcolm Floyd  played for Indianapolis (1-3) in a 37-7 defeat of Kentucky Wesleyan.


Ball State defeated IUPUI in a 5K dual meet.  Maritza Rodriguez was fourth of  20 competitors and fourth for the Cardinals in 18:44.  Meliza Rodriguez was 13th, ninth for Ball State, in 19:41.6.


Taylor McDaniel  scored a goal unassisted at the 71.13 mark in 7-2 Franklin’s 8-0 defeat of Berea. The freshman is fourth in scoring for the Grizzlies with eight points on two goals and four assists.

Southern Indiana (5-4-0) lost 1-0 to Wisconsin-Parkside and won 3-1 against Lewis.  Courtney Lofland was in the goal for 90 minutes in each match and had eight saves against Parkside and two against Lewis.


Marian (6-1) lost 8-1 to DePauw and won 6-3 against Grace.  Ian Deiters lost 6-2, 7-5 at No. 4 singles and 8-6 at No. 2 doubles to DePauw and won 6-2, 6-3 at No. 5 singles and lost 9-7 at No. 2 doubles against Grace.


10th ranked Purdue (11-2) lost 3-2 to Illinois and won 3-0 against Indiana.  Danielle Cuttino  had 14 kills and 10 errors in 42 attempts (.095), one assist, and two blocking errors in the loss; and nine kills with three errors in 18 attempts (.333), two digs, one solo block, and one assist on a block in the win.

Spring Arbor (3-11, 0-9) defeated Rochester (MI) 3-1 and lost 3-1 to Goshen and 3-0 to St. Francis.  Alyssa Walker had 18 digs and four assists in the three matches.

Franklin (8-7, 0-1) defeated St. Mary-of-the-Woods 3-0 and lost 3-1 to Manchester.  Sarah Labra had 11 digs for the Grizzlies and attempted two kills in the two matches.