Evans shines in big Michigan win



Chris Evans  led Michigan with 153 yards rushing on 11 carries, an average of 13.9 yards per carry, in 6-0 Michigan’s 78-0 defeat of Rutgers. The freshman had a run of 57 yards and returned one punt 15 yards.

Asmar Bilal  had three solo tackles, one for a loss, and assisted on two others for Notre Dame (2-4) in a 10-3 loss to North Carolina State in a game played in wind and rain.

St. Francis (5-1, 3-1) edged Siena Heights 24-22. Starting cornerback  Na’ Shawn Lewis intercepted two passes and returned them 13 and 20 yards, had four solo tackles, and assisted on one tackle for the winners. Starting wide receiver  Montay McDowell scored the Cougars first touchdown on an eight yard pass reception and caught a 44 yard pass for the winner’s second score. He finished the day with four catches for 76 yards.  Sean Boswell had five receptions for 54 yards, with a long of 14; and  Carlin Coleman also played for St. Francis.

Antonio Allen  had two solo tackles for Marian (6-0) in a 48-14 win against Taylor.

Starting free safety  Jailyn Harden had one solo tackle and assisted on two others for Grand Valley State (6-0) in a 35-23 defeat of Ferris State.

Tre’ Tunstill   started at outside linebacker for Thomas More (5-1) in a 70-20 defeat of Grove City and led the winners with seven tackles, four solos and three assisted.

Tim Leath  started on the offensive line at right tackle for Wabash (4-1, 3-1) in a 51-0 win against Oberlin.  Tim Fields had one solo tackle and assisted on two others, and  Dallas Pitts had two solo tackles and assisted on two for the Little Giants.

Joseph Domogalik  assisted on two tackles for Trine (4-1) in a 35-16 win against Albion (MI).

Dionte Coleman  had two solo tackles; Nathan Adams had one solo tackle and one assist; and  John Ward had one solo tackle for Franklin (5-1) in a 40-7 defeat of Earlham.

Mark Limehouse  had two solo tackles for Anderson (1-5, 1-3) in a 62-22 loss to Bluffton.

Justin Brandon  assisted on two tackles for Buffalo (1-4, 0-1) in a 44-20 loss to KentState.

Demarco Henry  played for DePauw (4-1) in a 21-10 loss to undefeated Wittenberg.

Malcolm Floyd  saw action for 2-4 Indianapolis in a 34-22 defeat of McKendree.


The Calumet College of St. Joseph’s  Daniel Eanes finished 32nd of 43 golfers with a score of 88 at the Mike Lalaeff Invitational, hosted by Purdue-Northwest.


Courtney Lofland  was the goalkeeper for the first 45 minutes for Southern Indiana (7-6, 4-6) in a 4-0 loss to Rockhurst and had six saves while giving up one goal.

Franklin (10-2, 3-0) defeated Hanover 2-0 and Bluffton 7-1 to run their winning streak to seven.  Taylor McDaniel did not play against Hanover but had a big game as a starter against Bluffton.  The freshman took five shots, three on goal, and scored on two of them, the Grizzlies’ third goal at 24:35 and their fifth goal at 57:25. She also assisted on goal four at 52:15.


Marian (11-1) won the Crossroads League Championship Tournament by defeating St. Francis 9-0, Taylor 5-0, and Indiana Wesleyan 5-3.  Ian Deiters won 6-0, 6-1 at No. 5 singles and 8-3 at No. 2 doubles against St. Francis; won 8-3 at No. 2 doubles against Taylor (His singles match was unfinished); and lost 9-7 at No. 2 doubles to Indiana Wesleyan and trailed 6-2, 3-3 in singles when the match ended.


Franklin (12-8, 2-2) lost 3-0 to Rose-Hulman and defeated Anderson 3-1.  Sarah Labra had 18 digs and three assists in the loss and 10 digs and two assists in the win.

 Madison Yoder  had a two match total of five digs for IU-East (1-13, 4-4) in a 3-0 loss to IU-Southeast and a 3-0 win against Brescia.

 Ashley Walker  had one assist for Spring Arbor (3-13, 0-11) in a 3-1 loss to Mount Vernon Nazarene.

 Danielle Cuttino  had 17 kills with seven errors in 39 attempts (.256), four digs, one solo block, and assists on two blocks for Purdue (11-5, 1-4) in a 3-2 loss to Iowa.