Davis scores 24 off the bench

College sports update for BD alumni.

Week of Nov 7-13


Leshawn Johnson  caught one pass for six yards for Walsh (1-10, 0-10) in a 41-13 loss to Northwood.

Joseph Domogalik  had one solo tackle for Trine (6-4) in a 44-27 loss to Olivet.

Notre Dame (4-6) defeated Army 44-6.  Asmar Bilal assisted on two tackles for the Irish.

Chris Evans  rushed eight times for a team high 52 yards, an average of 6.5 yards per carry, with a long of 12, and caught one pass for three yards for Michigan (9-1, 6-1) in a 14-13 loss to Iowa.

Marian remained undefeated with a 59-14 win against Siena Heights and plays Robert Morris, a team they defeated 45-7 earlier in the season, in the first round of the NAIA National Championship Tournament.  Antonio Allen had three solo tackles for the defending national champions.

Malcolm Fogel  saw action for Indianapolis (6-5, 5-3) in a 21-16 win against St. Joseph’s.

Grand Valley State (11-0, 10-0) finished its regular season undefeated with a 24-21 win against Wayne State.  Jailyn Harden had two solo tackles for the winners.

Franklin (8-2) defeated Hanover 38-21.  Darius Dixon started on the offensive line at right tackle for the Grizzlies, and  John Ward started at linebacker. Starting defensive end  Nathan Adams had two solo tackles (one a sack) and assisted on two others for Franklin.

Malik Limehouse  had one solo tackle and assisted on another for Anderson (1-9, 1-7) in a 33-14 loss to Manchester.

Starting nose guard Justin Brandon  had one solo tackle and assisted on another for Buffalo (2-8, 1-5) in a 35-24 loss to Miami (OH).

DePauw (8-2, 7-2) defeated Wabash (8-2, 7-2) 37-34.  Tim Leath started on the offensive line at left guard for Wabash, and  Demarco Henry assisted on one tackle and returned a kickoff six yards for DePauw.

Both St. Francis (NAIA) and Thomas More (NCAA D-III) had off days and will be in action Saturday in national championship tournaments. St., Francis features Montay McDowell, Sean Boswell, NaShawn Lewis, and Carlin Coleman , while Tre’ Tunstill is the leading tackler for Thomas More.


Purdue defeated Bloomsburg (PA) 26-6 and Northern Illinois 20-13. Wrestling at 165 pounds,  Dylan Lidy won 4-0 against Bloomsburg and 7-4 against Northern Illinois.


St. Francis (1-5) lost 105-97 to Olivet Nazarene and 81-73 to Madonna.  Savannah Davis came off the bench to lead the Cougars with 24 points (11 for 13, 0 for 0, 2 for 5) and 12 rebounds in just 22 minutes against Olivet Nazarene. She also had one assist, one steal, one blocked shot, and one turnover. The freshman started against Madonna and had 11 points (5 for 9, 0 for 0, 1 for 1), four rebounds, two assists, and five turnovers in 22 minutes.

Ancilla (1-2) lost 89-87 to the Davenport JV.  Shelle Daniels led Ancilla in scoring with 23 points (9 for 21, 0 for 1, 5 for 9) and rebounding with 12 and had two assists, one steal, one blocked shot, and three turnovers.  Shae Daniels had 10 points (4 for 12, 1 for 2, 1 for 2), five rebounds, and one turnover.


Vermont opened its season with a 94-70 defeat of Quinnipiac.  Dre Wills had six points (2 for 5, 0 for 0, 2 for 4), four rebounds, two assists, four steals, and two turnovers for the winners.

Trevor Thompson  played 18 minutes for Ohio State (1-0) in a 78-68 defeat of Navy and had 11 points (4 for 4, 0 for 0, 3 for 5), five rebounds, one assist, three blocked shots, one steal, and one turnover.

Illinois State opened its season with a 73-70 loss to Murray State.  Tony Wills had six points (1 for 6, 1 for 4, 3 for 4), four rebounds, one blocked shot, one steal, and three turnovers in 32 minutes for ISU.

Northern Kentucky (1-0) defeated Earlham 96-56.  Brennan Gillis had eight points (4 for 6, 0 for 1, 0 for 0), one rebound, two assists, three blocked shots, and one turnover in 18 minutes for NKU.

Lincoln Trail (0-4) lost 78-76 to Illinois Central.  Mike Beaty had five points (2 for 4, 1 for 1, 0 for 0), two rebounds, and no turnovers in eight minutes for Lincoln Trail.


IU-East (14-20) lost 3-0 to Asbury in the River State Conference quarterfinals.  Madison Yoder had 13 digs and one service ace with two service errors for East.

Purdue (16-11 6-10) lost 3-0 o Michigan State and defeated Iowa 3-1.  Danielle Cuttino had 13 kills with nine errors in 38 attempts (.105), five digs, one solo block, two assists on blocks, and one blocking error against MSU. The junior had 16 kills with seven errors in 41 attempts (.220), three digs, and three assists on blocks against Iowa.