Carson continues hot season

Ben Davis college alumni update

Week of May 20


Indiana Wesleyan, seeded fourth in the opening round of the NAIA National Championships, defeated No. 1 seed St. Francis of Illinois twice and Campbellsville, (Kentucky) once to advance to the NAIA World Series in Clermont, Florida. The Wildcats will open play there against Southern Oregon on May 26.

Wesleyan opened the first round with a 3-0 two hitter pitched by Kaisey Carson, who gave up three walks and struck out seven. A 10-7 defeat of Campbellsville followed; and Carson pitched four innings, yielding five hits, four walks, and four earned runs,  and striking out two. She did not get the decision. The final was a 6-3 defeat of St. Francis, with Carson pitching a seven inning complete game, giving up seven hits, two walks, and three earned runs, and striking out three.  She has a 24-8 record with a 1.86 ERA this season. The senior had four hits (including two doubles), one RBI, one stolen base, and three runs scored in 12 at bats in the three games and is hitting .498 (103 for 207).


After overcoming an illness, Connie Brahm has returned to action for the Indiana University rowers and was a member of the varsity one fours that finished fifth, after being seeded seventh, at the Big Ten Championships. Indiana finished third as a team and has been selected as an at large team to compete in the NCAA National Championships May 26-28 at West Windsor, New Jersey.


Franklin’s Nate Adams was 10th of 15 in the hammer throw at the Great Lakes Qualifying meet at Ohio Wesleyan