Cuttino sisters shine for Boilers

Ben Davis alumni college update. Week ending Sept. 9


Purdue (9-1) defeated No. 9 Creighton 3-1, lost 3-1 to No. 7 Kansas, and defeated Belmont 3-0. Danielle Cuttino had 41 kills with 10 errors in 86 attempts, four digs, and one solo block with six assists on blocks and two blocking errors in the four matches. Shavonna Cuttino played in nine sets in the four matches and had five kills with one error in 12 attempts, one dig, and nine blocking assists with no errors.Franklin (4-3) defeated Wilmington 3-0 and St. Mary of the Woods 3-1 and lost 3-0 to Ohio Wesleyan and 3-2 to Centre.  Sarah Labra played in nine sets in the four matches  and had 10 digs and one assist.

Jayla Campbell has played in three sets in two matches for Rose-Hulman (6-2) and had one kill in three attempts.

Spring Arbor (7-9) won 3-0 against Bethel and lost 3-2 to Grace and 3-0 to Huntington. Alyssa Walkerplayed in 10 sets and had 26 kills with 14 errors in 86 attempts, 15 digs, one service ace with three service errors, and three blocking assists.

IU-East (5-12) defeated Pikeville 3-0, and Capital 3-0, and lost 3-2 to Earlham 3-2 to Bluffton.  Madison Yoder played in each of the 16 sets and had 91 digs, seven service aces with five errors, and 13 assists.


Buffalo (0-2) lost 21-7 to Army. Starting defensive tackle Justin Brandon had three solo tackles and assisted on three others for Buffalo.

Anderson (0-2) fell 61-10 to Centre (KY). Five former Giants saw action for Anderson. Offensive lineman  Ahmad Malone started at left tackle, and De’Lonne Thomas started at linebacker and assisted on one tackle.   William Pate had one solo tackle and assisted on one. Offensive lineman Jeb Pankow and defensive end Bryant Sargent played.

DePauw opened its season with a 41-30 win against Mount St. Joseph. DeMarco Henry rushed three times for 12 yards, caught one pass for nine yards, and broke up one pass for the winners.

Darius Dixon started at right tackle on the offensive line, and Nathan Adams saw action for Franklin (0-2) in a 43-24 loss to Butler.

Jailyn Harden started at safety for Grand Valley (1-1) and had one solo tackle, assisted on two tackles, and broke up a pass.

Chris Hausman and Marcus Dunbar each assisted on one tackle for Hanover (0-2) in a 24-20 loss to Maryville.

LaShaun Minor had one solo tackle, assisted on another, and broke up one pass for Indiana (1-1) in a 34-17 defeat of Virginia.

TraVon Smith assisted on one tackle for Marian (1-1) in a 49-28 defeat of Robert Morris (IL).

Chris Evans carried the ball five times for 15 yards for Michigan (2-0) in a 36-14 win against Cincinnati.

Asmar Bilal saw action for Notre Dame (1-1) in a 20-19 loss to Georgia.

Rose-Hulman (1-1) lost 28-16 to Millikin.  The Engineers’ Noah Thomas returned one kickoff 22 yards and caught 10 passes for 70 yards.

2-0 St. Francis (IN) defeated St. Francis (IL) 68-23. Starting wide receiver Sean Boswell caught five passes for 70 yards, with a long of 27.

Starting cornerback O’Shea Heard had four solo tackles and assisted on two others for Walsh (0-2) in a 28-0 loss to Saginaw Valley.

Trine (2-0) defeated Bluffton 55-14. Joseph Domogalik had two solo tackles and assisted on another for the winners.


Ball State finished sixth of nine teams at the 5K Illinois State Invitational. Maritza Rodriguez was first for the Cardinals and 23rd of 77 overall in 18:36. 0.  Meliza Rodriguez was 10th for Ball State and 60th overall in 19:47.2.


Garrett Bear won 9-8 at No. 2 doubles for Manchester’s only point in an 8-1 loss to Bethel.

Trine defeated Wittenberg 7-2 and lost 8-1 to Earlham. Bryce Hernly, playing No. 2 doubles, won 8-1 against Wittenberg and lost 8-1 to Earlham.

Marian (3-1) defeated Taylor 8-1 and Goshen 5-4. Ian Deiters won 6-3, 6-1 at No. 2 singles and 8-5 at No. 1 doubles against Taylor and lost 6-3, 7-5 in singles and 9-7 in doubles against Goshen.


Franklin (1-3) lost 2-0 to Centre and 1-0 to Illinois Wesleyan. Taylor McDaniel played for Franklin in both matches and had one shot on goal against Illinois Wesleyan.

Greenville (1-2) lost 1-0 to Rose-Hulman and 2-1 to Coe. Haley Reeser played 32 minutes against Rose-Hulman and 36 against Coe.


Franklin’s R.J. Turner, competing at the 14 team Dick Park Invitational,