Evans scores twice in win over Boilers

Ben Davis alumni update. Week ending Sept 23.


Chris Evans carried the ball 14 times for 97 yards and two touchdowns (long of 49) for Michigan (4-0) and caught two passes for 28 yards in a 28-10 defeat of Purdue.

Justin Brandon started at defensive tackle and assisted on one tackle for Buffalo (2-2) in a 34-31  win against Florida Atlantic.

Hanover’s Marcus Dunbar had one solo tackle, assisted on two tackles, and blocked a punt that resulted in a safety, the 1-3 Panthers’ first score, in a 64-21 defeat of Anderson (1-3). De’Lonne Thomas assisted on two tackles for Anderson. Ahmad Malone started on the offensive line at left guard for the Ravens; and teammates Will PateJeb Pankow, and Brayton Sargent saw action.

Wide receiver Kyle Castner caught two passes, one for a seven yard gain and one for six yards, for Columbia (2-0) in a 35-14 win against Georgetown.

Ben Goins played for Davenport (0-4) in a 24-14 loss to Northern Michigan.

Darius Dixon started on the offensive line at right tackle for Franklin (2-2, 2-0) in a 59-30 win against Bluffton.

Jaiyln Harden saw action for Grand Valley State (3-1) in a 49-0 defeat of Northwood.

LaShaun Minor had one solo tackle for Indiana (2-1) in a 52-17 defeat of Georgia Southern.

Travon Smith had four solo tackles and assisted on six others for Marian (2-1) in a 40-21 win against Olivet Nazarene.

Asmar Bilal had one solo tackle and assisted on another for Notre Dame (3-1) in a 38-18 win against Michigan State.

Darius Randolph saw action for Ohio Wesleyan (1-2) in 37-21 defeat of Allegheny.

Noah Thomas started at wide receiver for Rose-Hulman (3-1) in a 37-14 win against Defiance and caught three passes for 38 yards with a long of 21.

St. Francis (4-0) defeated St. Xavier 48-23. The 25 yards margin of victory was the defending NAIA national champions closest game of the year. Starting wide receiver Sean Boswell caught six passes for 71 yards for the Cougars, with a long of 21.

Wabash (3-0) defeated Hiram 24-21. Offensive lineman Tim Leath started at right guard for the Little Giants. Teammate Isaiah Campbell had one solo tackle, and Tim Fields assisted on two tackles and had one quarterback hurry for the winners.

O’Shea Heard started at cornerback for Walsh (0-4) in a 57-6 loss to Central Connecticut.

Keilan Guillory played for Western Michigan (2-2) in a 49-14 win against Wagner.


Running for Ball State at the 6K Red Hawk Rumble at Miami of Ohio, Mariza Rodriguez was third for the Cardinals and 17th of 51 overall in 23:47.3; and Meliza Rodriguez was fifth for Ball State and 24th of 51 overall in 24:21.3.


Marian (6-2) defeated Mount Vernon Nazarene 5-0 and DePauw 5-4, and lost 5-4 to Grace. Ian Deiterswon 8-1 at No. 1 doubles against Nazarene; won 7-5, 3-6, 6-4 at No. 2 singles and lost 8-4 at No. 1 doubles against DePauw; and won 8-6 at No. 1 doubles and lost 6-2, 6-2 at No. 2 singles against Grace.


Franklin (10-5) defeated St. Mary-of-the-Woods 3-0 and Wisconsin-Platteville 3-1, and lost 3-2 to Manchester. Sarah Labra played in four sets in the three matches and had eight digs.

Purdue (11-2) defeated Northwestern 3-0 and lost 3-1 to Ohio State. Danielle Cuttino had 39 kills with 12 errors in 80 attempts, four digs, and three assists on blocks in the two matches. Shavonna Cuttino had eight blocks with one error in 12 tries, one dig, one solo block, and three assists on blocks . Shavonna has a team best .431 kill percentage for the season with 30 kills and only five errors in 58 attempts.

Spring Arbor (8-13) lost 3-0 to St. Francis and 3-1 to Goshen. Alyssa Walker played in six of the seven sets and had nine kills with seven errors in 37 attempts, six digs, two assists, one service ace, and one service error.

IU-East (9-13, 3-0) lost 3-0 to Taylor and defeated West Virginia Tech 3-2. Madison Yoder had 38 digs, four assists, and one service ace with four service errors in the eight sets.


Franklin (3-3) won 2-1 against DePauw and 1-0 against Westminster (MO). The Grizzlies’ Taylor McDanieltook nine shots, two on goal in the two wins.

Haley Reeser played 46 minutes for Greenville (5-4) in an 8-0 defeat of Rockford and 34 minutes in a 5-0 win against Maranatha Baptist.


Franklin tied for second with DePauw in the17 team Dan Quale Classic. Robert Turner was second for Franklin and 15th of 101 overall with scores of 72-77-149.