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Herd helps Walsh earn first win


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Alumni college update

Week ending Oct. 7

FOOTBALL

Starting cornerback O’Shea Heard led Walsh with six solo tackles and assists on two others to help the Cavaliers (1-5) gain their first win of the season, a 56-29 defeat of Kentucky Wesleyan.

Wabash (5-0) remained undefeated with a 28-7 win against Denison. Tim Leath started on the offensive line at right guard for the Little Giants. Teammates Isaiah Campbell (one solo tackle) and Dallas Pitts (one assisted tackle) also contributed to the win.

Joe Domogalik had one solo tackle and assisted on another for undefeated Trine (5-0) in a 56-21 win against Albion.

Starting wingback Sean Boswell caught seven passes for 89 yards  and returned one punt eight yards for St. Francis (6-0) in a 35-18 defeat of Concordia (MI), one of four top 25 NAIA teams the Cougars have defeated.

Rose-Hulman (5-1, 4-0) defeated Mount St. Joseph 35-10. Starting wide receiver Noah Thomas caught three passes for 11 yards and carried the ball four times for 36 yards, including a 12 yard touchdown run.

Darius Randolph played for Ohio Wesleyan (2-3) in a 23-21 defeat of Kenyon.

Asmar Bilal had one solo tackle and assisted on another for Notre Dame (5-1) in a 33-10 win against North Carolina.

Chris Evans carried the ball 12 times for 27 yards and caught one pass for 14 yards for Michigan (4-1) in a 14-10 loss to Michigan State.

Trevon Smith had two solo tackles and assisted on one for Marian (3-2) in a 61-24 win against St. Ambrose.

LeShaun Minor had one solo tackle and assisted on another for Indiana (3-2) in a 27-0 defeat of Georgia Southern.

Starting strong safety Jailyn Harden had two solo tackles for Grand Valley (5-1) in a 45-27 win against Wayne State.

Darius Dixon started on the offensive line at right tackle for Franklin (4-2, 4-0) in a 55-26 defeat of Earlham.

Demarco Henry carried the ball twice for five yards and caught one pass for no gain for DePauw (5-0, 4-0) in a 26-10 win against Oberlin.

Ben Goins assisted on two tackles for Davenport (0-6) in a 33-0 loss to Saginaw Valley.

Starting wide receiver Kyle Castner caught four passes for 65 yards for undefeated Columbia (4-0) in a 41-17 win against Marist.

Norman Oglesby played for Cincinnati (2-4, 0-2) in a 51-23 loss to Central Florida.

Buffalo (3-3) lost 71-68 to Western Michigan in seven overtimes. The score was 31-31 at the end of regulation. The Bulls kicked a field goal to start the seventh overtime, but the Broncos countered with a touchdown. Justin Brandon started at defensive tackle for Buffalo and had four solo tackles and assisted on three.

Anderson (1-5, 1-3) lost 56-14 to Bluffton.  De’Lonne Thomas caught a pass for a one yard gain and had one solo tackle for the Ravens. Teammate Ahmad Malonecontributed with two solo tackles.

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY

Competing at the 8K Lewis Conference Crossover, Marian’s Trace Perez placed 315th of 361 runners in 29:26.8.

MEN’S TENNIS

Competing at the Crossroads League Tournament, Marian defeated Grace 5-3 and Taylor 5-1 before losing 5-0 to Indiana Wesleyan in the championship match.  Ian Deiters lost 4-6, 7-6, 6-2 at No. 2 singles and 9-8 at No. 1 doubles against Grace. The sophomore won 6-4, 6-3 and 8-3 against Taylor and lost 8-3 to Indiana Wesleyan; that match was stopped before his singles match was completed.

VOLLEYBALL

Madison Yoder had 51 digs, six assists, two service aces, and one kill with one error in eight attempts for IU-East (11-16, 5-3) in losses to Brescia (3-0) and IU-Southeast (3-1).

Alyssa Walker had six kills with two errors in 18 attempts, two digs, one assist, and one block in five sets for Spring Arbor (8-17, 2-10) in 3-0 losses to Huntington and Taylor.

Purdue (15-2, 5-1) defeated both Illinois and Northwestern by 3-0 scores. Danielle Cuttino had 25 kills with 10 errors in 61 attempts, four digs, and eight blocks in the two wins. Shavonna Cuttno had 10 kills with two errors in 16 tries and eight blocks.

Franklin (10-9) lost 3-1 to Spalding , and 3-0 to DePauw and Earlham.  Sarah Labra had 12 digs and one block in eight sets.

MEN’S GOLF

Franklin placed fourth of eight teams at the Stateline Shootout in Harrison, Ohio, hosted by Mount St. Joseph. Robert Turner was fourth for the Grizzlies and 38th of 57 overall with scores of 85-81-166.

WOMEN’S SOCCER

Franklin (8-3, 4-0) defeated Hanover 1-0 and Bluffton 7-0. Taylor McDaniel assisted on two of the goals and took two shots against Bluffton and had one shot on goal against Hanover.

Greenville (9-4) won 2-1 against Westminster (MO) and 2-0 against Principia.  Haley Reeser played 53 minutes for the winners against Westminster and 80 minutes against Principia.

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