Leath earns all-conference honors

Alumni sports update

Week of Nov. 18


Wabash senior offensive lineman Tim Leath was named to the first team All North Coast Athletic Conference.

Undefeated Trine opened play in the NCAA Division Three National Championships with a 63-24 defeat of Monmouth (IL). Joseph Domogalik had one solo tackle and assisted on four others for Trine.

Undefeated and No. 1 seed St. Francis opened play in the NAIA National Championships with a 26-21 win against No., 15 Benedictine (KS). Starting wide receiver Sean Boswell caught eight passes for 76 yards, with a long of 20.

Franklin lost 35-34 in overtime to undefeated Wartburg (IA). Wartburg had the ball first in the overtime and scored a touchdown and an extra point. Franklin then scored a touchdown and attempted a two point conversion that would have won the game, but it was unsuccessful. Nathan Adams and Darius Dixon played for the Grizzlies.  Wartburg now plays Trine.

Chris Evans started at running back for Michigan (8-3, 5-3) in a 24-10 loss to Wisconsin and rushed 11 times for 25 yards and caught a pass for 19 yards.

Asmar Bilal saw action for Notre Dame (9-2) in a 24-17 defeat of Navy.

Starting wide receiver Kyle Castner caught one pass for 13 yards for Columbia (8-2, 6-2) in a 24-6 defeat of Brown. The Lions concluded their season with their best record in 21 years and a second place finish in the Ivy League.

Buffalo (5-6, 3-4) defeated  Ball State (2-9, 0-7) 40-24. Justin Brandon started at defensive tackle for the winners, and Brennan Gillis saw action for Ball State.


IU-East (21-19) lost 3-0 to Missouri Valley in the first round of the NAIA National Championships. Madison Yoder had 11 digs, three assists, and two service errors for East.

Purdue (21-8, 11-7) defeated Rutgers 3-0 and lost 3-1 to Michigan. Shavonna Cuttino had 11 kills with five errors in 27 attempts, three digs, eight assists on blocks, and three blocking errors in the two matches. Danielle Cuttino had 22 kills with 13 errors in 62 attempts, one dig, two solo blocks, and seven assisted blocks.


Purdue’s Dylan Lydy won five matches and lost one to place fifth at 174 pounds in a field of 28 wrestlers at the Navy Open. The redshirt sophomore defeated opponents from  Princeton (18-7), Hofstra (11-3), Indiana (13-3), Kent State (4-3) and Navy (8-3), and lost 3-1 to an Old Dominion wrestler.

Levi Moss, competing at 141 pounds for Marian, won once and lost twice at the Grand View Open and split four matches at the Lindenwood Open.


Shae Daniels played 22 minutes for Ancilla (5-1) in an 89-50 defeat of Danville and had seven points (2 for 6, 0 for 0, 3 for 8), seven rebounds, one assist, two steals, and two turnovers.

Kaskaskia (2-2) lost 82-71 to Olney Central.  Before fouling out, Jessie Kee had 13 points (5 for 12, 0 for 4, 3 for 4), three rebounds, two assists, four steals, and three turnovers.

Erynn Young has started each game for Lincoln (6-0) and is averaging a team high 19.4 points per game, while shooting 52.4% from the field, 18% from behind the arc, and 40% from the free throw line. The sophomore also averages 5.3 rebounds, 3.5 assists, 3.2 steals, 2.7 blocked shots, and 2.8 turnovers per game and had a team high 24 points in a recent 86-49 defeat of Blackhawk.

Fort Wayne (1-3) lost 74-42 to Belmont and 75-55 to Findlay. Diamond Williams played a total of 16 minutes in the two losses and had two points (1 for 3), six rebounds, one blocked shot, one assist, and one turnover.

Tuskegee (0-3) lost 73-71 to Montevallo and 63-58 to West Georgia. Shelle Daniels played a total of 33 minutes in the two games and had 22 points (7 for 15, 2 for 5, 6 for 12), 10 rebounds, three steals, and four turnovers.


Lincoln Trail (1-4) lost 95-94 to Parkland and 102-71 to John A. Logan. Kyle Finch who played as a reserve in each game and fouled out of both,  totaled 11 points (4 for 9, 0 for 0, 3 for 5), five rebounds, one assist, one steal, and six turnovers in the two losses.

IU-East (6-2) defeated Indiana Wesleyan 80-79 and lost 80-78 to Taylor. Datrion Harper played seven minutes in the win and had five points (2 for 5, 1 for 1, 0 for 0), one steal, and one turnover. He did not play against Taylor.

Juan Carpenter played six minutes for Bethel (7-1) in a 78-53 win against Andrews and had two rebounds and one steal. He did not play in an 84-75 win against Cardinal Stritch or a 76-64 loss to Viterbo.