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Daniels shines for Tuskegee


Alumni sports update

Week ending December 1

WOMENS BASKETBALL

Tuskegee (6-1) defeated Clark Atlanta 81-76, Georgia Southwestern 69-53, and Paine 58-52. Shelle Daniels had 10 points (4 for 9, 0 for 0, 2 for 3), a team high 10 rebounds, one assist, and two turnovers in 30 minutes against Clark; nine points (2 for 3, 0 for 0, 5 for 10), nine rebounds, one assist, one blocked shot, and one steal in 35 minutes  against Southwestern; and 10 points (4 for 9, 0 for 1, 2 for 6), eight rebounds, one assist, three steals, and two turnovers in 26 minutes  against Paine.

Kentucky State (3-5) lost 72-69 to Albany State (GA) and 69-53 to Lane. Jessica Kee had 16 points (7 for 10, 0 for 1, 2 for 4), six rebounds, two assists, two blocked shots, and four turnovers in 35 minutes  against Albany; and 14 points (4 for 12, 0 for , 6 for 8), seven rebounds, four steals, one assist, and one turnover in 31 minutes against Lane.

Olivet (3-3) defeated Manchester 60-50 and lost 81-68 to Albion and 86-48 to Hope. Shae Daniels had five points (2 for 12, 0 for 3, 1 for 2), a team high 11 rebounds, one steal, two blocked shots, and one turnover in 23 minutes against Manchester; six points (1 for 4, 0 for 2, 4 for 4), three rebounds, one assist, one steal, and three turnovers in 21 minutes against Albion; and two points (1 for 3, 0 for 0, 0 for 0), one steal, and two turnovers in nine minutes against Hope.

Imani Graham played 17 minutes for DePauw (4-2) in a 45-42 win against Kenyon and had two rebounds, one turnover, and one missed shot.

Miami , Ohio, (5-1) suffered its first loss of the season, bowing 95-73 to fifth ranked Louisville, and then won 65-56 against Illinois-Chicago (UIC). Nia Clark played 34 minutes against Louisville and had a team high 17 points (7 for 14, 1 for 2, 2 for 2), three rebounds, four steals, and two turnovers. In 26 minutes against UIC, she had six points (2 for 8, 0 for 2, 2 for 2), two rebounds, three assists, two steals, and four turnovers.

MENS BASKETBALL

 Wabash Valley (5-3) defeated Southeastern Illinois 87-59 and lost 98-88 to John A. Logan. Jalen Newsom had six points (2 for 4, 2 for 4, 0 for 0), five rebounds, one assist, one steal, one blocked shot and one turnover in 13 minutes against Southeastern. Statistics are not available  for the John A. Logan loss.

IU-East (8-4, 1-1)defeated Rio Grande 80-56 and lost 100-89 to West Virginia Tech. Kyle Finch had two points (1 for 3, 0 for 1, 0 for 0), three rebounds, one steal, and four turnovers in 14 minutes against Rio Grande; and two rebounds, one turnover, and four missed shots in six minutes against West Virginia Tech.

Bethel (11-1) defeated Goshen 83-61 and Grace 91-88. Juwan Carpenter played a total of 12 minutes in the two wins and had two points (1 for 1, 0 for 0, 0 for 0), five rebounds, one assist, and one turnover.

Michigan State (6-2, 1-0) lost 82-78 to Louisville and won its Big Ten opener against Rutgers 78-67.  Aaron Henry had two points (1 for 5, 0 for 1, 0 for 0), five rebounds, and one turnover in 13 minutes against Louisville; and five points (2 for 2, 0 for 0, 1 for 1), five rebounds, one assist, one blocked shot, two steals, and two turnovers against Rutgers.

WRESTLING

Dylan Lydy, competing at the Cliff Keen tournament in Las Vegas, won his first match 4-3 against Central Michigan, but was defeated by Navy in the next round by a fall.

FOOTBALL

 Buffalo (10-3) lost 30-29 to Northern Illinois in the MAC Championship game. Justin Brandon started at defensive tackle for Buffalo and had one solo tackle and assisted on another. The Bulls will play Troy in the Dollar General Bowl on December 22 at 7:00 p.m. in Mobile, Alabama.

VOLLEYBALL

Playing in the first round of the NCAA National Championships, Purdue (24-9) defeated East Tennessee 3-0; but the Boilers lost 3-0 to Kentucky in the second round. Shavonna Cuttino saw action in one set against Kentucky.

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