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Henry scores 11 in Final Four


Alumni sports update

Week ending April 6

MENS BASKETBALL

Michigan State (32-7) fell 61-51 to Texas Tech in the NCAA semifinals. Aaron Henry had 11 points (3 for 3, 1 for 1, 4 for 4), three rebounds, and no turnovers in 26 minutes in the loss. The freshman averaged 6.1 points per game on .495 shooting from the field (93 for 188), .385 from behind the three point line (15 for 39), and .682 from the foul line (36 for 52)  in 32 games, 22 as a starter.

BASEBALL

Zion Avery has played in 17 games for Ohio University (8-20) and is batting .143 (5 for 35).

Vincennes (16-15) lost twice to Parkland and split two games with Lindenwood-Belleville. Isaiah Davis had three hits, including one double, and scored one run in 10 at bats in the four games and is batting .246 (16 for 65). Davis pitched 2/3 innings in relief in a 10-0 loss to Lindenwood and gave up four hits and three earned runs. His pitching record in 18 innings of work in 10 games is 0-2 with a 7.50 ERA.

MENS TENNIS

 Marian lost 5-1 to William Woods and won 5-1 against Lindenwood-Belleville. Ian Deiters lost 6-4, 6-4 at NO. 4 singles and 8-5 at No. 1 doubles against William Woods and won 6-1, 6-3 and 8-6 against Lindenwood.

Hanover’s Jalen Simmons won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 6 singles in a 7-0 defeat of Oakland City.

MENS GOLF

Franklin finished fourth of eight schools at the Battle of Balterra. Robert Turner was third for the Grizzlies and 15thof 40 overall with scores of 78-78-156.

WOMENS OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD

 Southern Indiana competed at the Billiken Invitational at St. Louis University. USI’s Ralen Campbell placed 12th of 17 in the long jump (15-10 ½), eighth of 19 in the 200 meter dash (27.12), and seventh of 19 in the 100 (13.21).

Ball State’s Melitza Rodriguez, competing at the Oliver Nikoloff Invitation at  the University of Cincinnati, was 24thof 40 in the 5000 meters (18:51.60).

MENS OUTDOOR TRACK AND FIELD

 Competing at his schools Redbird Invitational, Illinois State’s Jordan Wilkerson was fourth of six in the discus (117-3), second of seven in the javelin (161-6), and sixth of 11 in the 400 meters (51.81).

Rose-Hulman’s Noah Thomas was first of 34 in the 200 meters (22.10), second of 23 in the 100 (11.16) and fourth of 27 in the long jump (21-2 ½) at the DEpAuw Invitational..

Purdue’s Jalil Brewer was fourth of eight in the shot put (59-7 ½) and third of seven in the discus (166-6) at the Jim Click Shootout at the University of Arizona.

Competing for Indianapolis at the Oliver Nikoloff Invitational at the University of Cincinnati, DeAndre Bluitt placed fourth of 13 in the high jump 6-6), and Trace Perez was 22nd of 24 in the 3000 meter steeplechase (10:51.60).

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Henry scores 11 in Final Four