Bilal shines for Fighting Irish

Bilal shines for Fighting Irish

Alumni sports update

Week ending FOOTBALL

Asmar Bilal led Notre Dame (2-0) with seven solo tackles (two for losses) and one assist in a 66-14 defeat of New Mexico. No other Irish defender had more than four tackles.

Marian opened its season with a 49-14 win against St. Ambrose. Sir Zion Dance had two solo tackles and assisted on two others for the winning Knights.

Rose-Hulman (1-1) defeated Rhodes 30-0. Noah Thomas rushed five times for 41 yards; received eight passes for 119 yards  and a touchdown (6 yards), with a long gain of 47 yards; returned one kickoff 20 yards; and returned two punts 21 yards.

 Jontae Dobson had three solo tackles and two assists for Southeast Missouri (1-2) in a 50-0 loss to Missouri.

 Western Michigan (2-1) defeated Georgia State, a team which had defeated Tennessee earlier In the season, 57-10. Kailien Guillory had a quarterback hurry for the winning Broncos.

 Willie Ervin played for Garden City Community College (2-2) in a 31-28 loss to Independence Community College.

 Reese Taylor played for Indiana (2-1) in a 51-10 loss to Ohio State.

 Broc Thompson started at wide receiver for Marshall (2-1) in a 33-31 win against Ohio University.

 Darius Randolph played for Ohio Wesleyan  (2-0) in a 42-0 win against Kenyon.
Elijah Ball played for Purdue (1-2) in a 34-13 loss to Texas Christian (TCU). 


 Marian defeated Goshen and Mount Vernon Nazarene by 7-0 scores. Ian Deiters won 6-3, 6-1 at No. 5 singles and 6-4 at No. 1 doubles against Goshen, but did not play against Nazarene.


Purdue (4-1) defeated both Louisville and Lipscomb by 3-1 scores. Shavonna Cuttino had six kills and no errors in 15 attempts, one assist, six assists on blocks, and one blocking error in four sets against the Cardinals; and no kills and one error in five attempts, four blocking assists, and one dig in three sets against Lipscomb.


 Franklin (0-5-1) and still scoreless for the season lost 3-0 to DePauw and 2-0 to Alma. Taylor McDaniel played for the Grizzlies in both matches and had her team’s only shot on goal against DePauw.