Thomas shines at Rose-Hulman

Thomas shines at Rose-Hulman

Weekly alumni sports update

Week ending September 28


Starting wide receiver Noah Thomas had another huge day for Rose-Hulman (2-1) in a 52-35 defeat of Manchester. The junior computer science major, who also stars on the track, caught six passes for 151 yards, including touchdown receptions of 90  and eight yards; rushed six times for 49 yards; returned two kickoffs for a total of 61 yards; and returned two punts seven yards.

Grand Valley (4-0) remained undefeated with a 21-16 win against Michigan Tech. Starting strong safety Jailyn Harden had three solo tackles, assisted on four others, and broke up one pass.

Sir Zion Dance led undefeated Marian (3-0) with eight tackles (two solo-one for a loss, six assists) in a 49-7 defeat of Robert Morris, IL.

Broc Thompson saw action for Marshall (2-2) in a 52-14 loss to Cincinnati.

Esezi Otomewo had one solo tackle and assisted on another for Minnesota (4-0) in a 38-31 road win at Purdue.Elijah Ball saw action for the Boilermakers (1-3).

Starting linebacker Asmar Bilal had three solo tackles and assisted on two others for Notre Dame (3-1) in a 35-20 defeat of Virginia.

Darius Randolph caught one pass for a seven yard gain for undefeated Ohio Wesleyan (4-0) in a 28-10 win against Allegheny.

Undefeated St. Francis (3-0) defeated St. Ambrose 31-13. Mike Adams returned the opening kickoff 36 yards and had another kickoff  return of 14 yards, and assisted on two tackles for the winners.

Kailien Guillory had one solo tackle for Western Kentucky (3-2, 1-0) in a 31-15 defeat of Central Michigan.


Marian (8-1) defeated Grace 5-2 and Bethel 7-0. Ian Deiters won 6-1 at No. 1 doubles and 7-5, 6-4 at No. 5 singles against Grace and 6-2 in doubles and 6-1, 6-3 at No. 2 singles against Bethel.


Purdue (8-3) lost by 3-0 scores to both Wisconsin and Minnesota. Shavonna Cuttino played in three sets against the Badgers and had five kills with two errors in nine attempts, two assisted blocks, and one blocking error. Against the Gophers she played in two sets  and had no kills with one error in five attempts, one dig, one assisted block, and one blocking error.


Franklin finished fourth of ten teams at the Dan Quayle Collegiate Classic at Deer Creek Country Club, Clayton,IN.Robert Turner was third for Franklin and 32nd of 66 overall with scores of 78-78-156.


Centre defeated Franklin (0-8-1) 5-1. Taylor McDaniel scored Franklin’s only goal with her only shot of the match.


 St. Mary-of-the-Woods (8-2) lost 4-2 to Moody Bible Institute and defeated Franklin 3-2. Victor Villagomezplayed in both matches and had one shot on goal against Franklin.