Young scores 32 in win

Alumni sports update

Week ending November 21


 Erynn Young led Lincoln (4-5) with 32 points , 12 rebounds, and three blocked shots in a 72-70 defeat of IU-Northwest.

Kentucky State (2-4) lost 71-64 to Charleston and 57-48 to Georgetown College. Jessie Key had 11 points (5 for 7, 1 for 1, 0 for 0), four rebounds, one assist, three steals, and four turnovers in 34 minutes against Charleston; and 10 points (3 for 6, 1 for 3, 3 for 5) , four rebounds, one assist, two steals, and five turnovers in 26 minutes against Georgetown.

DePauw (4-1)defeated Wisconsin-Oshkosh 60-55 and lost 70-63 to Wisconsin Lutheran. Imani Graham started for the Tigers in both games and had one rebound, one assist, and one missed shot in nine minutes in the win; and two points (0 for 0, 0 for 0, 2 for 4) and two rebounds in the loss.

Lakeland (0-5) lost 57-50 to Wisconsin-Stevens Point and 70-52 to Edgewood. Brianna Jones had two points (1 for 4, 0 for 0, 0 for 2), two rebounds, one blocked shot, four steals, and two turnovers in 25 minutes against Stevens Point; and two points (1 for 5), seven rebounds, one assist, one steal, and three turnovers in 21 minutes against Edgewood.


Reese Taylor had two solo tackles for Indiana (7-4, 4-4) in a 39-14 loss to Michigan.

Marian (10-0) won its first round game in the NCAA D-II national tournament, defeating Reinhardt (GA) 17-7. Sir Zion Dance assisted on one tackle for the Knights, who play The University of the Cumberlands Saturday at 1:05 at Marian in the quarterfinals.

Josh Roberts played for Hanover (9-2) in an NCAA D-III first round 65-14 loss to perennial national power Mount Union.

Broc Thompson saw action for Marshall (7-4, 5-2) in a 24-13 loss to Charlotte.

Esezi Otomewo had one solo tackle and assisted on one for Minnesota (10-1, 7-1) in a 38-22 win against Northwestern. The Golden Gophers play Ohio State on Saturday , with the winner earning the right to represent the western division in the Big Ten title game against Ohio State.

Starting linebacker Asmar Bilal led Notre Dame (9-2) with eight tackles, four of them solo, and broke up one pass in a 40-7 defeat of Boston College.

Dawand Jones saw action for Ohio State (11-0, 8-0) in a 28-17 win against Penn State.

Mike Adams played for St. Francis (7-3) in a 30-26 first round loss to Lindsey Wilson, which eliminated them from the NAIA national tournament.

Jontae Dobson had three solo tackles and assisted on another for Southeast Missouri (9-3) in a 31-24 defeat of Missouri State. His team will open play in the NCAA BCS national tournament Saturday at 1:00 pm against Illinois State.


Purdue defeated North Dakota State 22-12, Indianapolis 45-0, Clarian 34-6, and Northern Illinois 31-8. Dylan Lydy who is now ranked seventh at 174 pounds, won 13-6 against North Dakota, completing five takedowns; 13-5 against the 12th ranked wrestler from Indianapolis; 6-2 against Clarian; and 5-2 against NIU.


Purdue (20-7, 12-6) defeated both Rutgers and Michigan by 3-0 scores.  Shavonna Cuttino played briefly in one set against Rutgers, and had six kills with six errors in 15 attempts, one dig, three assists on blocks, and one blocking error against Michigan.


Jeff Clayton had two points (1 for 2), one rebound, and one turnover in six minutes for Taylor (5-2) in a 91-69 defeat of Concordia.

Creighton (4-1) defeat Cal-Poly 86-70 and North Florida 76-67. Jalen Windham played seven minutes against Cal-Poly and had one steal, one turnover, and no points (0 for 2, 0 for 1, 0 for 0).

Jason Newsom had two points (1 for 4, 0 for 3, 0 for 1), two rebounds, one assist, and one steal in 16 minutes for Lindenwood (3-1) in an 81-73 loss to Bellarmine.