Clark nets team-high 14 points for Xavier

Clark nets team-high 14 points for Xavier

Nia Clark scored a team high 14 points (5 for 12, 4 for 8, 0 for 0) and had one blocked shot, one rebound, and six turnovers in 25 minutes for Xavier (4-5, 1-4) in an 85-59 loss to Seton Hall.

Hutchinson Community College opened its season with a 92-34 defeat of the Bethany College junior varsity. Cherrelle Newsom started for Hutchinson and had five points (2 for 4, 1 for 3, 0 for 0), three rebounds, six assists, two steals, and two turnovers in 28 minutes.

Toledo (8-5) defeated Northern Illinois 67-62 and lost 74-65 to Buffalo. Khera Goss had two points (0 for 3, 0 for 0, 2 for 4), four rebounds, one assist, and one turnover in 26 minutes in the win; and two rebounds, two steals, one turnover, and one missed shot in 11 minutes in the loss.


Taylor (8-8, 3-6) lost 74-63 to Huntington and then defeated Huntington 80-70.  Jeff Clayton played a total of 14 minutes in the two games for Taylor and had two rebounds, one assist, one turnover, and one missed shot.

Miami, Ohio (7-4, 4-2) defeated Ball State, Bowling Green, and Eastern Michigan. Josh Brewer played a total of three minutes in two of the wins and had one rebound and one turnover.


Purdue-Fort Wayne’s Dona Fagnon, competing in the Mastodon Opener, placed first of five in the 60 meter hurdles (8.67) and fourth of 10 in the 200 meter dash (22.99).

Grace’s Maurice Macklin was fifth of 17 in the 600 meters (1:25.25) and a member of the 4 X 800 meter relay team which placed second of six in events at the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational.

Rose-Hulman held its second Friday Night Spikes Series, and the Engineers’ Noah Thomas was first of 12 in the 60 meter dash (7.21) and first of 11 in the 200 meter dash (23.18). Teammate Tyler Speitel was fifth of 16 in the 800 meters (2:08.08), and Franklin’s Matt Lee was 18th in the mile (5:52.90) and 16th in the 800 meters (2:46.78).

Purdue’s Jalil Brewer, competing at IU’s Gladstein Invitational, placed second of seven in the shot put (60-0.25). Indiana’s Dom Day was second of five in the long jump (22-11).