Clark getting valuable minutes

Clark getting valuable minutes

Xavier (4-7, 1-6) lost 83-75 to DePaul and 83-32 to UCONN. Nia Clark had seven points (2 for 10, 2 for 5, 1 for 2), two rebounds, three assists, one steal, and eight turnovers in 25 minutes against DePaul; and seven points (3 for 8, 0 for2, 1 for 2), one rebound, one assist, two steals, and four turnovers in 26  minutes against Connecticut.

Toledo (9-11, 5-11) lost 62-60 to Miami and 69-59 to Eastern Michigan. Khera Goss had five points (2 for 6, 0 for 0, 1 for 3), two rebounds, two steals, and one turnover in 33 minutes against Miami; and six points (2 for 5, 0 for 1, 2 for 4), one rebound, one assist, and two steals in 34 minutes against EMU.

Lakeland (2-5, 1-5) lost 71-65 to Edgewood. Brianna Jones played four minutes in that game for Lakeland, her third appearance this season. She has totaled four rebounds, two turnovers, and nine missed shots in 19 minutes.

Cherrelle Newsom played nine minutes for Hutchinson Community College (6-2, 5-2) in an 84-61 win against Cowley and did not shoot while being charged with two turnovers.


Michigan State (11-9, 5-9) lost 75-65 to Purdue and defeated Indiana 78-71. Aaron Henry had team highs of 15 points (6 for 12, 1 for 3, 2 for 2) against Purdue and 27 points (9 for 17, 1 for 2, 8 for 9) against Indiana. The senior had five rebounds, four assists, one blocked shot, and two turnovers in the loss; and five rebounds, two assists, one blocked shot, one steal, and one turnover in the win.

Jeff Clayton played eight minutes for Taylor (11-13, 5-11) in an 83-78 loss to St. Francis and had one turnover.

Josh Brewer played three minutes for Miami (9-9, 6-7) in an 87-75 loss to Toledo and missed two three point shots while committing one turnover.


Bellarmine defeated Eastern Illinois 5-2 and lost 5-2 to Illinois State.  Ian Deiters lost 6-3 at No. 2 doubles and 6-3, 7-5 at No. 4 singles against EIU; and won 7-5 at No. 2 doubles and lost 6-1, 6-2 at No. 5 singles against Illinois State.


Central Methodist (6-0) defeated second ranked Science and Arts of Oklahoma 5-4 and Indiana-Southeast 10-3 in games played in Louisiana. Isaiah Davis pinch ran for CMU in both games and scored against Indiana-Southeast.


Competing for Indianapolis at the Indianapolis Classic, Aaron Trejo placed sixth of seven in the mile (5:01.11); and teammate Hayden Baldwin was third of nine in the 3000 (9:07.87).

In the Big Ten Open at I.U., Purdue and Indiana were the only men’s teams competing. Purdue’s Jalil Brewer was the only entrant in the shot put (61-9 ¾), Indiana’s Dom Day was second of five in the long jump (23-6 ¾).

Trine’s Zach Brickler placed seventh of 17 in the 3000 in 9:46.48 at the “Trine Home Meet Number two.”

Dona Fagnon, representing the host school at Fort Wayne’s Mastodon Invitational Number two, was first of nine in the 200 meter dash (22.82) and first of six in the 60 meter hurdles (8.51).

Indiana State’s Mike Adams was 12th of 20 in the 60 meter dash (7.12) at Eastern Illinois’ Friday Night Special.

Grace’s Maurice Macklin was eighth of 29 in the 800 meters (1:58.82) and the anchor on the 4 X 800 meter relay team which finished second of seven (7:46.43) at the Crossroads League’s Indoor Championships.

Rose-Hulman won its 11th consecutive Heartland Conference Championship; and Noah Thomas was a major contributor, placing first of 17 in the long jump (21-7 ¼), first of 22 in the 200 (22.84), fourth of 18 in the 60 (7.09), and anchoring both the winning 4 X 400 (3:31.68) and 4 X 200 (2:04.74) relay teams.  Tyler Speitel earned one point for Rose-Hulman with an eight place finish in the 800 (2:04.74) in a field of 19. Franklin’s Matt Lee placed 19th in the 3000 (11:14.16).


Indianapolis’ Mariah Judy placed fourth of four in the mile (5:44.29) at the Indianapolis Classic.