TERRE HAUTE —
Steve Jenkins and TaPring Goatee were the 5K winners in the inaugural Rush the Punter event on Saturday at Fairbanks Park.
The event was started by Terre Haute North graduate and New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford.
Men’s 5K — Steve Jenkins 19:19.7, Jayce Farnworth 19:20.3, Michael Menser 20:41.4, Nathan Stelflug 21:05.4, Eric Graves 21:13.3, Jacob Jedlicka 21:21.4, Joe Sanders 21:26.4, Jarrett Myers 21:32.2, Jacob Creasey 22:14.8, Tyler Gambill 22:18.8, Jack Miller 22:27.1, Dusty Tryon 22:38.7, Joe Inman 22:49.1, Sam Redenbarger 22:55.1, Bryan Hammond 23:29.6, Bill Johnson 24:07.4, Greg Higham 24:13.5, Evan Alexander 24:13.8, Matt Renn 24:34.5, Michael Long 24:53.5,
Brad Stelflug 25:04.4, Ian Gadberry 25:15.7, Javier Reyna 25:17.2, Josh Coffey 25:27.9, Bryan Ward 25:28.5, Drew Teepe 25:32.0, Dallas Hale 25:34.2, Dan Swaby 25:34.8, Bretton Tryuon 25:52.5, Petr Rodway 25:55.0, Jonathan Brinsfield 25:55.8, Creed Fritz 25:58.5, J.T. Matthews 26:12.7, Jarret McCalister 26:26.8, Jarrett Scott 26:28.6, Jay Gatrell 26:37.0, Braxton Richardson 26:56.4, Jeff Clutter 27:02.3, Grant Ward 27:08.5, Jimmy Yeng 27:14.7,
Andy Kennedy 27:17.4, Doug Griffie 27:25.0, Elijah Newberry 27:30.9, Steve Dowell 28:02.3, Kyle McCormiclk 28:24.0, David McCarty 28:24.3, Brian Harris 28:40.6, Nicholas Winchell 28:50.1, Harrison Leech 29:34.4, Bob Slack 29:46.4, Tim Moss 29:56.3, Alex Ringwald 30:10.6, Tyler Denton 30:31.8, Zach Miller 30:59.4, Noah Guess 31:16.7, Joseph Sitarski 31:18.1, Eric Wojak 33:03.8, Steve Joseph 33:04.8, Jordan Tucker 33:2.5,
Jon Stateler 33:34.2, Trinity Creasey 35:43.8, Quenton Wisnasky 36:22.5, Rich Woodason 36:33.6, Jim McDonald 36:49.1, Dalton Matthews 37:00.3, Michael Canada 37:22.5, Paul Destafano 37:41.8, Colby Robinson 40:57.0, J.Spencer Kunz 41:08.2, Robert Cheesman 41:29.2, Nicholas Milner 42:34.3, Mark Haney 42:34.3, Shawn Stoll 44:50.0, David Roads 45:30.8, Ken Amos 45:31.0, Bob Karr 46:03.9, Randy Jensen 47:23.5, Pat Sheehan 49:27.9, Mike Buske 49:57.1,
Michael Sweet 49:59.8, Doug Keiser 51:58.4, Liam Lambert 54:31.9, Aaron Hughes 54:39.9, Bob Pendley 55:12.7.
Women’s 5K — TaPring Goatee 20:05.0, Mallory Sanders 20:20.5, Keeliegh Stigall 22:19.5, Brooke Stuteler 22:28.0, Anna Nagy 23:02.3, Kiowa Burris 23:28.7, Hayden Mattick 24:28.8, Sarah Gadberry 24:37.8, Audrey Harrison 24:55.3, Lynn Hughes 25:09.6, Mary Gatrell 25:36.9, Katelunn Duby 26:06.0, Abbi Ward 26:13.7, April Hale 26:20.6, Shelby Joy 26:41.2, Vulayne Joseph 26:58.9, Alexandra Hughes 26:59.8, Mary Graves 27:24.1, Kylie Fendrick 27:35.2,
Boniee Williams 27:35.3, Madeleine Gainey 27:39.0, Jodie Southard 27:41.9, Arin Aldrich 27:43.6, Deb Adams 27:46.4, Michelle Starkey 28:19.9, Jennifer Russell 28:52.3, Mary Mayle 29:21.6, Mara Mayle 29:21.7, Kaylie Meehan 29:31.1, Susan Sharp 30:05.1, Shannon Mauk 30:05.6, Jayme McCullough 30:06.4, Vicki Rich 30:08.1, Melissa Stigall 30:15.1, Vicki Thiede 30:20.1, Jackie Osborn 30:42.6, Mallory Thurston 30:51.2, Libby Lewis 30:58.1, Kathy Lewis 30:58.1,
Kathy Miller 30:59.3, Abby Dorsett 31:14.7, Carol Weatherford 31:14.9, Charlotte Church 31:26.4, Allison Keiser 31:44.1, Julie Stuthers 31:56.4, Kimberly Reed 31:57.3, Nikki Lampe 31:58.2, Stacey Shaffer 32:14.5, Taylor Canada 33:01.8, Rebekah Wojak 33:03.3, Karen Tisinai 33:22.0, Glenna Cheesman 33:28.7, Brandae Stateler 33:33.3, Angela Moss 34:26.6, Karen Rogers 34:56.8, Lauren Sullivan 35:13.1, Molly Price 35:13.6, Whittney Rains 35:14.1, Lena Folse 35:45.0,
Colleen Matthews 35:53.8, Amanda Adamson 35:56.4, Travis Buck 36:19.8, Renee Rogge 36:19.8, Jodie Haynes 37:06.6, Anita Van Buskirk 37:11.7, Erin Waggoner 37:17.2, Melissa Miller 37:17.4, Mykur Ri 37:44.7, Brandi Hanson 38:08.9, Heather Thompson 38:14.8, Bekki Cahill 38:54.4, Michele Kirby 38:54.4, Kristy Gilliam 40:14.3, Sarah Brundige 40:15.2, Hailey Smith 40:29.7, Kate Robinson 40:56.5, Michelle Ritchey 41:02.0, Jani Cundiff 41:10.7, Leslie Kunz 41:11.9,
Andrea McCoy 42:38.1, Ashley Weir 42:38.2, Deana Conner 43:39.5, Kathi Kortz 44:49.2, Makita Lane-McGee 45:00.7, Susan Mardis 45:44.8, Angel Fisher 45:45.1, Cheryl Savant 46:02.3, Denise Harden 46:05.4, Pam Karr 46:07.8, Bobbi Marlowe-Cox 46:15.8, Donna Hofman 46:45.3, Margaret Harden 46:50.5, Addie Simpson 46:57.3, Barbara Kraus 46:57.3, Diane Jensen 47:23.5, Raina Konazeski 47:50.0, Sandy Sell 47:52.8, Melissa Hyneman 47:53.2, Mary Nugent 47:53.2,
Leah Ross 47:54.5, Allison Hunt 47:54.5, Kathy Reynolds 48:46.5, Beth Meeker 48:46.9, Jordan Dillon 48:55.3, Nancy Mallory 49:25.5, Ann Mallory 49:25.7, Christi Fenton 49:27.9, Rachel Sweet 49:58.4, Kira Lowden 49:59.7, Michelle Pine 51:27.8, Brenda Keiser 51:58.8, Meghan Salinas 52:15.0, Mandy Reid 52:15.1, Kelsey Brosey 53:16.0, Haley Ringwald 53:16.4, Maja Alic 53:16.4, Suzanne Olsen 53:33.1, Debbie Shepherd 53:33.2, Jean McCleary 53:33.5,
Christin Casserly 53:46.7, Catha McCarty 53:46.8, Allison Hochstetler 53:55.6, Myia Lambert 53:55.7, Darylann Dillman 54:39.2, Grace Joseph 54:53.1, Linda Krawiec 55:12.0, Debra Jarvis 56:17.1, Kathy Hartle 56:18.6, Megan Dillman 56:46.5.
1-mile grade 4 and up winner — Isaac Redenbarger 5:47.9
1-mile up to grade 3 winner — Jaden Wayt 5:59.9
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In other track and field:
n Engineer men win HCAC — At Franklin, Rose-Hulman men’s team had six winners in winning their fifth straight Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Outdoor Championships on Saturday.
Sutton Coleman claimed titles in three different events for Rose at the meet. The senior won both the 110 (15.37 seconds) and 400-meter hurdles (55.15) and was also a member of the first place 4x400-meter relay team (3:22.41).
Collin Crowson set a new HCAC meet record in the pole vault, clearing 4.88 meters to capture the title. Other Rose men’s winners were Micah Aldrich in the 5,000 meters (15:28.21) and Travis Stallings in long jump (6.88 meters)
The Hanover women’s track team earned their second straight outdoor track and field title. Rose-Hulman finished fourth with 103 points.
Rose-Hulman’s Liz Evans won two events, high jump (1.68 meters) and long jump (5.28 meters), while Creasey Clauser won the 400 in 59.56 seconds. Tanya Colonna (Brecksville, Ohio-H.S.) broke the meet record in the women’s pole vault, clearing 3.40 meters. Rose also won the 4x100 (50.54) and 4x400 (4:13.92) relays.
n Drake Relays — At Des Moines, Iowa, Indiana State senior Jeremiah Vaughan, sophomore Greggmar Swift, and the men’s shuttle hurdle relay team all picked up wins at the 103rd Drake Relays which ended on Saturday.
The ISU women’s shuttle hurdle and sprint medley relays also established new school records on the final day of competition.
Vaughan won the men’s 1,500 meters with a time of 3:50.47. Swift won the 110-meter hurdles. ISU’s men’s shuttle hurdle relay team of Duane Brown, Swift, Robert Webb and Maurice Lyke won the event with a time of 56.42 seconds.
The ISU women’s 4x100 shuttle hurdle relay set a school record twice. Carmelia Stewart, Stacia Weatherford, Kelly Steffen and Sarah Snapp ran to a school record time of 57.40 iin the preliminaries, advanced to the finals at 57.21 seconds, before finishing third overall.
Former ISU athlete Kylie Hutson was also in competition placing fifth in the women’s pole vault special after clearing 13-feet-7 1-4-inches (4.15 meters). Jenn Suhr won the event by clearing 15-feet-3-inches (4.65 meters) to set a Drake Relays record.
n Rose sweeps pair — At North Manchester, Rose-Hulman remained in first place in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings with a 7-6 and 6-3 doubleheader sweep at Manchester on Saturday.
Rose clinched a bid to the HCAC Tournament scheduled for May 10-12. The league's regular season champion will serve as tournament host with games on their home field.
In the opener, Rose-Hulman pounded 12 hits. Both team scored three runs in the third inning, twice in the fifth and once in the sixth. Rose scored once in the fourth to provide the game deciding run.
In the nightcap, Rose scored three runs in the first and single runs in the second, third and fifth frames.
The two teams conclude their series with a single game at 1 p.m. today.
n Sycamores fall 1-0 twice — At Springfield, Mo., Lindsey Beisser allowed just a combined seven hits over two complete games but tMissouri State (22-22, 10-12 MVC) defeated Indiana State (18-31, 5-17 MVC) 1-0 in both games of a Missouri Valley Conference doubleheader.
The final game of the series will take place at 1 p.m. today.
SMWC 000 000 1 — 1 10 1
Marian 002 130 x — 6 12 4
Owens (L) and Jonas; Tamer (W) and Ayres.
Highlights — For SMWC, Wright was 2 for 3; Painter was 2 for 2 and a double; Turner was 1 for 3.
SMWC 000 000 0 — 0 5 0
Marian 000 010 x — 1 6 1
Goelz (L) and Jonas; Gwltney (W) and Rogers.
Highlights — For SMWC, Barnett was 2 for 5; Goelz was 3 for 4; Wright and Minning had a double.
SMWC 049 00 — 13 12 1
Principia 002 00 — 2 6 2
Faker (W) and Jonas; Harrison (L) and Whitney.
Highlights — For SMWC, Wright was 3 for 4 with 3 runs scored, 2 doubles and 4 RBI; Painter was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored, a double; Jonas was 2 for 3 with 2 runs scored, 2 RBI; Minning and Faker had 2 RBI.
SMWC 042 04 — 10 12 0
Principia 000 01 — 1 4 2
Stenger (W) and Jonas, Turner; Lee (L) and Whitney.
Highlights — For SMWC, Barnett was 3 for 4 with 2 runs scored; Rosselli was 3 for 4 with a double, 2 RBI; Turner was 1 for 4 with a triple, 2 RBI; Jonas was 2 for 3 with a triple, 2 runs scored, RBI; Minning was 1 for 3 with a double, RBI; Painter was 1 for 3 with a double.
Next — SMWC (26-20) hosted Taylor on Saturday.
n Pair hold lead — At Brazil, Dusty Jovanovich and Denny Byram hold the lead in the Forest Park Two-Man Scramble after one round.
Jovanovich and Byram carded 57 to lead Troy Farris and Mark McCollum with 59 by two shots going into the final round today.
8 a.m. — Mike Thomas-Kevin Carpenter 77, J Gaskill-F Swearingen 77
8:10 — Anthony Mason-Chris Pope 76, Thomas-Hocutt 75
8:20 — Mike Keltz-Bill Keltz 75, Buzz Paige-Sonny Smith 74
8:30 — Payne-Collins 74, Cesinger-Raines 74
8:40 — Kyle Crawford-Matt Wright 73, Jeff Symon-Frankie Hoffman Jr. 72
8:50 — Eric France-Alan Fletcher 72, Randy Zimmerman-Glen Logan 71
9:00 — Benny Kiburis-Jerry Snodgrass 71, Len Fisher-Tyler Fisher 71
9:10 — Keith Hathhorfn-David Moore 71, Bill Lovett-Jerry Peebles 71
9:20 — Greg Gormong-Jim Gormong 71, Mark Orr-Shawn Hughes 71
9:30 — Alan Goff-Clint Weddle 71, David Kirchner-Corey Blunk 70
9:40 — Swaim-Bridgewater 70, Adamson-Anderson 70
9:50 — Bill McFadden-Kyle McFadden 70, R. Simson-J Brush 70
10:00 — Ryan Swearingen-Nate Stoelting 70, Brad Tribble-Albert Waters 69
10:10 — Borodoff-Reynolds 69, Russ Campbell-Darrel Shouse 68
10:20 — Justin Collins-Brock Dyer 68, H. Roscoe-R. Roscoe 68
10:30 — Tony Trout-Mitch Lancaster 68, Langdon-Devon 68
10:40 — Alan Buell-Rick Ford 67, Kyle Stevenson-Kyle Coletti 67
10:50 — Nathan Rode-Randy Reinhol 67, Josh Trout-Craig Trout 67
11:00 — A Thiemann-A Thiemann 67, Gregg Kluzner-Charlie Kluzner 66
11:10 — Dan Morlan-Bob Symon 66, G Reininger-R Kruse 66
11:20 — Glassburn-Yount 66, Randy Bland-Ryan Bland 66
11:30 — Long-Staton 66, Luke Steinborn-Drew Dorsett 66
11:40 — Sean Levy-Jeff Yocum 65, Bird-Sagar 65
11:50 — Geoff Shuck-Mike Toney 65, Mike Ball-Stacey Vitanemi 65
12:00 p.m. — Marvin Keith-Eric Miller 64, Jones-McCrea 64
12:10 — Doug McDonald-Chris DeHart 63, Nate Baugh-Paul Jungers 63
12:20 — E Maesch-M Lacy 63, Keen-Neidersier 62
12:30 — Bubba Atkinson-Blade Horrall 62, Larry Fossi-Larry Griffin 62
12:40 — Matt Williams-Ryan Turner 61, Gary Stuck-Tim Mundy 60
12:50 — Troy Farris-Mark McCollum 59, Dusty Jovanovich-Denny Byrum 57
n Rose men sixth — At Seymour, the Rose-Hulman men's team is tied for sixth place after day one of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships.
Rose-Hulman fired the team's second best score this season of 321 at the Shadowood Golf Course.
Jeremiah Cole led the effort with a round of 78, followed by Aaron Kiraly and John Rigitano (80), Eric Kamer (83) and Tucker Cox (93).
The four-day HCAC Tournament continues today, with the final two rounds at Honeywell Golf Course in Wabash on May 5-6.
n Four for Wilson — At Hulman Links, Rick Wilson recorded his fourth career hole-in-one on the 130-yard No. 8 hole using a 7-iron last Saturday. All four aces have come on four different par-3 holes at Hulman Links.
Witnesses were Jerry Clayton, Steve Pfotenhauer, and Jeff “Jeter” Fields.
n Leadership Wabash Valley — At Idle Creek, the following are results of the Leadership Wabash Valley outing on Friday:
57 — Terry Hogan, Tom Foster, Steve Osborn, Troy Charters
58 — Steve Lively, James Stewart, Mike Wertz, Tom Jeffers
Closest to pin — Greg Kane (3)
Longest drive — Keaton Sumner (15)
n Schuerenberg prevails — At Gas City, Hunter Schuerenberg won the feature event in U. S. Auto Club sprint car racing Friday at I-69 Speedway.
Schuerenberg led all the way to win the 30-lap main event followed by Shane Cottle and Jon Stanbrough, who assumed first place in the sprint point totals.
Racing scheduled for Saturday at Lincoln Park Speedway was wiped out by heavy rains.
Fast qualifier — Scotty Weir
Heat winners — Tracy Hines, Levi Jones, Kyle Larson, Bryan Clauson, Kody Swanson (semi)
Feature — Hunter Schuerenberg, Shane Cottle, Jon Stanbrough, Billy Puterbaugh Jr., Clauson, Weir, Dave Darland, Casey Shuman, Brent Beauchamp, Chris Windom, Kevin Thomas Jr., Hines, Jon Sciscoe, Larson, 19. Chase Stockon
n Short posts win — At Bloomington, Brady Short was a double winner in Friday's racing at Bloomington Speedway.
Short won his heat and feature for sprint cars.
Other feature winneres were Bradley Sterrett, Roy Bruce Jr. and Greg Garrison.
Heat winners — Brady Short, Bobby Stines, Chris Babcock, Jordan Kinser (B-main)
Feature — Short, Ethan Barrow, Babcock, Dakota Jackson, Nick Bilbee, Danny Holtsclaw, Bub Cummings, Logan Hupp, Ty Deckard, Stines, Brandon Mattox, Eric Edwards, Tommy Shields, Nick Johnson, Kevin Chambers
Heat winners — Bradley Sterrett, Derek Groomer, Clint DeMoss, Jake Humphrey (B-main)
Feature — Sterrett, Richie Lex, Wes Leigh, John DeMoss, Greg Amick, Rob Fuqua, Groomer, Bennie Smith Jr., Jim Moore, Lindsay Wade
UMP super stocks
Heat winners — David Bumgardner, Will McRoberts, Roy Bruce Jr., A. J. Clark (B-main)
Feature — Bruce, Troy Clark, Bumgardner, McRoberts, Kevin Arthur, Kenny Carmichael Jr., Steve Hollars, Brad Cummings, Travis Todd, Kenny Carmichael
Heat winners — Bryson Clark, Greg Garrison, Cole Miles, Jeff Howe (B-main)
Feature — Garrison, Justin Patterson, Kansas Cox, Miles, Joe Johnson, Joshua Wright, Clark, Matt Hamilton, Chris Raines, Mike Miller
TERRE HAUTE —
Steve Jenkins and TaPring Goatee were the 5K winners in the inaugural Rush the Punter event on Saturday at Fairbanks Park.
Sycamores bow out of MVC Tournament
Indiana State’s baseball was out of pitching, and after a loss to Wichita State on Thursday, the Sycamores were out of second-chances too at the Missouri Valley Conference baseball tournament. What the Sycamores weren’t out of was heart, guts and clutch performances from some unlikely sources. But in the end, Friday’s elimination game rematch against the Shockers was a sampling of ISU’s season overall — the Sycamores were out of luck.
Metro Sports: Chalk up No. 5 for Liz Evans
Senior Liz Evans capped the top career in Rose-Hulman athletics history with her fifth national championship and eighth All-American award at Wisconsin-La Crosse on Friday.
Four Indiana State athletes advance to NCAA outdoor track and field championships
Three Indiana State seniors and a freshman have punched their tickets to the NCAA outdoor track and field championships in two weeks at Eugene, Ore., with their Friday efforts in the 2013 NCAA East Preliminary at Aggie Stadium on the campus of North Carolina A&T.
Wichita State shuts out ISU to force elimination-game rematch
Indiana State starting pitcher Greg Kuhlman did his best.
Actually, he did far better than he ever has previously in an ISU uniform, but while Kuhlman’s gutty pitching effort spoke volumes, ISU’s bats remained ominously silent.
Indiana State baseball now one win from MVC Championship
Indiana State’s Wednesday morning wish list probably read something like this: a dominant complete game effort from starting pitcher Devin Moore, near-immaculate defense to support him, and a steady diet of clutch situational hitting from lineup spots one to nine.
Terre Haute's Mascari running 10,000 meters for chance to get to Hayward Field
Indiana State freshman and Terre Haute North graduate John Mascari is among the enormous group of Sycamores competing this weekend at the NCAA East Preliminary. The top 48 NCAA track and field competitors in each event on this half of the United States are narrowed down to 12 who will compete at the NCAA meet at Hayward Field in Eugene, Ore.
Manaea's shoulder causing him latest pain
Indiana State pitcher Sean Manaea has battled through so many aches and pains during the 2013 season that it can be hard to discern the serious pain from the pain he pitches through.
ISU's Negele answers call in big way in wake of Manaea injury
When Indiana State starting pitcher Sean Manaea slumped on the mound in obvious pain after he took his warm-up pitches, red flags raised for ISU’s Missouri Valley Conference tournament hopes.
ISU baseball hoping Manaea can get its MVC Tournament moving in right direction
Indiana State’s baseball team has been waiting all season for its stars to align.
But this is the 2013 Sycamores, after all, and after a season in which seemingly little has gone right, it appears its stars will remain crossed at the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament.
ISU track sending record 22 to postseason
On the heels of their thrilling double victory at the 2013 Missouri Valley Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships both the Indiana State men and women moved up in the national rankings which were released Tuesday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
ISU's athletic treasure trove
Think of every championship that Indiana State has won in each of its sports, past and present. Think of every tournament — postseason or regular season — which the Sycamores have claimed as their own.
Ort sets ISU RBI record in 16-7 win
Robby Ort celebrated his Indiana State baseball Senior Day on Saturday by becoming the Sycamores’ all-time leader in RBIs as ISU ended its regular season with a 16-7 win over Bradley at Bob Warn Field.
Bradley ends 16-game MVC losing streak against ISU
Momentum was the only thing riding on Indiana State’s baseball game against Bradley on Friday. With a five-game winning streak going, ISU wanted to keep the good vibes going into next week’s Missouri Valley Conference Tournament.
ISU couldn’t do it.
Behind 16 hits and Manaea's pitching, ISU beats Bradley
Indiana State’s baseball team rode a wild ride of emotion on Thursday.
First came the public announcement that Bob Warn Field would host the 2014 Missouri Valley Conference Tournament. Later, Sean Manaea’s availability to pitch ISU’s series opener against Bradley was in doubt.
Indiana State women add five transfers, including experienced D-I point guard
Indiana State coach Teri Moren believes the addition of five more newcomers to the program — in addition to the five who had already joined the program earlier this calendar year — will provide her coaching staff the athleticism and depth it needs to play a successful, up-tempo brand of basketball next season.
Metro roundup: Woods softball takes seventh in national tournament
The St. Mary-of-the-Woods softball team finished seventh in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association softball tournament on Tuesday at Firestone Stadium.
Metro Roundup: Indiana State’s Shakir Bell on Performance Awards watch list
College Football Performance Awards has announced its watch list for the 2013 CFPA FCS Running Back Award, and Indiana State’s Shakir Bell earned a spot on the list.
ISU baseball team builds on success with 14-2 rout
Indiana State’s baseball victory over Alcorn State on Friday would take on more meaning Saturday if the Sycamores could build momentum and pick up on the good work they did in Friday’s ninth-inning rally.
The Sycamores were aggressive from the opening inning at the plate and starting pitcher Devin Moore gave them eight valuable and effective innings on the mound as ISU defeated Alcorn State 14-2 at Bob Warn Field.
“It was a really good experience for everybody. It felt great to finally come out here and put some things together. It’s also really nice when your offense puts a lot of runs on the board,” Moore said.
Moore’s eight innings of work were as valuable as gold to an ISU team that is short on quality arms due to injury and ineffectiveness. He didn’t allow a hit until the fourth inning and one of the two runs he conceded was unearned.
Johnson, Lyke win MVC titles for ISU
Indiana State’s Felisha Johnson and Maurice Lyke were both crowned Missouri Valley Conference champions on Saturday during the MVC Track and Field Championships at Drake University.
ISU earns badly-needed win
Alcorn State’s baseball team might be ranked in the bottom 10 in RPI and Indiana State might have never lost to a Southwestern Athletic Conference team. So it wouldn’t appear that a quality win was in the offing when Alcorn State visited Bob Warn Field on Friday.
Metro roundup: RHIT’s Evans sets Div. III record in high jump
For the third time this season, Rose-Hulman senior Liz Evans topped the NCAA Division III all-time national record in the outdoor high jump Friday night.
ISU’s Mascari and Hope win MVC track & field titles
Indiana State produced two champions during the opening day of action in the Missouri Valley Conference track and field championships Friday at Drake. Freshman John Mascari, a Terre Haute native, won the men’s 10,000-meter race and Nicole Hope won the women’s pole vault for the second time in three seasons.
ISU pole vault tradition continues with help from its author
Pole vault is track and field for the adrenaline junkie, Indiana State senior Nicole Hope proclaimed during a recent practice at Marks Field.
To catapult oneself about 14 feet into the air with a large $500 fiberglass pole on a daily basis is a risky endeavor.
“We have to be fearless. You can’t be afraid at all,” said Hope, who has also catapulted herself into the NCAA’s elite in the event, ranking 15th in the NCAA with her leap of 13-feet, 9 1/4.
Sycamores searching for answers after seventh loss in eight games
These are the bad times for the Indiana State baseball team.
The will is there for the Sycamores to pull out of their worst slump of the season, but the results are not. The suffering continued on Wednesday at Bob Warn Field as Eastern Illinois defeated ISU 5-3.
METRO ROUNDUP: ISU men's track picked first in MVC Championships, women second
The Indiana State men’s track team has won the last two Missouri Valley Conference outdoor championships, but the women have not stood on the top podium since 1999.
That may change this year, but the Sycamores will face some stiff competition in their quest for the championships.
North grad Welker helps Whitson earn first NCAA bid as coach
Eastern Kentucky girls golf coach Mike Whitson, an alumnus of his employer, enjoyed his stay in Terre Haute as coach of Indiana State, where he started the women’s golf program.
METRO ROUNDUP: Rose-Hulman wins HCAC all-sports trophy
Rose-Hulman has won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference men’s all-sports trophy for the fifth time in the past six year, the league announced Monday.
Rose tallied 66.5 points for its finishes in 11 men’s sports, just ahead of Franklin with 66. Hanover was third with 53 points.
METRO ROUNDUP: Rose-Hulman tennis falls in HCAC semifinal
Rose-Hulman’s hot streak in men’s tennis came to an end Saturday in the semifinal round of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament at the West Indy Racquet Club.
Manaea fights off bad hip, wet weather to toss four innings
Mother Nature has been the bane of the Indiana State baseball team’s existence all season. Eight games wiped due to weather are a testament to that. So it was no surprise, though no less disappointing, when she didn’t deal Indiana State pitcher Sean Manaea the greatest hand on Saturday as he tries to recover from a hip injury.
ISU track enjoys big night at IU's Billy Hayes Invitational
The Indiana State Sycamores either won or finished as the top collegian in 12 events, led by the record-breaking performance of senior Brandon Pounds at the 2013 Billy Hayes Invitational Friday at Indiana University.
Pounds broke his own school record to win the men’s hammer throw.
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