TERRE HAUTE —
Indiana State’s women’s soccer team posted the most shots it had attempted since the 2010 season on Sunday, but neither the Sycamores nor the Hornets of Sacramento State could find the back of the net in the final game for both teams during the UNLV Nike Invitational in Las Vegas.
Indiana State (3-3-1) took 26 shots, their most since taking 26 in a 2-1 home victory over UMKC on Sept. 10, 2010. Marisa Windisch led the team with four, while Sydney Lovelace and Sydney Loesing each took three. Erin Mitchell posted her third shutout of the season, making six saves in goal.
Next match for the Sycamores is Wednesday at Indiana University.
In other soccer:
• Centre 2, Rose-Hulman 1 — At Rose-Hulman, freshman goalkeeper Lucinda Combs tied a Rose-Hulman school record with 18 saves but nationally regarded Centre scored in the final minute.
Combs tied the mark of Heidi Brackmann in 1999 and Julie Brennan in 2011.
Centre, which defeated No. 13 ranked Case Western Reserve 3-0 on Saturday, controlled play for much of the match with a 25-2 shots edge. Combs kept the Engineers in striking distance with nine saves in each half.
Centre opened the scoring in the 27th minute on a goal by Alex Combs. Rose-Hulman tied the score with a penalty kick by Katie DeMoss in the 35th minute. The two teams battled for the next 55 minutes until the last minute of regulation, when Mary Taylor Kersey scored the game-winner.
Rose-Hulman, 2-3, plays Wednesday at Webster.
• Rose-Hulman 0, DePauw 0 — At Rose-Hulman, the Engineers battled their 18th-ranked visitors to a scoreless tie.
DePauw had an 11-7 advantage in shots, 8-1 in the first period, and had six first-period corner kicks. Rose had seven corner kicks in the second period and the two overtime periods.
Drew Miller had five saves for the Engineers. Will Senat, who had two shots on goal as did Marco Cattani, had a shot stopped by a diving save in the final minute of the second overtime.
Rose, 1-2-2, plays Wednesday at Illinois Wesleyan. DePauw is 4-0-1.
Northview 2 2 — 4
Greencastle 0 0 — 0
Northview goals — Mitchell Thomas, Mark Underwood, Zach Rodgers, Chandler Reeves.
Next — Northview plays this Saturday at Brown County. Greencastle (4-6) hosts West Vigo on Tuesday.
n Rose finishes 2-2 — At Rose-Hulman, the host Engineers beat Webster but lost to Millikin on Sunday, finishing their Rose-Hulman Invitational with a 2-2 record.
In the 27-29, 26-24, 25-17, 25-11 win over Webster, Casey Levitt had 16 kills and Anna Lewer 24 digs. Kira Boswell had 22 assists and Sarah Jensen had 21 assists and six aces. Erika McGuire had four aces.
Millkin won 28-26, 25-16, 24-26, 25-13 over the Engineers despite a triple-double of 15 digs, 14 assists and 11 kills by Jensen, who was named to the all-tournament team. Boswell added 15 assists and two aces, Kate Dangel 24 digs and Lewer 14 digs, eight kills and four blocks.
DePauw, which includes Wabash Valley players Mary Kate Etling (Terre Haute North) and Brekiesha Weszely (Sullivan) won the tournament with a 4-0 record.
Rose, 6-3, plays Friday at the DePauw Invitational against Kalamazoo and Millkin.
Bedford North Lawrence Tournament
Terre Haute South 22 24
Bedford North Lawrence 25 26
Highlights — The Braves also lost to New Albany during the tournament.
Next — South plays Wednesday at Greencastle.
North Knox Invitational
Tecumseh 25 25
Shakamak 9 7
Highlights — No other Laker results were received.
Next — Shakamak plays Tuesday at Cloverdale.
At Oblong, Ill.
Hutsonville-Palestine 15 16
Robinson 25 25
Highlights — For Robinson, Kari Bopp had 12 assists, 3 kills, 3 digs, 6 points and 2 aces; Madison Bayless 5 digs, 4 assists, 2 kills, 8 points and 4 aces; Kylee Hannahs 8 digs, 5 kills, an assist, 4 points and an ace; Jasmine Brooks 4 digs, 6 points and an ace; Ashton Richey 4 kills, 3 digs and 2 blocks; Sonnie Givens 6 kills and a block; Nicole Kelso a dig and 2 points; Courtney Callaway 2 digs; Kinsey Fear 2 points; Olivia Musch a kill; and Leah Avery a dig.
Robinson 25 25
Oblong 14 9
Highlights — For Robinson, Kari Bopp had 9 assists, 5 kills, 5 digs, 2 blocks, 7 points and 2 aces; Jasmine Brooks 8 digs, 2 assists, a kill, 9 points and 3 aces; Kylee Hannahs 4 digs, 4 kills, 2 assists, 10 points and 2 aces; Madison Bayless 6 assists, 3 digs, 2 kills and 2 points; Nicole Kelso 3 digs, 4 points and an ace; Ashton Richey 3 kills, 2 blocks and a dig; Sonnie Givens 2 kills, a block, a dig and a point; Leah Avery 3 kills and a dig; and Kinsey Fear 2 points.
Martinsville 21 20
Robinson 25 25
Highlights — For Robinson, Nicole Kelso had 7 digs, an assist, 11 points and 3 aces; Madison Bayless 7 digs, 2 kills, 2 assists, 5 points and an ace; Kari Bopp 5 assists, 2 kills, a dig, 5 points and 2 aces; Jasmine Brooks 4 digs, 2 assists, 8 points and an ace; Kylee Hannahs 7 digs, 5 kills, an assist and a point; Ashton Richey 4 kills, 3 blocks and 2 digs; Kinsey Fear a dig, 2 points and an ace; Sonnie Givens a kill and a dig; and Leah Avery a kill.
Record — Robinson is 11-1.
At Shelbyville, Ill.
Casey 27 15 15
New Berlin 25 25 8
Highlights — For Casey, Karlee Maschoff had 25 assists, 4 digs, 2 kills and an ace; Lacy Maulding 14 digs and 8 kills; Caroline Cochonour 10 kills, 3 blocks and an ace; Olivia Oakley 11 digs and an ace; Tiarra Black 5 kills, 2 digs and a block; Tori Hutton 4 digs; Joslyn Keys 2 digs and 2 blocks; and Sarah Kuhn 2 digs.
Casey 25 25
Decatur LSA 7 13
Highlights — For Casey, Karlee Maschoff had 15 assists, 3 digs, a kill and 3 aces; Lacy Maulding 4 digs, 3 kills and 7 aces; Caroline Cochonour 5 kills, 1.5 blocks and an ace; Brigette Belt 4 kills, a block and a dig; Olivia Oakley 5 digs; Joslyn Keys 4 kills; Sarah Kuhn a dig and 2 aces; Autumn Sowers an assist; Victoria Lawrence a dig; and Tori Hutton an ace.
Casey 22 25 15
Shelbyville 25 22 12
Highlights — For Casey, Karlee Maschoff had 24 assists, 4 digs, 3 kills, a block and 6 aces; Lacy Maulding 14 kills, 7 digs and an assist; Caroline Cocnonour 5 kills, 4 digs and 3 blocks; Brigette Belt 5 kills and 3 digs; Olivia Oakley 3 digs, a kill and an ace; Sarah Kuhn 2 digs and a kill; Autumn Sowers a kill and an assist; and Joslyn Keys a kill and a dig.
Casey 25 25
Pana 22 17
Highlights — For Casey, Karlee Maschoff had 18 assists, a dig, a block and an ace; Lacy Maulding 10 kills, 3 digs and a block; Caroline Cochonour 6 kills, 2 blocks and a dig; Joslyn Keys 3 kills and 2.5 blocks; Tori Hutton 5 digs; Olivia Oakley 2 digs; and Autumn Sowers an assist.
Casey 9 25 9
Edwards County 25 23 15
Highlights — For Casey, Karlee Maschoff had 17 assists, 3 kills, 1.5 blocks, a dig and 4 aces; Lacy Maulding 8 kills, 7 digs and a block; Caroline Cochonour 9 kills, 2 blocks and a dig; Olivia Oakley 9 digs; Joslyn Keys 1.5 blocks and a kill; and Tori Hutton and Autumn Sowers a dig apiece. Maschoff and Maulding made the all-tournament team.
Record — Casey is 9-3.
• Sycamores remain fourth — At Bloomington, Indiana State’s women maintained their first-day place and finished fourth Sunday at the IU Fall Kickoff on the Indiana University Golf Course.
“We had five girls in the 70s today,” coach Greg Towne pointed out.
Emily Dixon shot a 74 on Sunday and finished 11th with a 152 score. Amanda Smith tied for 14th at 155, Christina Beyerl was 16th at 158 and McCall Christopher tied for 18th at 160.
Erinn Sutton shot 79 on Sunday and was at 168, with Gina Della Camera at 161, Andrea Frankiewicz at 167 and Maggie Harper at 187.
Indiana took the top two spots in the 10-team tournament. Elizabeth Tong of the Hoosiers was medalist with a 145.
ISU plays in the Chicago State Invitational that begins Sept. 17.
n Hole-in-one highlights Engineer performance — At Madison, Rose-Hulman sophomore Deanne De Keizer recorded the first hole-in-one in Engineer women’s golf history on Saturday during her team’s sixth-place showing at the Hanover Invitational.
De Keizer’s iron shot on the 141-yard 17th hole at Sunrise Golf Course went in the hole on one bounce, helping her to a 12th-place finish with rounds of 85 and 86.
Individual results weren’t available for St. Mary-of-the-Woods, which finished fourth
Team scores — Indiana Tech 331-324-655, Marian 333-335-668, Hanover 331-337-668, St. Mary-of-the-Woods 354-344-698, Transylvania 360-351-711, Rose-Hulman 364-357-721, Mount St. Joseph 364-383-747, Defiance 385-378-763.
Rose-Hulman — Deanne De Keizer 85-86-171, Hayley Vonder Haar 87-91-178, Jaclyn Smith 93-89-182, Emily Barker 99-91-190, Chloe LaVelle 112-112-224.
Next — Rose plays next weekend at Illinois Wesleyan.
• Rose men have great round, finish 15th — At Lexington, Ky., Rose-Hulman’s men placed 15th at the Transylvania Invitational, one of the nation’s largest and most competitive Division III tournaments, with a 308 team score on Sunday that was the best in several seasons.
Sanders Park led the Engineers with rounds of 78 and 74, while Travis Whithaus of Robinson shot 82 and 76.
Rose-Hulman — Sanders Park 78-74-152, Travis Whithaus 82-76-158, Kent Kraus 83-79-162, John Rigitano 86-79-165, Chris Lambert 101-84-185.
Next — Rose competes Sept. 19 at the Little Giant-Engineer Class at Crawfordsville.
• Mr. and Mrs. — At the Country Club of Terre Haute, Jay and Phyllis Shaw and Dick and Donetta Smith were winners of the annual Mr. & Mrs. Tournament played Sunday using a Pinehurst alternate-shot format.
75 — Dick and Donetta Smith
78 — Andy and Jennifer Myers
81 — Earl and Tina Elliott
60.5 — Jay and Phyllis Shaw (first), Lou and Jan Harmening (second)
63.5 — John and Phyllis White
Most pars or better — Dick and Donetta Smith (13)
Closest to pin — L.Harmening (men), P.Shaw (women)
Straightest drive — P.White (women), E.Elliott (men)
• Engineers win twice — At Rose-Hulman, the host Engineers defeated both Oakland City and IU-East in women’s matches Sunday to complete a 3-1 weekend.
Rose-Hulman 9, Oakland City 0
Singles — Marie Stettler (RH) def. Lindsey Malin 6-4, 6-4; Suzana Mohd (RH) def. Hally Menke 6-3, 6-4; Melissa Montgomery (RH) def. Lauryn Schnarr 6-3, 6-4; Paige Cook (RH) def. Whitney Malin 6-3, 6-1; Lauren Miller (RH) def. Lenzie Kerchief 6-2, 6-0; Kylie McCollum (RH) def. Virginia Gerkin 6-0, 6-1.
Doubles — Montgomery-Stettler (RH) def. L.Malin-W.Malin 8-3; Cook-Mohd (RH) def. Menke-Schnarr 8-4; Koharuko Fujita-Lauren Reberger (RH) def. Gerkin-Kerchief 8-1.
Rose-Hulman 6, IU-East 3
Singles — Stettler (RH) def. Paige Froman 6-4, 6-4; Cheltsi Hinners (IUE) def. Montgomery 4-6, 6-4, 12-10; Cook (RH) def. Emily Underwood 6-4, 6-1; Chelsea Helms (IUE) def. Miller 6-4, 7-6 (8-6); McCollum (RH) def. Kristi Henderson 6-4, 6-2; Mohd (RH) won by forfeit.
Doubles — Froman-Hinners (IUE) def. Montgomery-Stettler 9-7; Fujita-Reberger (RH) def. Helms-Henderson 9-7; Cook-Mohd (RH) won by forfeit.
Next — Rose-Hulman (3-1) has a home match Wednesday against Anderson.
Princeton 4, Sullivan 1
Singles — Cody Deffendall (P) def. Luke Willis 6-4, 6-2; Alex Stagle (P) def. Jake Pirtle 6-3, 6-3; William Arnett (S) def. David Ellis 6-1, 6-2.
Doubles — Nathan Keenan-Alec Sandefer (P) def. Austin Bobbitt-Carson Willis 6-4, 6-4; Jacob Hughen-Evan Thomas (P) def. Riley Pirtle-Callen Spatz 6-3, 6-2.
• Prep results — The following high school game was played late Saturday.
South Vermillion 0 15 0 0 — 15
Brown County 6 6 0 0 — 12
BC — Ben Shauger 15 pass from Dillon Boknecht (pass failed), 6:23 1st
SV — Adam Crouch 1 run (Daniel Shew kick), 10:34 2nd
BC — Luke Huls 5 pass from Boknecht (pass failed), 8:33 2nd
SV — Michael Gurney 4 pass from Crouch (Shew pass from Crouch), 0:00 2nd
Highlights — Crouch rushed for 65 yards and passed for 75 for the Wildcats, with Tanner Akers adding 59 yards on 14 carries.
Next — South Vermillion (2-2, 1-1 Western Indiana Conference) hosts West Vigo for homecoming on Friday. Brown County (1-3, 0-2) plays at Indian Creek that night.