TERRE HAUTE —
Terre Haute native Mike Roberts is continuing his climb up the college basketball coaching ladder, recently departing Rice for a spot as the associate head coach at North Carolina-Greensboro.
Roberts, who was an assistant coach at Rice for the past four years, previously worked on head coach Ben Braun’s staff at California for two years and at Rice played a role in the Owls building a foundation for the program’s future success.
Rice improved each year during Roberts’ tenure, marked by a 19-16 record and a postseason appearance this past season.
“I really enjoyed the past four years at Rice and the past six years working under Coach Braun,” Roberts said. “Coach Braun has played a major role in my development as a coach and mentor to young men and I consider him to be a dear friend.
“I was able to grow professionally and made many lifelong friends during my time at Rice. I wish the program nothing but the best moving forward and I am excited about the new opportunities ahead at UNCG.”
Braun said, “Mike has been a very valuable addition to our basketball program over the past four years. He will have a great opportunity as the associate head coach at UNCG. I believe Mike has a very bright future in college coaching. Our staff and players have appreciated his dedication and wish him nothing but success.”
Roberts lived in Terre Haute as a youngster but moved to Oregon during junior high. He returned to the Hoosier state to play for the Indiana Hoosiers under Bob Knight before beginning his coaching career.
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n Modesitt honored — The IUPUI men’s tennis team, which claimed a share of its first regular-season Summit League title since 2004, placed three players on the All-Summit League Team — including West Vigo grad Joel Modesitt.
After going 4-1 in Summit League matches, Modesitt brought home all-conference accolades for the first time.
In addition to going 4-1 in singles action between the No. 5 and No. 6 spots, Modesitt also posted a 3-1 record in double action with teammate Nick Volz.
n Another Reed honor — Terre Haute South grad A.J. Reed was honored as the Southeastern Conference baseball “Freshman of the Week” in March after leading UK to five wins as the No. 4 hitter, midweek starter and weekend late-inning reliever.
Reed picked up two wins on the mound, one coming in a midweek start and the second coming in relief of UK’s series-clinching win over No. 2-ranked South Carolina.
In both of his wins on the mound, Reed — who was in the midst of a 12-game hitting streak — delivered the game-winning RBI at the plate.
At the plate, Reed led UK in hitting all week batting .526 (10 for 19) with two doubles, one homer and five RBI. He had a 1.12 ERA on the mound, striking out eight in eight innings.
n Haag to Oakland City — Sullivan soccer standout Christina Haag has signed to continue her career at the collegiate level for Oakland City.
Sullivan High School’s 2010 and 2011 captain, Haag led the Golden Arrows to four consecutive league titles, as well as earning sectional titles in 2009 and 2011.
Individually, Christina ended her high school career with 131 goals, the third highest total in ISHAA history, including a school record 36 her senior season, and was named 1st Team All-State in 2011, Terre Haute Tribune Star Female Soccer Player of the Year in 2009 and 2011, along with All-District and Western Indiana All-Conference honors three years in a row.
“I couldn’t even begin to thank my coach Kurt Hauger enough,” Haag said. “He was always there to support our team and I through any game or obstacle. He was a great coach that taught me many different things about the game that I plan to take with me to the collegiate level.
“I also would like to thank Richard McPhail, Raymond Secrest and Paige Bond for all of their help with coaching an outstanding group of girls.”
Joey Bennett is a former Tribune-Star sports reporter and copy editor who now teaches at Northview High School in Brazil. He can be reached at email@example.com.
Payton Karl, Fr., Oakland City – Has played in 32 games, starting 28, and is hitting .200 with six doubles, one homer and 13 RBI.
D.J. Throneburg, assistant coach, Butler – Serving in second year as pitching coach.
Keegan Remsburg, Fr., Indianapolis – Has not appeared this season.
Pete Stuart, So., DePauw (son of Terre Haute native Grant Stuart) – Has appeared in one game as a pitcher with 0-0 record.
Kyle Burnam, Sr., Indiana State – Has started all 42 games and ranks fourth in hitting at .331 with three doubles, one homer and 31 RBI.
Nolan Schaefer, So., Anderson – Has 1-1 pitching record with 6.43 ERA in four games.
Craig Bell, Fr., Lake Land – Has not appeared this season.
Seth Lunsford, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Does not appear in team statistics.
Zac Niehaus, Fr., Olney Central – Statistics not available.
Caleb Mason, Fr., Olney Central – Statistics not available.
Drew Morecraft, So., Lincoln Trail – Does not appear in team statistics.
Craig Roberts, Jr., Indiana-Southeast – Has played in 39 games, starting 38, and ranks seventh on team in hitting at .291 with two doubles, one homer and 28 RBI..
Johnny Dayton, Jr., Kentucky Wesleyan – Has played in 19 games, starting 14, and is hitting .222 with one double and four RBI.
Pete Dayton, Jr., Robert Morris-Springfield – Statistics not available.
Tim Johnson, Fr., Vincennes – Has a 6-1 pitching record with a 3.06 ERA and 56 strikeouts in 44 innings.
Derek Hannahs, So., Indiana State – Sitting out season after transferring from Ohio State.
Don Daugherty, So., Monmouth – Has not appeared this season.
Taylor Harper, Sr., Northern Kentucky – Has not appeared this season.
Luke Greene, Jr., Northern Kentucky – Has played in six games, starting one, and is hitting .500 with one double and four RBI.
Matt King, So., Siena Heights – Has pitched in nine games with a 3-4 record and a 4.31 ERA.
Drew Kelley, So., Marian – Has not appeared this season.
Zach Kempf, Fr., Marian – Has a 0-2 pitching record and a 13.50 ERA in three appearances.
T.J. Hill, Fr., Olney Central – Has a 5-0 pitching record.
Brian Blaydes, Sr., Oakland City – Has a 3-4 pitching record with a 6.48 ERA in 41.2 innings of work.
Noah Boswell, Jr., Kentucky Wesleyan – Has pitched in 12 games, one as a starter, and has a 0-1 record with a 3.95 ERA in 13.2 innings.
Josh Flory, Jr., Indiana Tech – Has a 0-0 pitching record with a 1.35 ERA in six appearances .
Cam Chestnut, So., Lincoln Trail – Is batting .309 with 12 doubles, three triples, 33 RBI and 31 runs scored.
Brayden Freeman, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Is batting .417 (best on team) with six doubles and 12 RBI.
Dylan Reyher, Fr., Franklin – Statistics unavailable.
Terre Haute North
Max Hutson, ass’t coach, Hesston (Kan.) College – Serving in first year as pitching coach.
Scott Lawson, Rose-Hulman – Serving in third year as pitching coach.
Brandon Dorsett, Sr., Indiana State – Has pitched in 20 games, all in relief, with a 2-0 record and one save. He has a 1.65 ERA.
Joe Meggs, Jr., Washington – Has played in 36 games, starting 35, and ranks eighth on the team in hitting at .282 with one double and 11 RBI.
Nick Pilipovich, Jr., Rose-Hulman – Has played in 29 games, starting 26, and is hitting .233 with two doubles, one triple and 14 RBI.
Michael Eberle, Jr., Indiana State – Sitting out season due to injury after transferring from Lincoln Trail.
Parker Fulkerson, So., Rose-Hulman – Has started all 33 games this season and is hitting .331 with four doubles, one home run and 13 RBI.
Wade Bush, So., Indiana State – Has not appeared this season.
Doug Collett, So., Rose-Hulman – Has played in 12 games this year, starting two, and is hitting .118 with three RBI.
Bryan Nacke, Fr., Vincennes – Has pitched in 19 games with a 2-2 record and a 4.09 ERA. Leads team with eight saves.
Dalton Hathaway, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Does not appear in team statistics.
David Knight, Fr., Marian – Has not appeared this season.
Ryne Ruddock, Fr., Wabash – Has not appeared this season.
John Robert Patterson, Fr., Olney Central – Statistics not available.
Terre Haute South
Koby Kraemer, Jr., Indiana State – Has played in 40 games, starting 39, and is hitting .285 with 10 doubles, two triples, one homer, and 27 RBI.
Josh Dove, So., Lincoln Trail – Has a 3-1 pitching record and a 5.00 ERA..
Jacob Hayes, So., Indiana State – Sitting out season as a redshirt after transferring from Ohio State.
A.J. Reed, Fr., Kentucky – Has played in 40 games for No. 1-ranked Wildcats, starting 39, and ranks fifth on team in hitting at .311 with nine doubles, three homers and 39 RBI. On the mound, has a 4-1 record in 11 appearances with 32 strikeouts and just six walks in 30 innings of work.
Jimmy Maxwell, Fr., Wabash – Has pitched in three games with a 0-0 record and a 6.75 ERA.
Bryan Chestnut, Sr., Southern Indiana – Has played in 24 games, starting 10, and is hitting.204 with one double and three RBI.
Jordan Pearson, Jr., Indiana State – Has played in 26 games, starting three, and is hitting .250 with one double and four RBI.
Jeremy Lucas, Jr., Indiana State – Leads team in hitting at .367 and also has 10 doubles, one triple, eight home runs and 45 RBI.
Tyler Wampler, So., Indiana State – Has played in 41 games, all as a starter, and is hitting .280 with five doubles, one triple, one homer and 24 RBI.
Zach Kent, Fr., Olney Central – Statistics not available.
Cameron Fagg, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Is batting .333 with five doubles, one homer, 10 RBI and 17 runs scored.
Ryan Crowther, Fr., Olney Central – Statistics not available.
Shelby Gott, So., Oakland – Has played in 35 games, starting 30, hitting .176.
Danielle Sichting, Fr., Franklin – Statistics not available.
Sandy Montgomery, head coach, SIU-Edwardsville – In her 24rd season as head coach of the Cougars.
Mark Brayfield, head coach, Illinois College – In second year as head coach at Illinois College.
Mackenzie Connelly, Jr., Indiana State – Has started 40 games and is hitting .190 with two doubles and two RBI.
Kara Repp, Fr., Illinois State – Has played in 18 games, starting 13, hitting .200 with a double, triple and two RBI.
Angie Camp, Sr., Kentucky Wesleyan – Ranks sixth on team in hitting at .211 with seven doubles, one triple, two homers and 12 RBI.
Martika Byrd, So., Lincoln Trail – Batting .278 with two doubles, five runs scored and 10 RBI.
Kayla Downing, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Has a 2-2 pitching record with a 3.02 ERA.
Samantha Butt, So., Olney Central – Is hitting .190 with six RBI.
Ashley Gordon, head coach, Lincoln Trail – In second year as head coach at LTC after one year as an assistant.
Kayla Irwin, Jr., Rose-Hulman – Has played in 27 games, starting 25, and is hitting .209.
Megan Stone, Fr., Indiana State – Leads team in hitting at .351 with two doubles, two homers and 15 RBI. Has struck out only 22 times in 131 at-bats.
Ashli Scott, Fr., Indiana State – Has played in 36 games, starting 34, and is hitting .235 (fifth on team). Has a 5-9 pitching record with a 3.32 ERA.
Lainey Thompson, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Batting .333 with one double, one RBI and four runs.
Ariel Jacobs, Fr., Olney Central – Is hitting .278 with one RBI and two doubles.
Whitney Davis, Jr., SIU-Edwardsville – Ranks seventh on team in hitting at .248 with three doubles and 15 RBI.
Traci Sanders, Sr., Kentucky Wesleyan – Ranks fourth on team in hitting at .269 with 10 doubles and 15 RBI.
Emily Phillips, So., Olney Central – Leads team in hitting at .396 and ranks second in RBI with 22.
Shelby Colson, So., Glenville (W.Va.) State – Has a 1-0 pitching record in eight appearances with a 6.09 ERA..
Kelsey Maus, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Is batting .310 with three doubles, one triple, eight RBI and six runs.
Kirstin Strow, So., St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Has played in six games, starting two, and is hitless in six at-bats.
Ashley Loomis-Organ, St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Serving as pitching coach.
Dani Phillippe, Fr., Kaskaskia – Batting .250 with one double, three RBI and one run scored.
Cierra Rains, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Has a 0-0 pitching record with a 10.50 ERA.
Lindsey Greene, Fr., Illinois State – Has played in 39 games, starting 37, and is hitting .184 with a double, triple and four RBI.
Samantha Tomasino, So., Olney Central – Has pitched in 17 games with an 8-7 record and a 3.08 ERA.
Krystal Welch, So., Olney Central – Hitting .353 with four doubles, one triple, 11 RBI and 23 runs scored.
Brian Shearer, Rose-Hulman – Is in 9th year as head coach.
Alisha Lowery, So., Wabash Valley – Batting .405 with three doubles, one triple, 32 RBI and 27 runs.
Terre Haute North
Megan Ciolli, Northern Illinois – In fourth season as assistant coach.
Kelsey Rosselli, Jr., St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Ranks fourth on team in hitting at .321 with 10 doubles, three triples and 23 RBI.
Danielle Ketner, So., Indiana State – Has played in 20 games, starting four, and is hitting .176 with one homer and four RBI.
Bethany Sullivan, So., Indiana-Southeast – Has played in 24 games, starting 10, and is hitting .333 with two doubles and two RBI. Has a 2-3 pitching record in eight games with a 4.00 ERA.
Terre Haute South
Macy Toon, So., Wabash Valley – Batting .341 with five doubles, one triple, 11 RBI and three runs scored.
Kayla Price, So., Lincoln Trail – Has a 5-9 pitching record with a 3.37 ERA.
Alicyn Woodward, Fr., Olney Central – Is batting .286 with three doubles, two triples, eight RBI and 20 runs scored.
TERRE HAUTE —
Terre Haute native Mike Roberts is continuing his climb up the college basketball coaching ladder, recently departing Rice for a spot as the associate head coach at North Carolina-Greensboro.
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Shooters compete to fight cancer
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Cindy and Mark Wilguess are the inspiration behind the Taghleef Team. Cindy herself fought this battle with cancer and won. Last year she led her team to be the No. 1 fundraisers in the Relay for Life.
TILL IT'S OVER: Terre Haute Triathlon's new race director seeks more events for his hometown
Today is the day for the Thunder in the Valley, and the Terre Haute Triathlon is under new leadership in 2013, the 28th year for the event at Hawthorn Park.
A former Terre Haute North track and cross country standout, Ethan Page is the race director as the race falls under the reign of Page’s new company, Crossroads Events.
TODD GOLDEN: Don't give up on ISU baseball just yet
If you had to pick one word that would describe the 2013 Indiana State baseball season, it would have to be frustration.
TRACKSIDE: Terre Haute's Carmichael enjoying strong spring in modifieds, stocks
It might have been cold and blustery at Charleston Speedway on Saturday night, but for Terre Haute driver Kenny Carmichael the evening couldn’t have been more pleasant.
From Terre Haute to the major leagues: Phegley's play could earn him promotion to Chicago
Josh Phegley's debut in the Major Leagues could be coming to a ballpark near you.
There's an expert at Parker's Archery
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RAMBLIN’ RECK: Pacers having a ‘Garden Party’
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KENNY BAYLESS: Sponsors sought for 'Ladies Only' event at Terre Haute Sporting Clays
Sponsors are being sought at the Ladies Only event at Terre Haute Sporting Clays on Saturday at 10 a.m. Sponsors should be willing to donate $1 or more for every broken bird. Each lady is allowed 25 shots. Flat donations are gladly accepted. Also, organizers are looking for more ladies to participate. Ammo, clay birds, and guns (if needed) will be furnished.
College Report: Lively earned collegiate upgrade with strong play
Hillary Lively signed to play Division II basketball at Maryville (Mo.) during her senior year at North Vermillion, but those plans changed and she would up at nearby Danville Area Community College — where she recently concluded an outstanding two-year career.
Lively was impressive enough to earn a Division I scholarship to Southeast Missouri State of the Ohio Valley Conference, and both her future and past college coaches think she will continue to succeed there.
“She fits what we need,” SEMO coach Ty Margenthaler said. “She has college experience, she is strong and physical and plays well around the basket and moves well.
“Her strength, rebounding and touch around the basket will be a big help. On the defensive end, she’ll be able to guard a true center.”
RAMBLIN' RECK: It’s May … a time for horses and horsepower
It’s the first day of May, a great month for sports.
It begins with the Kentucky Derby on Saturday. My Old Kentucky Home is played before the start of the race on which hundreds of bets will be placed by folks who ordinarily don’t bet on thoroughbred horse racing.
A week later, practice begins for the Indianapolis 500.
Terre Haute runner sets up race to help Boston
Having competed in the Boston Marathon once before in 2003, 35-year-old Majel Wells of Terre Haute thought she should give it another try in 2013.
“My goal was just to finish and enjoy Boston,” she reflected this week. “I had an injury [runner’s knee] beforehand, so I wasn’t too worried about beating my time from 2003 [4 hours, 10.20 seconds].
“But nobody cares about what your time is at Boston anyway.”
From what I’ve heard over the years, she’s right. Unless you’re a super-serious runner, the Boston Marathon has been more about taking in the atmosphere and having fun than placing in the top 50, although Wells was pleased that she beat her previous time by finishing in 3:55.19 on April 15.
Obviously, her race time wasn’t the most vivid memory that Wells took away from her 2013 Boston experience.
Amey Takes Aim: NHL playoffs to put TVs to good use
If Jenny had known, she probably wouldn’t have bought that TV.
But four or five years ago, my Fathers Day present — for those unfamiliar with Amey family traditions, the Fathers Day one is “let’s get something we all really want and pretend it’s a gift for Dad” — was a 42-inch Vizio. It’s been used even more than the cell phone I never would have bought for myself, or the TomTom that disappeared since Jenny’s smartphone arrived.
And it came with high-def.
I’m not going to insult you by telling you how great high-def is, because to do so would be to imply that you are even farther behind the technological curve than I am. I’m guessing, however, that not all of you have yet discovered what it does for hockey.
Foot Notes: ISU track athletes looking to keep improving at Drake Relays
Indiana State’s track schedule has helped its men’s and women’s teams escape the glacial Wabash Valley weather and enjoy warm days in Auburn, Ala., and Knoxville, Tenn.
With the Sycamores’ track facility basically laid to rest for competition and construction on a new one planned near the Wabash River to begin in 2014, major kudos go to everyone involved for continuing to produce athletes that are NCAA contenders who race with some of the world’s best.
Some of ISU’s current athletes are hoping for season-best performances this weekend against strong competition in the Drake Relays.
Former Sycamore NCAA pole-vault champion Kylie Hutson, who competes professionally for Nike and trains in her hometown of Terre Haute, also has been in Des Moines, Iowa, to compete in the Pole Vault in the Mall on Wednesday night.
REDNECK QUAKER: Variety of birds to search for in turkey hunting
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Donnell took great interest in the Turkey World Slam display at Gander Mountain and thought each bird needed some info to help people understand more about them.
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Former South players to play in Saylor benefit game
I had my first phone conversation with Mike Saylor since mid-February on Thursday and he sounded good.
The former Terre Haute South High School boys basketball coach, who’s been battling cancer this year, has been traveling back and forth to the MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston for chemotherapy treatments.
COLLEGE REPORT: Valley prep athletes getting ready for next level
The NCAA “regular” signing period begins Wednesday for all sports except football, field hockey, soccer, track and field, cross country and men’s water polo.
RAMBLIN’ RECK: Pacers closing out a nice season
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Amey Takes Aim: Can’t bottle the joy of Amey vacations
The first bad sign was the Gatorade bottle.
In the Bataan-Death-March drive to Orlando that got the Amey family spring break vacation off to a bad start, seeing it between lanes of I-24 — as we zipped along at a 100-miles-in-five-hours clip — filled with an ominous yellow liquid was a little bit scary. And although we didn't stop to check for sure, I'm fairly certain I knew about its contents.
And the person stuck in the same traffic jam with us, the one with the existential license plate YMIHR4, couldn’t have asked a more pertinent question.
But, after seeing a lot more of Oak Grove, Ky., than we’d planned, and after enduring more traffic slowdowns in Nashville, we were on our way. Even some rain in the dark in the Smokies didn’t slow us down much, so you would think our first-day troubles were over.
You would be wrong.
Redneck Quaker: Mascari gets thrills from turkey hunting
Annie Mascari is a beautiful, vibrant, 26-year-old lady that loves the outdoors.
She comes from a large family of four brothers and a sister and lives the teachings of good family values.
Olivia Rightly let me know that I “should talk to my teacher at St. Pats School, Ms. Mascari, because she’s taken a turkey.”
As I shook Annie’s hand, I could feel the energy she has for life. As proof, the first time she went up in an airplane, she jumped out of it!
She’s also quite the hunter. Mascari picked up a used PSE bow for $30, one for a left-hander because her left eye is dominate for shooting. The Page Arrows are her choice for broadheads.
RAMBLIN’ RECK: Louisville gets two shots at NCAA title
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FROM THE PRESSBOX: Content McKenna has enjoyed seeing ISU's progress
It all happened so fast in June 2010.
One minute, Kevin McKenna was head coach of the Indiana State men’s basketball program. Then — poof! — he was gone.
McKenna resigned from his head coaching position at ISU on June 13, 2010 to take an assistant coach position on Dana Altman’s then-burgeoning University of Oregon staff.
FROM THE PRESSBOX: NCAA got it right with Louisville in Indianapolis
The worst decision and the best decisions made by the NCAA Tournament selection committee shared space on Lucas Oil Stadium’s hardwood Friday night.
The Midwest Regional’s opener pitted Louisville and Oregon, two teams that were on the opposite sides of the NCAA’s coin on Selection Sunday.
Oregon, winner of the Pac-12 Tournament and Pac-12 runner-up in the regular season, was shockingly seeded 12th in the Midwest Region.
ANDY AMEY: Farewell to basketball
I believe you’ve heard me say before — just about a year ago, perhaps — that a boys high school basketball season that ends with the Tribune-Star in Bankers Life Fieldhouse can’t be considered a bad one, which is why we have a little celebrating to do thanks to the Linton Miners.
Lover of irony that I am, I’ve also got to point out that this season was another branch sprouting from the Wabash Valley’s most legendary coaching tree, that of Joe Hart.
Joe never got much credit for his work at Dugger, but he took Brody Boyd, Clark Golish and the Bulldogs to a state championship game in 2000, and since then three of his former players — Joe Pigg, Clint Swan and now Joey Hart, his son — also have coached teams in the final game of the season.
Joe probably wishes he could take credit for Doc Nash, another down-home type who gave a banjo lesson earlier Saturday in leading Borden past a bigger, more athletic Triton team (banjo lesson is a Howard Sharpism, for you younger readers), but his lineage is still the best I can think of around here.
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