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November 18, 2013

Bethany grad aids Hoosiers' title run

GOSHEN — Sophomore Femi Hollinger-Janzen is part of a championship team as the Indiana University men’s soccer team won the Big Ten tournament title with a 1-0 win over Michigan State.

The Bethany Christian High School graduate tried to score for the Hoosiers on a header after a crossing pass from senior Harrison Peters (Zionsville) but the MSU goalie stopped the attempt.

Indiana (8-11-2) earns the Big Ten’s automatic bid for the NCAA National Tournament. The 48-team field will be announced today.

The Hoosiers are the defending national champion, winning their eight title a year ago by defeating Georgetown 1-0.

It’s IU’s 12th big Ten tourney title and first since 2006.

Hollinger-Janzen has scored five goals this season. He has played in 21 matches (13 starts).

Women’s Basketball

• Sophomore Akyah Taylor (Elkhart Memorial) netted 18 points for the Saint Francis Cougars in an 85-79 victory over Cornerstone University.

Taylor poured in 24 points in a 97-61 win over St. Francis (Illinois). She played last season at Michigan State before transferring to Saint Francis.

• Freshman KiLee Knafel (Wawasee) had two points, five rebounds and two steals and senior Lauren Adams (Northridge) a rebound, an assist and a steal for the IUSB Titans in a 54-51 win over Rose-Hulman at Terre Haute.

• Senior Taylor Goshert (Wawasee) tossed in a season-high 20 points and junior Emma Stahl (Jimtown) had 11 points and six assists as the Indiana Wesleyan Wildcats were 80-45 winner over Purdue Calumet.

Men’s Basketball

• Freshman Franko House (Concord) netted seven points to go with eight rebounds and an assist in 20 minutes of playing time for the Ball State Cardinals in a 73-53 win over Taylor.

• Sophomore Riley Stichter (Wawasee) tallied two points, a rebound and two blocks; sophomore Joe Godfread (Elkhart Central) four points, six rebounds and an assist and senior Shane Cook (Jimtown) an assists as the IUSB Titans dropped a 111-63 decision at Bethel College in Mishawaka.

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