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April 30, 2012

COLLEGE CONNECTIONS: Wynn, Keyser excel for Boilers

GOSHEN — Purdue freshman Tyler Wynn (Goshen) and sophomore Mitch Keyser (Northridge) competed in the prestigious Penn Relays last week in Philadelphia.

Wynn and Keyser teamed with sophomores Dan Porter and Kevin Griffith to place 19th in the 4 x 800-meter relay (7:44.96).

The Penn Relays have been held annually at Franklin Field on the University of Pennsylvania campus since April 21, 1895.

Men’s Track

Indiana Wesleyan junior Andrew Albert (Northridge) placed second in the 3,000-meter steeplechase (9:37.19) and third in the 5,000 meters (15:40.19) as the Wildcats won the Mid-Central Conference championship with 225 points. It’s the third straight title and the fifth in the last six years for the program.

Senior Micah Shaw (NorthWood) finished seventh in the 110 high hurdles (16.12) and senior Eric Brown (Wawasee) ninth in the 800 (1:58.40) for the Wildcats.

For the Bethel men, senior Robby Burns (NorthWood) was second in the 400 hurdles (55.82), second in the 110 high hurdles (15.03) and fourth in the 400 (51.22) and freshman Jake Walter (Fairfield) fourth in shot put (49-0 1/4).

Women’s Track

In the women’s Mid-Central Conference meet, Bethel senior Kaila Stevens won the 400 meters (58.02) and placed fourth in the 200 (26.30). Stevens teamed with senior Sam Etter, freshmen Arielle Byl and Betty Graber to finish second in the 4 x 100 relay (49.10). Freshman Cinnamon Green (Jimtown) was the runner-up in shot put (40-10 1/2).

Indiana Wesleyan freshman Allissa Peterson (West Noble) was second in the 5,000 (18:28.77), freshman Taylor Hite (West Noble) fourth in the 10,000 (40:12.63) and freshman Allison Musselman (West Noble) fifth in the 10,000 (40:22.12).

Huntington freshman Erin Rockey (Westview) finished 11th in the 1,500 (5:04.77).

Women’s Tennis

Indianapolis freshman Brooke Boyts (Fairfield) improved her singles record to 5-0 this season with a 6-0, 6-3 win over Alyssa Hoover of Southern Indiana as the Greyhounds posted a 7-2 team victory. Boyts paired with senior Meghan Teunis for an 8-4 win at No. 3 doubles.

Softball

Freshman pitching sensation Natalie Newell (Goshen) was a hitting star for the Bethel Pilots in a Mid-Central Conference doubleheader sweep of Grace. Newell slugged a grand slam home run in a 9-0 win and had a run-scoring single in the 14-3 victory in the nightcap. The wins clinched the MCC regular season title with an 18-0 record.

Newell stole the show on Bethel’s Senior Day by tossing a no-hitter and belting homers in both games in a twin bill sweep of Taylor. Newell’s no-hitter was in the 9-0 win in the opener.

She fanned 11 and walked one.

She had a two-run shot and freshman Amanda Cross (Fairfield) two singles. Newell had a home run and two RBI and earned the save with three innings of hitless ball in the nightcap.

On the season, Newell is batting .330 (36 for 109) with 10 doubles, five home runs, 15 runs and 34 RBI. She has an 18-4 record in the pitcher’s circle with 16 complete games and a 1.61 earned run average in 152 innings. She has whiffed 220 and walked 36.

Her strikeout total is the fourth best in Bethel history. Amy Wetzel fanned 244 in 1997 and Concord graduate Brittney Hire tied the mark in 2007.

Cross is batting .417 (7 for 17) with 14 runs and eight stolen bases.

Baseball

Huntington defeated Taylor 3-2 in the first game of a Mid-Central Conference doubleheader and lost the second game 12-6. Huntington junior Adam Christner (Westview) singled and scored a run in the opener and singled twice in the second game.

Christner is 11-of-15 in stolen bases this season.

Saint Francis sophomore David Yoder (Concord) scored two runs as the Cougars defeated Marian 13-2 in the first game of a Mid-Central Conference twin bill.

Saint Francis won the second game 8-3.

On the season, Yoder is batting .348 (70 for 201) with 13 doubles, a home run, 45 runs and 27 RBI.

Taylor freshman Daimon Buck (Northridge) is batting .256 (10 for 39) with a double, two runs and four RBI this season.

Junior Luke Hofsommer (Northridge) has scored two runs and driven in one.

Bethel sophomore Kyle Revella (Elkhart Christian Academy) is batting .345 (45- for 148) with four doubles, a triple, 22 runs and 14 RBI so far this season,

Men’s Golf

Holy Cross senior Eric Hartstein (NorthWood) carded a two-day total of 149 as the Saints finished first in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament at Lost Marsh Golf Course near Hammond. Hartstein and sophomore teammate Matthew Code shared the second spot in the individual standings.

Also in the CCAC tournament, Calumet College of St. Joseph junior Zac Henderson (Northridge) placed fifth among the individuals with a 76-77—153.

Women’s Golf

Indianapolis sophomore Amy Thompson (NorthWood) captured medalist honors with a 77-77—154 total as the Greyhounds won the University of Indianapolis Spring Invitational at Heartland Crossing Golf Links in Camby, Indiana. Indianapolis (308-325—633) won the team title by 15 strokes.

 

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