College notebook: Crowe passes 1,000 career points

Guard Sidney Crowe eclipsed 1,000 career points as the St. Francis women’s basketball team defeated visiting Goshen, 62-61. The Whiteland graduate finished the game with 11 points, two rebounds and two assists, then added seven points and three rebounds in a 90-80 loss at Mt. Vernon Nazarene.


Point guard Libby Baker finished with five points, three rebounds and three assists to help Franklin College defeat Earlham, 72-54.

The Franklin College men’s squad won at Earlham, 85-77, as junior forward Carter Crowe finished with five points, four boards and a steal.

Lipscomb freshman Bella Jackson placed seventh in the 60-meter hurdles and 19th in the shot put as the team took part in the Gladstein indoor track and field invitational at Indiana University.


Freshman swimmer Alayna Kenworthy led the Franklin College women’s swimming and diving team to a 251-30 defeat of visiting Rose-Hulman. She won the 100 backstroke (1:03.51), 200 breaststroke (2:34.77) and 200 individual medley (2:14.22). Junior Faith Jackson won both sessions of the 1-meter diving event.

Franklin College junior Nick Patton placed third in the 60-meter hurdles at the Mount St. Joseph Collegiate Invitational, finishing with a time of 9.14 seconds.

Wabash College senior Ethan Pine placed third in the mile at the University of Indianapolis indoor meet with a time of 4:21.47.

Junior Nick Willham helped Indiana’s wrestling team defeat Maryland by winning his match at 197 pounds, 8-3.


Franklin College diver Gauge Creech dominated competition in a home dual meet against Rose-Hulman, scoring 298.15 points after two sessions in the 1-meter competition.

Hanover sophomore guard Kiki Crabtree scored six points in the team’s 77-68 loss at Bluffton.

Junior Bayleigh Torrance had nine points off the bench in Franklin College’s 65-60 loss at Defiance. She had five points and four rebounds as the team downed Earlham, 72-54.

University of Indianapolis runner Andrew Bixler set a personal-best time in the mile as the Greyhounds hosted their own indoor track and field classic.

Drew McGaha and Eli Cochrane led Franklin College’s 4×400 relay team to victory at the Mount St. Joseph Collegiate Invitational with a time of 3 minutes, 40.14 seconds. McGaha also finished third in the 800-meter run in 2:07.30.

Vincennes sophomore Matt Frazier took third in the pole vault at the UIndy Classic, clearing a height of 4.03 meters (13 feet, 2 inches).

Ball State freshman Gracey Payne won the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 52.62 seconds during a loss to Eastern Michigan. Payne also finished fourth in the 200 freestyle. Teammate Jessie Fraley was fourth in the 200 backstroke and seventh in the 200 free.

Center Grove

University of Louisville sprinter Kiyah Yeast helped the Cardinals’ 4×400 relay team place second at the Hokie Invitational indoor track and field meet at Virginia Tech.

Bentley junior Ella Thompson finished with 15 points, five rebounds and two assists as her team downed American International, 91-43.

Vermont guard Emma Utterback had 21 points and five assists in the team’s 77-60 win over Hartford in the first game of a home-and-home. She came back in the second contest with 16 points, six rebounds and six assists, then had 10 points, five rebounds and four assists in a 71-63 loss to Stony Brook.

The Purdue women’s basketball team won at Illinois, 86-62, as senior guard Cassidy Hardin had six points and six boards for the Boilermakers. She added six points, two rebounds and an assist in a 79-66 loss at Michigan.

Indiana junior Trayce Jackson-Davis finished with 17 points, eight rebounds and two blocks as the Hoosiers lost to visiting Michigan, 80-62. He had 15 points, six boards and four blocks in IU’s 74-57 win over Penn State.

Indiana Wesleyan defeated Marian, 81-77, as junior guard Spencer Piercefield scored 11 points, made two steals and had two assists. He scored 12 points to go along with six assists in the Wildcats’ 87-73 victory at Spring Arbor.

Freshman pole vaulter Taylor Jarosinski won her first collegiate event for Indiana, clearing a height of 3.70 meters (12 feet, 1 ½ inches) at IU’s Gladstein Invitational.

UIndy junior wrestler Gleason Mappes won his match at 184 pounds, 10-2, as the Greyhounds defeated Drury, 33-7.

Indian Creek

Senior guard Jared DeHart scored 25 points and had four assists as Bethel men’s basketball downed Spring Arbor, 90-78. DeHart had six points, two rebounds and two assists in an 87-84 loss at Huntington.