Freshman Liv Parramore was in the starting lineup for Savannah College of Art & Design as it competed in the NAIA women’s golf championship in Oklahoma City. The former Franklin golfer shot a first-round 75 for the Bees, who sat in third place heading into Friday’s final round.
Parramore previously had rounds of 80, 78 and 76 to help the team place third of eight teams at the Sun Conference Championships.
Taylor men’s golf finished 24th of the 29 teams competing at the NAIA Championships in Silvis, Illinois. Javan Johnson led the team with scores of 75 and 71 to tie for 56th individually.
Kentucky freshman pitcher Izzy Harrison pitched one-third of an inning, allowing a hit, in a 9-2 loss at Virginia Tech in the NCAA softball tournament.
Indiana Wesleyan women’s tennis finished the season with a 39-6 record after dropping a 4-1 decision to Montreat College in an NAIA national quarterfinal. Freshman Ashlee Fisk notched the Wildcats’ lone point with a 6-4, 6-3 win at No. 3 singles.
Indiana men’s golf took 12th at the NCAA regional in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, with senior Ethan Shepherd recovering from a first-round 80 to shoot a pair of 73s and end up as the Hoosiers’ low scorer.
Senior catcher Jordyn Rudd helped Northwestern softball win an NCAA regional with five hits and seven runs batted in the team’s three games. Rudd homered in a 17-3 victory doubled in a 10-2 win, both against McNeese State
The Southern Indiana softball team won its NCAA Division II Super Regional with two victories against Grand Valley State. Sophomore first baseman Lexi Fair started both games.
Alabama second baseman Bryce Eblin delivered a grand slam and drove in a total of five runs in an 18-5 triumph over visiting Arkansas. Eblin singled as the Crimson Tide downed the Razorbacks again, 4-3, in the second round of the SEC tournament.