College notebook: Yeast breaks Louisville’s 200-meter record

Junior Kiyah Yeast established a new personal-best time and a school record in the 200-meter dash for Louisville women’s track and field, running a 23.48 in the final at the Atlantic Coast Conference meet. Yeast also ran an 11.74 in the prelims of the 100, and was part of the Cardinals’ 4×400 relay.

Center Grove

Senior first baseman Mike Wyman went 5 for 12 at the plate, including a home run, and drove in three runs as St. Leo closed its baseball season with three consecutive wins.

IU second baseman Tyler Cerny had a pair of two-run home runs, four hits overall and two stolen bases as the Hoosiers swept a three-game series against visiting Purdue. He also singled three times, drove in a run and stole a base in a 6-2 home win over Evansville.

Sophomore Drue Young was Indiana Wesleyan’s starting pitcher in a 7-5 victory over St. Francis to open the Crossroads League baseball tournament. He pitched 5 2/3 innings, allowed five hits and four runs while striking out five. Young picked up the win in an 8-3 win against Bryan in the opening round of the NAIA tournament, giving up five hits and striking out five in his six innings.

Franklin College pitcher Jackson Young threw a complete game in a 7-3 win over Transylvania during the HCAC baseball tournament, allowing six hits, issuing one walk and striking out eight.

Southern Indiana junior Lexi Fair had four hits, including a double, in the three games her team played at the Ohio Valley Conference softball tournament.

Third baseman Kaci Finchum had a hit and scored a run for Mount St. Joseph softball in its four games at the HCAC tournament.

St. Leo junior golfer Alex Heck tied for 47th individually with a three-round sum of 3-over-par 216 as the Lions placed 15th out of 20 teams in an NCAA Division II regional.

Senior Sam Jean tied for ninth individually with a 13-under-par total of 203 at the NCAA Las Vegas Regional, leading Cincinnati men’s golf to an eighth-place finish. Noah Gillard carded scores of 75, 77 and 74 as Indiana placed seventh at the Auburn Regional.

Marian men’s golf competed the NAIA national championship tournament, with Luke Beetz (two-day total of 156) and Brandon Heffner (169) starting both days for the Knights. Sam Slaughter played the first round for Marian and shot 89.


Lipscomb sophomore Bella Jackson was runner-up in the high jump at the Atlantic Sun Conference women’s track and field championships with a best of 1.73 meters. She also posted a time of 15.34 seconds in the preliminaries of the 100-meter hurdles.

Indiana sophomore Claire Overfelt competed in the 10,000-meter run at the Big Ten women’s track and field championships, her time of 35 minutes, 32.43 seconds good for 10th place.

Shortstop Macy Cornelius totaled three hits and scored a run as Mount St. Joseph softball won two of four games at the HCAC tournament.


Emily Bonser took second in the hammer throw with a top distance of 51.77 meters for the University of Indianapolis women’s track team at the Carius-Gregory Invitational.

Senior Lexy Rees had an RBI single in a 3-2 defeat of Lewis as the UIndy softball squad won three one-run games at the NCAA Division II Midwest Regional.

Marian outfielder Anna Pritchett had four hits and scored a run as the Knights prevailed in four of their first five games in the opening round of the NAIA softball tournament.


Through two of four rounds at the NCAA Division II women’s golf championships, the University of Indianapolis was in sixth place. Freshman Ava Ray was at 6 over par for the Greyhounds.

Senior Javan Johnson shot scores of 79 and 76 to help Taylor men’s golf sit in 15th place on the leaderboard through two of the four rounds of the NAIA national championships.

Indian Creek

UIndy pitcher Wyatt Phillips worked an inning of hitless relief in a 12-4 defeat of Lewis at the GLVC baseball tournament.