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April 3, 2010

College Report: North Vermillion’s Davis, Casey’s Murphy helping SIU-E softball

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BASEBALL

Bloomfield

Cody Pearson, Fr., Franklin – Listed on team’s roster, but has not appeared in a game this year.

Casey-Westfield

D.J. Throneburg, Parkland College – Serving in third year as pitching coach and recruiting coordinator.

Brennan Ragon, Jr., Olivet Nazarene – Has pitched in two games this year with a 0-0 record.

Taylor Biggs, Fr., Parkland – Has a 1-0 pitching record with a 1.22 ERA.

Chrisman

Logan Ross, Fr., Danville Area CC – Has one hit in two at-bats.

Cloverdale

Cody Nees, Jr., Franklin – Has played in five games, hitting .333 with two doubles and two RBI. Has pitched in four games with 1-1 record and 2.25 ERA.

Greencastle

Derrick Patterson, Jr., Franklin – Has pitched in three games with 1-0 record and 3.44 ERA.

Linton-Stockton

Keith Cunningham, Fr., Franklin – Listed on team’s roster, but has not appeared in a game this year.

Local connections

Ben Klimek, Fr., Wabash (son of Terre Haute native Gary Klimek) – Playing for the Little Giants’ JV team. Statistics not available.

Marshall

Derek Eitel, Sr., Rose-Hulman – Is 4-1 with a 1.25.  Has 42 strikeouts in 36 innings pitched.

Kyle Burnam, So., Indiana State – Ranks fifth on team in hitting at .348 with 18 runs scored and 16 RBI.

North Central

Kevin Greve, Earlham – Serving in first year as assistant coach at his alma mater.

Josh Lindsay, Fr., Lincoln Trail – No statistics available.

Storm Lindsay, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Has pitched in four games with 0-0 record and 5.14 ERA.

Northview

John Reberger, Jr., Purdue-North Central – Has played in 14 games, starting 12, and is hitting .310 with six RBI and eight runs scored.

Paris

Avery Mason, Fr., Olney Central – No information available.

Johnny Dayton, Fr., Lake Land – Batting .362 with one double, 23 RBI and 28 runs scored.

Riverton Parke

Jordin McLaughlin, Southeastern Illinois – In first year as assistant coach.

Robinson

Adam Richart, Jr., Indiana State – Is hitless in one at-bat this season.

South Putnam

Jeff McDole, DePauw – Serving as assistant coach.

Noah Boswell, Fr., Kentucky Wesleyan – Has pitched one inning in two appearances.

Rockville

Taylor Harper, So., Ancilla – Won his first three games this year, with 12 strikeouts in 19 innings and a 0.94 ERA.

Luke Greene, So., Lake Land – Batting .100 with one double, one triple, five runs and five RBI.

Steven Ball, Fr., Indiana State – Has played in 16 games, starting seven, and is hitting .286 with five runs scored and eight RBI.

Matt King, Fr., Indiana State – Is listed on team’s roster, has not played this season.

Terre Haute North

Max Hutson, Indiana State – Serving in first year as volunteer assistant coach.

Scott Lawson, Rose-Hulman – Serving in first year as pitching coach.

Andrew Woodason, Jr., Oakland City – Is playing third base and hitting cleanup. No season statistics available; homered against Kentucky Wesleyan on March 10.

Brandon Dorsett, So., Indiana State – Has pitched nine innings in eight relief appearances with a 3.86 ERA.

Joe Meggs, So., Washington – Sitting out season as redshirt after transferring from Indiana State.

Jared Eller, Fr., Ancilla – Played in nine of team’s first 11 games at 3B and DH, starting 6, and is hitting .333 with a .500 on-base percentage. He has also pitched two innings.

Nick Pilipovich, Fr., Rose-Hulman – Playing on the Engineer JV team, Pilipovich had a walk-off homer in a recent victory over Indiana University’s club team.

Michael Eberle, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Batting .384 (fourth on team) with eight doubles, three homers, 20 RBI and 26 runs.

Terre Haute South

Bobby Woods, Jr., Alcorn State – Sitting out season after transferring from Olney Central.

Cole Vicars, Jr., Alcorn State – Has played in 21 of 24 games, all as a starter, and is fifth on team in hitting at .299.  Has one double, one triple, 15 RBI, 19 runs scored and six stolen bases. Defensively, has one error in 90 chances.

Koby Kraemer, So., Indiana State – Sitting out season as redshirt due to injury.

Evan Luken, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Batting .341 with three doubles, one triple, 17 RBI and nine runs.

West Vigo

Morgan Coombs, Sr., Ball State – Has pitched in five games, starting two, with a 1-1 record and a 2.11 ERA. He has struck out 21 batters in 21.1 innings.

Bryan Chestnut, So., Indiana State – Has played in eight games, starting none, and is hitting .143 with one homer and three runs scored.

Jordan Pearson, Fr., Indiana State – Has played in 15 games, starting eight, and is hitting .185 with five RBI and seven runs scored.

Jeremy Lucas, Fr., Indiana State – Has played in 18 games, starting 15, and is hitting .278 with one homer, six RBI and 15 runs scored.

Cameron Fagg, Fr., Wright State – Has played in six games, starting five, and is hitting .267 with one run scored and one RBI.

Cogan Keith, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Has pitched in four games with 0-0 record.

SOFTBALL

Casey-Westfield

Sandy Montgomery, head coach, SIU-Edwardsville – In 22nd season as head coach.

Megan Murphy, So., SIU-Edwardsville – Ranks fourth on team in  hitting at .286, also has four doubles, 10 RBI and 17 runs scored.

Brianna Athey, So., Lake Land – Batting .288 with seven doubles, one triple, two homers, 12 RBI and 19 runs scored.

Mackenzie Connelly, Fr., Indiana State – Has started 24 games and is fourth on team in hitting at .286 with one homer and nine RBI.

Clay City

Chelsee Gerber, Jr., St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Batting .284 with one double, three RBI and 17 runs scored.

Angie Camp, So., Olney Central – Batting .371 with 11 RBI, 13 runs and five doubles.

Greencastle

Haleigh Spencer, DePauw – Serving as assistant coach.

North Central

Jacilyn McClain, Jr., Lindenwood – Playing for JV team; no statistics available.

Jacki Porter, So., Wabash Valley College – Batting .188 with one RBI.

Nicole Miller, So., Rend Lake – Batting .192 with one RBI and five runs scored.

Samantha Barbee, Fr., Southern Indiana – Has played in 12 games, starting one, and is hitting .250.

Siona Taft, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Statistics not available.

Kayla Irwin, Fr., Rose-Hulman – Has played in nine games defensively; has not batted.

North Vermillion

Whitney Davis, So., SIU-Edwardsville – Leads team in hitting at .316 with five doubles, one homer, 17 RBI and seven runs.

Ashley Corbin, So., Danville Area CC – Batting .043 with one RBI.

Northview

Stephanie Jonson, Jr., Indiana State – Has started 24 games in center field and ranks fifth on team in hitting at .284 with two homers and nine RBI.

Traci Sanders, So., Olney Central – Batting .495 (first on team) with seven doubles, 21 runs and 32 RBI (first on team).

Abby Birkey, So., Grace – Has played in 12 games at catcher, making no errors in 49 chances.

Shelby Colson, Fr., Glenville (W.Va.) State – Sitting out this season, will begin playing next year.

Oblong

Jalyne Goss, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Statistics not available.

Riverton Parke

Ashley Loomis-Organ, St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Serving as pitching coach.

Megan Vincent, Fr., Wabash Valley – Has two hits in six at-bats.

Robinson

Jamie Lytle, Olney Central – In first year as assistant coach.

Amanda McGlone, Sr., St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Hitting .220 with one triple, four RBI and 11 runs scored.

Chevauna Adams, So., Millikin – Has pitched in seven games, starting five, with a 3-1 record and a 3.96 ERA.

Ericka Bonnell, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Statistics not available.

Erin Jones, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Statistics not available.

Amber Hildebrand, Fr., Kaskaskia – Has a 4-6 pitching record with a 3.47 ERA.

Shakamak

Chelsea Baker, Jr., St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Batting .302 with two doubles, one homer, three RBI and nine runs scored.

South Putnam

Meghan Canary, So., Rose-Hulman – Is batting .281 with five RBI.

South Vermillion

Brian Shearer, Rose-Hulman – Is in 7th year as head coach.

Sullivan

Reva Ledune-Bourgasser, Jr., Southern Indiana – Has played in 24 games, starting 22, and is hitting .266 with four home runs, five doubles, eight runs scored and 15 RBI.

Terre Haute North

Megan Ciolli, Northern Illinois – In third season as assistant coach.

Alicia Hayes, Sr., IUPUI – Hitting .171 with six home runs and 13 RBI.

Kelsey Rosselli, Fr., St. Mary-of-the-Woods – Batting .342 with 15 runs scored, four doubles, one triple, five RBI and seven stolen bases.

Terre Haute South

Kelly Fougerousse, Jr., Mid-Continent (Tenn.) University – Has started all 23 games, hitting .333 with five doubles, two homers, 12 RBI and eight RBI. Has a 2-4 pitching record with a 1.24 ERA.

Rachel McCleary, Jr., Indiana State – Has played in 14 games, starting 10, and is hitting .103 with one RBI.

Tiffany Fendrick, Fr., Lincoln Trail – Statistics not available.

Turkey Run

Chelsea Hanner, Jr., Hanover – Has pitched in eight games, with a 2-5 record and a 9.57 ERA.

Alex Woody, Fr., Indiana State – Has one hit in her only at-bat this season after being slowed by injury.

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