TERRE HAUTE —
* Etling gets North Coast honor — Terre Haute North graduate Mary Kate Etling of DePauw is the North Coast Conference volleyball Player of the Week as she helped the Tigers extend their winning streak to 11 during a 5-0 week.
Etling led DePauw with 60 kills and a .390 attack percentage and also had 22 blocks and three aces.
* ISU men move up, women still 12th — Indiana State’s men moved up two spots while the Sycamore women remained the same in the Great Lakes Region rankings released Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
* Rose women compete — At Bloomington, Ill., the Rose-Hulman women finished 20th at one of the nation’s most competitive women’s golf tournaments, the Illinois Wesleyan Invitational, on Saturday and Sunday.
Illinois Wesleyan Invitational
Team scores — William Woods 607, Illinois Wesleyan 624, Wittenberg 637, Rhodes 638, Olivet 644, North Central 649, St. Francis (Ill.) 649, Carthage 659, Wisconsin-Whitewater 659, Truman State 667, Franklin 669, Carroll 672, Marian 673, Central (Iowa) 685, St. Ambrose 688, Mount Mercy 691, Illinois Wesleyan B 695, Millikin 699, Wisconsin-Platteville 700, Rose-Hulman 722, Wisconsin-Stevens Point 725, Illinois College 759.
Rose-Hulman — Hayley Vonder Haar 86-92-178, Jaclyn Smith 91-91-182, Deanne De Keizer 103-81-184, Emily Barker 91-93-184, Miriam Remmers 97-101-198.
Next — Rose-Hulman returns to action at the DePauw Invitational next weekend.
* U12 Purple wins twice — The Terre Haute Flyers U12 girls Purple picked up two road victories, 3-0 at Columbus on Saturday and 2-0 at Fishers on Sunday.
Audrey Baker, Andrea Kerschner, Sydney Woodason, Karlie Kellett, Camryn Wilkey and Megan Benefiel led the defensive effort. Elizabeth Humphrey had two goals and Amani Brown one on Saturday, with Brittney Nikirk and Orian Roshel scoring Sunday with assists from Brown and Kathleen Ming.
* Clayton prevails — At Haubstadt, Daron Clayton was the feature winner in USAC-MSCS racing Saturday at Tri-State Speedway.
Clayton led the final five laps to win the 40-lap A-Main sanctioned by both USAC and Midwest Sprint Car Series. Kyle Larson was second and Robert Ballou third.