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January 28, 2014

METRO ROUNDUP: Dickey named MVC Newcomer of the Week

EVANSVILLE — Former Riverton Parke standout Sara Dickey was named the Missouri Valley Conference Newcomer of the Week for her efforts over the weekend.

The University of Evansville freshman guard scored a game-high 30 points in Evansville’s loss at Southern Illinois.

Dickey finished 12 for 18 from the field, 5 for 8 at the free-throw line and accounted for UE’s lone 3-point field goal. Dickey put the Evansville offense on her back late in the midway through the second half, as she scored 11 straight points to help the Aces overcome a four-point deficit and give UE a three-point lead with eight minutes left in the contest.

On the season, Dickey is averaging 18.1 points per game and has scored 20 or more points in seven contests.

Baseball

• Engineers tabbed for fifth — Rose-Hulman has been picked to finish fifth in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference this season, according to a preseason poll of league coaches released Tuesday.

Rose’s Jeff Jenkins looks for a bounce-back season in his 25th year as head coach this spring. The Engineers finished 15-24 last season after winning the HCAC regular-season championship in 2012. The recent string of success also has included trips to the NCAA Division III tournament in 2008, 2009 and 2010.

Overall, Jenkins has a career mark of 646-433-2, including a 601-368-1 record at Rose-Hulman. The Engineer run of postseason success has included five NCAA Division III tournament appearances, four conference tournament championships and three regular season league titles over the previous 24 years.

Rose-Hulman received 61 poll points to place fifth in the preseason poll. The top four teams will ultimately qualify for the HCAC baseball tournament May 8-10.

Anderson was a slight favorite in the poll, edging Manchester 88 points to 87. The Ravens had four first-place votes to three for Manchester. Anderson finished 22-21 last season but returns the majority of last year’s squad.

Manchester won the NCAA Division III Mideast Regional at Rose’s Art Nehf Field to advance to the World Series in Wisconsin last spring. The Spartans are ranked No. 7 nationally in the D3baseball.com preseason poll.

Franklin was selected to finish third in the league with 81 points and the remaining three first-place votes. Transylvania received 68 points, followed by Rose-Hulman at 61. Rounding out the poll were Defiance, Earlham, Bluffton, Hanover and Mount St. Joseph.

Rose looks to rely on an experienced pitching staff for success this spring. The Engineers return their top four starting pitchers, their top closer and 10 total members of last year’s staff. Junior Ben Menich and sophomore Karson Nixon have been HCAC selections during their careers.

Offensively, the Engineers return five starters — led by two-time all-HCAC honoree Hank Akard. The center fielder topped the team in hitting (.333), doubles (12), runs (35), hits (51), on-base percentage (.417) and stolen bases (14) last season.

Rose-Hulman opens the 2014 season against Coe on March 2 as part of the team’s spring trip to Florida. The home opener is scheduled for March 14 against Concordia Chicago.

Auto racing

• Darland wins again — At Peoria, Ariz., Dave Darland was a double winner in U.S. Auto Club sprint-car racing Sunday at Canyon Speedway Park.

Darland led all the way to win the 30-lap feature race — winning twice for the second day in a row in the Winter Challenge. Charles Davis Jr. was second.

Sunday’s results

Heat winners — Tye Mihocko, Colby Copeland, Dave Darland.

Feature — Darland, Charles Davis Jr., Josh Pelkey, Ryan Bernal, Casey Shuman, R.J. Johnson, Aaron Reutzel, Stevie Sussex, Josh Hodges, Mike Martin, Nic Faas, Brady Bacon, Mihocko, Michael Curtis, Jason Grady.

 

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Put your back into it: Indiana State's Jake Odum guards Loyola's Matt O'Leary in the second half of action during the the Sycamores' 75-62 win on Friday in the MVC Tournament in St. Louis.

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    After dropping a pair of games to Missouri Baptist on Wednesday, Saint Mary-of-the-Woods beat Lindenwood-Belleville 9-7 and 1-0, both games in eight innings, on Thursday afternoon.
    Sarah Burnham’s seventh-inning homer in the first game tied the score 4-4, and the Pomeroys took a 5-4 lead later in the inning on an RBI double by Brooke Jordan before the Lynx tied the score in the bottom of the inning.

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  • METRO ROUNDUP: ISU softball splits pair in Florida

    Pitching dominated Tuesday’s opening day of play in the Rebel Spring Games for the Indiana State softball team, which defeated Bucknell 2-0 before falling 2-0 to Creighton.
    “The girls did a great job in the first game getting a couple runs,” ISU coach Shane Bouman said. “We leaned on [sophomore] Yvette Alvarez who pitched really well. We probably got as much as we could out of her and probably should have changed earlier so put that on me. We have a couple little things we can clean up and get a little better and we will be ready to go tomorrow.”

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  • Tony Dungy, wife Lauren signing books today in Terre Haute

    Former NFL coach Tony Dungy and his wife, Lauren, are at Sam’s Club in Terre Haute today, Feb. 12, signing books until about 1:30 p.m.

    February 12, 2014

  • Vigo County Jail Log: Feb. 7, 2014

    The following individuals were booked into the Vigo County Jail by area law enforcement on Thursday, based on jail records.

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Put your back into it: Indiana State's Jake Odum guards Loyola's Matt O'Leary in the second half of action during the the Sycamores' 75-62 win on Friday in the MVC Tournament in St. Louis.

  • Terre Haute North grad O'Leary to transfer from Loyola

    Matt O’Leary is one of three men's basketball players at Loyola recently granted a release from his scholarship from the Missouri Valley Conference school.
    The former Terre Haute North standout told the Tribune-Star he doesn’t yet know his next move.

    April 16, 2014 3 Photos

  • Rose-Hulman, Woods to face off on softball diamond

    The Rose-Hulman softball team will visit a familiar foe today when the Engineers take on crosstown rival Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College in a nonleague doubleheader.

    April 15, 2014

  • ISU baseball holds off Eastern Illinois for 24th win

    Indiana State freshman left-hander Ryan Keaffaber won his first game as a Sycamore and senior catcher Mike Fitzgerald went 3 for 3 as ISU defeated host Eastern Illinois 6-4 in college baseball Tuesday.

    April 15, 2014

  • Top returners lead Cream over Crimson in Hoosiers' spring game

    The Cream team at Saturday’s Cream and Crimson intrasquad game had Indiana’s top returning rusher and receiver and the Hoosiers’ top-rated passer from last season.
    No surprise, then, that Tevin Coleman, Shane Wynn and Tre Roberson guided the Cream to a resounding 24-14 win over the Crimson.

    April 12, 2014

  • Rose-Hulman baseball gets wild doubleheader sweep

    Host Rose-Hulman came back from an early six-run deficit in the first game Saturday and went on to a 13-12, 7-1 Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference baseball sweep over Mount St. Joseph.
    The wild opener featured a Rose-Hulman comeback from an 8-2 deficit and included 18 hits and two school records for the Engineers.

    April 12, 2014

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This file mug shot provided by the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department shows Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay after he was arrested Sunday night, March 16, 2014. Police say Irsay had $29,000 in cash with him when he was arrested last week on suspicion of intoxicated driving. The Indianapolis Star reports it obtained the Carmel police documents on Irsay's March 16 arrest through a public records request. (AP Photo/Hamilton County Sherriff's Department)

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