After honoring its senior soccer players Sunday, Defiance College suffered a 1-0 loss to Rose-Hulman to fall to 2-3-1 this season.
Shelbyville graduate Carson Macklin (photo, third from left) was one of the Defiance seniors presented with a framed jersey to honor his playing career with the Yellow Jackets.
A defenseman, Macklin played 42 minutes Sunday in the loss to the unbeaten Fightin’ Engineers (6-0).
On March 17, Macklin recorded two shots in a double-overtime scoreless tie at Anderson. Macklin played 74 minutes in that contest.
Here is a look at other Shelby County graduates competing at the collegiate level.
The Triton Central graduate closed out her freshman season at Loyola with 10 points, four assists and two steals in a 74-55 win Sunday over Abilene Christian in a consolation game of the Women’s Basketball Invitational tournament held in Frankfort, Kentucky.
In the program’s first postseason tournament appearance, the Ramblers lost Thursday, 69-62, to Stetson. Chandler finished with 17 points, four rebounds and four steals.
On Saturday, Loyola lost to Manhattan, 56-51. Chandler had 16 points and a career-high eight rebounds.
Chandler, the Missouri Valley Conference Freshman of the Year, started all 27 games this season for Loyola (12-15) and averaged 8.7 points and 2.8 rebounds per game.
The Morristown graduate played 15 minutes Thursday and had one rebound and two assists for Marian in a 69-62 NAIA National Tournament Round of 16 loss to Loyola University (Louisiana).
The Knights finished the season 23-5.
The Shelbyville graduate finished runner-up in the pole vault after clearing 12 feet, 5.5 inches for Southern Illinois Saturday in the Bill Cornell Spring Classic in Carbondale, Illinois.
The Shelbyville graduate finished fourth in the 100-meter dash (12.78 seconds), 12th in the 200 (27.98), eighth in the long jump (4.85 meters) and third in the 400 relay (52.6) for Hanover Saturday in the Bearcat Classic hosted by Brescia University in Owensboro, Ky.
The Shelbyville graduate was 1-for-4 at the plate combined in Indiana State softball’s three game sweep by Illinois State.
The Sycamores dropped to 6-13 this season with 4-3 and 10-0 losses Saturday and a 4-2 loss Sunday.
The Shelbyville graduate was 3-for-10 at the plate for Indiana University South Bend’s baseball team in a 3-game series against St. Xavier (Illinois).
The Titans lost 10-0 and 8-5 Saturday. Young was 1-for-4 with a double in the game two loss.
On Sunday, Young was 1-for-4 with three runs batted in during a 4-2 loss.
On Tuesday, IU South Bend split a doubleheader with Trinity International. The Titans lost 9-8 in game one but rallied for a 7-1 victory in game two. Young pitched the ninth inning in game two and had two strikeouts to seal the win.
The Titans are 7-13 this season and 3-3 in Chicago Collegiate Athletic Conference contests.
The Triton Central graduate notched 26 assists and 10 digs Monday in Eastern Illinois’ 25-22, 25-13, 25-22 loss to Southeast Missouri in the Panthers’ home finale.
On Sunday, Southeast Missouri swept Eastern Illinois, 25-18, 25-15, 25-22. Chandler had 27 assists and three digs.
The losses dropped the Panthers to 2-12 this season.
Early Bird Invitational
Several Shelby County graduates competed Saturday in the outdoor track and field meet hosted by Rose-Hulman.
Triton Central graduate Kyler Schalk, competing for Wabash, placed 14th in the 100 (12.06) and 18th in the long jump (17-4.25).
Shelbyville graduate Jill Anspaugh, running for Franklin College, finished 10th in the 5,000 meters (21:07).
Southwestern graduate Taylor Tatlock, who also plays volleyball at Franklin College, finished second in the javelin (106-03), third in the discus (106-03) and 10th in the hammer throw (80-02).
Waldron graduate Andrew Montgomery was 34th in the 1,500 (4:58) for Franklin College.
Fellow Waldron graduate Dalen Williams placed fourth in the discus (133-8), sixth in the javelin (111-11) and seventh in the shot put (37-7.25) for Franklin College.