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Collegiate Update: SHS grad Daniela Joseph closes out Earlham golf career

In her final collegiate golf match, Daniela Joseph finished tied for 30th place overall.

Competing for Earlham College in the Earlham Spring Invitational Saturday and Sunday, Joseph, a Shelbyville graduate, carded rounds of 101 and 109 for a two-day total of 210 at the Richmond Elks Country Club in Richmond, Indiana.

Joseph (photo: bottom left) played her final match with fellow seniors Claire Waggener (photo: bottom right) and Myra Robinson (photo, top).

Here is a look at other Shelby County graduates competing at the collegiate level.



Layton Stieneker

The Shelbyville graduate produced a 6-1, 2-6, 6-4 win at No. 6 singles Sunday for Franklin College in a 6-3 loss to Rose-Hulman.

Stieneker and Owen Pickerill were defeated at No. 2 doubles, 8-4, by Owen Reynolds and Rhian Seneviratue.

The loss dropped Franklin College to 9-6 this season and 2-2 in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference standings.

On Saturday, Franklin defeated Capital, 5-4, in Circleville, Ohio. Stieneker and Pickerill lost at No. 2 doubles but Stieneker produced a 6-1, 6-2 win over Aaron Askew at No. 6 singles.

The Grizzlies also defeated Ohio Christian University Saturday, 7-0. Stieneker teamed with Matt Leming to win a No. 2 doubles match.



Damon Lux

The Shelbyville graduate went 1-for-5 with a run batted in Sunday in Duke baseball’s 15-14 win at Georgia Tech.

On Friday, Georgia Tech defeated Duke, 12-11. Lux had two hits, including a double, and a walk in the loss.

Duke returned Saturday to even the series with an 8-4 victory. Lux went 1-for-4 with a walk and a run batted in.

The Blue Devils improved to 18-22 this season (8-13 ACC) with its first series win over Georgia Tech since 2016.



Cory Taylor

The Shelbyville graduate went 1-for-2 with two stolen bases and a run scored Sunday in Eastern Michigan’s 15-5 loss at Toledo.

Eastern Michigan is 15-24 this season and 10-14 against MAC opponents.



Addisenn Weaver

The Shelbyville graduate had two hits, a walk, a run scored and a run batted in Tuesday in Valparaiso’s 6-2 win at Loyola.

On April 20, Weaver had three hits, including a double and a triple, and two RBIs in a 9-7 win over Loyola.

Weaver had two hits, both doubles and two walks against Drake in a weekend series.

Drake won 10-2 and 5-4 Saturday and returned Sunday to complete the series sweep, 5-1.

Valparaiso is 11-28 this season (2-18 MVC).



Erica Henry

The Shelbyville graduate pitched three innings, allowed four hits and two runs while striking out two for Olney Central College in an 8-6 loss to Kaskaskia College.

Olney is 28-21 this season.



TeAnn Bringle

The Shelbyville graduate had a pinch-hit single on April 20 for Indiana State in a 3-2 loss in game two of a doubleheader against Evansville.

The Sycamores won game one, 16-3.

Indiana State is 21-23 this season (8-12 MVC).



Chandler Martin

The Shelbyville graduate placed 10th in the high jump (six feet, 0.75 inches) and 24th in the long jump (18-8.5) for the University of Indianapolis Saturday in the Indiana Little State Invite in Marion, Indiana.



Madisen Hinderliter

The Shelbyville graduate finished 21st in the discus (115-3) and 18th in the hammer throw (117-11) for the University of St. Francis at the Indiana Little State Invite hosted by Indiana Wesleyan in Marion, Ind.

Rose-Hulman Twilight Meet

Five Shelby County graduates traveled to Terre Haute Friday.



Zaleeya Martin

The Shelbyville graduate won the 100 in 12.42 seconds and was part of the runner-up Hanover team in the 400 relay.



Jill Anspaugh

The Shelbyville graduate finished 10th in the 3,000 for Franklin College in 11:39.97.



Taylor Tatlock

The Franklin College thrower, and Southwestern graduate, won the discus (37.29 meters) and finished second in the javelin (34.57 meters).



Dalen Williams

The Waldron graduate placed fourth for Franklin College in the discus (41.92 meters).



Kenneth Gipson

The Triton Central graduate finished 12th in the discus (32.18 meters) and 19th in the hammer throw (35.40 meters) for Rose-Hulman.