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Collegiate Update: File blasts three home runs in Louisville sweep of Oakland

Hannah File had a doubleheader to remember Sunday for the University of Louisville’s softball team.

In game one against Oakland, the Shelbyville graduate had two home runs in Louisville’s 10-5 win. The first home run hit her picture displayed on the scoreboard. The second home cleared the scoreboard at Ulmer Stadium in Louisville.

In game two, File had a double and a third home run of the day to help the Cardinals sweep Oakland, 9-1.

Louisville opened the three-day Miami Invitational Tournament Friday with a 12-4 win over the Redhawks at Ulmer Stadium.

On Saturday, the Cardinals traveled to Oxford, Ohio, to face No. 1 ranked Oklahoma. File had one of three Louisville hits in a 10-1 loss to the Sooners.

On Wednesday, File had a double and scored a run in Louisville’s 3-2 win at Western Kentucky.

The Cardinals are 29-14 this season.

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



Layton Stieneker

The Shelbyville graduate won a singles and a doubles match Saturday for Franklin College in an 8-6 win at Rose-Hulman.

Stieneker and Dustin Garrison won a No. 1 doubles match over Owen Reynolds and Rhian Seneviratne, 8-6. Stieneker then defeated Jonathon Stadler at No. 6 singles, 6-3, 6-3.

Stieneker and Garrison produced a No. 1 doubles win Friday in Franklin’s 9-0 win over Concordia University.

Stieneker finished 0-4 in Franklin’s losses to Kentucky Wesleyan Saturday and IU Southeast Wednesday.



TeAnn Bringle

The Shelbyville graduate finished 1-for-4 at the plate Wednesday in Indiana State’s 11-9 win at Butler University.

On Sunday, Bringle had two hits including a double to help the Sycamores win at Belmont University, 7-3.

Indiana State is 22-21 this season.



Katie Mathies

The Shelbyville graduate had two home runs and three RBIs Friday in DePauw’s 9-4 win at Wooster. In game two against Wooster, Mathies had two hits, two walks and two RBIs in a 12-4 victory.

Oberlin College split a doubleheader with DePauw Saturday that left the Tigers 10-17 this season and 5-1 in North Coast Athletic Conference contests.



Cory Taylor

The Shelbyville graduate had two walks, a home run and two runs scored Saturday in Eastern Michigan’s 11-9 loss at Bowling Green State. In game two Saturday, Taylor had two hits, two runs scored and two RBIs in a 13-8 loss that dropped the Eagles to 16-17 this season (6-12 Mid-American Conference).



Damon Lux

The Shelbyville graduate smashed his fifth home run of the season Tuesday for Duke in a 7-0 win over William & Mary. The win improved the Blue Devils to 24-12.

Duke sits at 9-8 in the ACC after taking two of three games from No. 11 Boston College over the weekend.



Karissa Hamilton

The Shelbyville graduate had a pinch-hit double for Kentucky Saturday in a 13-3 loss to No. 6 Tennessee.

The Volunteers swept the series, dropping Kentucky to 25-13-1 (7-8 SEC).



Charlie Rife

The Shelbyville graduate had two hits Friday for Bellarmine in an 8-6 loss to the University of North Alabama.

Rife had a hit, a walk and a run batted in Sunday in the series finale – a 16-11 win for North Alabama.

Bellarmine is 10-27.



Asher Caldwell

The Morristown graduate shot a 5-over par round of 76 Tuesday for Trine in the AC Eddy Invitational at Zollner Golf Course in Angola, Indiana.

Caldwell’s round left him tied for 11th overall in the field.



Elizabeth Kemper

The Triton Central graduate shot rounds of 83 and 80 Tuesday for No. 11 Taylor to finish tied for 18th overall.

Taylor finished third in the Ackerman-Allen Shootout in West Lafayette, Indiana.



Kina Schultz

The Shelbyville graduate finished sixth for Muskingum in the 100-meter hurdles in a time of 16.01 seconds at the All-Ohio Championships Saturday at Ohio Wesleyan.

Schultz also placed 13th in the 400 hurdles (1:15.2).

Indiana D3 Championships

The Indiana D3 Championships were hosted by DePauw University Saturday in Greencastle, Indiana.



Zaleeya Martin

The Shelbyville graduate finished second in the 100 (12.4), fourth in the 200 (26.44), fifth in the long jump (4.66 meters) and was part of Hanover College’s third-place finishing quartet in the 400 relay (52.38).



Allison Batten

The Morristown graduate placed 15th for Trine in the 100 (13.99) and 22nd in the 200 (29.46).



Alison Muck

The Southwestern graduate stood at the top of the podium after winning the 100 hurdles in 15.58 and the high jump with a best clearance of 1.54 meters.

Competing for Franklin College, Muck also finished 15th in the 200 (28.14).



Jill Anspaugh

The Shelbyville graduate finished sixth for Franklin College in the 5,000 meters (19:44.86).



Taylor Tatlock

The Southwestern graduate won the women’s javelin event with a new meet record distance of 36.76 meters.

The Franklin College thrower also finished third in the discus (39.59).



Konrad Dorsey

The Shelbyville graduate, representing Trine, placed 31st in the 100 (12.20) and 33rd in the 200 (24.23).



Jacob Batten

The Morristown graduate finished 18th in the 400 (55.09) for Trine. He also was part of Trine’s 1,600 relay team that finished fifth in 3:33.98.

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