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Sports Round-up: Week 8

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Football

On Oct. 20, the Saints (6-1) took on Indiana Wesleyan (5-2) at home and beat them 31-10. Tyler Knecht led the offense with 151 passing yards with a pair of touchdowns, one rushing and one passing. D’aries Davis led the rushing attack with 73 of the 221 rushing yards and scoring his first rushing touchdown of the season. Adam Glanders had three receptions for 41 yards and a touchdown. Griffin Sobol led the defense with 11 tackles and one interception.

On Oct. 27, the Saints (6-2) took on the Marian Knights (8-0) and lost 27-14. Tyler Knecht completed 19-29 of his passed for 204 yards and a touchdown. D’aries Davis led the rushing game going for 85 yards on 25 attempts. Damon Wright Jr. caught six passes for 54 yards. Logan Smith and Nick Stalworth led the Saints with seven tackles a piece and Trevon Claybourne had five tackles and one interception. The Saints will look to bounce back as they host Lindenwood-Belleville Saturday, Nov. 3.

Volleyball

On Oct. 19, the Saints (15-10) swept Lourdes (16-3) at home 3-0. Ashleigh Shay did her job on both sides of the ball with 11 kills and six blocks in the contest. Taylor Felver had her fourth double-double of the season with 13 kills and 15 digs. Carrigan Gray had 31 assist in the match.

On Oct. 20, the Saints (16-10) defeated Concordia (2-18) at home 3-1. Christine Tylutki led the Saints with 13 kills, two assist, a service ace, and six blocks. Bianca Negron led the defense with 15 digs.

On Oct. 24, the Saints (16-11) traveled to Indiana Tech (18-13) and lost 3-0. Carrigan Gray had 15 assist and 13 kills. Christine Tylutki had 8 kills on the day.

On Oct. 26, the Saints (16-12) traveled to Aquinas (27-6) and lost 3-0. Ashleigh Shay led the Saints attack with 10 kills. Carrigan Gray helped the offense with her 23 assist in the contest. Eriona Chambers had a team high five blocks and five kills.

On Oct. 27, the Saints (16-13) traveled to Cornerstone (26-9) and lost 3-0. Janel Ruhlman led the Saints with six kills, 13 digs and one assist. Carrigan Gray also played a big role with 15 assist, nine digs, three kills, and a block.

On Oct. 31, the Saints (16-14) traveled to The University of Northern Ohio (25-8) and lost 3-0. Christine Tylutki led the Saints with 10 kills, five digs, two blocks, an assist and a service ace. The Saints will look to finish the season strong as they host Lawrence Tech Saturday, Nov. 3.

Basketball-Men

On Oct. 27, the Saints (0-1) lost the home opener to Bethel, Ind., (1-0) 84-69. The Saints shot 47.1 percent from the field in the contest and had 32 total rebounds. Keith Jordan Jr. totaled 22 points and shot 7 of 9. Josh Winowiecki had nine points and a team-high seven rebounds.

On Oct. 30, the Saints (0-2) lost at on the road to Grace Christian (1-0) 85-76. P.J. Austin went 6-11 from the field with 17 points. Jaquantay Rouser had 10 points and eight rebounds. The Saints shot a 44.3 percent from the field in the contest. The Saints will look to get their first win on the road as they take on Moody Bible Saturday, Nov. 3.

Women

On Nov. 1, the Saints traveled to Lawrence Tech and won their season opener, 63-56. Addyson Tomczak led the Saints with 13 points. Kiana Votava had seven points to go along with her team high of eight rebounds. Sharmaine Wills had eight points, six rebounds and three steals. The Saints also out rebounded the blue devils 50-32. The Saints will continue on the road as they face Great Lakes Christian Nov. 5.

Soccer-Men

On Oct. 20, the Saints (5-10-1) lost at home to Concordia (5-10) 2-0. The Saints had five shots on goal but failed to score on any. Leo Hisamatsu had one save in goal.

On Oct. 24, the Saints (6-10-1) defeated Aquinas (1-15) at home in a close 2-1 battle. Scoring for the Saints were Uthman Babatunde and Matt Lentine. Leo Hisamatsu had four saves in goal in the contest.

On Oct. 27, the Saints (6-12-1) lost their final regular season game 1-0 score to Lourdes (2-12-1). Justin Gray had four shots on goal to lead the Saints. The Saints will play the University of Northern Ohio November 3 on the road in hopes of advancing to the next round of playoffs.

Women

On Oct. 20, the Saints (12-4) fall at home to Concordia (7-3-2) 2-0. Sophia Lentz had three saves in goal and Taylor Mulder had three shots on goal to lead the team.

On Oct. 24, the Saints (12-5) lost on the road to Aquinas (12-4-1) 2-0. Kara Bishop was 4/4 on saves as goalie. The Saints had nine total shots with five on goal.

On Oct. 27, the Saints (13-5) traveled to Lourdes (4-11-2) and won their final regular season game 5-0. Taylor Mulder scored two goals which totals to 17 on the season. Ashley Strong scored her sixth, Kathryn Gordon scored her second and Haylie Curtiss scoring her first. The Saints had a total of 22 shots with 15 on goal.

On Oct. 31, the Saints (13-6) fall in the opening round of the WHAC Tournament to Madonna (13-4-2) 2-0. Kara Bishop had two saves in goal. The Saints also had four shots on goal. The Saints had a great season where they finished with 52 goals over 19 games and had an average of 16.7 shots per game. The Saints also finished 8-1 at home.

Cross Country-Men

On Oct. 20, the Saints competed in the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge and finished 12th overall with a score of 305 in the 8k. The team finished with a time of 2:14:45.24. The top performers for the Saints were Esrom Woldemicheal finishing 14th with a time of 25:57.75. Finishing second for the Saints was Jareb Duggan who ran the course in 26:48.02 rewarding him 54th. The Saints will compete in the WHAC Championship on Nov. 3.

Women

On Oct. 20, the Saints also competed in the NAIA Great Lakes Challenge and finished 17th in the 5k race with a score of 436 and a team time of 1:42:31.50. The leading Saint for the race was Casie Nadasky finishing 63rd individually with a time of 19:47.25. The Saints will also compete in the WHAC Championships Nov. 3 in Grand Rapids.

 

Information gathered from the Siena Heights Athletics web site.

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