ISU men win Notre
Dame track meet
Derrius Rodgers and Jack Anstey won individual events Saturday as the Illinois State men's track team topped a six-team field to win the Notre Dame Invitational indoor track and field meet at South Bend, Ind.
Rodgers captured the 60-meter dash in 6.68 seconds while Anstey won the 800-meter run in 1:52.66 as the ISU men finished with 106 points. Notre Dame and Cincinnati tied for second at 77.
D'Jenne Egharevba won the women's 200-meter dash in 24.22. ISU (58.5) finished fourth out of seven behind Louisville (96), North Carolina (86) and Notre Dame (82.5).
Goodman sets school mark: Senior Karly Goodman was a double winner and set a school record in the shot put in the I-55 Triangular indoor track and field meet at Shirk Center.
Goodman won the shot put with a school record distance of 44 feet, 3½ inches and also won the weight throw at 50-6. Tthe Titans (49 points) finished third behind Chicago (85.5) and Washington University (81.5).
Zach Anderson won the shot put (51-3) and the weight throw (50-6) for the IWU men (53), who finished behind Washington (76) and Chicago (53).
Feehan shines but men fall: Shea Feehan scored 47 points but the Eureka College men dropped a 111-97 decision to Greenville in St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play at Greenville.
The Red Devils (12-5, 7-3) led by as many as 12 in the first half but Greenville (10-6, 7-2) claimed the lead for good on a Johari Dix basket with less than 11 minutes to play. Dix finished with 23.
Women push streak to eight: Lexi Dooley scored a career-high 20 points to go with 12 rebounds in leading the Eureka College women to an 89-76 win at Greenville for their eighth straight SLIAC victory.
Hayley Reneau added 19 points, Ashley Harfst had 17, Samantha Sarnes 14 and Kerrigan Dura 13 with 14 rebounds for the Red Devils (12-5, 8-1), who moved into first place by a half-game.
Wesley Woodard had 18 for Greenville (12-4, 7-1).