September 26, 2013Earlham College Broadcast Sports
RICHMOND, Ind. — A pair of quick goals at the start of Wednesday's match was all the
Earlham men's soccer team would need to beat Wittenberg University 2-0.
Jacob Ebbs made the Matlack Field crowd happy with Earlham's first score at 2:23
with an assist from Felicien Muyumba.
Moments later, Muyumba had an unassisted goal at 5:58 to put the Quakers up by two
scores over the Tigers (4-5).
The Quakers had a 14-13 edge in shots, while Wittenberg held a 6-1 advantage in
Earlham goalkeeper Sam Embry had seven saves for the Quakers.
Next up for the Quakers is a road trip to Otterbein University on Saturday. The
non-conference affair gets underway at 2 p.m.
GRANVILLE. Ohio — Three goals in the first half proved to be the difference as the
Earlham College women's soccer team fell 3-0 at Denison University.
After getting a goal at 31:28, the Big Red (4-4) scored twice in the final minute of
the opening stanza.
Denison led in shots 28-8 and the teams were even at 5-5 in corner kicks.
Earlham goalkeeper A.J. Johnson had nine saves for the Quakers.
The Quakers (1-4-1) face Illinois Wesleyan University on Saturday. The
non-conference match on Matlack Field begins at 3:30 p.m.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — The Earlham College women's tennis team fell to Transylvania
University 9-0 on Wednesday in a Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference contest.
Earlham (2-3, 0-3) faces non-conference foe Huntington University on Friday. The
match on the EC Courts starts at 4 p.m.
GREENCASTLE, Ind. — The Earlham College field hockey team dropped an 11-0 decision
on Wednesday at DePauw University.
Earlham goalkeeper Helen Titcomb had 14 saves for the Quakers in the North Coast
Athletic Conference match against the Tigers (7-3, 6-0
The Quakers (2-7, 0-6) entertain Wittenberg University on Saturday. The NCAC contest
is in Darrell Beane Stadium at 11 a.m.
RICHMOND, Ind. — The Earlham College volleyball team opened play in the Heartland
Collegiate Athletic Conference on Wednesday against Anderson University.
The Ravens defeated the Quakers 25-20, 25-9, 25-21 on Schuckman Court in the
Athletics and Wellnes Center.
Mikah Sizemore and Emily Lim topped the Quakers with seven kills each.
Ashley Hedrick finished with 10 assists, while Morgan Thompson added eight assists.
Alexus Bex and Rinako Nakamura had three digs apiece.
The Quakers (3-12, 0-1) travel to Denison University on Saturday. They play the Big
Red at 3 p.m. The Quakers follow that contest with a match against Hiram College at