October 30, 2013Earlham College Broadcast Sports
RICHMOND, Ind. — Tuesday was Senior Day as the Earlham College volleyball team faced Transylvania University on Schuckman Court in the Athletics and Wellness Center.
The Pioneers won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference affair 25-25, 25-16, 25-17.
Jolene Wells led the Quakers with eight kills against the Pioneers (21-11, 7-1). Morgan Thompson topped the squad with 15 assists.
Kazondra Ramos had 20 digs, while fellow senior Jazmyn Corlew finished with 17 digs in the final home match of their careers. Emily Lim added 16 digs.
The Quakers (4-25, 0-8) finish the season on Saturday at the College of Mount St. Joseph. The HCAC contest begins at 1 p.m.
RICHMOND, Ind. — The Earlham College women's basketball team had three members on the Players to Watch list on Tuesday as the Heartand Collegiate Athletic Conference pre-season poll was released.
Bria Sneed, JaLissa Watt and Kasin Spay were each on the list for the Quakers.
Sneed led the Quakers in scoring average last season at 12.9 PPG and had 4.1 rebounds per game in 14 contests before her season ended with an injury. She currently has 846 points in her career and is on track to become the 11th women's player in school history to reach the 1,000-point plateau.
Watt was on the court for the Quakers in every game last season and she led the team with 62 steals, while scoring 8.3 PPG and grabbing 4.4 rebounds per contest.
Earlham's Most Valuable Offensive Player last winter, Spay started all 25 games for the Quakers and scored 10.8 PPG in her first collegiate season.
Transylvania University was on top in the pre-season poll with Franklin College in second and Hanover College in third. The Quakers were picked eighth.
The Quakers begin the season at the Nan Nichols Classic at the College of Wooster on Nov. 16. Earlham faces the host Scots at 3 p.m.
RICHMOND, Ind. — The Earlham College women's soccer played its final home contest of the season on Wednesday as the Quakers fell 2-1 to the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology on Matlack Field.
The Engineers (10-4-4, 6-2) scored first in the Heartand Collegiate Athletic Conference contest with a goal at 14:36.
The Quakers were able to tie the match late in the first half. Annie Frodeman scored on a corner kick at 39:09 with Kelly Mayhew picking up the assist.
Rose-Hulman scored the game-winning goal at 75:56.
Earlham goalkeeper A.J. Johnson had one save as the Quakers led 15-6 in shots. The corner kicks were even at 5-5.
The Quakers (2-11-2, 1-6-1) finish the season at the College of Mount St. Joseph on Saturday. The HCAC affair gets underway at 1 p.m.