Kelby Jenkins (Frankfort) – University of Evansville
Jenkins won her second race of the season, topping 51 other runners to claim victory in the Tennessee Tech Invitational on Oct. 6. Jenkins’s first-place time of 18 minutes, 45 seconds led the Purple Aces to a first-place finish out of five teams.
Ashley Torres (Frankfort) – University of Evansville
Torress placed 39th out of 52 runners in the Tennessee Tech Invitational, finishing with a time of 24:02.
Javier Vasquez (Frankfort) – Indiana University-Kokomo
Vasquez finished 40th out of 59 runners with a time of 30:04 in the 8K at the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational on Oct. 6. IU-K placed fifth out of five teams.
Natasha Greenwood (Frankfort) – Indiana Wesleyan University
Greenwood finished 22nd out of 75 runners with a time of 20: 36 in the Indiana Wesleyan Invitational on Oct. 6. Greenwood’s Wildcat squad placed second out of five teams.
Johnny Varner (Frankfort) – Franklin College
Varner had three tackles, a sack, tackle for loss and a forced fumble in Franklin’s 38-0 shutout victory over Mount St. Joseph on Oct. 6.
Keri Friend (Rossville) – Ancilla College
Friend, who’s primarily been a defensive specialist this season, tallied six kills in Ancilla’s 3-0 loss to Muskegon Community college on Oct. 4. One day later, Friend had 11 digs in the Chargers’ 3-0 win against the Goshen College junior varsity squad.
Heather Tolson (Clinton Central) – Indiana University-Kokomo
Tolson tallied eight assists, nine digs, one kill and one block as Indiana University-Kokomo lost to Huntington, 3-0, on Oct. 6. On the same day, Tolson had four kills and 13 assists in a 3-0 victory over Indiana Northwest.
Tolson finished with 10 assists, five digs and one kill in a 3-0 loss to Northwestern (Ohio) on Tuesday.
Alex Taylor (Frankfort) – Hanover College
Taylor, playing No. 2 singles, won her match over Defiance College’s Catie Savage, 6-0, 6-2, to help Hanover win, 8-1, on Oct. 6. The win gave Taylor her fifth consecutive victory in singles play.
Taylor has an overall singles record of 6-5, 5-2 in conference matches. She’s 1-0 at No. 1 singles, 3-1 at No. 2 singles and 2-1 at No. 3 singles to go along with a 0-3 record in tournaments.
In doubles play, Taylor is 0-6 on the campaign.