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Local briefs: Cougar football players honored

Saint Francis athletes named to All-American list

Monday, June 24, 2013 - 9:06 pm

Five members of the 2013 University of Saint Francis football team have been named to the 2013 Beyond Sports Network Preseason All-America Team, three on the first team of the 68-man team (first team, second team, honorable mention).

USF seniors Cam Edwards OL, Kollin Carman P, and Kory Stamps CB were first team selections. Junior Taylor Brown S was a second-team selection and junior Antoin Campbell RB was an honorable-mention selection.

Edwards (Sr., 6-5, 317, OT, Bloomington, Ind. / Bloomington North H.S.) was a first-team All-MSFA selection in 2012. He started all 12 games for the second consecutive season at right tackle and had a breakout season as a game-changing 'O' lineman. He has also been named to the 2013 Sporting News College Football Preview Magazine All-America Team.

Carman (Sr., 6-1, 187, P/K, Columbus, Ind. / Columbus North H.S.) led NAIA in punting average in 2012 (44.6 ypp) and was named to the All-MSFA First Team. He was also named BSN Special Teams Player of the Year. Carman was recently named to the 2013 Sporting News College Football Preview Magazine All-America Team.

Stamps (Sr., 5-8, 178, Indianapolis, IN / Lawrence North H.S.) was All-MSFA MEL First Team in 2012 after tying for the league lead with six interceptions including two against No. 5 Marian on Nov. 24. He finished No. 9 in NAIA INT's posting the most in a single season since Paul Carter had nine in 2005.

Brown (Jr., 5-11, 192, Chesterton, Ind. /Chesterton H.S.) is USF's leading returning tackler and led the Cougars in solo tackles (49) in 2012. He was All-MSFA First Team in 2012 as a sophomore. Brown was recently 2013 Sporting News College Football Preview Magazine All-America Team.

Campbell (Jr., 5-11, 203, Springboro, OH / Springboro H.S.) was All-MSFA First Team, set USF regular record for rushing with 1,093 yards breaking Mike Ledo's 2003 record of 1,081 yards . . . finished with 1,245 yards rushing, second best season total in program history . . . ranked No. 10 nationally . . . 103.8 yards rushing per game No. 16 best average in the NAIA, No. 3 in MSFA . . . set a USF single-season record with 240 rushing attempts . . . led team in scoring for second-consecutive year with 68 points on 11 TDs, 1 2-pt conversion. . . rushed for 100+ yds in six games with high of 143 at LU-Belleville and first four games of the season

The Cougars open practice for their 16th season on Aug. 15 in preparation for their season-opening game at 15th-ranked William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa on Sept. 14.

Monday Wildcat baseball results

ABOITE

Grasshoppers 0, Manatees 0

River Dogs 0, Green Jackets 0

Storm 1, Snapper 0

Cannons 1, Sand Gnats 0

Barons 16, Rough Riders 8

Sea Dogs 1, Senators 0

Clippers 17, Express 12

Bison 1, Tide 0

D-Backs 12, Reds 4

ARLINGTON

Lake Monsters 14, Crawdads 13

Dragons 19, Storm Chasers 9

Hammerheads 16, Flying Squirrels 7

Pelicans 1, Sea Dogs 0

Tornadoes 8, Lightning 6

MVPs 6, Cy Youngs 3

BLACKHAWK

Hoosiers 9, Boilermakers 3

Peaches 15, Daisies 10

Blue Jays 6, Pirates 5

Giants 9, Marlins 8

Thunder 7, Lightning 0

FOSTER

Tigers 7, Yellow Jackets 5

Panthers 9, Tar Heels 5

Illini 15, Lions 14

Boilers 16, Sycamores 8

Mountaineers 8, Cyclones 6

Knights 5, Mastodons 4

Wolverines 14, Badgers 11

Longhorns 11, Jayhawks 8

Terps 17, Buckeyes 16

Wildcats 5, Spartans 3

HAMILTON

Muckdogs 9, Snappers 5

NL 7, AL 5

Dragons 10, Air Hogs 9

Grasshoppers 13, Sea Wolves 11

Roadrunners 7, Blue Hawks 2

Raptors 7, T-bones 4

Barnstormers 10, Salt Dogs 7

LANE

Crawdads 15, Sand Gnats 10

Red Wings 5, Peaches 2

Steadman 14, Vaughn 12

NEW HAVEN

Musketeers 6, Pirates 1

Hoyas 12, Friars 6

Bison 5, Chiefs 4

Angels 2, Rangers 1

NORTH SIDE

Cougars 17, Mastodons 12

Tootsie Rolls 10, Gummie Bears 5

Twizzlers 13, Lemon Heads 10

Skittles 7, Starburst 6

Dingos 5, Pythons 5

Penguins 12, Owls 8

ST. JOE

Patriots 11, Cavaliers 7

Bruins 10, Braves 6

Cubs 4, White Sox 2

Knights 9, Bulldogs 6

Warriors 10, Saints 8

Loons 11, Mudhens 8

Boilers 11, Hoosiers 5

Biscuits 16, Lugnuts 5

Tincaps 17, River Dogs 2

Mastodons 12, Foresters 3

Irish 11, Thunder 10

WASHINGTON CENTER

Nachos 4, Pepsi 2

Popcorn 9, Coke Cola 8

Hot Dogs 9, Cracker Jacks 7

Cotton Candy 5, Peanuts 2

Verlander 7, Rivera 5

Votto 6, Harper 5

Power Soccer at IPFW July 18-20

For the second consecutive year, Turnstone is hosting the Champions Cup Power Soccer National Championship. Teams from Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana and Missouri will compete at the IPFW Fieldhouse in three days of action. Admission is free. Come out and support your local Turnstone Flyers as they compete for a fourth national championship.

Tourney play starts Thursday, July 18 at 10 a.m. and goes until 3 p.m. Friday play resumes at 9 a.m. and goes until 3:30 p.m. Saturday play begins at 9 a.m. and will end with the championship at 2:30 p.m.

The Turnstone Flyers will play at 11:15 a.m. Thursday, July 18 vs. RHI Sudden Impact (Court 1) and 1:45 p.m. vs. Suwanee Sting (Court 2) and Saturday, July 19 at 10:15 a.m. vs. GLASA Fire.

For more information on this tourney, contact director Andrew Achenbach at 1-260-483-2100 Ext. 241 or Andrew@Turnstone.org

Women's soccer prospect camp at Indiana Tech

Indiana Tech head women's soccer coach Jim Lipocky will host his annual women's soccer prospect camp beginning Wednesday and running through Saturday.

It is the third year for the camp which is open to high school players looking to pursue collegiate soccer. The daily camp training schedule includes technical skills training and agility work, small-sided games and full-sided games with instruction provided by Indiana Tech coaches and players.

The camp will begin with registration from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Warrior Athletic Center. The first training session will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday Camp will end on Saturday at 11:30 a.m. (after lunch) at the Warrior Athletic Center.

For more information, call the Indiana Tech athletic office at 1-260-422-5561 ext. 2492 or visit http//www.indianatech.edu/athletics.

Turnstone offers paratriathlon

Turnstone will be partnering with Dare2tri to host a paratriathlon clinic. Dare2tri will provide certified instructors in running/pushing, biking/handcycling and swimming. Participants do not need to be able to do all three categories. The clinic will take place on July 26 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at South Side High School and natatorium. Lunch and equipment are provided. It's free. Partcipants must have a physcial disability.

For more information, contact Andrew Achenbach at 1-260-483-21900 Ext. 241 or Andrew@Turnstone.org.

Orchard Ridge results

Here are the results from the Orchard Ridge Country Club President's Cup Guest Day

1st Jere Leib/John Hettwer 58

2nd Kyle Koob/Joe Wolfcale 61