timberland trapper hat CP’s Aly Tetzloff making waves at Auburn
Tezloff leads the Tigers in individual wins this season.
Michigan State’s Racheal Bukowski (Crown Point) was first in the 50 free with a new pool record of 23.14 seconds against Oakland. The senior also won the 100 free for the eighth consecutive time in Friday’s loss to No. 3 Michigan.
Howe, who is in his second season in Evanston, was a 2010 National Champion at 165 pounds while at Wisconsin.
A dominant college and high school wrestler, Howe was 122 10 in college at both Wisconsin and Oklahoma. He earned four All America honors, three Big Ten titles and never finished lower than third in four trips to the NCAA Championships.
While at Hanover Central, he won three state titles and was 192 1 for his career. He also was a 2009 junior bronze medalist and a runner up at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Trials.
Michigan’s Stevan Micic (Hanover Central) won 19 5 at 133 pounds to lead the team to a stunning 19 17 victory over No. 4 Iowa in front of 10,418 fans on Jan. 27.
Running against some of the nation’s best, Austin ran the fastest time in school history by 12 seconds in 9 minutes, 23.58 seconds.
Pennington is sixth in the NJCAA Division II standings with 5.6 assists per game. Owens (17 4) is ranked sixth in the latest NJCAA Top 20.
Louisville’s Dana Evans (West Side) had four points, three steals and a game high five assists in the team’s 89 52 victory over Wake Forest. Evans added a game high six assists in a 77 41 victory over Virginia Thursday.
The Cardinals, who are 23 1 on the season, play at No. 1 UConn on Feb.
In the same meet, Wesley Slaughter (Chesterton) was a part of Wabash’s winning 200 freestyle relay team, while Ben Klimczak (LaPorte) was the winner in the 100 backstroke.
Chris Dabrowski (Highland) was second in the 500 free for the Little Giants.
Marian’s Matt Wielgus (Crown Point) was fifth in the one mile run and was also a member of the winning 3,200 meter relay team at Saturday’s Hillsdale (Mich.) Wide Track Classic.
Indiana State’s Scott Schreiber (LaPorte) was third in the long jump with a personal best 7.38 meters (24 2 feet) at the Meyo Invite at Notre Dame. 4 in the preseason Coaches’ Top 10 poll. The Warriors feature junior goalie Joe Dosen (Crown Point) and freshman Brandon Phipps (Crown Point). Dosen helped the team to a 12 6 record last season and the program’s first ever Wolverine Hoosier Athletic Conference regular season title. The squad opens its season on Feb. 17.