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Local Sports Report

Sports Report

Greg Murray

Wednesday, July 30

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BIG TEN FOOTBALL MEDIA DAY INTERVIEWS

2014 Big Ten Football Media Day is now in the books from Chicago. The Hoosiers sent head coach Kevin Wilson alongside quarterback Nate Sudfeld, wide receiver Shane Wynn, and linebacker David Cooper to the Hilton Hotel for several press conferences, photo shoots, and interviews with the local and national media.  

 

I was able to catch with all three Hoosier athletes one-on-one to talk upcoming storylines for this season.

 

Nate Sudfeld on how he will handle being the lone quarterback in the Hoosier system, and his adjustments with a new receiving core: Sudfeld Interview

 

Shane Wynn on the lessons he learned from last year's leaving receivers, and some younger Hoosier receivers that we should keep our eyes on: Wynn Interview

 

David Cooper is ready to lead the IU defense with a completely knew 3-4 defensive scheme. Here he is discussing the changes the defense have made with new defensive coordinator Brian Knorr: Cooper Interview

 

SNODGRASS TAKES BRONZE AT COMMONWEALTH GAMES

IU junior swimmer Brooklyn Snodgrass took the bronze medal on Tuesday in the 50-meter backstroke at the Commonwealth Games in Scotland. It was a tight race, and Snodgrass finished just 1/100th of a second ahead of fourth place in order to earn a medal.

 

CURT MILLER ANNOUNCES RESIGNATION 

 

After two seasons with the Indiana University women's basketball team, Curt Miller announced that he will resign as head coach, effective immediately. 

 

Miller led the Hoosiers to 32 wins over his first two seasons, including a school-record 21 in 2014. Indiana University Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics Fred Glass made the announcement in a school release.

 

"Curt Miller did an incredible job coaching this team, brining us farther, faster than anyone could have reasonably expected," Glass said. "He leaves the program in a very strong position and poised for much greater success. I respect his decision to resign, and I wish him well. The search for a permanent successor has already begun."

 

Until a new head coach is hired, Associate Head Coach Curtis Lloyd will serve as interim head coach. Glass said that he will ask the new head coach to keep all current assistant coaches on-staff, however ultimately it will be their decision. He also expects all other staff members to stay.

 

Area Spring Athletes Had Strong Academic Success

 

Not only was there plenty of success on the field for area athletes, but many local scholastic stars attained a high level of achievement in the class room. Here is a list of Academic All-State recipients from our listening area.

 

BASEBALL ACADEMIC ALL-STATE
Bryce Aldridge, Bloomington North
Blake Richardson, Bloomington North
Dylan Stutsman, Bloomington North
Max Williams, Bloomington North
Tyler Bivins, Bloomington South
Rex McHaley, Bloomington South
Gage Rogers, Bloomington South

BASEBALL - HONORABLE MENTION
Pete Allen, Bloomington North
Joe Crider, Bloomington South
Henry Niswander, Bloomington South
Jordan Parrott, Bloomington South

 

SOFTBALL – ACADEMIC ALL-STATE (HONORABLE MENTION)
Elizabeth Getz, Bloomington South
Hannah Walker, Bloomington South

 

BOYS TRACK & FIELD – ACADEMIC ALL-STATE
Charlie Ryan, Bloomington North
AJ Schultheis, Bloomington North
Griffin Tichenor, Bloomington North
Winston Winkler, Bloomington North
Jeremy Gornall, Bloomington South
Drew Miller, Bloomington South
Peter Voskuil, Bloomington South
Anthony Williams, Bloomington South
BOYS TRACK & FIELD – ACADEMIC ALL-STATE (HONORABLE MENTION)
Jacob Milhouse, Bloomington South
James Tanford, Bloomington South
Isaac Gluesenkamp, Brown County

 

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD – ACADEMIC ALL-STATE
Morgan Newman, Bloomington North
Kate Raphael, Bloomington North
Emma St. John, Bloomington North
Adeline Kautz, Bloomington South
Alexis Lewandowski, Bloomington South
Hallie Pedersen, Bloomington South

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD – ACADEMIC ALL-STATE (HONORABLE MENTION)
Isabel Roberts-Hamilton, Bloomington North
Veronica Fickel, Bloomington South
Madeline Kane, Bloomington South
Adi Reuveny, Bloomington South

 

GIRLS TENNIS ACADEMIC ALL-STATE
Megan Coghlan, Bloomington North
Sarah Coghlan, Bloomington North
Lauren Wicker, Bloomington North
Janani Krishnan, Bloomington South

 

COACH ROBERTSON VISITS B97

 

On Tuesday morning, Indiana Field Hockey head coach Amy Robertson stopped by the B97 studio to preview the upcoming field hockey season. The Hoosiers get the season started on August 19 against Miami (OH). Take a listen here: Amy Robertson Interview

 

LOCAL ALL-STATE HONORS GIVEN FOR SPRING SPORTS

 

The Post-Season awards continued recently for local area athletes.

Here is a list of All-State recipients from our listening area.

 

BASEBALL, CLASS 4A – HONORABLE MENTION
Gage Rogers, Bloomington South
Tyler Bivins, Bloomington South
Caleb Milner, Martinsville
 

SOFTBALL – 1st TEAM
Mena Fulton, Bloomington South*
 

BOYS TRACK & FIELD
Matthew Garrison, Bedford North Lawrence, Long Jump
Alex Olson, Bloomington South, High Jump
Deakin Volz, Bloomington South, Pole Vault*
Grant Stamm, Linton-Stockton, 110m High Hurdles, 300m Hurdles
 

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
Trinity Clements, Bloomington North, 300m Hurdles
Liz Iversen, Martinsville, Shot Put*
Micaela Hazelwood, Linton-Stockton, Shot Put & Discus
Trinity Clements, Gracie Heeb, Jaela Campbell, Kate Raphael - Bloomington North, 4x400m Relay
 

GIRLS TENNIS – 1st TEAM
Denise Azcui, Bloomington South*
 

*State Champion

 

SPRING SPORTS SEASON 2013-14 RECAP

Last month, the end of High School Golf season also brought an end to the high sports year 2013-14. Numerous area athletes and teams had quite a spring season to remember, with plenty of post-season awards and post-season team successes.

All-Conference Indiana awards were given out to individuals and coaches at both Bloomington North and Bloomington South in the following spring sports:

 

 

BASEBALL – 1ST TEAM
Bryce Aldridge, Bloomington North
Blake Richardson, Bloomington North
Dylan Stutsman, Bloomington North
Max Williams, Bloomington North
Tyler Bivins, Bloomington South
Rex McHaley, Bloomington South
Gage Rogers, Bloomington South

BASEBALL - HONORABLE MENTION
Pete Allen, Bloomington North
Joe Crider, Bloomington South
Henry Niswander, Bloomington South
Jordan Parrott, Bloomington South
Bloomington South Panthers Sectional Finalists

 

SOFTBALL – 1st TEAM
Emily Ridge, Bloomington North
Kenzey Ridge, Bloomington North
Whitney Ennis, Bloomington South
Mena Fulton, Bloomington South
Olivia White, Bloomington South

SOFTBALL – HONORABLE MENTION
Emily Liford, Bloomington North
Addie Benham, Bloomington South
Elizabeth Getz, Bloomington South
Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Class 4A Sectional Champions
Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Class 4A Regional Champions

Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Class 4A State Champions

 

BOYS TRACK & FIELD
4x400m Relay Team (John Earl Manns, Jop Horning, Delvon Wilson, Bryce Frazier), Bloomington North
Long Jump – Drew Ludwig, Bloomington North
110m High Hurdles – Danny Thomas, Bloomington South
High Jump – Alex Olson, Bloomington South
Pole Vault – Drew Volz, Bloomington South
Coach of the Year – Ernie Clark, Bloomington North
Bloomington North Cougars & Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Co-Sectional Champions
Bloomington North Cougars IHSAA Regional Champions
Drew Volz, Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA State Champion, Pole Vault

 

GIRLS TRACK & FIELD
100m Hurdles – Trinity Clements, Bloomington North
300m Hurdles – Trinity Clements, Bloomington North
High Jump – Ashley Hash, Bloomington North
100m – Megan Grabowski, Bloomington South
200m – Megan Grabowski, Bloomington South
4x100m Relay Team (Isabelle Conrad, Emily Morrone, Cameron Lien, Megan Grabowski), Bloomington South
Pole Vault – Emily Finley, Bloomington South
Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Sectional Champions
Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Regional Champions

 

BOYS GOLF
Ian Bailey, Bloomington North
Joe Weiler, Bloomington South
Nick Burris, Bloomington South
Sam Karcher, Bloomington South
Coach of the Year – Frank Wintin, Bloomington South
Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Sectional Champions
Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA State Tournament Finalists

 

GIRLS TENNIS
Taylor Bode, Bloomington North
Megan Coghlan, Bloomington North
Sarah Coghlan, Bloomington North
Megan Gardner, Bloomington North
Denise Azcui, Bloomington South
Janani Krishnan, Bloomington South
Lauren Whitlach, Bloomington South
Coach of the Year – Barb Mills, Bloomington North
Denise Azcui, Bloomington South Panthers IHSAA Individual Singles State Champion

All-Western Indiana Conference awards were given out to individuals and coaches at Edgewood, Brown County and Owen Valley in the following spring sports:

 

BASEBALL
Tanner Kolbe, Edgewood
Ben Krouse, Edgewood
Ryan Newman, Edgewood
Nick Raventos, Edgewood
Chase Snider, Brown County
Alex Walker, Brown County
Nolan King, Owen Valley
Casy Roberts, Owen Valley
Edgewood Mustangs IHSAA Class 3A Sectional Champions
Edgewood Mustangs IHSAA Class 3A Regional Finalists

 

SOFTBALL
Sydney Brinegar, Edgewood
Steffi Farkas, Edgewood
Nicole Salyers, Edgewood
Cheyenne Ellis, Brown County
Bri Harper, Brown County
Sarah Southerland, Brown County
Jennifer Morgan, Owen Valley
Madison Summerlot, Owen Valley

 

GIRLS TENNIS
Emily Maegerlein, Edgewood
Josie Grey, Brown County
Mary Kate McCann, Brown County
Whitney, Williamson, Brown County
Kayla Sarnick, Owen Valley

 

Lemonis Joins Hoosier Nation

On July 2, 2014 Indiana University announced the hiring of Chris Lemonis as Indiana’s new head baseball coach. Lemonis comes to Bloomington after eight seasons at the University of Louisville, where he served as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator. In his tenure there, he helped the Cardinals make three different College World Series appearances (’07, ’13, ’14).

 

On Monday, Coach Lemonis dropped by the station to chat: Lemonis Interview

 

 

 

 

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