Mad Ants suffer first loss; Anderson plays for the USA | Sports

Duane Washington Jr. had 27 points, but his Mad Ants lost their first game of the season outside of Indiana – 111-108 against the Wisconsin Herd in Oshkosh on Friday night.

Terry Taylor had 23 points and 19 rebounds for the Mad Ants (4-1). Bennie Boatwright added 15 points and 11 rebounds.

Wisconsin (4-0) was overtaken by Wenyen Gabriels 19 points and Rayjon Tuckers 18 points.

Justin Anderson of the Mad Ants, who had 12 points and seven rebounds, joined Team USA with 12 players to qualify for the 2023 FIBA ​​World Cup.

He is leaving the Mad Ants to train at the University of Houston and participate in the first competition window, which will be played in Chihuahua, Mexico.


Guardian shield falls to the ground

When Cleveland fans bought the first Guardians merchandise available, when the team officially moved from Indians after 106 years, a sign installed outside the team store in Progressive Field peeled off its bracket and tumbled onto the sidewalk.


On the links

In Naples, Florida, Celine Boutier made seven birdies on the final 10 holes for a 7-under 65 and a 4-shot lead in the CME Group Tour Championship. She is at 14 under …

In St. Simons Island, Georgia, a strong wind swept from the Atlantic Ocean over Sea Island, and Oklahoma’s Talor Gooch was no problem tackling the exposed Seaside course for a 5 under 65 to take the lead in one fell swoop in the RSM classic. …

In Dubai, Collin Morikawa hit his par-3 tee on the 17th hole and the ball hit the water in the rough, only to hit a tee post and stay dry. An up and down for par followed by a birdie on the final hole resulted in him shooting a second 4 under 68 in a row, leaving him three strokes behind the lead in the DP World Tour Championship.


Tech women 20th at championships

The Indiana Tech Women’s Cross Country Program ranked 20th in the NAIA National Championships at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Championship Course in Vancouver, Washington. Lisa Voyles led with 18:47, finished 23rd, and became the fourth All-American in program history. Senior Jake Willison represented the Warriors in the men’s race, finishing 168th in 27:18.

IWU is withdrawing from the postseason

Indiana Wesleyan University announced that it has retired for the NAIA postseason soccer game because an unqualified academic player was accidentally played in several games that season, the school said. Indiana Wesleyan won’t play his scheduled game against Kansas Wesleyan University today.


Former NFL RB Stacy arrested

Former NFL returner Zac Stacy, 30, was arrested for aggravated assault and criminal mischief after his child’s mother showed a detective video last Saturday of assaulting her in her central Florida home, police said.


NASCAR brings qualifying back

NASCAR will bring both practice and qualifying for all three national series back to its weekend schedule in 2022. Activity on the route had largely been canceled for the past two seasons during the pandemic.

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