Deaf College athletes

fall season college athletes:

American Rivers College – Emily Wright, fr, volleyball
Bakersfield College – Adolfo Escudero-Mendoza, fr, cross country
Ball State, Brayden Johnson, upcoming fr, football 
Bethany Lutheran – Wesley Shade, jr, soccer
Buena Vista – Victoria Hodge, fr, women’s cross country
Centre – Gracie Fitzgerald, rising so, women’s soccer
College of the Desert – Marlin Bravo, fr, women’s soccer
Colorado – Jash Allen, football, SO
DePaul – Eddie Perry, rising so, men’s soccer
Drake – Ross Kennedy, so, football
Endicott – Sean Stoeppel, rising sophomore, men’s soccer
George Washington – Tom Cooklin, fr, men’s soccer
Glenville – Jacob Hartman, incoming fr, football
Hancock College – Crystal Sanchez, fr, women’s cross country
IPFW – Bailie Brown, incoming FR, cross country
Lipscomb – Grant Mason, incoming FR, cross country
Mary Hardin-Baylor – Khevon Shepard, FR, football
Misericordia – Kaitlyn Weatherby, sr, women’s swimming
Memphis – Caroline Duncan, so, women’s socer
Murray State – Sam Forden, jr, football
Nebraska – Todd Honas, rising sophomore, football
North Central College – Reagan Raymer, rising sophomore, volleyball
Oklahoma – Ferran Calvo, sr, men’s tennis
Oklahoma – Lauren McCutcheon, incoming fr 2020, volleyball
Oklahoma Baptist – Evan Allen, incoming FR, football
Penn State – Jonni Parker, FR, volleyball
Purdue-Fort Wayne – Bailie Brown, FR, women’s cross country
Redlands – Megan Houston, so, volleyball
Scranton – Claire Fitzpatrick, jr, women’s soccer
Southern Indiana – Ellie Tjelmeland, so, women’s cross country
Southwest Minnesota State – Aidan Mallory, fr, football
Tennessee – Gashaw Duhamel, so, cross country
Texas – Olivia Thompson, so, cross country
Truman State – Jaden Barr, so, football
Virginia Tech – Hannah Ballowe, 2019 incoming fr, women’s cross country
Wilkes – Madison Ensley, sr, field hockey

 

winter season collegiate athletes:

Aurora – Anders Lindgren, jr, men’s hockey
College of Canyons – Matt Flores, fr, men’s basketball
Davis, Univ of Cal – Rogers Printup, so, men’s basketball
Dominican – Samanatha Wessel, fr, women’s basketball
Ferrum – JD McMillin, fr, wrestling
Indiana Tech – Jason Boateng, fr, basketball
Iowa Lakes – Grayson Fries, fr, wrestling
Kentucky – Quade Green, fr, men’s basketball
Lakeland – Connor Ortman, fr, men’s basketball
Lipscomb – Grant Mason, rising so, indoor track
Louisiana State – Matthew Klotz, rising jr, swimming
Milwaukee School of Engineering – Garrett Gintoli, sr, hockey
Minot State – Tyler Sharron, rising sophomore, wrestling
Murray State College (2-year program) – Kelsey Johnson, fr, women’s basketball
Northern New Mexico – Deven Thompson, fr, men’s basketball
Red River College (Canada, 2-year college) – Evan Husack, fr, men’s volleyball
Renselaer Poly – Jessica Kugelman, rising junior, diving
Southern Illinois University – Grace Hale, fr, women’s swimming
St. Thomas Aquinas – Missy Sadler, so, women’s basketball
Tennessee – Gashaw Duhamel, so, indoor track
U of Southern Maine – Johnny Kyte, so, hockey
West Georgia – Tajah Fraley, fr, men’s basketball
Wooster – Molly Likins, so, women’s swimming

spring season collegiate athletes:
Bakersfield College – Adolfo Escudero-Mendoza, fr, track
Bloomsburg – Anthony Viggiano, incoming FR 2019, baseball
Colorado State – Haley Donaldson, rising JR, softball
Connecticut – Katherine Parker, fr, women’s lacrosse
Crowder Commnity College – Baylor Miles, fr, softball
Eastern Michigan – Lauren Holdsworth, fr, softball
Hinds Community College – Kenmarkis Meeks, fr, men’s track
IPFW – Bailie Brown, incoming FR, track
Lewis – Dara Sanders, jr, softball
Lenoir-Rhyne – Teanna Sieben, fr, women’s lacrosse
Lipscomb – Grant Mason, fr, track
Mary’s – Kasidy Chileen, so, softball
Missouri Western – Jordan Garr, so, men’s track
Newberry – Danton Hyman, jr, baseball
NJIT – Griffin Martin, fr, men’s lacrosse
North Alabama – Taryn Simmons, JR, women’s golf
North Central College – Reagan Raymer, fr, softball
Norwich – Adele Cousland, fr, softball
Oklahoma – Ferran Calvo, sr, men’s tennis
Old Dominion – John Keene, fr, baseball
Oregon State – Payton Goodrich, incoming 2018 FR, softball
Pacific University of Oregon – Kaylie Martindale, incoming FR 2019 softball
Purdue-Fort Wayne – Bailie Brown, FR, women’s track
Princeton, Dayo Abeeb, incoming FR, 2019, men’s track
Redlands – Sadie Pickering, so, women’s lacrosse
Siena Heights – Taylor Mowery, fr, softball
South Dakota State – True Thorne, fr, women’s track
Southern Indiana – Ellie Tjelmeland, so, women’s track
St. Thomas Aquinas – Missy Sadler, so, softball
Tennessee – Gashaw Duhamel, FR, track
Tennessee – Cailin Hannon, JR, softball
Texas – Olivia Thompson, so, track
Texas, Arlington – Gareth Ashton, fr, men’s track
Texas Lutheran – Haley Padilla, incoming FR 2018, softball
Troy – Chase Smartt, jr, baseball
Utica – Rob Bibisi, jr, baseball
Virginia Tech – Hannah Ballowe, 2019 incoming fr, women’s track
Washington College – Kelin McCloskey, jr, women’s rowing
Wilkes – Madison Ensley, so, softball

 

 

2020/01/15

DeafDigest Sports – January 15, 2020

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Hot DeafSports News at:
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— random deafsports thoughts

— basketball scores

— volleyball Spike Out invitation

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2019-20 basketball won/lost records
as of 01/15/20

go to:
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Division 1 & 2 Spike Out volleyball tournament

Maryland School for the Deaf will host both Division 1 & 2 Spike Out
tournament on October 2-3, 2020.

Please contact Andy Bonheyo  at andy.bonheyo@msd.edu if you
want to send your team to the tournament

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Colorado basketball

boys
Csdb 54 Miami Yoder 50

girls
Csdb girls lost 34-12 to Miami Yoder.

Luis Blandon Romero-17 points. 7-11 FG. 3-6 FT. 5 rebounds 2 assists 2
steals 1 turnover one block.

Angel Lopez- 9 points. 4-8 FG. 1-2 FT. 9 points. One rebound. Two
turnovers.

Daniel Cruz- 6 points. 3-6 FG. 10 rebounds. 2 assists. 1 steal. 1 block. 6
turnovers.

Vinny Garcia- 6 points. 2-6 FG. 2-2 FT. 2 rebounds. 2 assists. 3 steals. 1
block.

Issac Rodriguez- 14 points. 6-7 FG. 1-2 FT. One 3 point made. 4 rebounds.
One assist. One steal. 2 blocks. Two turnovers.

Jonah- 1-1 FG. 2 points.

Team FG 23-39
Team FT 7-12
Team 3pt FG 1-5 (Rodriguez)

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Fremont boys’ basketball

Jan 14 – 3rd League Game

Fremont Christian 29
CSD 68

CSD is now 10-2 (2-1). The team is traveling to Indiana for Clerc Classic
XX as the #3 seed to play #6 Florida on Jan 16.

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Fremont Girls’ Basketball

Talia Boren led CSD w/10 points & 9 rebounds in a 30-39 point loss to
hometown rival Fremont Christian. Had a Meyer had 10 rebounds for the
Eagles
before boarding the plane for Clerc Classic. See you in Indy!

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Lexington Girls Basketball

January 14, 2020 Game #13

Lexington at Martin Luther

LEX – 11 – 8 – 12 – 4 = 35
ML   – 17-13 -18 – 5 = 48

ML led at Halftime: 30 – 19

Brianna R. – 13 pts, 12 rebounds, 1 steal
Ava V. – 11 pts, 7 rebounds, 4 assists, 2 steals
Julianna V. – 6 pts, 2 rebounds, 1 block
Lawryn H. – 5 pts, 6 rebounds, 1 assist, 1 steal
Alexandra Q. – 8 rebounds, 4 assists,
Keferny M. – 7 rebounds, 1 assist

Record: 9 – 4

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Minnesota girls’ basketball

Lost to NOVA Classical Academy 30-56
Record 3-6

Our players did not box out throughout the game and the score showed that.
Otherwise, a great game. The box-outs hurt us with the other team’s size.

J. Johnson (#5)- 8 points, 3 rebounds, 2 steals and 1 block
D. Schwartz- 14 points, 5 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 blocks

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Missouri boys’ basketball

Missouri school for the Deaf traveled to Highbee

January 14, 2020

Missouri School for the Deaf    13     14    16    12   = 55
Higbee                          20       9   18     24   = 71

Halftime Higbee lead 29 to 27.   Third quarter, We lead 35 to 34 in last 4
minutes but we did not catch up to a tie. End of  3rd quarter they lead 47 to
43.

Missouri

Jayden Riordan  26 points, 6 rebounds and 2 assists

Mikal Meriwether 19 points and 17 points

Hezeki Smoot     6 points, 9 rebounds, and  4 steals

Record conf 3 – 4 overall 5 -4

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Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, January 13, 2020 at 7:30 PM

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 47

Berman Hebrew Academy: 42

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Ohio boys’ basketball

January 11 results – OSD boys won both games against Western Penn. SD
(12:30pm) and Rochester SD (3:30pm)

OSD       18-30-42-54

WPSD    13-27-34-44

Record: 4-4

OSD       12-26-45-63

RSD        15-23-33-48

Record 5-4

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

OSD vs Ryan
27-62

OSD vs Life Christian
50-25

Our record is 6-9

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Oklahoma boys basketball

January 13, 2020

Oklahoma – 64
Ryan – 60

Record: 7-7

January 14, 2020

Oklahoma – 70
Life Christian Academy – 36

Record: 8-7

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

1/13/20, Monday, we traveled to Delaware School for the Deaf. We were in
the confidence to play and team work on the court. We got scores fast and
solid defense
until end of game. We won, 45-7.
Aquil Roane 18 pts, 7 rebounds, 6 blocks and 4 steals
Peter Dammer 6 pts, 9 rebounds, 5 assists, and 8 steals
Darnell Godbolt 6 pts 3 rebounds and 6 steals
Ronnie Lewis 8 pts 3 steals and 3 blocks
Jibreal Id-Deen 2 pts 3 rebounds and 2 steals
Alex Rivera 2 pts and 1 rebounds
Hamza Abdulsalam 3 pts 3 rebounds 1 steal and 1 block

Record: 2-5

Next game on 1/16/20, Thursday @ Lexington, 4:45 PM

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

1/13/2020, Monday, the Lady Panthers traveled to Delaware School for the
Deaf.  The girls were able to take an early lead with fast breaks, great
defense, and a lot
of teamwork. The Lady Panthers maintained the lead throughout the whole
game and won 41-14.

Maysan Id-deen: 19 points, 7 rebounds, 3 blocks, 2 steals

Gia DiGiacomo: 6 points, 1 steal, 2 rebounds, 2 assists

Natalya Gilmore: 2 points, 7 rebounds, 1 block

Ashley Lewis: 4 points, 3 rebounds

Sarah Mitchell: 6 points, 1 steal, 4 rebounds

Mecca Scott: 4 points, 3 steals 2 rebounds

Record: 4-2

Next game on 1/16/20, Thursday @ Lexington, 3:15 PM.

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Phoenix basketball

Boys: Mohave (6-3) 68, PDSD (2-12) 17

Girls: Mohave (4-4) 49, PDSD (5-8) 20

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Riverside Girls and Boys Basketball

We played United Christian Academy tonight.  Girls won 51-39 to remain
undefeated in league play.  Record: 13-2 (5-0).  Boys won 52-51 after being
down by 8 late in the game.  Record: 5-7 (3-2).  Next up: at Clerc Classic
in Indianapolis – girls vs. Florida and boys vs. Maryland.

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Texas basketball

Boys Junior Varsity
Vanguard College Preparatory School, 29
Texas, 39

Record: 4-1

Boys Varsity
Vanguard College Preparatory School, 40
Texas, 34

Record: 14-5

Girls Varsity
Vanguard College Preparatory School, 16
Texas, 58

Record: 22-2

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD Girls 20 to Harvest Baptist 28

Overall Record: 8-5

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random deafsports talk

This is a true story. Bob Westermann was a first
year coach with the Model football team in 1977.

Model had a 3-5 record in its first season of
football, but they were winless against deaf
teams (0-3) but were able to defeat hearing
teams (3-2).

Bob and his coaching staff was puzzled why
they couldn’t defeat deaf teams that were
really not that much stronger than hearing
teams.

He then realized he did not hide his
sideline signals from the other deaf
teams. They were watching his signals
and making adjustments to foil Model!

Since that season, he and his staff
became more careful in hiding their
signals so that opposing teams cannot
spy on it.

Just almost immediately during the following
seasons Model became a national powerhouse
among deaf teams.

When asked about it, Bob was angry –
saying it is the coaches’ code of ethics
not to spy on signals from the other teams!

Deaf eyes. Hearing eyes – same thing,
to try to spy on other teams’ signals!

Well, the baseball electronic spying
scandal continues to another day.

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