Abby Witt

Contributing Writer


Women’s Soccer

On Oct. 17, the Lady Eagles lost 2-1 in overtime to the University of Rio Grande. The lone goal for Asbury came from junior Teryn Wright on a penalty kick after a foul occurred just inside the box. The Lady Eagles fell to 3-2 in the KIAC, and their overall record stands at 7-4. Asbury will take on Cincinnati Christian University at home on Oct. 25.


Men’s Soccer

The Eagles record moves to 5-6 after a 1-0 win over Toccoa Falls College on Oct. 17. With 28:34 remaining in the game, senior Garrett Davis scored his fifth goal of the season. A solid effort came from junior Jesse Peterson having four goals on frame and had an assist for the only goal of the game. The Eagles will face off against Campbellsville University on Oct. 21.


Women’s Volleyball

In a match against Brescia University on Oct. 16, the Eagles moved their record to 30-6 on the season. The Eagles took home the win in just three sets (25-8, 25-9, 25-20), and their winning streak moves to 18. Senior Sarah Sterling led the Eagles with ten kills, and senior Alyssa Downs led Asbury in digs with 17.

The Eagles moved their win streak to 20 after two wins against Indiana University East (25-17, 25-22, 20-25, 25-18) and University of the Cumberlands (25-15, 22-25, 25-16, 25-19). In game one, Sarah Sterling again led the Eagles in kills with eleven, and the senior group of Maddie Lewis, Lindsay Kurz, Alyssa Downs, and junior Kellianne Crouse each reached double digits in digs. With the win in game two, Asbury volleyball beat the school record for most consecutive wins. Their record moves to 30-6 on the season as they away their next game Kentucky State University on at home on Oct. 24.


Women’s Tennis

The Eagles record moves to 5-3 on the season in a win against Indiana University East on Oct. 17, with a score of 0-9. Beginning the match 5-0 due to lack of IU-East players, wins came from freshman Caitlin Conyers and Emily Ross as well as sophomore Victoria Horseman. The sophomore doubles team of Alex LoPrinzi and Juleah Morehouse also recorded a win. The Eagles are in action today for the KIAC tournament.