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Posted on 2/14/2017, 2:19 PM

Capel Henshaw — Lewis

Henshaw got the start for Lewis on Saturday as he was one of two Flyers recognized on Senior Night. Henshaw played 29 minutes, finishing with three points in the teams 82-76 loss to Quincy, snapping a five-game winning streak.

Henshaw went 1-for-6 from the field and 1-of-5 from behind the arc, grabbing four rebounds, handing out eight assists and finishing with one turnover.

On Thursday, Henshaw had a pair of free throws, finishing with two points in Lewis University"s 94-73 win over Truman State.

Henshaw went 0-for-2 from the field and had five rebounds (three defensive), four assists and one turnover in 23 minutes.

Luke Horton — SIU

Horton set a PR in the 800 meters at the Music City Challenge in Nashville over the weekend. The Harrisburg native finished in 1:50.76 to move up to the No. 6 on SIU"s all-time list.

Darryl Sullivan — Tennessee

Sullivan set a freshman record at Tennessee when the Marion native cleared 7-feet-2.5 to win the high jump for the Vols at the Tiger Paw Invitational at Clemson over the weekend to qualify for the NCAA Indoor Nationals. Sullivan is now fifth in the UT record books.

Isaac Ingram — SIU

Ingram notched his fourth-straight toss of 65" or better in the weight throw. The Harrisburg product recorded a mark of 65-feet-11.50 on his fifth attempt to place fifth at the Music City Challenge in Nashville over the weekend.

Ryne Roper — Union

Roper went 1-for-2 with a double and an RBI in Union"s 23-5 loss to Maryville on Saturday. The loss snapped a six-game win streak for the Bulldogs. On Friday, Union took a pair of games from Maryville to improve to 6-0 on the season. In Game 1, Roper went 0-for-4 with a pair of strikeouts and in Game 2, Roper saw his first mound appearance of the season, working a scoreless ninth inning as he walked one and struck out one.

–Compiled by Michael Dann

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