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Schedule


Fall 2016 Scrimmage Schedule

DATE OPPONENT/EVENT LOCATION TIME/RESULT
8/21

GRAC JUCO Showcase
Indiana State
Terre Haute, IN

1 p.m.

8/27 Frontier Community College Ina, IL Noon
9/8 John A. Logan College Ina, IL 3 p.m.
9/10

St. Joe's Showcase
Lincoln Trail College
Desmoines Area Community College
Rensselaer, IN


11:30 a.m.
3 p.m.
9/17 St. Louis Recruits
Charleston Fighting Squirrels
Ina, IL TBA
TBA
9/18 DC Baseball
Hitters Academy
Ina, IL TBA
TBA
9/20 John A. Logan College Carterville, IL 3 p.m.
9/24

Austin Peay Showcase
Wabash Valley College
Vincennes University
Clarksville, TN


3 p.m.
8 p.m.
9/27 Southeastern Illinois College Ina, IL 3 p.m.
9/30 Lakes Area Dodgers Ina, IL TBA
10/4 Southeastern Illinois College Harrisburg, IL 2 p.m.
Home games in BOLD

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Baseball Roster


Fall 2016 - Spring 2017

No. Name B/T Pos. Class Ht. Wt. Hometown / High School
  Jacob Ahrens     FR     McHenry, IL / McHenry West
  Brady Austin     FR     Metropolis, IL / Massac County
  Raleigh Ball     FR     Bristol, IN / Concord
  Adam Banach     SO     Scheller, IL / Pinckneyville Community
  Jay Benard     FR     Metropolis, IL / Massac County
  Brady Bibbs     FR     Hornersville, MO / Senath-Hornersville
  Grant Brueggenjohan     FR     Ballwin, MO / Parkway West
  Billy Burgett     FR     Bowling Green, KY / Warren Central
  TJ Byrd     FR     Chicago, IL / Morgan Park
  Cody Clark     FR     Calvert City, KY / Marshall County
  Ostin Clark     SO     Camden, IN / Delphi Community
  Dixon Craft     FR     Hopkinsville, KY / Christian County
  Caleb Dahn     SO     Pinckneyville, IL / Pinckneyville Community
  Chance Egnor     FR     Shephardsville, KY / North Bullitt
  Dakota Farthing     SO     McLeansboro, IL / Hamilton County
  Hunter Fiorito     FR     Batavia, IL / Lake Park Community
  Josh Floyd     FR     Rockfield, KY / Warren Central
  Grant Hall     FR     Toledo, OH / St. John's Jesuit HS & Academy
  Cortland Hampton     FR     Central City, KY / Muhlenberg County
  Josh Hart     FR     Frankfort, IL / Lincoln Way North
  Darick Hayes     FR     Mt. Vernon, IL / Mt. Vernon Township
  Dakota Head     SO     Benton, IL / Benton Consolidated
  Kyler Helms     FR     Richmond, IN / Richmond
  Matt Herman     FR     St. Louis, MO / Kirkwood
  Garrett Karoski     FR     West Frankfort, IL / Frankfort Community
  Jacob Kelly     FR     Shepardsville, KY / North Bullitt
  Chris Larson     FR     Richmond, IN / Richmond
  Tanner Maskey     SO     Springfield, IL / Springfield
  Reed Millwood     FR     Mt. Vernon, IL / Mt. Vernon Township
  Kaleb Miller     FR     Sesser, IL / Sesser-Valier
  Garrett Minks     FR     Woodlawn, IL / Woodlawn Community
  JT Moore     FR     Cobden, IL / Cobden
  TJ Satterly     SO     Louisville, KY / Male Traditional
  Bailey Schimpf     FR     Zeigler, IL / Zeigler-Royalton
  Dylan Smith     FR     Woodlawn, IL / Woodlawn Community
  Sam Troyer     SO     Goshen, IN / Northridge
  Jake Vernon     SO     Elkhart, IN / Concord
  Ian Walters     FR     Paducah, KY / McCracken County
  Martin Ward     SO     Macedonia, IL / Benton Consolidated
  Jack Wolfe     FR     Orland Park, IL / Carl Sandburg
  Jordan Yenne     FR     Glenn Carbon, IL / Edwardsville Senior
  Zach Zarifian     FR     Beach Park, IL / Zion Benton Township

Head Coach Tony Etnier (2006-present)
Office: 618-437-5321, Ext. 1282

Assistant Coaches

Jason Belk (2014 - present)
Larry Bozic (2008 - present)

Strength Coach

Tyler O'Daniel (2014 - present)

Baseball Coaches


Tony Etnier - Head Coach

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Playing Experience

  • Played professionally for the Cook County Cheetahs of the Frontier League, 1 Year, 2002
  • Played at Blackburn College, 1 Year, 2001-2002
    • 27-15 Overall Record
    • Broke school record for wins
    • SLIAC Conference Champions 2002 (1st in School History)
    • Conference Player of the Year 2002 (1st in School History)
    • Set school records for Innings Pitched (Single Season), Strikeouts (Single Season), Hits (Game)
  • Played at Lindsey Wilson College, 1 Year, 2000-2001
    • 28-26 Overall Record
  • Played at Olney Central College, 2 Years, 1998-1999, 1999-2000
    • 89-33 Combined Overall Record
    • Tied school record for wins (1999) 44-17
    • Broke school record for wins (2000) 45-16
    • GRAC Conference Champions (2000)

Previous College Coaching Experience

Assistant Baseball Coach, Southern Illinois University – Carbondale, 2 Years, 2004-2005, 2005-2006

  • 71-46 Combined Record

Assistant Coach, Blackburn College, 2 Years, 2002-2003, 2003-2004

  • 48-35 Combined Record
    • SLIAC Conference Champions (2004)

Head Baseball Coach, Rend Lake College

  • Hired on July 1st 2006
  • 265-247 Overall Record in 10 seasons
  • 2008 Region 24 Championship
  • 2008 Region 24 Coach of the Year
  • 7 Warriors taken in MLB draft
  • 60 Former players moved on to 4 year schools, 19 to Division 1’s
  • NJCAA All-Academic Team 2011,2013
  • Currently Serves as the Academic Advisor to the Athletics Department.
  • Earned Bachelor of Arts in Physical Education from Blackburn College and Master of Science in Education – Kinesiology from Southern Illinois University.
  • Resides in Mt Vernon, IL with wife, Abby, and sons Parker and Payton.

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Larry Bozic
Assistant Coach (2008 - Present)

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Jason Belk
Assistant Coach (2015 - Present)

Coach Belk enters his first season on the Rend Lake Warrior coaching staff serving as the Warriors pitching coach and recruiting coordinator. Belk spent the previous two seasons at Kirkwood Community College in Cedar Rapids, IA. Belk helped guide the Eagles to a 32-22 record in 2015 and a 31-18 record in 2014. Coach Belk spent the 2012-13 season at Black Hawk College in Moline, IL. While at BHC, he led the Braves to a 32-17 record and his pitching staff to a 2.55 team ERA which ranked 3rd in the NJCAA.

Prior to coaching at BHC, he was an assistant coach at Eastern Illinois University of the Ohio Valley Conference from 2010-2012. He worked primarily with the catchers, the offense and coached 3rd base. Belk’s first coaching position was as a graduate assistant coach at Saint Ambrose University from 2008-2010.

Belk has also coached in Summer Collegiate Baseball Leagues since 2008. During the summer of 2008, Belk coached the Tradewater Pirates to a K.I.T. league championship and led the league in every major pitching category (wins, ERA, strikeouts). During the summers of 2009-10 and 2013-14, Belk coached the Mankato MoonDogs of the prestigious Northwoods League. His role was pitching coach in 2009 and 2010 and hitting coach in 2013 and 2014. His 2009 pitching staff holds the MoonDogs record for team ERA (2.50) and is 5th all-time in the NWL.

As a prep, Belk was a three-time all-conference award winner for Davenport North High School in Davenport, IA. He was an All-State catcher in 2003 and an All-State Pitcher in 2004. In 2004 he was awarded the Bob Feller award, awarded to Iowa’s top high school pitcher. Belk began his playing career at Kirkwood Community College in 2004-05 as he helped lead the Eagles to a 42-17 record. In 2005-06, he transferred to play at Chandler-Gilbert Community College in Chandler, AZ. Coach Belk ended his playing career for the University of Iowa during the 2006-07 and 2007-08 seasons where he led the team in ERA both seasons.

Coach Belk earned his Associate’s Degree from Chandler-Gilbert Community College in 2006, his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Iowa in 2008 and went on to earn his Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from St. Ambrose University in 2010.

Belk is also an associate scout for the Los Angeles Angels under Joel Murrie. His three younger brothers all played college baseball. Kevin played at Kirkwood CC and University of Indianapolis, Collin played at Kirkwood CC and IUPFW, and Ryan played baseball at Kirkwood CC. Belk’s cousin, Mike Butcher, is the current pitching coach for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Jason currently resides in Cambria, IL with his wife, Abby.

Tyler O'Daniel
Strength and Conditioning Coach (2014 - Present)

Warriors Moving On


2016
Zach Becherer, Troy, IL (Delta State University)
Brodie Brown, Carmi, IL (University of Southern Indiana)
Tristan Cummings, Lynnville, IN (Oakland City University)
Brock Fulkerson, Mt. Vernon, IL (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)
Justin Hayden, Mayfield, KY (University of Evansville)
Hunter Johnson, Louisville, KY (University of Indiana Southeast)
Marquise Lanier, Warsaw, VA (Chowan University)
Luke McConnell, Shelbyville, IL (Millikin University)
Aiden McMahan, Wolf Lake, IL (Southeast Missouri State University)
Dalton Mitchell, Metropolis, IL (Alabama A&M)
Levi Tanner, Johnston City, IL (Kentucky Wesleyan University)
Dayton Tripp, Goreville, IL (Lipscomb University)

2015
Dallas Adkins, Louisville, KY (Berea College)
Daris Box, Mt. Vernon, IL (Harris-Stowe State University)
Derek Flaugher, Mt. Zion, IL (Eastern Illinois University)
Kyle Goodman, Louisville, KY (Indiana University Southeast)
AJ Hummel, Aurora, IN (University of Cincinnati Clermont)
Paul Knapp, Xenia, IL (McKendree University)
Eli Miller, Shelbyville, IL (Missouri S&T University)
Cory Renois, Belleville, IL (Robert Morris College)

2014
Will Fisher, Havanna, IL (Central Methodist)
Trey Garrett, Benton, IL (Florida International University)
Jarrett Luckett, Louisville, KY (Blackburn College)
Logan Tabor, Marissa, IL (Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne)
Alex Wittenauer, Waterloo, IL (Lindenwood University Belleville)

2013
Nick Andros, Goreville, IL (Lipscomb University)
Trey Bailey, Shelbyville, KY (University of Kentucky)
Jarrett Bednar, Decatur, IL (Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville)
Brad Bozic, West Frankfort, IL (Mid-Continent University)
Ty Broady, Greenville, KY (St Catherine College)
Tirey Burch, Santa Claus, IN (Ohio University)
Justin Busekrus, O’Fallon, IL (Palm Beach Atlantic University)
Aaron Choate, Mt. Vernon, IN (University of Southern Indiana-Evansville)
Ethan Collins, Evansville, IN (Oakland City University)
Blake Deaton, Mt Vernon, IL (Truman State University)
Cory Farrow, Elizabethtown, KY (Lipscomb University)
Brandon George, Du Quoin, IL (Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville)
Devin Luckett, Louisville, KY (Spalding University)
Jason O’Brien, Emden, IL (Quincy University)
Brady Wright, Jonesboro, IL (Southeast Missouri State University)

2012

Steve Draper, Alto Pass, IL (Southern Wesleyan University)

Andrew Edwards, Gilbertsville, KY (Western Kentucky University)

Jordan Fortner, Mt. Zion, IL (William Jewell College)
Greg Guest, Nashville, IL (Murray State University)
Garrett Hunt, Benton, KY (Kentucky Wesleyan University)
Dalton Mellott, Owensboro, KY (Brescia University)
Alex Posey, Cary, IL (University of Illinois - Chicago)

Nolan Ray, Evansville, IN (Kentucky Wesleyan University)
Reggie Young, Louisville, KY (Morehead State University)

 

2011                                                                                             

Richard Arias, Lynn, MA (Mid-Continent University)

Nathan Dorris, Marion, IL (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

John Easter, Blue Mound, IL (Millikin University)

Kyle Hudson, Herrin, IL (Spalding University)

Ben Klaustermeier, Edwardsville, IL (University of Missouri - St. Louis)

Tyler O'Daniel, Calvert City, KY (University of Indianapolis)

Daniel Peters, Decatur, IL(Central Methodist University)

Gavin Petrea, Salem, IL (University of Indianapolis)

Ryan Quick, Mt. Vernon, IL (Austin Peay State University)

Kaleb Warren, Herrin, IL(Lindenwood University - Belleville)

Alex Wood, Marion, KY (University of Indianapolis)

2010                                                                                              

Tomas Rodriguez, Camuy, PR (Mid-Continent University)

Patrick Flanagan, Salem, IL (Bradley University)

Luke Shuemaker, Paducah, KY (Murray State University)

AJ Martin, Belleville, IL (Central Methodist University)

Raymond Fuentes, Isabella, PR (Central Methodist University)

Freddie Cabrera, Capiro, PR (Central Methodist University)

Kendal Tolliver, Carbondale, IL (Central Methodist University)

Raymond Delvalle, Miami, FL (Kentucky Wesleyan Univ.)

Spencer Ammons, Durant, OK (Univ. of Missouri-St. Louis)

2009                                                                                              

Eric Davis,Pontiac, IL (Austin Peay State University )

Jacob Wente, Steelville, IL (Southeast Missouri State University)

Jesse Schmidt, O'Fallon, IL (Lindenwood University)

Daniel Edwards, Paducah. KY (Mid-Continent University)

2008                                                                                              

Chase Kittinger (University of Indianapolis)

Cory White (University of Indianapolis)

Lincoln Talley (Kentucky Wesleyan)

Ed Draper ( Judson University)

Giovanni Rivera (Florida Memorial University)

Troy Sitton ( Union University)

2007                                                                                              
Adam Akin – University of Evansville/University of Indianapolis

Brandon Braboy – University of Indianapolis
Nick Wooley – SIU–Edwardsville
Kyle Dickey – Kentucky Wesleyan University
Tony Cash – St Thomas University ( Miami, FL)

Cort Alsop (Indiana University, Southeast)

2006                                                                                              
Chris Crank (SIU-C)
Chris Clark (Delta State University)
Ryan Payne (St. Joesph's College)

2005                                                                                              
Seth Hall (SIU-E)
Elijah Hiatt (Berry College)
Daniel Jewett (Northern Illinois)
Aaron Johnson (Armstrong Atlantic)
Corey Lewis (SIU-E)
Kyle Schwartz (Campbellsville University)

2004                                                                                              
Nick Keener (Oakland City University, IN)
Steve Mueller (Webster University, MO)
Brandon Hammons (Morehead State University)
Taylor Nahm (Webster University, MO)
Roy Irle (Brewton Parker, GA)
Tadd Brewer (Lipscomb University, TN)

2003                                                                                              
Jake Shore (Missouri Baptist University,
St. Louis, MO)
Chris Rich (Arkansas State University)
Brian Davis (University of Southern Indiana)
Jay Fadde (University of Southern Indiana)

2002                                                                                              
Mike Breyman (University of Kentucky)
Scott Steinbrecher (Austin Peay)
Nolan Bastien (University of Indianapolis)
Kevin Bryant (Morehead State University)
Ryan Gratten (Palm Beach Atlantic)
Lance Johnston (Morehead State University)
Keith Black (Trevecca, TN)

2001                                                                                              
Ryan "Pudge" Bethel (Tennessee-Martin, TN)
Pat Frank (Kent State, OH)
Mitch Preumer (Purdue University, IN)
Brandon Dietz (Lindsey-Wilson, KY)

2000                                                                                              
Joe Flick (Belmont University)
Luke Miller (University of Evansville)
Zach Brison (University of Evansville)
Dusty Rinehart (Indiana Tech)
Pat Tobin (University of Maine)
Rick Okis (Wayne State)
Simon Auter (University of Tennessee Martin)
Tommy Pearce (West Virginia State)

1999                                                                                              
Justin Norwood (Grand Valley State)
Dustin Vugteveen (Grand Valley State)
Corey Alsop (Georgetown College)
Matt Eldridge (Marshall University)

1998                                                                                              
Dan DeMent (University of Alabama @ Birmingham)
Jeff Houston (Southern Illinois University @ Carbondale)
Dan Firlit (Southwest Missouri State)
Chris Gray (Murray State)
Brad Turner (Ball State)
Chris Bernard (Southwest Baptist University)
Corey Cinnamon (Union College)
Chris Hargett (Louisville)
Kris Ferrell (Indiana-Southeast)
Beau Parton (Tiffin University)
Eric Asbury (Kentucky State University)

 

REND LAKE BASEBALL RECRUITING


 

  1. Recruit players with character.
  2. Convince players to believe in themselves.
  3. Convince players to believe in coaches.
  4. Recruit players who love to play in a Rend Lake uniform.
  5. Recruit players who want to and will graduate.
  6. Recruit players who want to win.
  7. Recruit players who want to improve as a player.
  8. Recruit players who want to improve as a person.
  9. Recruit players who will be a positive contributing member of society.

WHY PLAY AT REND LAKE?

Academically:

  • Learn in a small classroom environment.
  • Study with professors who care about you as a person and as a student.
  • Receive the finest preparation and a quality AA degree.
  • Challenged to develop academically, socially, and athletically.
  • Maintain a team GPA above a 3.0.

Baseball:

  • Chance to contribute and play immediately.
  • Play in one of the finest conferences in the country (GRAC).
  • Compete against the best athletes and teams in college baseball.
  • Opportunity to be seen by pro scouts many times throughout the year.
  • Opportunity to develop on the field (not on the bench at a four-year college).

There are names that may be more recognized than Rend Lake, but our athletes are just as prepared on and off the field. In the process of receiving a quality education in a small, caring environment, you will be part of building and maintaining a championship-level program at the Junior College level. You will be prepared to move on to the highest level possible.

WHY PLAY ANYWHERE ELSE?

Contact or for more information.
Check out the RLC Baseball Twitter page (@RLC_Baseball) and Facebook page.
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Warriors Gone Pro


 

 

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Zach Becherer
(Atlanta Braves)
RHP
2016

 

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Dayton Tripp
(Atlanta Braves)
RHP
2016

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Nick Andros
(Kansas City Royals)
LHP
2015

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Andrew Edwards
(Kansas City Royals)
RHP
2013
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Nathan Dorris
(Chicago Cubs)
RHP
2012
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Freddie Cabrera
(Los Angeles Dodgers)
RHP
2011
MILB Stats

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Nick Wooley
(Kansas City Royals)
RHP
2009

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Cory White
(Cleveland Indians)
RHP
2008

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Brandon Braboy
(New York Yankees)
2008

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Zach Petersime
(Baltimore Orioles)
RHP
2008

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Dan Firlit
(St. Louis Cardinals)
2000

 

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 Dan DeMent
(Washington Nationals)
2000

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Kyle Geiger
(Minnesota Twins)
2002

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Mike Siefert
(Toronto Blue Jays)
2002

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Jim Abbott
(Minnesota Twins)
1999

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Ryan Spille
(Toronto Bluejays)
1999

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Jeff Kennard
(New York Tankees)
2000

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Bobby Mosby
(Cincinnati Reds)
2002

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Neal Frendling
(Tampa Bay Devil Rays)
1998

Other: Chad Stonebaugh (Kansas City Royals 1988)

 

 

 

 

Baseball News


01/17/2012

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD: Warriors kick start indoor season at Saluki Open

CARBONDALE, Ill. – Rend Lake College found some success on the indoor track this past weekend in Carbondale. It was coach Eric Alberter and the Warriors’ season opener at the 2012 Southern Illinois University Saluki Open, featuring teams like SIUC, Murray State, Missouri State, Missouri Baptist and more.

RLC freshman Micah Washington (Arkansas) finished fifth in the high jump with a mark of 6 feet and 6 inches. In the 60 meter dash, Demarcus Brooks (Springfield) took second in 6.79 seconds while Tremaine Gordon (Evanston) tied Jackson State’s Richard Kelly for sixth place in 6.98. Brooks took fourth in the 200 meter dash (22.25) with Gordon coming in sixth (22.55). Also in the 200, Lamar Blandon (Waukegan) finished 23rd (23.31) and Chris James (Kentwood, Mich.)was 26th (23.36).

Sammie Bybe (Akin) came in 25th (2:59.81) and Kristina Wilson (Sparta) 26th (3:05.05) in the 800m. Sophmore Aleigh Eggemeyer (Walsh) finished 20th in the mile run (5:52.83).

Maurice Taylor II (Baltimore) came in ninth in the 400 (51.69) and Tyler Kiefer (Sparta) finished 31st (1:00.17). Holland Sherrer (Bridgetown, N.J.) took third in the 800m with a time of 1:58.86 and teammate Dameon Morgan (Edwardsville) finished seventh in the race in 2:00.30. In the mile run, David Lambus (St. Louis) was ninth in 4:25.93 and Tivosiel Rivera (Swedesboro, N.J.) was 23rd in 4:48.66. Lambus finished 23rd in the 3,000m in 9:23.80.

After finishing second in the prelims with a time of 8.30, James struggled in the finals, dropping to eighth with a time of 8.55. However, teammate Fred Roberts (Maple Heights) finished fourth in the finals with a time of 8.30.

RLC’s 4x400 relay team of Anthony Golowach (Cary), Maurice Sapp (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.), Sherrer and Morgan finished fourth in 3:28.58.

Shon Kyle (Imperial, Mo.) took eighth with a throw of 48 feet and 11.75 inches in the shot put and Jeff Stewart (Broughton) took 10th with a best of 48 feet, 0.5 inches. In the weight throw, Kyle took 16th with a mark of 46-04.25.

Up next for the Warriors is the Gladstein Invitational, Jan. 20 and 21, in Bloomington, Ind. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

CARBONDALE, Ill. – Rend Lake College found some success on the indoor track this past weekend in Carbondale. It was coach Eric Alberter and the Warriors’ season opener at the 2012 Southern Illinois University Saluki Open, featuring teams like SIUC, Murray State, Missouri State, Missouri Baptist and more.

RLC freshman Micah Washington (Arkansas) finished fifth in the high jump with a mark of 6 feet and 6 inches. In the 60 meter dash, Demarcus Brooks (Springfield) took second in 6.79 seconds while Tremaine Gordon (Evanston) tied Jackson State’s Richard Kelly for sixth place in 6.98. Brooks took fourth in the 200 meter dash (22.25) with Gordon coming in sixth (22.55). Also in the 200, Lamar Blandon (Waukegan) finished 23rd (23.31) and Chris James (Kentwood, Mich.)was 26th (23.36).

Sammie Bybe (Akin) came in 25th (2:59.81) and Kristina Wilson (Sparta) 26th (3:05.05) in the 800m. Sophmore Aleigh Eggemeyer (Walsh) finished 20th in the mile run (5:52.83).

Maurice Taylor II (Baltimore) came in ninth in the 400 (51.69) and Tyler Kiefer (Sparta) finished 31st (1:00.17). Holland Sherrer (Bridgetown, N.J.) took third in the 800m with a time of 1:58.86 and teammate Dameon Morgan (Edwardsville) finished seventh in the race in 2:00.30. In the mile run, David Lambus (St. Louis) was ninth in 4:25.93 and Tivosiel Rivera (Swedesboro, N.J.) was 23rd in 4:48.66. Lambus finished 23rd in the 3,000m in 9:23.80.

After finishing second in the prelims with a time of 8.30, James struggled in the finals, dropping to eighth with a time of 8.55. However, teammate Fred Roberts (Maple Heights) finished fourth in the finals with a time of 8.30.

RLC’s 4x400 relay team of Anthony Golowach (Cary), Maurice Sapp (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.), Sherrer and Morgan finished fourth in 3:28.58.

Shon Kyle (Imperial, Mo.) took eighth with a throw of 48 feet and 11.75 inches in the shot put and Jeff Stewart (Broughton) took 10th with a best of 48 feet, 0.5 inches. In the weight throw, Kyle took 16th with a mark of 46-04.25.

Up next for the Warriors is the Gladstein Invitational, Jan. 20 and 21, in Bloomington, Ind. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

01/23/2012

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD: Warriors return with top-5 finishes at Indiana University

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Rend Lake College track and field athletes made some waves this past weekend at Indiana University’s 2012 indoor Gladstein Invitational.

Demarcus Brooks (Springfield, Ill.) took third in the 60 meter dash (6.84) with teammate Tremaine Gordon (Evanston, Ill.) coming in 12th (7.03). Brooks finished fourth (21.99) and Gordon sixth (22.23) in the 200m.

Anthony Golowach (Cary, Ill.) took fourth in the 400m with a time of 50.52. Maurice Taylor II (Baltimore) finished eighth in the race at 51.10. Dameon Morgan (Edwardsville, Ill.) finished fifth (1:20.02) and Holland Sherrer (Bridgetown, N.J.) sixth (1:22.74) in the 600m. Tivosiel Rivera (Swedesboro, N.J.) came in 23rd in the 800m (2:06.17). Former Warrior Boaz Lalang’s time of 1:47.82 on Feb. 1, 2008 still stands as the record at IU’s Gladstein Field House.

In the mile run, David Lambus (St. Louis) finished seventh in 4:20.71. In the women’s mile run, RLC sophomore Aleigh Eggemeyer (Walsh) came in 29th in 5:47.50. She then turned around and finished 31st in the 3,000 meter run (11:43.91).

Fred Roberts (Maple Heights, Ill.) finished fourth in the 60 meter hurdles (8.28) and Chris James (Kentwood, Mich.) came in 10th (8.55). RLC’s 4x400m relay team of Golowach, Maurice Sapp (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.), Sherrer and Morgan took sixth place in 3:22.58. In the high jump, RLC’s Micah Washington (Arkansas) took third with a jump of 6 feet, 8 inches. Golowach came in sixth with a jump of 6-2.75. Jeff Stewart (Broughton, Ill.) came in fourth in the shot put with a throw of 51-06.50 while Shon Kyle was 13th in the weight throw (49-04.25) with Stewart finishing 19th (37-08.00).

RLC track and field will be back in Bloomington on Friday and Saturday for the Indiana University Relays. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

INDOOR TRACK & FIELD: Warriors return with top-5 finishes at Indiana University

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Rend Lake College track and field athletes made some waves this past weekend at Indiana University’s 2012 indoor Gladstein Invitational.

Demarcus Brooks (Springfield, Ill.) took third in the 60 meter dash (6.84) with teammate Tremaine Gordon (Evanston, Ill.) coming in 12th (7.03). Brooks finished fourth (21.99) and Gordon sixth (22.23) in the 200m.

Anthony Golowach (Cary, Ill.) took fourth in the 400m with a time of 50.52. Maurice Taylor II (Baltimore) finished eighth in the race at 51.10. Dameon Morgan (Edwardsville, Ill.) finished fifth (1:20.02) and Holland Sherrer (Bridgetown, N.J.) sixth (1:22.74) in the 600m. Tivosiel Rivera (Swedesboro, N.J.) came in 23rd in the 800m (2:06.17). Former Warrior Boaz Lalang’s time of 1:47.82 on Feb. 1, 2008 still stands as the record at IU’s Gladstein Field House.

In the mile run, David Lambus (St. Louis) finished seventh in 4:20.71. In the women’s mile run, RLC sophomore Aleigh Eggemeyer (Walsh) came in 29th in 5:47.50. She then turned around and finished 31st in the 3,000 meter run (11:43.91).

Fred Roberts (Maple Heights, Ill.) finished fourth in the 60 meter hurdles (8.28) and Chris James (Kentwood, Mich.) came in 10th (8.55). RLC’s 4x400m relay team of Golowach, Maurice Sapp (Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.), Sherrer and Morgan took sixth place in 3:22.58. In the high jump, RLC’s Micah Washington (Arkansas) took third with a jump of 6 feet, 8 inches. Golowach came in sixth with a jump of 6-2.75. Jeff Stewart (Broughton, Ill.) came in fourth in the shot put with a throw of 51-06.50 while Shon Kyle was 13th in the weight throw (49-04.25) with Stewart finishing 19th (37-08.00).

RLC track and field will be back in Bloomington on Friday and Saturday for the Indiana University Relays. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

01/26/2012

MEN'S BASKETBALL: One-bucket loss for road Warriors, Roland scores 29


Warrior freshman guard TeNale Roland (Louisville) led all scorers with 29 points in The Lake's 80-78 losing effort Wednesday night in Carterville. LARGER IMAGE HERE

CARTERVILLE, Ill. - The Rend Lake College Warriors lost by one shot, 80-78, Wednesday night at John A. Logan College.

Rend Lake's TeNale Roland (Louisville) led all scorers with 29 after hitting eight of 11 three-pointers. The Warriors - which fall to 10-7 - had three score in double figures with Roland's 29, Noel Allen with 15 and Kevon Fortney with 13. The Volunteers - now 9-7 - had four players in double figures. For JALC; Anthony Shoemaker had 15, DeShawn Clay had 13, QuaShawn Carpenter scored 15 and Robert Arnold had 17.

The second half was all Warriors. RLC shot 61 percent from long-range, 43 percent overall and 80 percent from the free-throw line while holding JALC to just 36 percent overall and shutting the volunteers down from beyond the arc. But it wasn't enough to come back on a JALC team that shot 71 percent from three-point range and 51 percent overall in the first half, and out-rebounded RLC by five over the course of the game.

The Warriors will host Lake Land College at 7 p.m. Saturday. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

JALC 80 - Shoemaker 5 4-4 15, Clay 4 4-4 13, McElrath 1 0-0 2, Jones 3 3-4 9, Bonifield 0 0-0 0, Taylor 1 1-3 3, Carpenter 6 0-0 15, Arnold 7 3-8 17, Brown 2 2-8 6

RLC 78 - Roland 8 5-6 29, Weeks 1 1-2 3, Smith 0 0-0 0, Fortney 6 0-0 13, Allen 7 1-1 15, Verhines 2 0-0 5, Bolden 2 2-2 6, Hanner 2 0-1 5

01/26/2012

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Lady Warriors lose at Logan

CARTERVILLE, Ill. - The Rend Lake College Lady Warriors lost 80-73 Wednesday night at John A. Logan. Rend Lake is now 2-13 overall, 1-5 in the Great Rivers Athletic Conference and 1-5 on the road. It will host Lake Land College at 5:30 p.m. Saturday. For all things athletic at The Lake, visit RLC online at www.rlc.edu/warriors.

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