Bates is currently tied for the team lead with 18 tackles as the Demon Deacons are off to a 3-0 start.
USF beat Lindenwood on the road last year 74-13.
Freshman Indiana running back Kiante Enis has been charged with two counts of felony child molestation, accused of having an improper relationship with a child under 13.
Jones, who missed most of the second half against Cincinnati with a shoulder injury, used the bye week to rehab and is expected to start against Nevada.
The six-foot-seven forward averaged 5.0 points and 3.1 rebounds as a junior.
The Trine football team pulled away with a big second half to defeat Aurora 55-27 in non-conference action Saturday afternoon at Vargo Field.
The Broncos (3-0) knocked off Illinois 34-10, two weeks after beating Northwestern on the road, 22-21.
The Cardinals completely negated EKU’s rushing attack and hounded Colonel quarterback Maty Mauk all day en route to a 41-14 victory at Scheumann Stadium. It was a shut out for more than 56 minutes before Ball State surrendered a pair of late scores.
The Spartans (2-0) turned what had been a close game at halftime into a 29-point lead with three third-quarter touchdowns. But Notre Dame made it close as DeShone Kizer threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and the Irish (1-2) cut the lead to 36-28 with 6:02 left on a 12-yard touchdown pass to tight end Durham Smythe.
Thanks to a pair of goals from Oscar Uyamadu, Fort Wayne men’s soccer shutout Northern Kentucky on Wednesday (Sept. 14) evening in a non-conference contest at the Hefner Soccer Complex.
USF quarterback Nick Ferrer earned his USF record sixth Mid-States Football Association Player of the Week honor for his 295 yard, five touchdown game in a 37-6 University of Saint Francis win on Saturday over Taylor University.
Fort Wayne libero Olivia Hahn (Concordia H.S.) has been named the Summit League Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week for her performance, Sept. 6-12.
Fort Wayne (2-6-0) will be back in action on Friday (Sept. 16) at 7 p.m. as the Mastodons host the Bowling Green Falcons.
Quarterback Hayden Moore passed for three touchdowns and ran for two more, and linebacker Mike Tyson intercepted Purdue’s David Blough three times, laying the foundation for a relatively easy victory.
On a day Lagow threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns and Redding extended his streak of consecutive 100-yard games to five, Indiana forced three turnovers, pitched its first first-half shutout in four years and survived a frantic fourth-quarter flurry for a 30-20 victory over Ball State.
Kizer was 15 of 18 for 156 yards with one interception and Equanimeous St. Brown led Irish receivers with six catches for 85 yards with Torii Hunter Jr. out with a concussion sustained against Texas.
The Manchester Spartans led Alma 20-17 heading into halftime of Saturday’s game but ultimately lost that lead falling 31-20.
Bluffton quickly went ahead 14-0 with a 25-yard run by Dante Carroll and an 18-yard pass from Conner Sheehan to Micah Roberson. The Beavers took advantage of three Thunder turnovers to take a 14-3 lead after the first quarter.
The Cougars were on target early scoring on three of their first four possessions intent on securing the program’s 100th home win.
After opening the 2016 season with two road wins the Saint Francis Cougars will make their debut at Bishop D’Arcy Stadium on Saturday when they host Taylor at noon.