Tune in, and Catch Wheeling's Chin

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Tune in, and Catch Wheeling's Chin


While playing volleyball for the University of Minnesota, former Wheeling standout Krista Chin made a few television appearances when her Gophers appeared on ESPN and the Big Ten Network.

Now, Chin finds herself on the other end of the spectrum as she will be the one talking about the Minnesota volleyball team.

This Sunday, Chin will be providing the bigtennetwork.com with color commentary for the match between Minnesota and Wisconsin.

It will be broadcast the next day on the website.

It is a new adventure for Chin, who is also blogging on gophersports.com for the Minnesota volleyball team.

"In order to prepare, Ill have to do some research on the Badgers to find out more information about their starting lineup, top recruits and leaders," said Chin, a multiple all-area selection when she played at Wheeling. "I will probably do minimal research for Minnesota since I already know the team and the coaches really well."

Chin is looking forward to her assignment.

"I am really excited to know Ill be broadcasting a match, and I never thought I would be offered such a great opportunity," she said. "Ive played and watched a lot of volleyball so I think Ill bring a unique aspect to the table and provide some more in depth analysis for the viewers."

Womens soccer

Millikin freshman Sarah Christy (Schaumburg) scored 3 goals for the Big Blue in an 8-0 victory over MacMurray College at the Millikin Soccer Field. Millikin improved to 9-2-1 with that victory.

Mens soccer

For the second time this season, Illinois Wesleyan senior goalkeeper Frank Gorg (Hersey) was named College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin "Defensive Player of the Week."

The Mount Prospect native made 9 saves in two matches as Illinois Wesleyan went 1-0-1 during the past week. He had a 0.90 goals-against average in 200 minutes and an .818 save percentage. He played 110 minutes in a double overtime game, had 6 saves and allowed one goal in a 1-1 tie with North Park and collected 3 saves in a 2-1 win over North Central.

Football

Carthage junior defensive back Brian Hipchen (Fremd) was named the College Conference of Illinois and Wisconsin "Defensive Player of the Week."

The Palatine native returned 2 interceptions for touchdowns in the Red Mens 48-24 win over Millikin. Carthage struck first when Hipchen returned an interception 80 yards for a touchdown on the Big Blues opening drive.

* Washington University in St. Louis had five student-athletes earn University Athletic Association "Athlete of the Week" honors, including junior linebacker Nick Hillard (Fremd).

The Hoffman Estates native recorded a career-high 15 tackles in the Bears 24-20 win over No. 19-ranked and previously unbeaten Wabash College.

He also added 3 tackles for a loss, a sack and a break-up in the victory. Hillard leads the team and is third in the UAA with 52 tackles.

Hall of Fame

As part of its annual Homecoming festivities, Lake Forest College added four members to its Athletic Hall of Fame.

One was football player John Klasen from the class of 1996.

A Wonder Lake native, Klasen now resides in Arlington Heights.

He is the Foresters career leader with 3,389 rushing yards, 646 carries, and 24.1 yards per kickoff return. He scored 32 touchdowns and 192 points in his four years on the team and also set a program record for rushing yards in a season with 1,342 in 1994. …

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