Shelbyville’s Logan Young helped Indiana University South Bend pick up a pair of wins on Sunday over Calumet St. Joseph.

Playing first base in the first game, Young drove in the Titans’ first run to tie the game at one in the bottom of the first. He went onto score in the inning to give IU South Bend the lead. He later scored in the third to give the Titans a 4-1 lead and they won 10-3.

IU South Bend (9-13) won the second game 11-0 with Young collecting three hits and scoring two runs.

The Titans did their damage in the fifth and sixth innings, scoring all 11 of their runs during that stretch.

Young scored in the fifth off a double that drove in two for a 3-0 lead. He drove in a run on a single down the left field line in the sixth and later scored on a wild pitch.

He is batting .265 this season with 18 hits, 14 runs, 18 runs batted in, four doubles, a triple and a home run.

IU South Bend met Calumet St. Joseph a third time on Monday. Those results were too late for deadline.

The Titans take the field again at 3 p.m. Wednesday at home against Judson.

Bringle helps Sycamores pick up win

The Indiana State softball team responded after a pair of losses on Saturday to beat Northern Iowa on Sunday with help from Shelbyville alum TeAnn Bringle.

In the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader, Bringle pinch hit and singled to center field to drive in a run in the bottom of the fifth, pulling the Sycamores to within two runs, at 4-2. Indiana State went onto lose, 6-4.

She again pinch hit in the second game and flew out to center field in the fourth. Northern Iowa won 3-2 in nine innings.

Bringle contributed two of Indiana State’s seven hits in Sunday’s win. She singled in the bottom of the fourth, sending shortstop Mallory Marsicek to second base. Marsicek went onto score the second run of the game.

Bringle, who is a junior, is batting .244 this season with 10 hits, five runs, three runs batted in, two doubles and a home run.

The Sycamores, now 7-15 this season, return to action at 4 p.m. today at Butler University.