Fri, Mar/05
Track & Field
OAC Championship (Women) at Otterbein
Sat, Mar/06
Track & Field
OAC Championship (Men) at Otterbein
Sat, Mar/06 10:00/4:00
Swim & Dive
OAC Fast Chance Open Meet
Sat, Mar/06 TBA
Men's Lacrosse
Marietta
at Capital
Sat, Mar/06 TBA
Women's Lacrosse
Otterbein
at John Carroll
Sat, Mar/06 1:00 PM
Men's Lacrosse
Muskingum
at Mount Union
Sat, Mar/06 1:00 PM
Men's Lacrosse
John Carroll
at Baldwin Wallace
Sat, Mar/06 1:00 PM
Men's Lacrosse
Ohio Northern
at Heidelberg
Sat, Mar/06 1:00 PM
Men's Lacrosse
Otterbein
at Wilmington
Sat, Mar/06 1:00 PM
Women's Lacrosse
Baldwin Wallace
at Marietta

Ohio Athletic Conference

Athletes of the Week-February 22, 2021

Track & Field
Hastlings Marek
Baldwin Wallace
Senior
Pataskala, Ohio/Watkins Memorial

Marek won the 1,000-meter run in a school-record time of 3:00.92 at the BW Mid-February meet. Marek also anchored the winning distance medley relay that broke the facility record with a time of 12:11.92, which is currently that second-fastest time in Div. III this season.

 

Track & Field
Evan Hershberger
Mount Union
Senior
Dalton, Ohio/Dalton

Hershberger won the high jump event at 6-feet, 6.75 inches, which currently the sixth best mark in Div. III this season.

 

Track & Field
Jared Storm
Mount Union
Sophomore
Baberton, Ohio/Barberton

 Storm won the 400-meters in 49.20, which is currently the second fastest time in Div. III this season.

 

Track & Field
Bri Aveni
Mount Union
Junior
Geneva, Ohio/Geneva

Aveni (Geneva) won the pole vault with a mark of 12-feet, 0-inches at the Mount Union meet. Her mark is currently the highest jump in Div. III this season.

 

Basketball
Jenna Hoschouer
Otterbein
Junior
Dayton, Ohio/Northmont

Hoschouer led the Cardinals to a pair of wins over Wilmington (88-67, 84-78) last week. On Friday Houscher tallied 20 points, a career-high 10 rebounds, five steals and shot 9-of-14 from the field.
On Saturday, Hoschouer posted 12 points, a career-best seven assists, five rebounds, one block and one steal. Hoschouer averaged an impressive 16-9-6 on the week.

 

Basketball
Mason Lydic
Marietta
Junior
Wing
Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio/Woodridge

Lydic helped the Pioneers sweep No. 9 ranked Mount Union last week (85-77, 93-89) while averaging 24 points, two rebounds-per-game and shooting 18-of-29 (.621) from the floor. On Friday Lydric posted a career-high 29 points, shooting 11-of-15 (.733) from the floor, including 5-of-7 (.714) from behind the three-point line. On Saturday, Lydic was 7-of-14 (50.0%) from the floor, 2-of-5 (40.0%) behind the arc and finished with 19 points.

 

Swimming
Gwyn Ledrick
John Carroll
Senior
Sylvania, Ohio/ Notre Dame Academy

Ledrick led the Blue Streaks past Wilmington on Friday with wins in 200 Individual Medley (2:13.24) and the 100 Breaststroke (1:07.00). On Saturday, Ledrick took home wins in the 200 Free (1:57.32), 200 Breaststroke (2:28.23), and the 100 IM (1:02.53) to lead JCU past Ohio Northern.

 

Swimming
Calob Cope
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
Fort Wayne, Ind./Homestead

Cope led the Polar Bears against Mount Union and John Carroll with three individual wins. On Friday, he won the 500 free in 4:57.51 and was second in the 400 I.M. in 4:20.69 at Mount Union. Cope swept the 1650 free (17:04.26) and the 500 free (4:57.32) at John Carroll on Saturday.

 

Lacrosse
Maddie Leers
Marietta
Junior
Goalkeeper
Crystal Lake, Ill./Barrington

Leer made 15 saves in the Pioneers’ 14-7 win over Heidelberg to open the season. Leers’ 15 saves set the program’s single game record.

 

Lacrosse
Colleen Grombala
John Carroll
Senior
Attach
Beverly Hills, MI/Marian

Grombala racked up an impressive seven goals, one ground ball and won eight draws in the Blue Streaks’ 24-8 win over Ohio Northern.