Thu, Dec/01
Swim & Dive
Mount Union at Wooster Invitational
Thu, Dec/01
Swim & Dive
Mount Union at Wooster Invitational
Fri, Dec/02 6:30 p.m.
Wrestling
Tiffin at BW
Fri, Dec/02 8:00 p.m.
Wrestling
UNC-Pembroke at BW
Fri, Dec/02
Wrestling
Mount Union at Messiah Petrofes Invite
Fri, Dec/02 5:00 p.m.
Swim & Dive
John Carroll at Notre Dame College (OH)
Fri, Dec/02 5:00 p.m.
Swim & Dive
John Carroll at Notre Dame College (OH)
Sat, Dec/03 9:00 a.m.
Wrestling
Heidelberg at ONU Invite
Sat, Dec/03 9:00 a.m.
Wrestling
John Carroll at RIT Invite
Sat, Dec/03 9:00 a.m.
Wrestling
Muskingum at Ohio Northern Invite

Ohio Athletic Conference

Athletes of the Week | September 19

Cross Country
Hope Murphy
Baldwin Wallace
Sophomore
Mogadore, Ohio / Mogadore
Course | 5k

Murphy won the Div. III side and placed sixth overall in a field of 334 runners at the All-Ohio Championship with a time of 18:06.9. Murphy earned All-Ohio honors and led the BW to a fourth-place finish among 15 Div. III teams. This is the second consecutive week Murphy has earned OAC Runner of the Week honors.

Cross Country
Simon Heys
Wilmington
Junior
Wilmington, Ohio / Wilmington
Course | 8k

Heys placed first among Div. III runners at the All-Ohio Championship with a time of 24:22.9 to lead the Quakers to second place.  His time is the fastest ever by a Div. III athlete on the All-Ohio course at Cedarville University and the second highest finish in WC history. This is the second OAC Runner of the Week honor Heys has garnered this season.

Volleyball
Rachel Jennings
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
DS
Novi, Mich. / Novi

Jennings led the Polar Bears to 4-0 record on the week and the ONU Invitational title. Jennings averaged six digs per set and tallied six service aces.

Volleyball
Erin Wagner
Ohio Northern  
Sophomore
RS
Massillon, Ohio / Perry

Wagner led the Polar Bears to a 4-0 record and the ONU Invitational title. Wagner finished the week averaging 3.93 kills/set, a .464 hitting percent, eight digs, and five blocks. For her effort, Wagner was named the ONU Invitational MVP.

Soccer
Britney Herrick
Muskingum
Freshman
M/D
Massillon, Ohio / Jackson

Herrick led the backline to help the Muskies to a 2-0 record on the week. Herrick scored the game-winning goal to propel the Muskies past Bluffton, 4-2.

Soccer
Andrea Decker
Mount Union
Senior
Forward
Hillard, Ohio / Hillard Bradley

Decker scored four goals and had three assists in two games last week. She scored a goal and had an assist in Wednesday night's 5-4 win over Penn State Behrend and then followed that performance up with her first hat trick of the season and an assist in Saturday's 4-3 win over Chatham.

Soccer
Josh Ellis
Ohio Northern   
Senior
GK
Whitehouse, Ohio /Anthony Wayne

Ellis recorded a combined eight saves, as ONU defeated Ohio Wesleyan (1-0) and Hanover (Ind.) (2-0) last week. Ellis was a perfect 7-for-7 in saving each of Hanover's shots on goal as he and the Polar Bears earned their third straight shutout of the season.

Soccer
Jamon McCort
Mount Union
Junior
F  
Magnolia, Ohio / Sandy Valley

McCort scored four goals in two games last week, including his first career hat trick in a 6-1 win over Hiram.

Football
Lathan Jones
Wilmington
Junior
WR
Sidney, Ohio/ Sidney

Jones tallied a career high 204 yards (51 yards per reception) on just four passes and a touchdown to help the Quakers to a 32-26 come from behind win over Otterbein.

Football
Caleb Meade
Otterbein  
Senior
K/P  
Sunbury, Ohio /Big Walnut

Meade collected 14 points in a loss at Wilmington, tying the Otterbein single-game record with four made field goals. Meade connected from 23, 31, 26 and 20 yards respectively, and two PATs.

Football
Bricker Thiel
John Carroll
Senior
DL
London, Ohio / London

Thiel led the Blue Streak defense with a team-high 10 tackles including a sack for loss to help propel Blue Streaks to a 21-7 victory over Baldwin Wallace.

Golf
Rhianna Firmstone
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
Moon Twp., Ohio / Moon Area

Firmstone won Medalist honors for the first time in her career with a 74-79—153 at the Heidelberg Fall Invitational at Mohawk Golf & Country Course. ONU took home the team title in an eight-team field.

Golf
Henry Neumann
Baldwin Wallace
Senior
Broadview Heights, Ohio / Padua Franciscan

Neumann won the Poppa Flower Memorial Invitational with a career low round of 71 to help BW to a third-place finish. This is his second golfer of the week honor this season.