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 26

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

Jennings led the Polar Bears at the Mt. St. Joseph Invitational with a total of 80 digs across three games. Jennings posted 34 digs against Transylvania (Ky.), 25 against Mt. St. Joseph and 21 against Christopher Newport (Va.). This is the second consecutive week Jennings has garnered this honor.

Volleyball
Heaven Bartell
Mount Union  
Sophomore
OH
Cleveland, Ohio / St. Joseph Academy

In the 5-set win over Hiram Bartell had a career-high 32 digs with 10 kills. In an upset and programs first victory over #8 Wittenberg she had 15 digs, 8 kills on .444 Hitting percentage. She also picked up five aces on the week.

Soccer
Nick Surowicz
Baldwin Wallace
Senior
MF
Medina, Ohio / Highland

Surowicz posted seven goals and one assist on the week to help BW to a 3-0 record. He posted two goals against Hiram College, three goals against Earlham (Ind.) College and two goals and an assist against Bluffton.

Soccer
Zoltan Nagy
Baldwin Wallace
Sophomore
GK
Lakewood, Ohio / St. Edward

Nagy started in three games last week, making eight saves, allowing just one goal, and posting two shutouts.  He made one save while allowing zero goals in 70 minutes of action against Hiram, he made one save with no goals allowed in 80 minutes of action against Earlham and he registered six saves with one goal allowed against Bluffton.

Soccer
Haley Moore
Capital    
Junior
D
Pickerington, Ohio / Pickerington North

Moore’s strong defense helped the Comets to a 1-1 record last week including a 1-0 shutout victory over Hope (Mich.) The Comets’ defense held Hope to just total shots.

Soccer
Audrey Kaufman
Heidelberg
Senior
F
Hilliard, Ohio / Davidson

Kaufman collected nine points last week with four goals and one assist, to lead the Berg to wins over Hiram (5-1) and Earlham (4-2).

Football
Bryce Agnew
Marietta
Senior
RB
Cleveland, Ohio / Berea-Midpark

Agnew helped the Pioneers to a 27-10 road win over Otterbein, carrying the ball 31 times for 155 yards and two touchdowns. He also had four catches for 33 yards for a total of 188 all-purpose yards.

Football
Alden Steele
Baldwin Wallace
Sophomore
DB
Lorain, Ohio / Amherst

Steele recovered the opening kickoff fumble and returned it 11 yards for his first career touchdown in a 35-31 win over Ohio Northern. Steele also recorded a career and game-high 14 tackles with 1.5 tackles for a loss and a quarterback sack.

Football
Grant Gonya
John Carroll
Graduate Student  
K/P
Hudson, Ohio / Hudson

Gonya punted the ball only three times in the Blue Streaks 24-7 victory over Heidelberg, averaging an impressive 47 yards per punt. One of the punts landed inside the 20-yard line, pinning Heidelberg deep in their territory. Gonya also tallied 5 kickoffs, averaging 62.4 yards per kick and 1 touchback.

Golf
Becky Williams
Otterbein
Freshman
Zionsville, Ind. / University School

Williams became the first player in Otterbein history to win a D2 event, besting the field of 93 players at the Ohio Dominican Kickoff Classic. She fired rounds of 74-75 to deadlock with Maya Hunter of Northern Michigan atop the board, before emerging on the first playoff hole. The Cardinals were only D3 team in the field.

Golf
Zach Brinks
John Carroll
Junior
Cincinnati, Ohio / St. Xavier

Brinks won medalist honors at the Mount Union Invitational with a score of 71 (-1) on Saturday. Led the way for JCU to win the Mount Union Invite with a team score of 296 on Saturday. Sunday's round was washed out.