Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs BW at Ohio State Jesse Owens Classic
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs Capital at Otterbein Twilight
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs Capital at Ohio State Jesse Owens Classic
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs Heidelberg at ONU Polar Bear Invite
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs John Carroll at Ohio State Jesse Owens Classic
Fri, Apr/19
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vs John Carroll at BW Sparky Adams Invite
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs John Carroll at Wake Forest Invite
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs Marietta at Jesse Owens Classic
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs Marietta at Otterbein Invite
Fri, Apr/19
T&F
vs Mount Union at Otterbein Twilight Meet

Ohio Athletic Conference

Athletes of the Week | April 1

Baseball
Chase Armstrong
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
1B/OF
Louisville, Ky./ Trinity

Armstrong led ONU at the plate last week going 9-of-18 with six runs, three doubles, two homeruns and 11 RBI. Highlight of the week was his two home runs and five RBI in game two against Marietta.

Kyler Archual
Otterbein  
Senior
Pitcher
Columbus, Ohio / Worthington Kilbourne

Archula posted a 2-0 record last week while making a pair of quality starts over five days. He allowed two runs in seven innings at John Carroll to open OAC play. He then turned around and threw 99 pitched over 8 innings to retire 11 batters against Capital.

Softball
Samantha Schwab
Wilmington
Senior
Catcher
Monroe, Ohio / Monroe

Schwab went 8-of-18 last week over six games for the Quakers. She had four extra base hits, with three homeruns and a double. All three homeruns came in the Quakers doubleheader sweep over Earlham College on Wednesday. During the week, she drove in 13 runs, scored six runs, and walked twice.

Kendyll Cahill
Mount Union
Sophomore
Pitcher
Grove Port, Ohio / Grove Port Madison

Cahill helped lead the Purple Raiders to a 4-2 record week, including a 2-0 start to OAC play. In three starts she recorded a 1.56 ERA, held opponents to a .177 batting average and had 16 strikeouts, including a run where she struck out eight straight batters against Thiel.

Tennis
Abby Cruser
Ohio Northern  
Sophomore
Pendleton, Ind. / Pendleton Heights

Cruser led the Polar Bears with a 6-0, 6-0 win at No. 1 singles and then winning 8-1 at No. 2 doubles against Marietta to open OAC play.

Max Fickas
Otterbein
Sophomore
Dublin, Ohio / Jerome

Fickas led the Cardinals to a 9-0 shutout against Capital to begin league play. He won 6-1, 6-1 at No. 1 singles and went 8-2 at No. 1 doubles.

Lacrosse
Luc Kadlic
Capital   
Freshman
Goalkeeper
Granville, Ohio / Granville

Kadlic held Ohio Northern to just six goals while making a career-high 17 saves for a 73.9% save percentage and came up with three ground balls.

Colin Morrissey
John Carroll
Sophomore
Attack
Skaneateles, NY / Skaneateles

Morrissey led the Blue Streaks with eight goals and 10 points in a road win over Muskingum. He set a program record with 23 shots.

Grace Osborn
Capital
Junior
Midfield
Pickerington, Ohio / Central

Osborn scored a total of 22 goals and had 4 assists for 26 points to lead the Comets to wins over George Fox and Ohio Northern. Osborn also recorded 11 GBs, 7 CTs, and 20 DCs on the week.

Jill McDonnell
John Carroll
Freshman
Defense
Hamburg, NY/ Hamburg

McDonnell notched five caused turnovers and three GB in a over Muskingum. JCU held Muskingum to 12-of-29 (41%) on clears and just two goals, five fewer than Muskingum's previous season low.

Track & Field
Simon Heys
Wilmington
Senior
Wilmington, Ohio / Wilmington

Heys was the top finisher among Div. III competitors in the 5000-meter run and broke his own program record with a time of 14:06.07 at Wash U Distance Carnival. This time was also a personal best for Heys and is currently the third fastest time in Div. III.

Nathen Borgan
Wilmington
Junior
Lancaster, Ohio / Lancaster

Borgan set a new personal best and won the hammer throw with a toss of 60.02m at the Wash U Distance Carnival. He is one of just two men in Division III so far this season to post a mark over 60 meters. He also competed in the Discus Throw and finished 10th at 41.26m

Faith Duncan
Wilmington
Sophomore
Lebanon, Ohio / Lebanon

Duncan placed sixth in the 5000-meter run with a program best time of 16:34.92 at the Washington U Distance Carnival. This shatters the old program record by over a minute and is the second fastest time in Div. III this season.

Claire Schweller
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
Paulding, Ohio / Paulding

Schweller placed second in the pole vault by clearing 3.80 meters (12.47 feet) at the Tiffelberg Open on Saturday. That mark beats her previous best of 3.65 meters and moves her up to fourth all-time at ONU.

Golf
Emerson Grassbaugh
Heidelberg
Freshman
Marengo, Ohio / Highland.

Grassbaugh made three birdies en route to a one-over-par 73, earning him medalist honors in the thirty-man field at the BW Spring Invite.