A Page -- April 11, 2012 -- PM Edition

Freshman Feltner shines to earn 

his first Walsh Jesuit Baseball win

Mockbee and Brown also sharp, Miletti belts 3rd HR of year

CUYAHOGA FALLS, April 10: Behind another stellar outing from outstanding Freshman RHP Ryan Feltner, the Walsh Jesuit Baseball team swept its second consecutive North Coast League series with a 4-1 win over visiting Cleveland Benedictine. Feltner hurled five quality innings allowing three hits and an unearned run, striking out six. Junior LHP Joe Mockbee came on to throw a perfect 6th in dominant fashion, striking out two, while Junior Cassidy Brown earned his 4th save of the year in the 7th, also striking out two. 

Offensively, the Warriors were led by Senior Ohio Wesleyan recruit Drew Miletti who hit is 3rd HR of the year, a towering blast in the first. Junior Cassidy Brown broke up a tie game to give the Warriors the lead for good in the 5th with an RBI double, scoring Senior Slippery Rock recruit Graeme Frye. Senior Ohio Northern recruit Zack Leonatti followed Brown with his second hit of the day (a single, adding to a double off of the center field wall earlier in the game), and Senior Rollins College brought them both in with a double to close out the scoring. Sophomore Colton Carney also had a hit in the game, while Freshman Blake Jenkins continued to provide quality at bats.

With the win, the Maroon and Gold improve to 8-1 on the year, 4-0 in NCL play.

Alex Guo

Guo Named NCAC Field Athlete of the Week

Westlake, Ohio – On Monday, Oberlin College men’s track and field standout Alex Guo was named NCAC Athlete of the Week.

His efforts helped the Yeomen win their own Bob Kahn Invitational over the weekend. The junior from Tokyo, Japan won both the long jump (21’01.50”) and triple jump (45’01.75”) competitions, adding 20 points to the team total of 263. The selection continues a string of recent awards for Guo, who was named NCAC Indoor Field Athlete of the Year and awarded All-NCAC honors in the triple-jump in March.

Guo will be back in action this weekend at the All-Ohio Championships.

Ilyssa Meyer

Yeowomen Fall at Wooster

Wooster, Ohio – The Oberlin College women’s lacrosse team capped of their six-game road trip by falling to the College of Wooster Fighting Scots, 18-8, on Tuesday evening.

The Yeowomen were led by Ilssya Meyer as she scored three times to run her season total up to 29 on the year. Rookie Bronwen Schumacher added two goals, marking the third straight game she has scored twice as she now as 12 goals on the year. She also added a team-high four draw controls.

Oberlin kept things close in the early going and scored the game’s first goal as rookie Kate Hanick finished off a pass from Meyer just moments in for her team-leading 30th goal of the year. The Scots answered with three straight scores, but Schumacher would make it a 3-2 game at the 22:13 mark after netting her first goal of the day with an assist coming from Lori Sako.

Unfortunately, the Scots were able to gain control of the game, scoring eight of the next nine goals to go up 11-3 at the break. Meyer sandwiched in the lone Oberlin score during the Scots’ run with 13:56 left in the half. Schumacher picked up the assist on the play.

Oberlin (8-2, 0-2 NCAC) started the second session with a pair of goals to try and get back in it. Jodi Helsel deposited the first one and then Schumacher added another as Phoebe Hammer dished out the helper on the finish. 

Wooster (8-3, 1-1 NCAC) responded with four straight goals to effectively put the game out of reach. Oberlin added three goals down the stretch, but it was too little too late. Sarah Andrews, who scooped up a team-high five ground balls, added one while Meyer recorded the other two.

Madeleine O’Meara played all 60 minutes in goal and made eight saves.

Oberlin returns home to host Mount St. Joes on Thursday at 5 p.m.

Mount Union tops John Carroll


ALLIANCE, Ohio—The Mount Union men's tennis team earned a narrow 5-4 win over John Carroll in a crucial Ohio Athletic Conference match Tuesday inside the Peterson Fieldhouse in Alliance. The Purple Raiders (9-6, 2-2 OAC) snapped a two-match skid against conference foes and pulled back to even in OAC play on the season.

Sophomore Jeff Looker (Stow/Stow) was victorious over Cass Stadnik at No. 6 singles for the decisive point of the match. The matchup was reflective of the competitiveness of the match overall, as Looker won both sets in extra points, 7-6 (7-5), 7-6 (7-4).

Nick Fockler (North Canton/Hoover) continued his terrific freshman campaign with a pair of victories. He defeated Sean Graham, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4, at No. 2 singles and paired with his older brother, Nate Fockler (North Canton/Hoover), for an 8-6 win at first doubles.

Also earning points for the Raiders were Ben Swope (Huntingdon, Pa./Norwin) at No. 4 singles and the third doubles team of Drew LeGendre (Toledo/Bowsher) and Zach Nelson (Alliance/Marlington).

Mount Union will be back in action when they host Ohio Northern at 1 pm on Saturday.



Tennis Match Results
John Carroll vs Mount Union
Apr 10, 2012 at Alliance, Ohio

Mount Union 5, John Carroll 4

Singles competition:
1. Ryan Mullaney (JCU-M) def. Nate Fockler (MTU) 6-1, 6-1
2. Nick Fockler (MTU) def. Sean Graham (JCU-M) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4
3. Michael Hulseman (JCU-M) def. Patrick Yackmack (MTU) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4
4. Ben Swope (MTU) def. Peter Scanniello (JCU-M) 6-1, 6-1
5. Eric Grimaldi (JCU-M) def. Drew LeGendre (MTU) 6-4, 6-4
6. Jeff Looker (MTU) def. Cass Stadnik (JCU-M) 7-6, 7-5, 7-6, 7-4

Doubles competition:
1. Nate Fockler/Nick Fockler (MTU) def. Ryan Mullaney/Sean Graham (JCU-M) 8-6
2. Michael Hulseman/Peter Scanniello (JCU-M) def. Ben Swope/Patrick Yackmack (MTU) 8-5
3. Drew LeGendre/Zach Nelson (MTU) def. Eric Grimaldi/Cass Stadnik (JCU-M) 9-7, 7-5

Notes:
Mount Union 9-6, 2-2 OAC
John Carroll 4-9, 2-2 OAC


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