B Page -- April 17, 2010


B-W Softball 

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In game two, the Polar Bears dominated as they scored once in the first and five more in each of the second and third frame to gain an 11-0 lead en route to the five-inning mercy-rule game.
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In the second game, the Polar Bears received a hefty amount of the run production from the Cleveland connection of Broadview Heights native and Brecksville-Broadview High alumna Katie Salay and Mayfield High graduate Cassie Gaye.
Cassie Gaye
Mayfield High graduate Cassie Gaye

Gay reached base three times in four plate appearances and drove in three runs in the second game.

Salay gave the Bears bottom-of-the-order punch with two hits, a base on balls, two runs batted in and three runs scored.

Salay
Brecksville-Broadview High alumna Katie Salay

At the plate, B-W had five hits, including a double by Baker.  On the mound, junior Mackenzie Rohrbacher (Sandusky/ Senior) started and took the loss to fall to 2-5 overall.
Rohrbacher

Today's doubleheader is the first of four straight doubleheaders for the Yellow Jackets a the Fairgrounds in Berea. Tomorrow, Sunday, April 18, B-W hosts non-league foe Allegheny (Pa.) College at 1:00 p.m., then hosts cross-town foe Ursuline College on Monday, April 19 at 3:30 p.m. and ends the string of games on Tuesday, April 20 when it travels to Tiffin to play OAC-rival Heidelberg University at 3:30 p.m.  The final home doubleheader of the season is Seniors' Day on Wednesday, April 28 againstOtterbein College at 3:30 p.m.

All-Ohio Meet -- BW

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jIndividually for the Yellow Jacket men, junior All-American Kevin Phipps (Pataskala/ Watkins Memorial) won the hammer with a throw of 194-feet and 10 inches and placed second in the discus with a throw of 159'3".  In addition, senior All-American Greg Patrick (Collins/ Western Reserve) won the shot put with a throw of 52'9" and junior Matt Kromer (Parma/ Senior) qualified for the national meet by placing third in the discus with a career-best throw of 156'3."

D'Arcy Hlavin 

For the women, senior D'Arcy Hlavin (Berea) won the 1,500 meter run in an NCAA Division III National Meet provisional qualifying-time of 4:36.95 but off of her school-record time of 4:33.44 set earlier this season. Junior Kim Chinn (Zanesville/ West Muskingum) won the 3,000-meter steeplechase in a career-best and NCAA provisional qualifying time of 10:49.19".  Freshman Stefani Graber (North Royalton) won the hammer with a school-record and NCAA provisional qualifying toss of 155'10".

B-W/ONU Men's Tennis 

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The Yellow Jackets next compete on Saturday, April 24 when they host the annual Paul "Sparky" Adams Meet at The George Finnie Stadium in Berea. The field events begin at 10:00 a.m. and the running events start at 11:00 a.m.
Horvath

In singles play, the Polar Bears won four of six matches to secure the win. The Yellow Jacket singles winners were Horvath at fourth singles and junior Sam Burris (Wooster/ Senior) won at No.5. With his win at No.4 singles, Horvath is now 17-1 overall.
Andrew Korba
Solon High alum Andrew Korba

Streetsboro resident and Solon High alum Andrew Korba was on the short end of Horvath's singles win, but came back to gain a personal split to share in a doubles win.

With its win, ONU improved to 10-2 overall and 4-0 in the OAC.


Tennis Match Results
Ohio Northern -- 6, Baldwin-Wallace -- 3

SINGLES:  No.1: Joey Frank (ONU) defeated Alex Trzeciak (B-W), 7-5, 6-4; No.2:  Nick Kowalczyk (ONU) def. Matt Lachman (B-W), 6-2, 6-4;  No.3:  Jeff Carter (ONU) def. Andy Redd (B-W), 7-5, 6-4;  No.4:  Joe Horvath (B-W) def. Andrew Korba (ONU), 7-5, 6-4;  No.5:  Sam Burris (B-W), def. Kyle Barnaba (ONU), 6-1, 6-4;  No.6:  Mike King (ONU) def. Bobby Irwin (B-W), 2-6, 6-2, 6-1;  DOUBLES:  No.1:  Franks/ Kowalczyk (ONU) def. Matt Lachman/Andy Redd (B-W), 8-3;  No.2:  Carter/ Korba (ONU) def. Alex Trzeciak/Taylor Long (B-W), 8-2;  NO.3:  Joe Horvath/Tyler Beaton (B-W) def. Barnaba/ Matt Dutro (ONU), 8-2.

B-W Men's Golf 

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Senior two-time All-OAC player Nick Bryan (Zanesville/ Rosecrans) led the Yellow Jackets on the first day with 116 strokes for 27 holes, including a 78 on the first 18 holes to tie junior Matt Weiss (Mentor) for low team honors. Weiss finished with a 117 total and was followed by senior All-OAC player Mike Falk (Strongsville) and freshman Stephen Spalding (Stow/ Walsh Jesuit) with 118 totals, respectively. Falk shot 81-37 and Spalding 79-39. Sophomore Ricky Jaskolski (North Royalton/ Parma Padua Franciscan) carded a 27-hole total of 121 strokes (81-40).
Padua alum Ricky Jaskolski

Following tomorrow’s round, B-W is idle until Saturday and Sunday, April 23-24 when it participates at The College of Wooster NyeIntercollegiate Tournament at the Wooster Country Club in Wooster, Ohio.   Tee times have yet to be announced. The final men’s tournament of the season is a week later when B-W returns to the New Concord area to compete at the 2010 OAC Championship Tournament at the Eagle Sticks Golf Club with Muskingum again as the host school.
Line was joined by super sophomore Stephen Williams in scoring points for the men’s team out of the distance crew. Williams cleared the 3000-meter Steeplechase course in 5th place with a time of 9:36.22.

All-Ohio Meet -- Oberlin

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While there were a number of strong performances for the Yeomen, seniorSeth Wimberly also stood out with a 6th place performance in the 400-meter dash with a single lap timed at 49.76.

The women in crimson and gold were equal to the task and had a number of outstanding individual performances as well, including a single record breaking race on their side.

At the end of the meet the relay team of Madeline SchultzLaura Vernon,Amanda Miller, and Marissa Clardy provided some excitement as they won the 4x400 meter relay in a school record time of 3:58.53. The school record effort was nearly five seconds faster than the race they combined to run just one week ago. Furthermore, this clique becomes the first relay in Oberlin school history to break the 4:00 barrier!

Head Coach Ray Appenheimer said, “It was a good day all around for Oberlin Track and Field! The two records that fell are exciting, and I can say with confidence that this 4x400 is really fun to watch. All our athletes put forth really great efforts and hopefully they are getting to see some of the work they put in everyday come back and show out here. Coach Hudson and I know the kinds of great effort our athletes put in on a daily basis and on days like today our coaches get to watch some terrific races that end with terrific results.”

Also winning an All-Ohio event for the women was senior Minnesotan Clara Shaw. Coming from a state known for producing great middle distance runners, Shaw did not disappoint, winning the 800m run in a speedy time of 2:15.09. Shaw also finished second in the 1500m run stopping the clock in 4:40.75.

Fellow senior Cordelia Revells placed third in the 5000m run in a time of 18:12.21. Maddie Schultz also recorded a top-three individual effort as the runner-up.

Two Touchdowns Not Enough for Women's Lacrosse
As Reported by Brett Nichols
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Oberlin – On a chilly day in Northeast Ohio, the Oberlin women’s lacrosse team fell to Ohio Wesleyan in a hard fought match-up 26-14.

The first half of the game was an attackers dream as the two sides combined for a barrage of 25 goals. Ohio Wesleyan held solid advantage though as they found the net on fifteen occasions before the break. First-year Ilyssa Meyer led the Oberlin attack in the first frame with three goals, good enough to secure her second career hat trick.

In the second half Oberlin simply could not slow down the attack from the visiting Bishops. The road team posted eleven second half goals including five of the first six to stretch their lead to 20-11 with just over twenty minutes left to play. Oberlin would score four more times, but it was not enough as they fell by a score of 26-14.

Sophomore midfielder Alice Zicht led Oberlin in scoring on the day, tying a season best with five goals. Lori Sako and Grace Amber each netted a pair of goals for the Yeowomen; and first-year Molly Bloom added a goal and three assists to increase her team leading season points total to 40.

With the loss, Oberlin falls to 3-9 overall and is still looking for their first conference victory. They will attempt to break into the NCAC win column on Tuesday when they travel to The College of Wooster for a 4:30 pm contest.

McDowell, who was an NCAA All-American in 2009 while helping Wooster become national runner-ups, needed just 83 pitches to get through the Yeomen line-up for the complete game victory. He allowed just four hits while striking out 10 along the way. 

However, Oberlin starter Brandon Cantrill held his own on the mound and pitched toe-to-toe with McDowell as he recorded the first complete game of the season for the Yeomen. The Collins, Ohio, native scattered seven hits while walking two and fanning two through 109 pitches. Out of the seven runs the Scots scored just three were earned. 

In the second inning, a two-out error resulted in Wooster (23-7, 7-3 NCAC East) scoring three unearned runs.

In the third the Scots plated two more runs as two more OC miscues resulted in the second run of the frame to come across. 

The best chance the Yeomen had to score came in the first inning as singles down the right field line by Jason James and Ben Puterbaugh put runners on the corners with just one out, but Puterbaugh got picked off and Cantrill struck out swinging to end the threat. 

In the nightcap Grady Campion turned in a gutsy effort on the mound as he tossed five plus innings and allowed just four earned runs. 

Barnes matched McDowell with 10 punchouts as 73 of his 112 pitches went for strikes. 

An error, infield hit, sac fly and RBI groundout in the second resulted in two runs for the Scots. They added single tallies in the third and fourth and a pair in the sixth before busting out a five spot in the sixth. 

Cantrill was the only Yeomen to have two hits on the day.

First-place in the NCAC East will be on the line when these same two teams go right back at it with another twinbill tomorrow afternoon at 1 p.m. Currently there is a three-way tie at the top of the standings with Wooster, Oberlin, Allegheny all sitting at 7-3 in league play.

Yeomen Dismantle Albion
Story Reported by Mike Mancini
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Oberlin –
 The Oberlin College men’s lacrosse team dominated from start to finish as they cruised to a 16-2 victory over the visiting Albion College Britons today at Fred Shults Field. 

Sophomore Dylan Holmes cashed in a career-high six goals, two of which were on man-up opportunities, while also adding two assists to spearhead the Yeomen attack. 

Thomas Hake added three scores and three helpers and Rob Bond added five tallies to his season points total with three goals and two assists of his own. 

“This was a good win for us as everyone did what they were supposed to do and played a very sound game,” Head Coach Kevin Walz said. 

Oberlin (3-6) led 13-0 late into the third period until the Britons were finally able to put one on the board. 

The Yeomen out-shot their counterparts 38-8 and won the groundball battle 39-13. 

Softball Falls to Denison
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Granville, Ohio –
 The Oberlin College softball team turned in two strong efforts, but fell short to Denison University on Saturday afternoon, dropping both ends of a doubleheader by the scores of 10-3 and 12-8. 

In the game-two slugfest, the Yeowomen pounded out 12 hits led by a 3-for-4 two-RBI effort by senior Julia ChauvinMegan Widmer and Sophie Schachtalso had two hits each and combined for four RBI’s. 

Oberlin (4-24, 1-5 NCAC) got the bats going early, positing five runs in the top of the first inning that featured a two-run single by Chauvin, a bases-loaded walk to Widmer and a costly Denison error. 

Unfortunately, Denison (19-11, 5-1 NCAC) would put together a big inning of its own, using six hits and one Oberlin miscue to post seven runs in the bottom of the second. 

The Big Red would add a single tally in the fifth and four in the sixth. 

The Yeowomen tried to battle back in the top of the seventh as Widmer came through with a two-RBI double down the right field line to score Chauvin andBrittany Dawson. Schacht would add a double to the left-center-field gap to score Katie Baldonieri, but the Yeowomen would eventually run out of outs. 

In the lid-lifter it was the tandem of Chauvin, Widmer and Kristine Kuchta that led the OC offense as the threesome combined to go 6-for-12 while accounting for all three of Oberlin’s runs. 

Like in game two, Oberlin was able to get off to a quick start as Chauvin and Widmer each came through with run-producing hits to give their team an early 2-0 cushion. 

In the third inning, Widmer’s single up the middle would send Chauvin plateward, but from that point on the Yeowomen couldn’t find a way to get a timely base hit to add anymore runs. 

With two runs in the bottom of third and one in the fourth, the Big Red tied the game at three. However, it was a big five-run fifth that put a dagger in the Yewomen and allowed Denison to secure the win. 






Hiram Softball 

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In game one, Kenyon took a 2-0 lead with a pair of runs in the top of the third inning.  Hiram cut the lead in half with  a run in the sixth on a RBI triple by freshman Kelcie Cuckler (Barberton) making the score 2-1.  The Ladies looked to gain some breathing room with two more runs in the seventh and increased the margin to 4-1.  The Terriers made one final rally in the bottom half of the inning scoring two runs, but could not find the equalizer as Kenyon held on for a 4-3 victory.


Hiram totaled five hits in the game and was led by junior first baseman Kelly Langland (Batavia/McNicholas) who finished two-of-three with a RBI.


Senior two-time All-NCAC pitcher/outfielder Whitney Dropsey (Ashland/Hillsdale) pitched a complete game, but suffered the loss to drop her to 10-6 overall.  She allowed four runs on five hits and had six strikeouts.


In the second game, Kenyon got on the board first with a run in the top of the first inning.  Hiram evened the score at 1-1 in the bottom of the second thanks to a RBI groundout by Cuckler.  The Ladies then took control with a three-run third inning and added runs in the fifth and sixth to lead 6-1 heading into the bottom of the seventh.

Dropsey


The Terriers began the bottom half of the inning with a lead-off triple by sophomore outfielder Marlene Smith (Mechanicsburg, Pa./Trinity) and later scored on a RBI groundout by Dropsey.  Freshman Alee Singer (Akron/Dayton) also recorded a triple later in the inning, but would not cross home plate as a possible Hiram comeback fell short with the final of 6-2.


Hiram recorded four hits in game two with Singer, Smith, sophomore third baseman Ashley Pike (Mission Viejo, Calif./Mission Viejo) and freshman shortstop Megan Troxell (New Richmond) all reaching base safely.


On the mound, Dropsey would get the start and pitched two-and-a-third innings allowing four runs on five hits and tallied one strikeout.  She would also be given the loss and falls to 10-7 overall for the season.  Junior Sarah Padilla (Ontario, Calif./Colony) came on to finish the game, pitching four and two-thirds giving up two runs on five hits while striking out one batter.



B-W Tennis 

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B-W won the match by winning five of six singles matches. The winners were junior No. 1 Caitlyn Pecinovsky (Whitehall/Columbus Bishop Hartley), freshman No.3 player Rebecca Mittler (Elyria/ Catholic), junior No.4 player Emily Pelosi (Uniontown/ Green) ,  Essig at No.5 and Marshall at No. 6.  Marshall and Pelosi are tied for the team lead in singles wins with 13 each. Pelosi is 13-4 and Marshall is 13-6.

EC gal Rebecca Mittler


Ashley Bonamer from Brecksville-Broadview Heights helped get one of ONU's points by winning with her partner at first doubles.
Bonamer

Ashley Bonamer


The B-W women next play on Tuesday, April 20 when they travel to Tiffin to play Heidelberg University at 3:30 p.m. The Yellow Jackets remain on the road next Saturday, April 24 with an OAC match at Wilmington College at 1:00 p.m.  The final home match of the season, Seniors' Day, is on Wednesday, April 28 when B-W hosts Otterbein College at 3:30 p.m. at the Collins Courts in Berea.

Tennis Match Results
Baldwin-Wallace College -- 6,  Ohio Northern University --  3

SINGLES:  No.1: Caitlyn Pecinovksy (B-W) def. Ashley Bonamer (ONU), 6-3, 6-2; No.2: Christie Gales (ONU) def. Jenny Greene (B-W), 6-0, 6-2; No.3: Rebecca Mittler (B-W) def. Mami Ito (ONU), 6-4, 6-4; No.4:  Emily Pelosi (B-W) def. Kristen Timperman (ONU), 6-2, 6-1; No.5:  Andrea Essig (B-W) def. Jenny Provost (ONU), 7-6 (7-3), 6-2; No.6: Katy Marshall (B-W) def. Jenna Bittner (ONU), 6-1, 6-1; DOUBLES:  No.1:  Ashley Bonamer/ Christie Gales (ONU) def. Caitilin Pecinovsky/Rebecca Mittler (B-W), 8-6;  No.2: Kristen Timperman/ Mami Ito (ONU) def. Jenny Greene/Emily Pelosi (B-W), 8-6; No.3: Katy Marshall/Andrea Essig (B-W) def. Jenna Bittner/ Jenny Provost (ONU), 8-1.



B-W Baseball 

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At the plate for B-W, had four base hits -- one each by senior second baseman Matt Rollins (Walbridge/ Millbury Lake), senior 3B Jim Martin (Euclid), senior first baseman Chris Nealon (Avon Lake) and senior designated hitter Scott Nealon (Avon Lake). Overall, B-W stranded runners on base in six of seven innings, including having the bases loaded in the top of the seventh inning only to have the game end on a double play.  On the mound, senior Justin Novak (Strongsville) has the hard-luck loser as he tossed a five-hitter over six innings, but fell to 3-2 overall this season. He struck out one ONU batter and did not allow a walk.

Euclid alum Jimmy Martin

In game one, Parma High alumnus Erik Stegman doubled and eventually scored in the midst of a two-run rally in the fifth that added insurance runs to the Polar Bears' slim lead.


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Parma High alumnus Erik Stegman


In game two, the Yellow Jackets gained a 4-0 lead in the second inning as Scott Nealon walked with one out and stole second. After junior rightfielder Ted Cowling (Streetsboro) walked, junior catcher John Ulanski (Bay Village/ Bay) singled with Scott Nealon scoring and Ulanski stopping at second. After sophomore shortstop Anthony Longhitano (Cuyahoga Falls) singled to load the bases, freshman CF Nolan Neuschaefer (Elyria/ Senior) singled home Cowling. After a fielder's choice scored Ulanski, Rollins doubled home Longhitano.


Longhitano

ONU came right back in the bottom of the second with a pair of runs to make the score 4-2 when Katana singled and scored on a two-run double by Stegman, and added a pair of unearned runs in the third to tie the game at 4-4.


Then B-W regained the lead at 5-4 as Neuschaefer led off the fourth inning with a single, moved to second on a sacrifice bunt and scored when Martin singled up the middle. The Yellow Jackets increased the lead to 9-4 in the sixth as Longhitano singled, but was forced out at second on a fielder's choice by freshman LF Brendan Touhey (East Amherst, N.Y./ St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute). After Toughey stole second and Rollins walked, Martin doubled home Toughey. After Chris Nealon walked to load the bases, Rollins then scored via a Scott Nealon single. Then Cowling singled home Martin and Ulanski walked to force home Chris Nealon.

Scott Nealon

The lead grew to 10-4 in the seventh as Neuschaefer singled, stole second, moved to third on a groundout and scored when Rollins singled to right field. B-W scored its final run in the ninth as Toughey walked, moved to second on a Rollins single, to third on fielder's choice and scored when Chris Nealon hit a sacrifice fly.

At the plate, Neuschaefer, Longhitano and Rollins led the 15-hit attack with three each. In addition, Martin and Ulanski each had a pair.  On the mound, senior Scott Luthman (Celina) pitched a complete game four-hitter, allowed four runs (two earned), struck out five and walked six as he improved to 2-2 overall..

Following its games against Heidelberg, B-W will remain at home on Thursday, April 22 for a single, nine-innings game against traditional rival Oberlin College at 4:30 p.m. and then ends its brief homestand next Saturday, April 24 when it hosts Wilmington College in a twinbill at 1:00 p.m.


Oberlin Tennis

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The Yeowomen achieved their 2-1 lead following doubles action with crushing defeats of the Battling Bishops’ top two pairings.

Ariel Lewis and Finley Gates cruised to an 8-0 win over Pam Quigney and Erin Cohn earning their 12th win of the season together in the top spot. 

Hitting in the second doubles position Preeya Shah and Brie White-Dzuro took down OWU’s Becky Simon and Emily Kiourtsis (8-1) improving to 5-3 as a partnership this spring.

Oberlin narrowly missed sweeping doubles play. Rebecca Brown and partner #Julie Christensen faced off against Mollie Campbell and Mackenzie Conway in the third spot. The two duos had the match tied at six (6) games apiece before the Bishop pairing got a bounce off the net taking the seventh and then eighth games preventing the OC sweep.

With today’s win, the women’s tennis team has recorded double-digit wins in seven of the last nine seasons, Oberlin currently stands 10-8 on the year.

Singles action saw fine displays from Lewis (6-0, 6-1) in the No. 1 spot, Gates and Shah kept the wins coming each earning straight set victories in the second and third singles positions respectively. 

Emily Thebaut defeated Conway in straight sets (6-1, 6-1) evening her season record in the sixth position at 4-4 and picking up her sixth dual win of the season.

In the No. 4 and No. 5 slots Oberlin got good efforts from Brown and Christensen but each came up just short. Brown evened her match at a set apiece before falling 10-5 in the super tiebreaker and Christensen pushed hard in the second set nearly forcing a tiebreaker but fell to Campbell 6-3, 7-5.


Mount Baseball 


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Otterbein led 7-2 after five innings in game two when Mount Union rallied by loading the bases in the top of the sixth inning and junior Dan Henderson (Canton/GlenOak) got the Raiders back in the game with a grand slam 

to make the score 7-6.


The Purple Raiders then tied the game in the seventh on an RBI single from senior Connor Nell (Powell/Olentangy) and he was the go ahead run when Henderson sent him home on a sacrifice fly.

Mount Union added what turned out to be some valuable insurance runs in the eighth as junior Matt Tracy (Pittsburgh/Central Catholic) knocked in a run on a single before Nell hit a three-run home run to give the Raiders a 12-7 lead.

Olmsted Falls alumnus Zach McGrain started on the mound


Otterbein rallied in the bottom of the eighth scoring two runs and brought the tying run to the plate in the bottom of the ninth before junior Cory Douglass (Independence/Garfield Heights) came in a slammed the door for his second save of the season.


Douglass was one of three relivers that preserved the win for junior Cody Colly (Massillon/Massillon Washington) who struck out a career-high nine hitters over seven innings to improve to 4-1 on the season.

In the opener Otterbein used the long ball as they scored seven runs off four home runs to get a 9-7 victory. 

John LaCorte fanned five Mount Union hitters and improved to 7-0 for the Cardinals.

Cory Douglass

Garfield's Douglas


The Raiders were led at the plate by sophomore Kyle VonDuyke (Medina/Medina) had three hits and junior Britt Williams (Massillon/Massillon Jackson) hit a two-run home run.


Zach McGrain of Olmsted Falls and Valley City started on the mound for OC and was knocked out of the the box in the sixth, but is still undefeated in four years as a college pitcher.


Mount Union's road trip continues on Sunday at 1 pm when the Raiders play a non-conference doubleheader at LaRoche (PA) in Pittsburgh, PA.


Dan Henderson

GlenOak's Henderson slams


Otterbein 9, Mount Union 7 (Apr 17, 2010 at Westerville, OH) (Game 1)

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Mount Union......... 004 001 2 -  7 12  1      (13-11, 4-5 OAC)

Otterbein........... 310 041 X -  9 14  1      (14-8, 6-1 OAC)

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Pitchers: Mount Union - Mark Sabatino; Cory Douglass(6) and Connor Nell. Otterbein -

John LaCorte; Kyle Stull(7); Dustin Reuter(7) and Wes Meadows.

Win-John LaCorte(7-0)  Loss-Mark Sabatino(3-4)  T-2:05  A-103

HR MTU - Britt Williams.

HR OTT - Wes Meadows; Brian Hiscox; Robb Hendershot; Clayton Clever.

Weather: 50 F Cloudy and Cool

K. Stull faced 1 batter in the 7th.

 

Mount Union 12, Otterbein 9 (Apr 17, 2010 at Westerville, OH) (Game 2)

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Mount Union......... 002 004 240  - 12 13  2      (14-11, 5-5 OAC)

Otterbein........... 013 030 020  -  9 11  2      (14-9, 6-2 OAC)

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Pitchers: Mount Union - Cody Colly; Beau Smith(8); Kyle VonDuyke(9); Cory Douglass(9) and

Connor Nell. Otterbein - Zach McGrain; David Cydrus(6); Matt Frey(7); Kyle Stull(8) and

Wes Meadows.

Win-Cody Colly(4-1)  Save-Cory Douglass(2)  Loss-David Cydrus(2-2)  T-3:00  A-117

HR MTU - Connor Nell; Dan Henderson.

HR OTT - Elliot Greenhill.

Weather: 50 F Sunny and Cool

Z. McGrain faced 4 batters in the 6th.

D. Cydrus faced 3 batters in the 7th.

Colly faced 1 batter in the 8th.

Smith faced 1 batter in the 9th.

VonDuyke faced 1 batter in the 9th.

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