B Page -- April 30, 2010


OAC Men's Golf Tourney

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Ohio Northern is just one shot in back of the Purple Raiders in third place with a 309, Heidelberg is in fourth with a 311 while regular season champion John Carroll rounds out the top five with a 314.

In all six teams are within 19 strokes of the lead as Baldwin-Wallace is in sixth place with a 315 and Capital in seventh with a 317.

Cody MacLean of Otterbein shot a one-over-par 73 to lead while teammate Ben Adams and Vincent Lorenzo of Mount Union are a stroke behind after round one in a bunched field that has 17 golfers within four shots of the top.
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North Royalton High grad Vince Lorenzo

The top-10 individuals will earn All-OAC honors and the team champion claims the conference's automatic bid to the NCAA Men's Golf Championship held May 11-14 at Hershey Country Club and Hershey Links in Hershey, Pa.

The tournament finishes with an 18-hole round that tees off at 10 am Saturday.

2010 OAC Men's Golf Championship
Tannenhauf Golf Club (Alliance, OH)
Par 72, 6,694 yds.

Team Scores
1. Otterbein 298, 2. Mount Union 308, 3. Ohio Northern 309, 4. Heidelberg 311, 5. John Carroll 314, 6. Baldwin-Wallace 315, 7. Capital 317, 8. Muskingum 320, 9. Wilmington 330.

Top 5 Individuals
1. Cody MacLean (OTT) 73, 2. Ben Adams (OTT) and  Vincent Lorenzo (MTU) 74, 4. Alex Stansell (OTT), Tom Repicky (ONU) and Zack Koinis (BERG) 75.


B-W/OAC Tennis Title

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B-W took a 3-0 lead in doubles play as the number one duo of junior Caitlyn Pecinovsky (Whitehall/Columbus Bishop Hartley) and freshman Rebecca Mittler (Elyria/Catholic) won, 8-2; the No.2 tandem of junior Emily Pelosi (Uniontown/Green) and sophomore Jenny Greene (Worthington/Thomas Worthington) won 8-1; and the No. 3 team of junior Katy Marshall (Medina/Senior) and freshman Anna Callahan (Williamsville, N.Y./Clarence Central) won, 8-0.
Green alumna Emily Pelosi

In singles play, B-W won all six matches in straight sets. Pecinovsky won at No. 1, Greene at No. 2, Mittler at No. 3, Pelosi at No. 4, Marshall at No. 5, and freshman Danielle Rueger (Ashland/Senior) at No. 6.
Rueger

Following Sunday's match with Wilmington, B-W will host an OAC Tournament quarterfinal match on Tuesday, May 4 at 3:30 p.m. in Berea.

The OAC Final Four is on Friday and Saturday, May 7-8, at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio. The winner of the OAC Tournament receives the OAC’s automatic berth into the NCAA Division III National Tournament.
Callahan

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