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Emily Oliver

B-W Academic Honors

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Hlavin, who competed in the 1,500 meter run at the 2010 NCAA Division III National Outdoor Track & Field Championship Meet which was hosted by B-W in May, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in sports medicine and pre-physical therapy and carried a 3.694 grade point average. The Dean's List student who was a member of the Alpha Lambda and Chi Sigma Alpha honor societies was an Academic All-OAC and ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District IV selection in 2008-09 and again in 2009-10.

Overall, Hlavin is one of the most celebrated women's cross country and track student-athletes in school history and capped her career by being named as B-W's Outstanding Senior Female Athlete. She was a three-time All-OAC honoree in cross country, including being the OAC Runner of the Year in 2008-09, twice earning All-Great Lakes Region honors and twice ran at the NCAA Division III National Meet, including last fall when B-W hosted the championship meet.

In track, Hlavin was a multiple All-Ohio and OAC champion. At this winter's OAC Indoor Championship Meet, she was named as the Julie Zajac Most Outstanding Distance Runner as she won the 1-mile run, placed second in the 800 meters, seventh in the 5,000 meters and ran the anchor leg on the winning distance medley relay squad. She missed the spring's OAC Outdoor Championship Meet due to an injury. In addition to placing 18th in the 1,500 meters at the 2010 NCAA Outdoor Championship Meet, she was provisionally qualified in the 800-meter run.

Chinn is a mass communications major and Dean's List Student with a 3.734 GPA. She also is a member of the Alpha Lambda and Chi Alpha Sigma honor societies and is a Jacket Scholar.

Chinn was one of the top two runners on the OAC-champion cross country team and placed fifth as an individual at the league championship meet. During the indoor track season, she won the OAC 1,000-meter run in a time of 3:03.11, also setting a Marietta College facility record and was second in the 1-mile run.

At the 2010 OAC Outdoor Championships, Chinn was named the OAC Women's Distance Runner of the Meet as she ran on the first place 4x800-meter relay team and won both the 3,000-meter steeplechase and the 5,000-meter run. She provisionally qualified for the NCAA Division III National Meet in the 1,500-meter run and 3,000-meter steeplechase. In the 3,000-meter steeplechase, Chinn set a school-record and was national runner-up in a time of 10:30.53, earning All-America honors. Chinn's time broke the school record by eight seconds and bettered her personal best by 15 seconds. She became the third woman in B-W history to earn All-America honors in the steeplechase.

Oliver is a chemistry major with a 3.357 GPA. She is a Dean's List student and member of the American Chemical Society. During the indoor season, Oliver set a school-record in the five-event pentathlon with 3,247 points and was subsequently named as the OAC Track Athlete of the Week on February 22. She also qualified for the NCAA Indoor National Meet and finished 15th in the pentathlon. During the outdoor season, Oliver was named as the OAC Field Event Athlete of the Week on April 5 for her efforts at the Liberty (Va.) University Invitational, where she hit the NCAA provisional qualifying mark in the seven-event heptathlon. Oliver scored a personal-best of 4,288 points in the heptathlon at the North Central (Ill.) Gregory Multi-Event on May 18-19.kds


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Mount Football

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The football team reports back to campus on Wednesday, August 18 and starts practice on Thursday, August 19 with the season opener Saturday, September 11 at 2 pm against The University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.  The game will begin Larry Kehres' 25th season as Mount Union head coach and he has a 289-22-3 overall record.

OAC Preseason Coaches Poll
1. Mount Union (9) - 81
2. Ohio Northern - 71.5 (0.5)
3. Otterbein - 63.5 (0.5)
4. Capital - 56
5. Heidelberg - 43
6. Muskingum - 41
7. Baldwin-Wallace - 34
8. John Carroll - 31
9. Marietta - 19
10. Wilmington - 10

OAC Preseason Media Poll
1. Mount Union (34) - 340
2. Ohio Northern - 299
3. Otterbein  - 274
4. Capital - 197
5. Heidelberg - 176
6. John Carroll - 158
7. Muskingum - 154
8. Baldwin-Wallace - 145
9. Marietta - 78
10. Wilmington - 49

First Place votes in parenthesis

MAC TV Sked

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All games will begin at noon ET, with the telecast window extending to 3:30 p.m. The games will be distributed nationally via the ESPN GamePlan pay-per-view package, which is available to fans via cable, DIRECTV and Dish Network.  The telecasts will also be available on ESPN3.com, ESPN’s broadband sports network.

 

“In 2010, the Mid-American Conference hopes to build upon the success of our syndicated Game of the Week package from the past few seasons” said Dr. Jon A. Steinbrecher, Mid-American Conference commissioner. “This year’s package presents a number of attractive match-ups.  Through the efforts of our partners at ESPN Regional Television, we have a strong group of affiliates throughout the MAC footprint that assist in our continuing efforts to foster and grow the MAC brand.”

 

The six-week package will begin Sept. 18 with a non-conference match up as 2010 MAC front-runner Temple hosts the University of Connecticut from the BIG EAST Conference. The package will conclude Oct. 30, when Northern Illinois travels to Western Michigan. A full list of games can be found below.

 

The 24 markets that will air the package represent more than 22.7 million television households, or 20 percent of the U.S. Those markets and affiliates include: Chicago (WPWR – MNT); Philadelphia (WPVI – ABC); Detroit (WXYZ – ABC); Cleveland (WEWS – ABC); Indianapolis (WNDY – MNT); Columbus (WWHO – CW); Cincinnati (WKRC-DT2 – CW); Milwaukee (WMLW – Independent); Grand Rapids (WZZM – ABC); and Buffalo (WNYO – MNT).  A full listing can be found below.

 

Michael Reghi will call the action each week with analyst Doug Chapman

 

The 2010 football campaign marks the 64th season of MAC football and the 14th with a championship game. The season concludes Friday, Dec. 3, at Ford Field with the Marathon MAC Football Championship on ESPN2. With a record-tying five schools participating in bowl games last season, the MAC has produced bowl teams from 10 conference schools in the past five years. In addition, the competitiveness of the league has seen seven different schools represent their respective divisions in the last five championship games.

 

The number of MAC players in the NFL continues to grow as 91 former student-athletes were on active NFL rosters as of June 2009. Among those athletes are two-time Super Bowl champion quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (Miami University) and 2008 NFL Defensive Player of the Year James Harrison (Kent State University) of Pittsburgh.

The legacy of MAC greatness also has been recognized within its coaches, including former MAC greats Sid GillmanWoody Hayes, Don James, Don Nehlen, Ara ParseghianDoyt PerryBo Schembechler and Herb Deromedi in the College Football Hall of Fame.

 

2010 MAC ‘Game of the Week’ Schedule  (All Times Noon ET)

 

Date

Matchup

Sat, Sep 18

University of Connecticut at Temple

Sat, Oct 2

Ohio University at Eastern Michigan

Sat, Oct 9

Temple at Northern Illinois and

Western Michigan at Ball State               (Split Network)

Sat, Oct 16

Miami (OH) at Central Michigan

Sat, Oct 23

Temple at Buffalo

Sat, Oct 30

Northern Illinois at Western Michigan

 

MAC Football Affiliates

City/DMA Size              Station                         Affiliation        

Chicago (3)                   WPWR                          MNT

Philadelphia (4)             WPVI / WPVI-DT2          ABC / Live Well

Detroit (11)                    WXYZ                           ABC

Tampa-St. Pete (14)       BrightHouse                  RSN

Cleveland (18)               WEWS                          ABC

Orlando                  (19)     BrightHouse                  RSN

Indianapolis (25)            WNDY                          MNT                            

Cincinnati (33)               WKRC-DT2                   CW

Columbus, OH (34)        WWHO                         CW

Milwaukee (35)              WMLW                          Independent

Harrisburg, PA (39)        EHP                             MNT

Grand Rapids, MI (41)    WZZM                          ABC

Buffalo (52)                   WNYO                          MNT

Charleston, WV (63)      WSAZ-DT2                    MNT

Dayton, OH (65)            WKEF                           ABC

Flint, MI                (68)      WSMH                          FOX

Toledo, OH (73)             WTVG                           ABC

Madison, WI (85)           ETVW                           MNT

South Bend, IN (91)       WMYS                          Independent

Youngstown, OH (110)   WYTV                           ABC

Lansing , MI (115)          WHTV                           MNT

LaCrosse, WI (127)        KQEG                           Independent

Rockford, IL (134)         WTVO-DT2                    ABC

Wheeling, WV (159)       WTOV-DT2                    RTN

 

 

ESPN Regional Television

The nation’s largest syndicator of collegiate sports programming, ESPN Regional Television (ERT) annually produces more than 1,000 telecasts of sporting events. Programming includes football, basketball, NCAA events, golf and NHRA events, accounting for more than 2,200 live and/or original hours of programming. In addition to ownership of several sporting events, ERT is the production headquarters for ESPNU, the 24-hour college sports network and the syndication rights holder and producer of national, regional and local shows for college conferences (e.g. – BIG EASTBig 12Mid-AmericanSECWAC).

 

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