A Page -- Jan. 29, 2012

Detroit tops Cleveland State by seven; Brown scores 20 for Titans; Winton gets double-double for Vikings

CLEVELAND – Detroit stayed in the thick of the race of the Horizon League with Saturday’s, 50-43, women’s basketball victory over Cleveland State in a tight defensive battle in the Wolstein Center.

The Titans remain three games behind league-leader Green Bay at 6-3 while the Vikings fall to 3-6 and are now riding the skids of a three-game losing streak with another pair of home games coming up next week.

Detroit used its big freshman Shareta Brown to clog up the middle and control the short game on CSU, which tried to run and gun and spread it out on the floor in the hopes of getting enough in front of and enough behind Brown to get the open shots.


Unfortunately for Cleveland State, the shots would not fall as the Vikings shot 20 percent in the first half and 25 percent for the game. What’s worse, they missed all 10 three pointers they attempted in the first half.

They were successful in getting Brown, who is fifth in the league in scoring and eighth in rebounding, in foul trouble, as she picked up her second and sat the latter part of the first half and then her third early in the second half. She picked up her fourth later but avoided fouling out and wound up with 20 points and eight rebounds.

Brown, who came into the game leading the league in field goal percentage, made more than half her shots from the field and two thirds of her tosses from the foul line.

The Vikings tried to counter with a big girl of their own, Destinee Blue, who has missed the last six games with a foot injury but entered midway through the first half when she found her new medication to be working for her.

Blue got a couple baskets inside but did give the Vikings another dimension after their shooting was not on the mark.

Watch post game interviews with S/A Destinee Blue by clicking and downloading:

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Shay Winton’s scoring has been going up since Blue has been on the sidelines and this time she tried to throw inside to her instead of take the outside shot since the Vikings were not getting much off the passing. They had only eight assists for the game.

Watch post game interviews with S/A Shay Winton by clicking and downloading:

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Winton was the only one in this game to finish with a double-double, making 12 rebounds and scoring 15 points. She was also the strongest on the defensive end for CSU with a block and three steals.

On the playmaking end it was Janelle Adams with three assists for CSU. Lauren Allen led Detroit with four assists. The Titans outrebounded the Vikings, 42-32. Allen also had eight boards for Detroit.

It was a low-scoring game in the first half with a 6-5 score to near midway of the period and then by the end of the half it was a 17-17 game.

Detroit was able to get it out to a 10-point lead at 44-34 with 2:52 to play on a Brown basket and Cleveland State was able to bounce back at 45-42 on Cori Coleman layup but could never get it to a one-possession game in the final two minutes.

Blue wound up fouling out in only eight minutes of play.  Winton played the whole 40 minutes.







THE GREAT SHOE SCRAMBLE

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 Hollinger, Iacono Lead Spartans Past Brandeis

WALTHAM, Mass. –The tandem of senior forward Erin Hollinger<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/wbkb/2011-12/bios/hollinger%20erin%20927u> (Chardon, Ohio/Chardon) and junior guard Evy Iacono<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/wbkb/2011-12/bios/iacono%20evy%20lmlk> (Cincinnati, Ohio/Mount Notre Dame) combined for 37 points as the Case Western Reserve University women's basketball team earned a 61-54 victory versus Brandeis University in University Athletic Association action on Friday evening inside Red Auerbach Arena.

The Spartans (9-8, 2-4 UAA) snap a four-game losing skid and look to notch their 10th victory of the season on Sunday afternoon at New York University at 2:00 p.m.

Mount Swimmers top Penn State -B


ERIE, Pa.— Senior Sarah Noble (Copley/Copley) and sophomore Courtney Gabel (Fremont/Fremont Ross) each won a pair of individual events as Mount Union's women's swimming and diving team earned a 133-82 win over Penn State-Behrend Saturday afternoon to improve to 8-2 on the season.

Noble took first in the 200-yard freestyle (2:04.77) and 500-yard freestyle (5:44.42) while Gabel was first in the 50-yard freestyle (:24.96) and 100-yard butterfly (1:01.92).

Also earning wins for the Purple Raiders were senior Alyson Kolesar (Stow/Stow), senior Taylor Harrison (New Philadelphia/New Philadelphia), Kerry McCann (Bow, N.H./Bow), and Becky Mann (Louisville/Louisville).

Kolesar won the 100-yard freestyle (:56.01), Harrison won the 400-yard IM (4:55.54), McCann won the 100-yard backstroke (1:05.29), and Mann won the 1,000-yard freestyle (11:39.53).

Gabel and Kolesar were also members of the 200-yard medley relay team that took first place with a time of 1:56.84. SeniorAllison Davila (Middleburg Heights/Midpark) and sophomore Shelbey Mitchell (Stow/Stow-Munroe Falls) were also on the relay team.

Mount Union finishes the regular season when it hosts Westminster (Pa.) in a dual meet next Saturday at 1 pm.

 

 

 

Carpenter Scores 17 Points as B-W Women Beat Wilmington, 77-56, in Berea

BEREA, OHIO  – Junior forward Jessica Carpenter (North Canton/ Hoover)  scored 17 points as the Baldwin-Wallace College women’s basketball team beat Wilmington College, 77-56, today (Saturday, January 28, 2012) in an Ohio Athletic Conference game in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium in the Lou Higgins Center.  This was the second and final regular season meeting between the teams.

Media and fans can view this game on SportsTime Ohio on Saturday night at 11:00 p.m.

With its victory, B-W improved to 12-7 overall and 7-5 in the OAC and won for the fourth time in the last five games. With its loss, Wilmington fell to 10-9 overall and 5-7 in the OAC and lost for the second straight time.

In addition to Carpenter for the B-W, freshman guard Shari Mangas (Leipsic) scored 12 points and sophomore guard Jessica Lairson (Louisville) had 11. Also, sophomore backup center Natalia Simovic (Seven Hills/ Normandy) had nine points, a game-high 10 rebounds and seven blocked shots.  Wilmington was led by sophomore guard Bria Eslick with 18 points, sophomore forward Brianna Peters had 14 and sophomore guard Makenzie Wippel had 10.

Hiram College Women’s Basketball Rallies to Beat Denison University

January 28, 2012

HIRAM, OHIO – Senior guard Tiffany Shields (Bedford Heights/Bedford) scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Hiram College women’s basketball team past Denison University, 54-50, today (Saturday, Jan. 28) in a North Coast Athletic Conference game at Price Gymnasium. [Game Stats]

With the win, the Terriers improve to 6-12 overall and 3-7 in the NCAC. The Big Red are now 12-7 overall and 5-5 NCAC.

Denison opened the game by scoring the first seven points and quickly built a double-figure lead, 13-2, at the 12:15 mark. The Big Red went on to lead by as many as 12 points in the first half, 17-5, with 9:18 left before halftime. Momentum then shifted in favor of Hiram as the Terrier shooting started to find its mark and the Denison shooting went cold. Hiram ended the half outscoring Denison, 23-5, including a 19-3 scoring run in the final 6:04 that ended in a jumper by Shields with three seconds left giving the Terriers a 28-22 lead at the break.

In the second half, it would be Denison who struggled early on as Hiram outscored the Big Red, 11-4, and recorded its largest lead of the game of 13 points, 39-26, on a another bucket by Shields with 12:53 left to play in the game. But Denison looked to mount a rally of its own and battled back to within three points, 41-38, later in the half at the 6:18 mark. The Terriers got some breathing room as they increased their lead to eight points, 48-40, thanks to a three-pointer by junior guard Chelsea Kovach (Lakewood) with just over four minutes to go. The Big Red would not go away and got to within four points on two occasions, including a 54-50 deficit with nine seconds remaining. But that would be as close as Denison would get as Hiram held on for the 54-50 victory.

Wagers Reaches 1,000 Points, But Storm Comeback Comes Up Short at Wayne State

DETROIT, MICH. – Graduate senior forward Alyssa Wagers (Stow, Ohio/Stow-Munroe Falls) became the eighth player in program history – including third this season – to reach the 1,000 career point mark but an 13-0 run midway through the second period proved to be too much to overcome as the Lake Erie College women's basketball team had its three-game winning streak snapped with a 67-64 road loss at Wayne State University.

John Carroll swimming betters Baldwin-Wallace

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, OHIO – The Baldwin-Wallace College men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams fell to host John Carroll University today (Saturday, January 28, 2012) at the William H. Johnson Natatorium .

The Yellow Jacket women lost to JCU, 142-90, and the B-W men were also defeated by a score of 124-104. With these loses, the B-W women are now 4-7 overall and x-x in the OAC and the men are now 3-8 overall and x-x in the OAC.

The Yellow Jacket men were led by sophomore Patrick Donohoe (Columbus/Bishop Watterson) who took first place in three events including the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:21.08, the 400-yards individual medley with a time of 4:24.35, and the 200-yard butterfly in a time of 2:01.25.

In addition to Donohoe,  sophomore Ryan Stover (Napoleon) took first place in the 200-yard backstroke in a time of 2:07.80.  Also for the men, junior Tony Tijerina (Defiance/Napoleon) took first place in the 1-meter dive with a score of 261.30.  The mens 200-yard medley relay team consisting of Stover, Tijerina, senior Nic Null (Shelby/Mansfield St. Peter’s), and junior Matthew Zych (Des Plaines, Ill./Maine West) placed first in a time of 1:44.18.

The women were led by sophomore Angela Musille (Canton/GlenOak) who finished first in both the 400-yard individual medley and the 200-yard breaststroke with times of 4:59.63 and 2:32.27, respectively. Also for the women, four-time NCAA Division III All-American junior diver Julie Pinter (Broadview Heights/ Brecksville-Broadview Hts.) won the 1-meter event with 325.90 points, and won the 3-meter event with 344.35. The women’s 200-yard medley relay team consisting of sophomores Emma Gerdes (Avon), Musille, Kayla Miller (Van Wert), and junior Kelsey Richards (Wadsworth), placed first in a time of 1:55.48.

Warriors Run Past Storm In GLIAC Play

PAINESVILLE, OHIO – Wayne State University (12-7, 9-4 GLIAC) got off to a feverish 16-0 start and never looked back in a 92-57 win over Lake Erie College (7-11, 2-9 GLIAC) in GLIAC play at the Matthaei Center in Detroit, Mich. 

The Warriors were lights out from the field the entire afternoon, shooting 65.5 percent (36-of-55). The Storm was held to just 42.2% (20-of-48) from the field and was outrebounded 30-19. 

Lake Erie was led by sophomore guard Tom Parker (Cleveland, Ohio/St. Ignatius) with a career-high tying 11 points.  Also in double figures for the Storm was classmate Riley Thomas (Cardington, Ohio/Cardington-Lincoln) with 10. Wayne State was led by the duo of Ian Larkin and Stacy Waters with 22 and 20 points respectively.  Ike Udanoh and Bryan Coleman chipped in for the Warriors with 14 points each. 

 Spartan Women Drop Dual Meet at Ohio Northern, 172-126

ADA, Ohio – The Case Western Reserve University women's swimming & diving team lost in dual meet action at Ohio Northern University by a score of 172-126 on Saturday afternoon at the ONU Sports Center.

The Spartans fall to 3-8 overall heading into their final tune-up for the University Athletic Association Championship next Friday, February 3 at Notre Dame College (Ohio) at 6:00 p.m.

Hiram College Men’s Basketball Falls Short of No. 19 The College of Wooster

January 28, 2012

HIRAM, OHIO – Despite the final score, the Hiram College men’s basketball team lost a hard-fought game against No. 19 nationally-ranked The College of Wooster, 88-73, this afternoon (Saturday, Jan. 28) in a North Coast Athletic Conference game at Price Gymnasium. [Game Stats]

Following today’s game, the Terriers are now 11-8 overall and 4-6 in the NCAC. The Fighting Scots improve to 16-3 overall and 7-3 NCAC.

Brocious Sets Pool Record as Mount Men's Swimming and Diving Drops Dual Meet

ERIE, Pa.—Junior Rob Brocious (Mentor/Mentor) recorded a pool record time in the 400 IM, but it was not quite enough as Mount Union's men's swimming and diving team lost a close meet to Penn State-Behrend, 129-101.

Brocious gave the men their first event win of the day when he swam the 400-yard IM in a time of 4:25.15, setting a pool record. He also took first place in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 4:53.75.

Three other Raiders earned first place finishes in individual events. Sophomore Mike Zappa (Shelby/Shelby) took the 100-yard butterfly (:54.45), junior Mike Greisl (South Euclid/Notre Dame Cathedral Latin) the 100-yard freestyle (:49.45), and freshman Brian Ruhe (Versailles/Versailles) the 100-yard breaststroke (1:03.20).

Zappa and Greisl were joined by freshman Hayden Birnbrich (Pataskala/Columbus St. Charles) and seniorDominique Melvin (Woodmere/Orange) to finish first in the 200-yard freestyle relay (1:30.04).

Mount Union wins 13th straight


COLUMBUS, Ohio -- No. 10 ranked Mount Union ran its win streak to 13 games with a 66-57 win over Capital in an Ohio Athletic Conference matchup Saturday in Columbus.


Kori Wiedt (North Olmsted/North Olmsted) had 15 points and Amanda Rose (Green/Green) scored 13 points as the Purple Raiders are now 18-1 overall and at 11-1 in the OAC to maintain first place in the conference. 


Shalena Hawkins had a game-high 16 points and 10 rebounds as Capital saw its win streak end at five games and is 13-6 overall and 8-4 in the OAC.


The first half had three ties and four leads changes and took a 25-21 lead into the locker room.  



Yeowomen topple Tigers


Oberlin, Ohio - Behind an all-around great team effort, the Oberlin College women's basketball team was able to knock off the visiting Tigers of Wittenberg, 73-56, on Saturday afternoon at Philips Gym.
 
All five starters had outstanding days for the Yeowomen as Kelly Warlich led the way with a career-high 23 points, and added 10 rebounds for her sixth double-double of the year. Freshman Christina Marquette added 16 points and 12 boards in the winning effort. Sophomore Malisa Hoak netted 12 points and added eight assists in the game, compared to only three turnovers. Allison Gannon was the other double-figure scorer with 11 points.
 
The Yeowomen came out strong in the first half, holding Wittenberg to just 18 points. Hoak was in the giving mood as she dished out five assists in the first half, with no turnovers. Warlich led the offensive attack for the Yeowomen with nine points and five boards. Marquette added eight points, seven rebounds, and two assists. Wittenberg’s only lead of the half came when they went up by a score of 2-0. Oberlin was able to hold Wittenberg to 18 points, and they were just 7-of-32 from the floor in the first half. However, the Yeowomen were 14-of-25, and led by a score of 34-18 going into the second period.



Yeomen clubbed by Witt


Oberlin, Ohio – The Oberlin College men’s basketball team gave the NCAC’s best team all they could handle, but in the end the Wittenberg University Tigers were able to outlast the Yeomen, 68-56, on Saturday afternoon at Philips Gym.

Geoff Simpson and Emmanuel Lewis led the Yeomen with 15 points apiece. Simpson went 6-of-15 from the floor, while Lewis came off the bench to record a career-high as he was 5-of-6 shooting, including a perfect 3-of-3 from beyond the arc en route to netting. Rookie Austin Little chipped in with eight points, while Andrew Fox contributed with a team-high 10 rebounds to go along with eight points.

The Tigers (15-4, 9-1 NCAC) started the game on an 11-0 run, but the Yeomen fought back and eventually tied the contest at 19 with 6:36 left in the opening half. The game was later tied at 22, but the Tigers closed out the frame on a 14-6 run to take a 36-28 lead into the locker room.


Dembowski's School Record Highlights Day Two of Findlay Classic


Findlay, Ohio – The Oberlin College track and field teams wrapped up the non-team scored Findlay Classic with a plethora of outstanding results.

Highlighting the day for the Yeomen was junior Sean Dembowski as he set a new school record in the heptathlon with 3,744 points. On the day he also had person-best marks in the pole vault (11-07.75) and 1,000-meter run (2:53.86).

Making his season debut, senior Shawn Chrapczynski turned in strong performances in both the 60-meter and 200-meter dashes. In the shorter of the two races, he checked in at 7.25 to place 20th overall in the 56-man field. In the 200 he was 17th out 58 with a mark of 23.33.

On the women’s end, Amanda Gracia finished second in the 800-meter run with a timestamp of 2:22.03. The junior was also ran the third leg of the 4x400 relay team that posted a season-best time of 4:10.87 to place fourth in the event. She was joined by Margaret MillerRyann McChesney and Marissa Clardy.

Running for the first time this winter, cross country All-American Molly Martorella picked up right where she left off as she flew through the 3,000 meter run with a lifetime-best time of 10:11.95.

Furthermore, Piper Nash (10:52.77), Lindsay Neal (10:54.35) and Caroline Martin (10:55.14) all qualified for the conference meet in the 3,000 as they finished fifth through seventh, respectively.


Spartan Wrestlers Compete at Pete Willson Invitational at 


Wheaton

WHEATON, Ill. – The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team competed at the two-day Pete Willson Invitational on Friday and Saturday at Wheaton College's Sport and Recreation Complex. The Spartans placed 30th in the 31-team field.

Senior heavyweight Cale Harter<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/wrest/2011-12/bios/harter%20cale%20o4s0> (Mount Pleasant, Mich./Mount Pleasant) was 3-2 for the weekend. The captain dropped his opening match before reeling off three-straight victories in the consolation bracket. Versus Patrick Marlatt of Wabash College (Ind.), Harter won by pin in 3:36.

He followed with a 6-0 decision over Shane Hendrickson of Trine University (Ind.) and a 1-0 win versus Alec Barker of John Carroll University before falling to Logan Renas of Olivet College (Mich.).


Baldwin-Wallace Wrestling Team Competes In The 12th 


Annual Simonson Open Meet In Ashland

ASHLAND OHIO--The Baldwin-Wallace College wrestling team competed today (Saturday, January 28, 2012) at the 12th Annual Simonson Open Meet in the Kates Gymnasium.

The Yellow Jackets were led by freshman Sam McIntosh (South Euclid/Brush) who won his first two matches by the scores of 7-5 and 5-2 respectively.  To later medically defaulted out of the tournament in the semi-finals.

B-W will travel to Muskingum to compete in a OAC Dual match on Wednesday February 7 at 7:30 p.m.. The next home match is on Thursday, February 16, 2012 against Ohio Athletic Conference rival University of Mount Union at 7:30 p.m. for Seniors’ and Parents’ Night.

Mount finishes third at Willson


WHEATON, Ill. -- An impressive weekend of wrestling by No. 16 ranked Mount Union resulted in the Purple Raiders getting a third place finish at the Pete Willson Invitational at Wheaton College just outside of Chicago, Ill.

Traditionally it is one of the top invitationals in the nation with nine of the top 30 NCAA Division III teams were in attendance.


NCAA Divison II Wisconsin-Parkside won the event with 117.5 points, No. 9 ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater came in second with 102 points followed by Mount Union with 92.5 points.


Six Purple Raiders placed led by senior Derick Hesson (Dexter City/Caldwell) who won the title at 285. Hesson also got the fastest pin of the tournament in his first match Friday as he took down Thomas Phalin of Lakeland, Wis. in 16 seconds. Hesson, who is ranked No. 2 in the nation in the weight class, would eventually knock off Wisconsin-Whitewater's Corey Anderson, 7-2 in the finals.


Senior Josh Malave (Rocky River/Lutheran West) finished third at 141.  Malave, ranked No. 9 in the nation at the weight class, suffered a close 4-1 loss in the championship semifinals but came back with a tech fall and a 13-5 major decision win over Victor Bracey in the third place match.

Slow start dooms Mount basketball


ALLIANCE, Ohio—The Mount Union men's basketball team was unable to overcome scoring just 15 points in the first half and dropped an Ohio Athletic Conference game to first-place Capital, 63-49, Saturday afternoon at the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex.


Freshman Stevie Griffin (Canton/Massillon Jackson) paced the Purple Raiders (8-11, 4-8) with 14 points. Sophomore T.J. Gillespie (Toledo/St. John's) provided a spark with 12 points off the bench and senior Jimmy Wood (Wintesville/Indian Creek) had 10 points.


Lake Erie track sets two records


GENEVA, OHIO -- Only two school records fell Saturday (Jan. 28), but the Lake Erie College Track and Field teams still had a successful weekend with 10 top-10 finishes at the SPIRE Midwest Collegiate Open at SPIRE Institute in Geneva.


The unscored meet featured nearly 20 schools, including three Division I teams.


Junior Samantha Smith (Brunswick, Ohio/Brunswick) ran a school-best 1:39.75 in the 600-meters to place third in the event, setting a school record for the second week in a row. Last week she set a new mark in the 800-meters at the SPIRE North Coast Open.  Sophomore Shanita Fluker (Flint, Mich./Southwest) was close behind Smith, finishing sixth in the 600-meters with a time of 1:41.36.


The other school record was set in the triple jump as freshman Brandy Nortum (Tarentum, Pa./Highlands) took seventh in the event at 34' 5" – six inches better than her previous best jump, which was the old school mark.


No. 12 Spartan Men See Dual Meet Win Streak Snapped at No. 16 ONU

ADA, Ohio – For the first time in 15 dual meets dating back to November of 2010, the No. 12 nationally-ranked Case Western Reserve University men's swimming & diving team was on the losing end of the scoreboard, falling to No. 16 Ohio Northern University, 158-136, on Saturday afternoon at the ONU Sports Center.

The Spartans fall to 10-1 for the season, while the Polar Bears improve to 12-1.

Case's last dual meet loss came in tri-meet action with Kenyon College and Grove City College (Pa.) on November 20, 2010.

Diving events were a key in Saturday's result as the Polar Bears picked up 32 points combined on the one and three-meter boards. The Spartans did not compete in either event as All-University Athletic Association diver Daniel Jacobson<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/mswimdive/2011-12/bios/jacobson%20dan%20g59f> (Solon, Ohio/Solon) was out with an illness.

In the pool, sophomore Gus Bailey<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/mswimdive/2011-12/bios/bailey%20gus%20hnku> (Grove City, Ohio/Grove City) was a double-winner with first-place finishes in the 50-yard freestyle (21.75 seconds) and 100 free (48.46).


Bowman Scores 16 as Wilmington Beats B-W, 77-70 in 


overtime, in Berea

BEREA, OHIO – Senior guard Antonio Bowman  scored 16 points as the Wilmington College men’s basketball team defeated Baldwin-Wallace College, 77-70 in overtime, today (Saturday, January 28, 2012) in an Ohio Athletic Conference game in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium inside the Lou Higgins Center. This was the second and final regular season meeting between the teams.

Media and fans can watch the replay of this game on SportsTime Ohio on Saturday, Jan. 28 at 9:00 p.m., Sunday, Jan. 29 at 5:00 a.m. and Monday, Jan. 30 at 7:00 a.m.

With its victory, Wilmington improved its record to 10-8 overall and 8-4 in the OAC.  With its loss, B-W dropped to 11-8 overall and 6-6 in the OAC.

In addition to Bowman for Wilmington, junior guard Brandon Candella had 13 points, sophomore forward  Malcolm Heard II had 12 and freshman guard RJ Leppert had 10.  B-Wx was led by sophomore All-OAC forward Kyle Payne’s (Brunswick) game-high 21 points. In addition, junior guard Ben Umbel (Poland/ Seminary) had a double-double with 15 points and a game-high-tying 10 rebounds. He tied for rebound honors with sophomore center Tyler Ferrell (Brunswick) who also had 10 caroms..


Spartan Men’s Track & Field Opens Winter at SPIRE Midwest Open; Reusser Wins Shot Put

GENEVA, Ohio – The Case Western Reserve University men's track & field team officially opened the 2012 season with a small contingent of competitors at the SPIRE Midwest Open on Friday and Saturday at the SPIRE Institute Facility.

Freshman thrower Sam Reusser<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/mtrack/2011-12/bios/reusser%20sam%20fzq7> (Orrville, Ohio/Orrville) turned in the Spartans' top performance of the weekend with a first-place finish in the shot put. The first-year Spartan bested the 11-person field with a throw of 38 feet, one-quarter inch.

Sophomore Andrew Barnhart<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/mtrack/2011-12/bios/barnhart%20andrew%201w3k> (Ligonier, Pa./Ligonier Valley) was third in the triple jump with a mark of 41'1.75" as was senior captain Matthew Jurcak<http://athletics.case.edu/sports/mtrack/2011-12/bios/jurcak%20matthew%20a088> (Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls) in the 60-meter hurdles in 8.34 seconds.



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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