B Page -- Nov. 30, 2010

Shavon Robinson
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MAC Basketball Today 

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Canton South alumna Shavon Robinson aided a 7-11 Bobcats effort at the line with a personal 5 -or-6 night from the charity stripe.


Toledo at St. Peter's, 7 pm
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Toledo (3-3) visits Saint Peter's (0-4) on Tuesday, Nov. 30 for its fourth-consecutive game away from Savage Arena. The Rockets are 2-2 away from the friendly confines of home this season and 21-21 over the last two-plus seasons under Head Coach Tricia Cullop. The contest will tip off at 7:00 p.m. in the Yanitelli Center. Through the first six contests this season, Melissa Goodall and Naama Shafir are combining to average 30.3 points, 9.7 boards and 6.3 helpers. They are shooting 39.8 percent (51-of-128) from the field and 84.0 percent (21-of-25) from the charity stripe. In all, UT has seven players averaging at least 4.5 points per game.

Perry High alum Courtney Ingersoll


 

Perry Township naïve Courtney Ingersoll had five points and four rebounds in the Rockets’ 68-60 win over Iona Sunday.

 

Kenmore alumna Andola Dortch had a combined nine rebounds and four asssits in the Rockets’ two wins over the weekend (77-72 over New Rochelle Saturday).

Akron native Andola Dortch


Northern Illinois at Illinois-Chicago, 8 pm
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The Northern Illinois women's basketball team travels 65 miles east of DeKalb to face UIC, Tuesday night at 7 p.m., in the first contest of a five game road trip. At 4-2, head coach Kathi Bennett has the Huskies off to their best start since 2006-07, when NIU opened up 7-2 before finishing the year 19-12. It is the best start by a first-year head coach in Northern Illinois history. Marke Freeman has scored 20 or more points four times this season, including in each of the last two games. 


McCutchan Academic All American 

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Also a second-team selection in 2009, McCutchan, is the only player from the University Athletic Association to earn Academic All-America status – marking the second straight year she has accomplished that feat.


A biomedical engineering major with a perfect 4.0 grade point average, McCutchan is one of just 18 student-athletes from around the nation to earn College Division ESPN Academic All-America honors.


This fall, McCutchan led the Spartans to their first-ever NCAA Tournament berth and totaled career-highs with 529 kills and 136 blocks. For her efforts, she also was voted to the UAA second-team for a third consecutive season and was twice tabbed as UAA Player of the Week.


In just three seasons, the Hamilton-native has compiled 1,460 kills, which already ranks her second in school history. She will enter her senior season just 220 away from tying Lindsey Deyer’s (1998-00) school-record of 1,680. McCutchan also is CWRU’s all-time leader in attack percentage (.320) and stands fourth in the record book with 373 blocks.


In addition to her outstanding accomplishments on the court, she has been equally impressive in the classroom. She was awarded the Outstanding Sophomore Award by the Case School of Engineering last year and has received CWRU Dean’s High Honors in each of her semesters. McCutchan also is a two-time UAA All-Academic pick.


Bowling Honor Roll 

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299 Games

Erin Loschetter, Avon, 11/3, Buckeye Lanes;

Richard Helmink, North Olmsted, 11/26, Fairview Lanes;

 

 

    298 Games

 

 

    800 Series

Michael Clark Jr., Lakewood, 11/24, Buckeye Lanes (816);

 

 

    900 Series

Matt Latarski, Medina, 11/26, Roseland Lanes;

 

 

Six Sports In Action As Schedule Slows 

With CSU Finals Approaching

Viking Swimming & Basketball Compete At Home This Week

November 30, 2010  

With final exams just two weeks away, the week featrues only a handful of events for the Viking winter athletic teams as five of the seven teams are in action.

The men's basketball team, which improved to 8-0 with a 58-53 win over Robert Morris on Monday (Nov. 29), will open up Horizon League play with two games in the state of Wisconsin.  The Vikings will play at Green Bay on Thrusday (Dec. 2) at 8:00 p.m. before closing the trip with an 8:00 p.m. contest at Milwaukee on Saturday (Dec. 4).

Off to a 5-1 start, the women's basketball team will play just one game this week, hosting Western Michigan on Friday (Dec. 3) beginning at 7:00 p.m. in the Wolstein Center.

The wrestling team will take part in a pair of dual meets this weekend, traveling to Ypsilanti, MI for a dual with Eastern Michigan on Friday (Dec. 3) at 7:00 p.m. and then finishing the week with a 6:00 p.m. contest at Northwestern on Saturday (Dec. 4).

The swimming and diving teams will both be at home on Tuesday (Nov. 30) when the Vikings host teams from Canisius, John Carroll and Notre Dame College for the annual City College Meet beginning at 3:00 p.m. in Busbey Natatorium.

Men's Basketball To Open League Play At Green Bay & Milwaukee
Off To A Record Start, The Vikings Are First Team To Win Eight Games In The Nation This Year

After recording the first undefeated month since February of 1986, the men's basketball team will take to the road this week to open up Horizon League play with a pair of games in Wisconsin.  The Vikings will face Green Bay on Thursday (Dec. 2) starting at 8:00 p.m. and Milwaukee on Saturday (Dec. 4) at 8:00 p.m.

Cleveland State is 8-0 on the year after claiming wins over Akron (64-51), St. Bonaventure (69-51) and Robert Morris (58-53) in the last week to become the first team nationally to win eight games.  The win streak has paid off as CSU received one vote in this week's Associated Press poll (41st nationally), moved up to fifth in this week's CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major poll and earned a No. 20 ranking in the most recent RPI.

"We've been able to get off to a good start this year because we are playing good defense," head coach Gary Waters said.  "I knew that we were capable of playing well early, but with D'Aundray Brown still out, we have had to work even more as a team and focus defensively to keep winning."

The task ahead this week is a big one as CSU has dropped 10 straight games at Milwaukee and has won just once in the last 10 games at Green Bay.

"This is going to be a difficult week for us because this trip is so physically demanding and we will be facing two good teams.  But we are a veteran team and we will need that experience if we are going to achieve our goal of winning a championship."

The Vikings are definitely playing like veterans as returning starters Norris Cole (21.5 ppg), Trey Harmon (12.8), Jeremy Montgomery (10.5) and Aaron Pogue (8.3, 6.5 rpg) have formed a solid nucleus.  As a team, CSU leads the Horizon League in scoring defense (56.2), field goal defense (.369), steals (8.8) and turnovers forced (17.6) and is second in three-point defense (.262) and turnover margin (+5.6).

Women's Basketball Hosts Western Michigan In Lone Contest This Week
Vikings' 5-1 Start Is Second Best In School History

After a stretch of four games over 10 days, the Cleveland State women's basketball team lightens its load this week, playing just one game when the Vikings host Western Michigan on Friday (Dec. 3) at 7:00 p.m. in the Wolstein Center.

The Vikings enter the week with a 5-1 record, marking the second best start through six games in school history. CSU picked up two wins at home last week, knocking off Toledo, 58-50, on Tuesday (Nov. 23) and Florida A&M, 67-49, on Friday (Nov. 26) before having its five game win streak snapped with a 66-56 setback at Indiana on Sunday (Nov. 28).

"I am very pleased with the way that we have opened the season, but this team is still a work in progress," head coach Kate Peterson Abiad said. "Our defensive effort has been very good through the first six games of the season, but we have to find a way to get into a better rhythm offensively. We have learned a lot about this team through the first six games and I know that we will continue to grow and mature as the season progresses."

Junior Destinee Blue paced the Vikings offensively last week, averaging 16.3 points and 8.3 rebounds, while shooting .607 (17-28) from the field. She set career-highs with 20 points and 13 rebounds in Sunday's game at Indiana. Sophomore Shalonda Winton averaged a double-double of 11.0 points and 10.7 rebounds last week, adding nine assists and eight steals.

The Vikings have been at their best on the defensive end of the court this season, holding four of their six opponents to 50 points or less. In addition, CSU leads the Horizon League in three point field goal percentage defense (.237) and field goal percentage defense (.352), is second in steals (11.8) and scoring defense (55.7).

Women's Swimming Hosts Canisius, John Carroll & Notre Dame College

Already off to its best start in program history, the Cleveland State women's swimming and diving team (8-1) will have an opportunity pick up three more wins on Tuesday (Nov. 30) when the Vikings host Canisius, John Carroll and Notre Dame College in the City College Meet at the Busbey Natatorium. The diving competition will begin at 3:00 p.m. with the swimming events set for 5:00 p.m.

"We're coming off a nice break and we'll be competing in our home pool," head coach Wally Morton said. "I think that we will swim very fast in this meet."

If the Vikings sweep all three opponents, they would reach 11 wins before the winter break for the first time ever. It would also eclipse the 1982-83 squad, which finished 10-2, for the second most wins in a season. Last year's team set the record with 14 victories.

Following the City College Meet, Joanna Olsson and Alice Sommerville will represent CSU at the USA Swimming National Championship this week (Dec. 2-4) in Columbus, Ohio. Olsson will compete in the 200 IM, the 200 fly and the 400 IM while Sommerville will compete in the 50 free and the 100 fly.

Sommerville and Olsson will be competing against swimmers from schools all over the country, as any collegiate swimmer with a recorded time below any individual or relay event's qualifying mark is invited to participate.

Men's Swimming Set To Host City College Meeet

After being on the road for its last five meets, the Viking men's swimming and diving team (6-1-1) will close its fall season by hosting the City College Meet, featuring Canisius, John Carroll and Notre Dame College, on Tuesday (Nov. 30). The diving part of the competition will start at 3:00 p.m. with the swimming portion following at 5:00 p.m.

"We're coming off a nice break and we'll be competing in our home pool," head coach Wally Morton said. "I think that we will swim very fast in this meet."

While the City College Meet represents the end of the fall season for most of CSU's swimmers, Mark de Swardt and Berry Thompson have one more weekend of competition ahead of them as they will be participating in the USA Swimming National Championship this weekend (Dec. 2-4).

After qualifying for the championship with their performances earlier this fall, de Swardt will compete in the 500 free, 400 IM and the 1,650 free events while Thompson will swim in the 50 and 100 freestyles.
 
Wrestling To Face Eastern Michigan & Northwestern

The Cleveland State wrestling team continues its season this weekend with a pair of road dual meets, grappling against Eastern Michigan on Friday (Dec. 3) at 7:00 p.m. before traveling to Northwestern on Saturday (Dec. 4) for a 6:00 p.m. meet.

"This weekend represents a good test for our team," head coach Ben Stehura said. "Not only are we facing two good opponents, but we're also going to be wrestling on back-to-back days with some traveling in between the meets. This will challenge our endurance, and it will be interesting to see how the team performs in this condition."

The Vikings (1-0) opened their dual meet season with a win last Tuesday (Nov. 23), defeating John Carroll, 30-7. Cleveland State scored first in all 10 matches, winning eight. The two main highlights included Robbie Michaels (wrestling at 165) pinning JCU's Connor Suba in 2:40 and Josh Palivoda (141) earning a technical fall after outscoring his opponent, 18-3.

SPARTAN WRESTLERS FALL IN DUAL MATCH ACTION AT JOHN CARROLL

UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, OH – The Case Western Reserve University wrestling team lost a dual match to local rival John Carroll University by a score of 32-13 on Tuesday, November 30 at the Tony DeCarlo Varsity Center.

The Spartans fall to 0-2 in dual matches this season and will return to action at the Rochester Institute of Technology (NY) Tournament on Saturday, December 4 at 9:30 a.m. With their win, the Blue Streaks improved to 1-1.

Junior Isaac Dukes (Ravenna, OH/Ravenna) scored four points for the Spartans with a 15-3 major decision versus David Malkus at 149. Dukes was on the offensive from the start, leading 4-0 after one period, and 8-1 after two. The defending national champion improved to 12-0 for the season.

Sophomore Peter Heggs (Shaker Heights, OH/Shaker Heights) scored three more for Case with a 10-3 decision versus Alex Garred at 197. Heggs (2-5) took a 2-1 lead with a takedown midway through the first period, then built his advantage to 6-1 at the end of the first and 8-2 after two.

Junior Cale Harter (Mt. Pleasant, MI/Mt. Pleasant) scored the final points of the match with a pin of Will Porter at 4:09 of the third period. Harter (6-5) broke a 2-2 tie at the beginning of the final period then scored his fourth pin of the season.

Tuesday, November 30 | DeCarlo Center | University Heights, OH

FINAL SCORE:   John Carroll – 32, Case Western Reserve -- 13

125 lbs:  Double forfeit ; 133 lbs: John Cobos (J) pin Victor Pan (C), 1:50; 141 lbs: Greg Ryan (J) maj. dec. Brian Snyder (C), 15-2; 149 lbs: Isaac Dukes (C) maj. dec. David Malkus, 15-3; 157 lbs: Vinny Pizzuli pin Noah Feldstein (C), 4:15; 165 lbs: Conner Suba pin Ben Kirsch (C), 4:09; 174 lbs: Todd Gaydosh (J) win by forfeit; 184 lbs: Bryan Steinmetz maj. dec. Dylan Novisky (C), 12-2; 197 lbs: Peter Heggs (C) dec. Alex Garred (J), 10-3; 285 lbs: Cale Harter (C) pin Will Porter (J), 4:09



B-W Academic All OAC Picks 

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"This is outstanding and indicative of two young men who have excelled both academically and athletically," said ninth-year Head Coach John Snell. "Both are excellent students first, team and campus leaders second and outstanding football players.  All of our younger Student/Athletes look up to them as role models.  The duo is accomplishing exactly what we want all of our young men to accomplish. We are extremely proud of each of them."
Bowen

Bowen is an accounting and finance double major who carries a 3.67 grade point average who is a key three-year varsity standout. So far this season, he has been named as a first-team ESPN Academic All-District IV Student/Athlete who appeared on the national ESPN Academic All-America ballot, was named as an honorable mention All-OAC selection and earned OAC Defensive Player of the Week for the week of October 3-10.

This season, Bowen started all 10 games and was credited with making 50 total tackles, including 33 solo stops, four tackles for loss and one quarterback sack. He also was credited with forcing one fumble, breaking up 17 passes and making two interceptions.  Both of Bowen’s interceptions were run back for touchdowns in successive games, and his 88-yard interception return for a score in a 35-34 win versus Otterbein University was the second longest in The George Finnie Stadium history.

For his career, Bowen has appeared in 20 games and has recorded 73 tackles, including five for loss,  one quarterback sack, 20 pass breaks and the two interceptions that were run back for TDs.

In addition to being an outstanding football player, Bowen is a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society.
Paterline

Paterline is a business administration and human resource management double major who carries a 3.482 grade point average. Earlier this fall, he was named as a second-team ESPN Academic All-District IV Student/Athlete.

On the football field, Paterline has been a key player on the offensive line. During his career, he has helped the Yellow Jackets average more than 30 points and 370 yards of offense per game.  He earned his third varsity letter and appeared in 29 varsity contests.

In the classroom, Paterline also excels and is a member of the Chi Alpha Sigma Honor Society.

CSU Basketball game preview 

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The Vikings received one vote in the Associated Press Top 25 this week (41st place) and are 20th in the latest RPI rankings.  Under the direction of first year head coach Brian Wardle, Green Bay has opened up the year with a 3-3 mark, including wins over Minnesota Duluth (75-36), Miami (OH) (69-65) and North Dakota State (71-69)

PREVIEWING CLEVELAND STATE:  Gary Waters has the Viking Basketball program back at a level where he is comfortable as all five starters and nine lettermen return from last year's team that went 16-17 against one of the most difficult schedules in the country.  The strength of the squad is at the guards where senior Norris Cole (21.5 ppg, 5.0 rpg, 3.6 apg), a first team All-Horizon League selection last year, and juniors Trevon Harmon (12.8 ppg,  4.6 rpg) and Jeremy Montgomery (10.5 ppg, 3.9 rpg, 1.6 apg) each return to once again form the nucleus of the starting lineup this season.  Senior forward D'Aundray Brown (8.6 ppg, 5.6 rpg) is out until mid-December following preseason surgery on his right index finger, leaving the small forward spot to be manned by the sophomore duo of Charlie Woods (2.8, 2.6) and Josh McCoy (4.0, 2.8), who redshirted last season following hip surgery.  Junior Aaron Pogue (8.3, 6.5) returns as the starter at center with sophomore Tim Kamczyc (4.3, 4.3) opening the year as the starting power forward.  Junior Joe Latas (1.4, 1.4) and freshmen Luda Ndaye (1.3, 2.0) and Devon Long (2.8, 1.2) will help to provide CSU with a spark off the bench inside this year.  Injuries to Brown, freshman Sebastian Douglas (season/knee) and sophomore Anthony Wells (knee), have hurt the bench depth, especially to start the season.  CSU got Wells back into the lineup for the St. Bonaventure win.

DEFENSE:  Although aggressive defense has always been one of the core principles of a Gary Waters team, the Vikings have really taken defense to heart this season.  After eight games, CSU leads the Horizon League in scoring defense (56.2), field goal defense (.369), steals (8.8) and turnovers forced (17.6) while being second in three-point defense (.262) and turnover margin (+5.6).  Six straight opponents have shot .400 from the field or less and just two teams has shot better than .275 from three-point in a game.

THE POLLS LIKES CSU:  Although it is very early in the season, the fast start by the Vikings have helped CSU in the various computer rankings.  One of 31 unbeaten teams in Division I, Cleveland State is ranked 20th in the latest RPI (through Monday) and 52nd in the most recent Sagarine ratings.  The Vikings are teh first team to win eight games this season.

. . . AND CSU GETS A MENTION IN THE AP POLL:  Cleveland State received one vote in the most recent Associated Press poll, which was released on Monday (Nov. 29).  Duke is the unanimous pick for No. 1, receiving all 65 first place votes, while CSU's lone vote would be good for 41st.

VIKINGS MOVE UP TO 5TH IN MID-MAJOR POLL:  A school-record 8-0 record to start  the season has propelled Cleveland State up two more spots - from seventh to fifth - in the latest  CollegeInsider.com Mid-Major Top 25, which was released on Monday (Nov. 29).  The Vikings received 647 points in the poll, the most among the four Horizon League teams receiving votes.  Old Dominion jumps from third to take over the top spot in the poll with 738 points with Gonzaga being second with 709 points.  CSU is fifth, ahead of Butler (7th), Loyola (10th) and Detroit (ARV).  A new poll is released every Monday throughout the season.

A NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER:  The win over Robert Morris on Monday capped a perfect month of November for the Vikings as CSU won all eight games in the month, marking the first undefeated month (of more than two games) since the Vikings went 8-0 during February of 1986 as part of a 29-4 year.  For the record, the Vikings have been undefeated in November in 13 seasons before, going 2-0 on six occasions and 1-0 seven additional times.

WATERS GETS HIS 250TH WIN. . . TO COACH HIS 450TH GAME:  Eight days after recording  the 250th victory of his coaching career, Viking head coach Gary Waters will be on the bench for the 450th game of his head coaching career when CSU plays at Green Bay on Thursday.  With an 8-0 record this year, Waters raised his career mark to 252-197 in 15 seasons as a head coach.  Waters is 80-62 (.563) in his fifth season at Cleveland State and previously posted a 92-60 mark in five years at Kent State (1996-2001) and a 79-75 slate in five seasons at Rutgers (2001-06).

8-0:  The win over Robert Morris on Monday allowed the Vikings to extend its school record for consecutive wins to start a season to eight.  Cleveland State had previously opened both the 1963-64 and 1985-86 seasons with four straight wins but had never been 5-0. . . let alone 8-0.  The 1985-86 team went on to set a school record with a 29-4 record, advancing to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Championship. The fast start was the high point of the year for the 1963-64 squad as the team went on to finish 10-9.

. . . AND MORE 8-0:  The 8-0 start gives the Vikings the sixth longest win streak in school history and the longest since the 1992-93 squad matched a school record with 14 straight wins.

A TALENTED STAFF:  Gary Waters has had the benefit of continuity on his coaching staff as the trio of Jayson Gee, Larry DeSimpelare and Jermaine Kimbrough have been with him at CSU since he took the position five years ago.  Now, the assistant staff is starting to get their due as Gee was ranked as the third best assistant coach in the Horizon League and DeSimpelare was fifth best in a compilation of the best assistant coaches in the country by Jeff Goodman in a blog on yardbarker.com.

TIME FOR SOME REVENGE?  Forgive the Vikings if this current four-game stretch means a little more than usual as they are playing four teams that combined to hand the Vikings five losses in seven games last year.  On Saturday (Nov. 27), CSU avenged a 72-62 loss to St. Bonaventure to open the 2009-10 season by running away from the Bonnies in the second half, claiming a 69-51 win.  On Monday (Nov. 29), the Vikings made up for an eight point loss to Robert Morris last year by pinning a 58-53 defeat on the Colonials.  Next up is a Dec. 2 road game at Green Bay and a Dec. 4 contest at Milwaukee.  CSU split with the Phoenix while dropping two of the three meetings with Milwaukee, including a season-ending loss in the Horizon League Championship.

. . . AND TRYING TO OVERCOME A DECADE OF TOUGH TRAVEL:  The annual trip to Wisconsin to face Green Bay and Milwaukee has historically been the toughest road swing of the year for the Vikings.  CSU has dropped 10 straight games at Milwaukee and is just 1-9 at Green Bay since 2001-02, winning in the 2005-06 season.

A NORTHEAST OHIO SWEEP:  With wins over Akron and Kent State this season, the Vikings have swept the season series against its two Northeast Ohio rivals for the first time since the 1997-98 season. This year marked the 31st time that CSU played both teams in the same year and the fifth time that the Vikings swept all of the games.  CSU claimed single games against both teams in 1987-88 and 1997-98, and went 3-0 in 1977-78, 1980-81 and 1985-86, winning twice against Akron in both 1977-78 and 1980-81.

MORE WIN STREAKS:  The win over Akron on Nov. 24 extended CSU's win streak against Ohio schools to seven dating back to last season.  In addition, the Vikings have won 12 straight home games against Ohio opponents going back to the 2007-08 campaign.  Finally, the win over Robert Morris on Monday was CSU's eighth straight win in the Wolstein Center, six of which have come this season.

MAC/youth football/concussions 

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·         A youth football orientation for nearly 2,000 children pregame in conjuncture with the Marathon MAC Football Championship Game on Dec. 3 at Ford Field.

·         A banner on the MAC’s home page -- www.mac-sports.com -- and football page.

·         Public service announcements on MAC football broadcasts through the end of the season as well as during the 2010 Marathon MAC Football Championship game to be played Dec. 3 at Ford Field.

 

USA Football works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College of Sports Medicine as well as fellow national governing bodies of sport to promote safe play for the betterment of America’s youth athletes. The initiative includes 12 player safety videos covering proper equipment fitting, tackling techniques and concussion management as well as handouts and fact sheets devoted to teaching coaches, players and parents how to recognize and react to possible concussions.

 

More than 1.14 million boys play high school football in the United States – a number greater than the amount of boys participating in any two other high school sports combined, according to the National Federation of State High School Associations. Three million American youngsters age 6 to 14 play organized youth tackle football, placing it among the country’s most popular participation sports.

 

USA Football members – coaches, players, game officials and youth league commissioners – reside in all 50 states.

 

Endowed by the NFL Youth Football Fund, USA Football offers innovative resources through its 80-plus training events and usafootball.com to ensure a positive football experience. The Indianapolis-based independent non-profit is the official youth football development partner of the NFL, its 32 teams and the NFL Players Association.

 

Other USA Football initiatives related to concussion awareness and management dating back to 2007 include:

 

·         An instructional video on concussion awareness

·         Standards for prevention and preparation

·         A player and parent fact sheet to recognize concussions

·         Ongoing developments related to concussion in sport


B-W wrestling 

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Senior 165-pounder  Korey Leonard (Kinsman/ Pymatuning Valley) began a streak of four straight B-W wins to end the match when he got a takedown with 30 seconds to go in the match to give him a 7-6 victory. Senior 174-pounder Andrew Scavuzzo (Cuyahoga Falls/ Woodridge) and sophomore Joe Georgian (Eastlake/ Villa Angela-St. Joseph) each followed with pins to extend the Yellow Jacket lead to 27-18. Senior Tristan Stoll (Milan/ Edison) ended the match with a 3-2 decision. 
Baldwin-Wallace 30, Tifiin 18

125 pounds: Jeremy Dombrady (B-W) wins by Forfiet 

133 pounds:  Jordan Duckett (TU) pins Andrew Taylor (B-W), 4:46

141 pounds:  Grant Steward (B-W) dec.Kyle Begg (TU), 10-7

149 pounds:  David Bolger (TU) pinned Tim Hamm (B-W), 5:08
    
157 pounds:  Trevor Nickolai (TU) won by Forfiet 

165 pounds:  Korey Leonhard (B-W) dec. Johnny Merryman (TU), 7-6

174 pounds:  Andrew Scavuzzo (B-W) pinned Andrew Nealan (TU), 1:29

184 pounds:  Joseph Georgian (B-W) pinned Mike Mullen (TU), 4:20

197 pounds:  Tristan Stoll (B-W) dec. Nathan Strickland (TU), 3-2

285 pounds:  Ryan Jones (B-W) dec.Nick Hamilton (TU), 11-5

For the season, Scavuzzo is now 10-0 overall and has five pins, Stoll is also a perfect 5-0, Dombrady is 7-4, Georgian is 4-2, Leonard is 9-2, Jones and Steward are each 6-4 overall, respectively.
The Yellow Jackets are back in action this Saturday, December 4 when they travel to Rochester, New York to participate at the annual Rochester Institute of Technology Tournament.  Action begins at 9:30 a.m.  The next home match for B-W is on Saturday, Dec. 11 when it hosts Div. II Lake Erie College in the Rudolph Ursprung Gymnasium in the Lou Higgins Center at 7:00 p.m.

 

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