A Page -- Oct. 19, 2010

Saturday is "College Football 

Day" in Cleveland; five teams 

playing at home this week

 Oct. 19, 2010

By Norm Weber

Student/Athlete-Cleveland Editor

Normweber@studentathletecleveland.com

Four college football teams will be at home Saturday as this weekend has turned out to be Division III "Cleveland College Football Weekend."

Case Western Reserve, Baldwin-Wallace, Mount Union and John Carroll are all at home Saturday. In addition, Division II Notre Dame will also be at home this weekend in Lyndhurst.

The Falcons will host Marian College, the Yellow Jackets Wilmington, the Spartans Wooster, the Blue Streaks Ohio Northern, and the Purple Raiders will host Capital.

Case Reserve will try to keep its 37-game regular season winning streak intact, B-W will try to bounce back after its first loss of the season, Mount will try to remain unbeaten and maintain its No. 2 national ranking, John Carroll will continue to climb the ladder (now one game out of second place) and ND will try to get back on the winning track after a bye week.


Spartans,Scots to play for Baird 

Brothers Trophy

Oct. 19

By Nick Minerd

The Case Western Reserve University Spartans return home following a two-game road trip to 

host the College of Wooster on Saturday, October 23 at 1:00 p.m. at Case Field. The Spartans are

6-0 following last week’s 41-0 victory at Hiram College and have now won 37 consecutive regular

season games. Wooster is 3-3 after a 14-13 loss versus Washington University (MO). The game

is the annual Baird Brothers Trophy game.

Baird Brothers Trophy

The Case Western Reserve University Spartans return home following a two-game road trip to 

host the College of Wooster on Saturday, October 23 at 1:00 p.m. at Case Field. The Spartans are 

6-0 following last week’s 41-0 victory at Hiram College and have now won 37 consecutive regular 

season games. Wooster is 3-3 after a 14-13 loss versus Washington University (MO). The game 

is the annual Baird Brothers Trophy game.


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Four Spartans Earn UAA Athlete 


of the Week Honors; Walsh alum 


Joey Baum, Holy Name grad Dale 


English, Forge product Vinny Bell 


tabbed


By Nick Minerd


PITTSFORD, NY – Following an outstanding weekend for Case Western Reserve University Athletics, four Spartans were honored with University Athletic Association Athlete of the Week honors. The four include football senior quarterback Joey Baum (Dalton, OH/Walsh Jesuit), football junior defensive tackle Dale English (Middleburg Heights, OH/Holy Name), men’s soccer junior forward Vinny Bell (Parma Heights, OH/Valley Forge) and volleyball junior outside hitter Rachael Suchy (Venetia, PA/Peters Township).

Joey Baum


Baum and English helped lead the football team to a 41-0 shutout at Hiram College on Saturday. The win marked the 37th consecutive regular season victory for the Spartans (6-0) and was the school’s first shutout since the end of the 2008 regular season. Baum, the 12th-rated passer in the nation, completed 15-of-26 passes for 199 yards and three touchdowns in just three quarters of play. English recorded five tackles, a sack, and his first career interception.

Dale English


Bell recorded his first career “hat trick” in a key 3-2 victory for men’s soccer versus the University of Chicago (IL) on Sunday. Bell’s third goal in the 87th minute was the game-winner and helped Case improve to 7-4-3 overall and 2-2 in UAA play.

Vinny Bell


Suchy turned in several of her best performances of the year in what turned out to be a historic weekend for the Spartan volleyball team. In four matches, she totaled team-bests with 63 kills and a .357 hitting percentage. Case posted a 3-1 record in UAA Round Robin play and defeated the defending national champion and current number-one team in the nation, Washington University (MO). The team improved to 19-7 overall and 4-3 in UAA play heading into the conference championship tournament on Friday-Saturday, November 6-7, at Case’s Veale Center in Cleveland.


ALLIANCE, Ohio -- Mount Union's volleyball team earned a 3-0 sweep of Ohio Athletic Conference foe Baldwin-Wallace on Tuesday at the McPherson Academic and Athletic Complex, moving itself to the brink of OAC Tournament qualification.

Roni Schroeder (Shelby/Shelby) had 10 kills and three total blocks in the Purple Raiders' 25-10, 25-22, 25-11 decision.

Beaumont alumna


Monica Hupertz (Willoughby Hills/Beaumont) added nine kills, Julie Radigan (Olmsted Falls/Olmsted Falls) made 31 assists and Sarah Dean (Strongsville/Walsh Jesuit) contributed 13 digs to the Mount Union effort. 

Falls grad


Christine Frazier (Westverville/Westerville North) also had three total blocks for the Raiders, who opened the match with seven straight points.

Walsh Jesuit Product


Shannon Deleur was the top Yellow Jacket attacker with five kills. Casey Passen had 11 assists and Taylor Burns made eight digs for B-W (17-12, 2-4).

Mount Union (18-8, 4-2) will return to action on Saturday with a 1 p.m. match at OAC opponent Capital. A Purple Raider win would secure a spot in the OAC Tournament.



 

 



Yellow Jackets still listed among 

"others" in national rankings would 

like to change that soon

By Kevin Ruple

Oct. 19, 2010

The BALDWIN-WALLACE COLLEGE Yellow Jacket football team hosts Ohio Athletic Conference rival Wilmington College on Saturday, October 23, 2010 on Tressel Field at The George Finnie Stadium at 1:30 p.m. It is Professor Appreciation Day before the game, and at halftime, the College will honor the 1980 football team that had an unbeaten regular season, qualified for the NCAA Division III Playoffs and was the last team coached by the late and legendary Lee Tressel.
B-W quarterback Ryan O'Rourke, an Avon High Grad

The Game -- The Baldwin-Wallace College Yellow Jacket football team, listed among the "others" in this week's d3football.com Division III National poll (www.d3football.com), host Ohio Athletic Conference rival Wilmington College in a key game.

The Yellow Jackets enter this game at 5-1 overall and 4-1 in the OAC following their 41-21 loss at Ohio Northern University last Saturday (October 16) in Ada. The loss ended a 5-0 start to the season. B-W needs to beat the Quakers to keep pace with ONU for second place in the OAC. To date, B-W has beaten The College of Wooster (38-14), Capital University (10-7), Heidelberg University (35-20), Marietta College (39-9) and Otterbein University (35-34).

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Mount in first place alone in OAC for 


first time this season


Oct. 19


By Lenny Reich


No. 2 ranked Mount Union hosts Ohio Athletic Conference rival Capital for homecoming Saturday at 1:30 pm at Mount Union Stadium.


The Purple Raiders posted their 49th consecutive regular season with a 45-7 victory over Heidelberg last week.


 Mount Union sophomore running back Jeremy Murray (Martins Ferry/Martins Ferry) rushed for a career-best 224 yards on 30 carries and had a pair of touchdowns in a 24-point second quarter that staked the Raiders out to a 31-0 halftime lead.

Louisville alum Neal Seaman 


Sophomore quarterback Neal Seaman (Louisville/Louisville) threw for two scores and ran in another as the Mount Union offense had a season-best 556 yards. 


The Mount Union defense kept the OAC's second-ranked offense off the scoreboard until the fourth quarter as sophomore Nick Driskill (Wabash, Ind./Southwood) had a pair of interceptions, one he returned for a TD just before halftime.


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Professors Prevail in Inaugural Prof-AM
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 An exciting golf competition, the first Oberlin Prof-Am, was concluded near dusk on Sunday at the Oberlin Golf Club. With two of the matches decided on the final hole and one on the 17th green, the faculty/staff team was fortunate to win 4-0 over four members of the Oberlin College golf team. 

Rob Thompson fell behind Sean Dowgray early in the first match. However, he battled back on the front - culminating in a long birdie putt just off the green that gave him a three-hole lead at the turn. Continuing to ride a hot putter, Thompson won the match with a 15-foot birdie put on the 14th hole and put the first point on the board for the professors. 

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Mount, B-W tie in men's soccer


Oct. 19


By Lenny Reich


ALLIANCE--Mount Union took another step toward securing a bid in the Ohio Athletic Confernece Men's Soccer Tournament with a hard fought 1-1 double overtime tie with Baldwin-Wallace Tuesday night at Mount Union Stadium.


The Purple Raiders now stand at 8-5-2 overall and at 3-2-1 in the OAC have 10 points and are in fifth place by themselves with three matches to play.

Baldwin-Wallace is 8-5-4 overall and at 1-3-2 (5 pts.) in the OAC also keeps its post-season hopes alive.


Mount Union got on the board the first on as Leo Hicks (Leetonia/Cardinal Mooney) fired a shot from 23 yards out that got by the near post in the 36th minute.


B-W responded seven minutes later in the 43rd minute as Tyler Leister crossed the field to Pat Brennan who beat the keeper from 15 yards out.

Both teams had their share of opportunities as the Raiders had 10 corner kicks between the second half and overtimes.


Ryan Hullings had 10 saves in goal for the Jackets, while Jon Critell (Youngstown/Cardinal Mooney) stopped seven for the Raiders.

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