C Page -- Sept 11, 2010

Oberlin Volleyball

Continued from B Page


Jessee, who was the only Yeowoman to make the All-Tournament team, led the team with 32 kills on the day, while hitting an amazing .471 with only three attack errors. 

In the first match of the day, the Yeowomen dropped the opening two sets to Earlham 22-25 and 12-25. After a shaky second game, Oberlin bounced back to win the next three sets 25-22, 25-20, and 15-10. In their second match, however, Baldwin-Wallace, who defeated the Yeowomen in three sets on Wednesday, picked up right where they left off defeating Oberlin, once again in three sets, 16-25, 15-25, and 15-25.

"I am really proud of the way the team played today, but it will be nice to have the week off to rest and hopefully make some big improvements heading into next weekend," said Cavanaugh.

The Yeowomen will now take the week off and will look to bounce back against Defiance College on Friday, September 17 at the College of Wooster. Following the 6 p.m. match, Oberlin will then travel to Adrian, Michigan for the Adrian College Tri-Match on September 18.


HIGH SCHOOL SOCCER BOX SCORE

NR-0  MP- 0

Saves, NR – Sismour (6) ; MP –Telep (8)

North Ridgeville Record – 2-5-1



Raiders fall on late goal


Sept. 11


LATROBE, Pa. -- The Mount Union women's soccer team was six seconds away from a win when the host St. Vincent Bearcats spoiled the day with a 90th-minute, game-tying goal. The tally forged a 1-1 tie.


The contest remained scoreless until the 82nd minute when Mount Union's Kylee Kolesar (Mentor/Mentor) scored on a header. Deirdre Dick (Mansfield/Crestview) who started the play with a corner kick, was credited with the assist.


Elyse Togliatti planted the equalizer at the official time of 89:54. She scored on a breakaway after receiving a through ball from Tenesha Corrales.


Aubree Lieberman (Cleveland Heights/Cleveland Heights) was in net for the Purple Raiders (1-2-2). She made six saves. At the other end, Kirstie Mills stopped 13 shots for St. Vincent (0-3-1).

Mount Union will return to action on Wednesday when it visits Penn State Behrend for a 4 p.m. kickoff


COLLEGE SOCCER BOX SCORE


Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                            The Automated ScoreBook
          Hiram College vs Transylvania (Sep 10, 2010 at Danville, KY)
 Hiram College (0-3) vs. Transylvania (2-0)
 Date: Sep 10, 2010  Attendance: 
 Weather: overcast
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 -------------------------------
 Hiram College.......  1  1 -  2
 Transylvania........  1  0 -  1
 
 SCORING SUMMARY:
  1.   4:06 TRANSYMS Smith, Kyle (unassisted)
  2.  30:03 HIRM Petar Knezevic (Kevin Haramis)
  3.  65:42 HIRM Petar Knezevic (unassisted)
 Shots: Hiram College 21, Transylvania 21
 Saves: Hiram College 9 (J.J. Crowley 9), Transylvania 9 (Lester, J.D.
 9)

Soccer Box Score (Final)
The Automated ScoreBook
Manchester (Ind.) vs Hiram College (09/10/10 at Hiram, Ohio)
Manchester (Ind.) (1-3) vs. 
Hiram College (2-2)
Date: 09/10/10 Attendance: 105
Weather:
Goals by period  Total 
Manchester (Ind.) 
Hiram College 

Manchester (Ind.)
Pos ## Player Sh SOG  G  A 
GK  1  Tobola, Sarah  
 2  Nowak, Rachel  
 3  Jenkins, Laura  
 4  Smith, Jenny  
 5  Winey, Paige  
 6  Kozlik, Christabelle 
 10 Barker, Sara  
 12 Hutchinson, Kaitlin  
 13 Edgington, Lauren  
 15 Gomez, Olivia  
 16 Pierce, Julia  
    --- Substitutes --- 
 7  Werbianskyj, Kayla  
 11 McKeny, Meagan  
 14 Carpenter, Bailey  
  Totals......... 13 
## Goalie Minutes  GA Saves 
1  Tobola, Sarah  90:00 

Hiram College
Pos ## Player Sh SOG  G  A 
GK  39 Emily Bristol  
 1  Claire Conner  
 2  Kendra Dean  
 4  Olivia Dagg  
 5  Lyndsay Witmer  
 7  Caitlin Fortson  
 8  Stephanie Takeuchi  
 10 Kayla Durichko  
 15 Ernestina Zappa  
 20 Madison Sepp  
 21 Alaina Giesen  
    --- Substitutes --- 
 3  Melissa Sharpe  
 6  Jazmine Morales  
 9  Maggie Picolo  
 11 Maureen Carroll  
 12 Kate Valaitis  
 13 Breann Mason  
 14 Megan Verel  
 16 Becca Simon  
 17 Kristen Cooney  
 18 Stephanie Fisher  
 19 Gina Chiacchiero  
 22 Chelsea Ulmer  
 23 Jamie Frost  
 24 Vanessa Consolo  
  Totals......... 10 
## Goalie Minutes  GA Saves 
39 Emily Bristol  85:33 
12 Kate Valaitis  4:27 

Shots by period  Total 
Manchester (Ind.) 13 
Hiram College 10 
Corner kicks  Total 
Manchester (Ind.) 
Hiram College 
Saves by period  Total 
Manchester (Ind.) 
Hiram College 
Fouls  Total 
Manchester (Ind.) 
Hiram College 

SCORING SUMMARY
Goal Time Team Goal Scorer Assists Description 
1. 2:07 HIRW  Ernestina Zappa Caitlin Fortson 
2. 3:01 HIRW  Caitlin Fortson (unassisted) 
3. 15:05 HIRW  Stephanie Takeuchi Claire Conner 
4. 21:02 HIRW  Alaina Giesen Stephanie Takeuchi 
5. 62:44 HIRW  Alaina Giesen (unassisted) 
6. 77:49 WMAN  Pierce, Julia (unassisted) 

CAUTIONS AND EJECTIONS

Officials: 
Offsides: Manchester (Ind.) 1, Hiram College 4.

 

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9/11/2010 7:02:16 PM

Yeowomen Defeat Earlham


Richmond, IN - The Oberlin College Field Hockey Team defeated Earlham College this afternoon 5-1. “The girls played a solid game this afternoon,” Head Coach Deb Ranieri said. “We played a nice passing game and the team really stepped up on defense.”

 

The Yeowomen scored three goals in the first half. Emily Whitaker scored the first goal with teammate Lindani Johnson providing the assist. Gillian Winbourn scored the second goal off of a corner ten minutes later.


Whitaker scored her second goal of the afternoon in the second half unassisted. Johnson  and Danielle Gillam also tallied up goals for the Yeowomen in the second half.

 

The Yeowomen outshot Earlham 28-9 and had 7 more penalty corners. On the defensive side of the game, Kiran Puri had a solid afternoon with six saves.


Spartans Suffer First Loss at 

Ohio Northern

ADA, OHIO – The Case Western Reserve University men’s soccer team suffered its first loss of 2010 by a score of 2-0 to Ohio Northern University in the championship game of the ONU/adidas Invitational on Saturday, September 11 at ONU Soccer Field.

With the loss, the Spartans fall to 3-1-1 overall and return home to host cross-town rival Baldwin-Wallace College on Tuesday,September 14 at 7:30 p.m. at Case Field in Cleveland. With their win, the Polar Bears improve to 3-2 overall.

ONU’s Cameron Johnson scored a pair of early goals at 7:52 and 14:43 and the Spartans were unable to bounce back. The Polar Bears outshot Case 16-15 and held the advantage in corner kicks, 8-4.

In goal, junior Ben Yabrow (Marietta, GA/George Walton Comprehensive) recorded five saves and falls to 2-1-1 for the year. 


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