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“I’m really excited to be a part of the Case athletic department,” said Milliken. “The swimming & diving program has been successful and I feel like there is still room for growth. My expectations are high and I’m excited for the challenge and the opportunity to work with the Spartan student-athletes.


Milliken brings with him to University Circle an accomplished resume that includes 11 years of coaching and administrative experience at the collegiate level. Last season, he helped lead the Chicago women and men to respective second- and third-place finishes at the UAA Championships, marking the best finishes for each team in school history. For his efforts, he was named as a member of the UAA Coaching Staff of the Year. During his time at Chicago, the programs combined to produce eight All-Americans and 35 All-UAA selections.


“Doug’s enthusiasm, interpersonal skills, recruiting abilities, and training theories impressed our team and the search committee,” noted Diles. “I’m grateful for the good work of the search committee, and have the highest respect for the contributions of our men’s and women’s swimming & diving teams to the search process.”


Prior to his time at Chicago, Milliken served as athletic recruiting coordinator at North Park University (IL) from 2004-06 and an assistant men’s and women’s swim coach atRose-Hulman Institute of Technology (IN) from 2002-04.


Milliken got his start in coaching at his alma materDePauw University (IN), where he spent three years as a student assistant.


Milliken graduated from DePauw in 2001 and received his bachelor’s degree in communications. He later earned a master’s degree in recreation and sport management fromIndiana State University in 2004.

Amateur Bowling

Amateur Cleveland USBC Bowling Association honor scores through 9/13/10


Format: Bowler, Hometown, Date, Bowling Center


    300 Games

Matthew Day, Parma, 8/27, Brookgate Lanes;

Warren Wade, Bedford, 9/7, Cloverleaf Lanes;

Mario Matkovic, North Royalton, 9/8, Brookgate Lanes;

Joe Lewis Sr., 9/9, Roseland Lanes;

Mike Dudas, Parma, 9/9 Yorktown Lanes;

Vance Cauley, North Royalton, 9/10, Buckeye Lanes;

Jereme Keeton, Cleveland, 9/10, Buckeye Lanes;

Tony Claar, 9/13, Freeway Lanes of Parma;



    299 Games

James Checovich, Brook Park, 9/9, Yorktown Lanes;

Debbie Vance, Cleveland, 9/10, Cloverleaf Lanes;

Tim GallagherOlmsted Township, 9/10, Cloverleaf Lanes;



    298 Games

Jermaine AllenCleveland, 9/7, Twin Lanes;

Matt Molzan, Cleveland, 9/10, Cloverleaf Lanes;



    800 Series

Robert Lorentzen Jr., Cleveland, 9/8, Red_Circle Lanes (812);

Anthony Scheffer, Twinsburg, 9/9, Roseland Lanes (806);

Keith Mixter, Parma, 9/9, Yorktown Lanes (804);

Tony Claar, 9/13, Freeway Lanes of Parma (818);

Mark Torres Sr., Cleveland, 9/13, Freeway Lanes of Parma (806);


Oberlin Field Hockey

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Oberlin controlled the game from start to finish, outshooting the Thunder 32-3 on the day. The Yeowomen also held a 13-4 advantage in penalty corners. 


Despite possessing the ball for nearly the entire first half, the Yeowomen were held scoreless until the 16:27 mark when Kiri Brenner finished off a pass fromEloise Reid. Brenner, a junior from Silver Spring, Maryland, would give OC a 2-0 edge at the break as she cashed in picture perfect setpiece play off a penalty corner with just 47 seconds left in the half. Emily Whitaker got credited with the assist on the play. 


In the second half rookie Karin Yoshida would get into the mix with two goals of her own. One the first of the pair in the 42nd minute she was left alone on the back post and senior Gillian Winbourn found her for the easy score. Just minutes later she worked a give-and-go play off a corner with fellow first-yearLindani Johnson


The final Oberlin tally came courtesy of Whitaker with Johnson registering her second assist of the game. 

Oberlin will look to stay hot when the Bishops of Ohio Wesleyan come to town on Friday for critical NCAC showdown. All the action is set to being at 4:30 p.m. 

Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                            The Automated ScoreBook
         John Carroll Univ. vs Hiram College (09/14/10 at Hiram, Ohio)
 John Carroll Univ. (3-2) vs. Hiram College (2-4)
 Date: 09/14/10      Attendance: 120
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 John Carroll Univ...  0  0 -  0
 Hiram College.......  0  2 -  2
  1.  85:33 HIRM Ryan Greenhill (unassisted) - Free-Kick
  2.  88:17 HIRM Angel Manolo (Andy Harding)
 Shots: John Carroll Univ. 13, Hiram College 6
 Saves: John Carroll Univ. 1 (Carl Contrascier 1), Hiram College 5 (Joe
 Tatum 5)


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Series: Oberlin trails the all-time series 22-63-2

Last Meeting Against the Scots
: Oberlin lost 52-7 on November 7, 2009 at John P. Papp Stadium. 

Last Time out for the Yeomen: Defeated Kenyon College 29-26 in overtime (9/4/10)

Series Information ... 

Oberlin trails the all-time series against the Scots 22-63-2 … Saturday marks the 88th meeting between the two foes with their first meeting coming all the way back in 1903 – a the Yeomen won 39-0 … The Yeomen last defeated the Scots in 2003 in a 14-7 thriller … In the 2009 match-up, although the Yeomen recorded a season high 351 yards of offense, the defense struggled giving up 515 yards of their own, while Wooster cruised to an easy 52-7 win … Running back Adam Lowther was a lone bright spot for the Yeomen as he rushed for a career high 83 yards on 11 carries, to go along with his first career touchdown on a 40-yard scamper for the Yeomen’s lone score … Quarterback David Kalgren also had a career day passing with 162 yards, while also rushing for 73 yards on 13 carries.

Scouting the Scots…

The Scots are coming off of a narrow loss to Wabash College in their NCAC opener that saw them with the ball at the 50 yard line down by four points in the final minute of the game with a chance to upset the No. 22 Little Giants before a desperation pass on four down was intercepted to preserve the win for the Little Giants … Wooster is led offensively by freshman quarterback Richard Barnes who has the ability to both run and throw … Barnes’ favorite targets include senior Mike Redick and junior Cameron Daniels, who already have 12 and 11 catches, respectively … Defensively, Wooster is led by a pair of linebackers in junior Matt Breidigam and freshman Quinn Hood … Breidigam has already racked up 17 tackles on the season including 12 solo tackles, while Hood has two interceptions in as many games.

Offensive Balance … 

Redshirt sophomore quarterback Josh Mandel became the first quarterback to throw for 300+ yards since Greg Mangan did it at Heidelberg in 2007 … His 335 yard effort is the sixth best single-game total in school history … The area of concern was Oberlin’s inability to move the ball on the ground mustering only 43 yards in the run game … In order to take the pressure off of Mandel and the passing game, the Yeomen will need to move the ball more effectively on the ground … In last year’s meeting against the Scots, the Yeomen racked up 189 on the ground and averaged 5.7 yards per carry. 

Emerging Star … 

Sophomore Adam Niec turned in one of the most impressive performances by a Yeomen wideout in recent memory … Niec slowly became Mandel’s favorite target catching 10 of Mandel’s 25 completions for 93 yards and three scores … The 6-foot-2 Brecksville, Ohio native emerged as the consistent red zone threat the Yeomen have been looking for, earning himself NCAC Player of the Week in the process.

Comfortable on Defense … 
Last year’s starting quarterback for the Yeomen, sophomore David Kalgren, has made the move back to the defensive side of the ball for the Yeomen … The Curwensville, Pa. native did not disappoint in his move back to defense as he racked up 7.5 tackles including 7 solo tackles as well as picking up his first collegiate interception … Fellow sophomore C.J. Plyler also came back after taking last season off to make a key interception for the Yeomen …During a critical series in the second half, Dane Stritt also came away with an INT in the end zone to end a potential scoring threat for the Lords. 

Flipping the Field … 

Junior punter Cory Kidd picked up right where he left off last season by virtually flipping the field on the Lords on multiple occasions as he averaged 45 yards per punt in the opener … Of his five punts, four were downed inside the 20-yard … His long punt on the day was a 58 yard boot to the Kenyon 1 yard line in the second quarter … The Wellington, Ohio native, also plays wide receiver and caught three passes for 48 yards.

Walsh Jesuit High School has sponsored the "Tradition" at J. Edward Good Park for over 15 years and the results of the 2010 tournament are as follows: 
Where:  Good Park - Par 71 
Who:  22 teams from all over NE Ohio 
1.    STOW-MUNROE FALLS               308  ( Holt 73, C. Nickson 75, DeCheco 78, Jovanovich 81 ) 
2.    MEDINA                                       309  ( Koch 74, Bishop 75, Sherman 79, Luth 81 ) 
3.    WALSH JESUIT GOLD                  315  ( McHugh 72 MEDALIST, Johnson 79, O'Brien 81, Redmond 83 ) 
4.    CANTON CENTRAL CATHOLIC      316  (Miller 75, Lagodich 78, Mallette 79, Dowd 84 ) 
5.    ST. EDWARD                               317  ( Champa 74, Swartz 78, O'Neil 82, Bir 83) 
6.    NORDONIA                                  318  ( Luthanen 75, Goldberg 80, Bokshon 81, Dubay 82 ) 
6.   AURORA                                      318  (Radis 78, Learner 79, Thompson 80, Schroeder 81, Hinton 81 ) 
8.   MASSILLON JACKSON                 319  ( Patterson 77, Lach 79, Tidenberg 79, Westerbeck 84 ) 
9.   AVON  LAKE                                321  ( Holmes 77, Sharb 78, Lombardi 83, Aussem 83 ) 
10.  ST. IGNATIUS                              326   ( Wagner 80, McKienan 80, Holizna 81, Joseph 85 ) 
11.  TALLMADGE                               327   ( Mastran 81, Shomo 81, Mosholder 82, Shannon 83 ) 
12.  ST. VINCENT - ST. MARY            329   ( McGrew 80, Rice 81, Dean 83, Herro 85 ) 
13.  WALSH JESUIT MAROON            332  ( Liberatore 79, Lobeck 82, Hird 85, Kocan 86 ) 
14.  CHAGRIN FALLS                         333  ( Donley 82, J.Shoemaker 83, A. Shoemaker 83, Edelman 85 ) 
15.  ARCHBISHOP HOBAN                 335  ( Bott 81, Tersigni 84, Parker 84, Carano 86 ) 
16.  CUY. VALLEY CHRISTIAN AC.     338  ( Forsythe 78, Richards 86, Humphrey 87, Criswell 87 ) 
16..  GREEN                                       338  ( Baldwin 80, Elton 83, Fanelly 87, Tharp 88 ) 
18.  COPLEY                                      339  ( Lentine 81, Sutter 85, Chuparkoff 86, Torrens 87 ) 
19.  REVERE                                      343  ( Heckman 75, Markel 87, Suglio 90, Bennett 91 ) 
20.  WOOSTER                                   358  ( Gordon 87, Arnette 87, Zimmermann 91, Bahler 93 ) 
21.  UNIVERSITY SCHOOL                  362  ( Jones 85, Agranovich 90, Cruise 92, Samar 95 ) 
22.  PADUA FRANCISCAN                   367  ( Stopper 85, Schley 90, Maulorico 94, Moser 98 ) 

The game remained scoreless all the way until the 82nd minute when Case junior forward Vinny Bell (Parma Heights, OH/Valley Forge) gained control of a loose ball in the box and found the back of the net for his team-best third goal of the season.
The Spartans looked to have victory in their hands but B-W rallied.
With just 41 seconds remaining, Peterson scored his team-leading fifth goal of the year on an assist from Leister.  In overtime, neither team could find the back of net and the contest ended in a 1-1 draw.
Both sides had several scoring threats during the overtime periods but neither was able to convert as the game ended in a 1-1 tie.

In goal, junior Ben Yabrow (Marietta, GA/George Walton Comprehensive) made four saves for the Spartans while B-W’s Ryan Hulings totaled eight.

The Yellow Jackets outcornered CWRU, 8-5, but were outshot by the Spartans, 21-16.

With the tie, the Spartans move to 3-1-2 for the season and return to action this Saturday, September 18 at Oberlin College at 7:00 p.m. B-W moves to 5-1-1 overall.

Following its match versus Grove City, the Yellow Jackets are next in action on Wednesday, Sept. 22 when they travel to Meadville, Pennsylvania to play Allegheny College at 7:30 p.m.