B Page -- Sept. 16, 2010


CSU Scholarships

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Four of the scholarship endowments benefit the baseball program.  Junior first baseman Lee Finley (Jackson, Mich.) is the recipient of the Larry Doby Endowed Scholarship while senior Tom Carter (Pittsburgh, Pa./Shaler Area) was the recipient of the Luke Easter-Wahoo Club Endowed Baseball Scholarship, senior Anthony Sambula (Novelty, Ohio/West Geauga) earned the Paul O'dea Endowed Baseball Scholarship and the James Rodriguez Endowed Scholarship, which is named in honor of former CSU baseball coach Jim Rodriguez, went to senior Travis Miller (Toronto, Ohio).

Four of the honorees are members of the men's and women's swimming programs.  Senior Josh Gonzalez (Brunswick, Ohio) is the recipient of the Frank Tilocco, Jr. Scholarship for Diving and fifth-year honorees Jakub Dobies (Plock, Poland), Brittany McCann (Medina, Ohio) and Todd Winchell (Rochester, N.Y./Greece Athena) each received aid from the Robert F. Busbey Endowment.  Busbey served as swim coach at Fenn College and CSU from 1951-1981 and athletic director from 1966-90.

Men's basketball sophomore Tim Kamczyc (Strongsville, Ohio) received the Dan Avis Scholarship.  Avis, a member of the Viking basketball team from 1947-50, has been involved in CSU athletics for more than 50 years.  Kevin Bruinsma, who is serving as a graduate manager with the men's basketball program, is the recipient of the Weldon Kytle Endowed Service Scholarship.

Men's soccer led all sports with seven recipients.  Senior Jeff Baker (Vermilion, Ohio) was awarded the William A. Clarke, Jr., Memorial Soccer Scholarship while sophomore Aaron Adkins (Bay Village, Ohio) received the Dr. Marvin E. Parent Endowed Soccer Scholarship and junior Chris Koy (North Canton, Ohio) garnered the Sportcraft Endowed Scholarship for Soccer.  Anthony Baraldi (Canton, Ohio/Massillon Jackson), Mitch Boyer (Parma, Ohio/Normandy), Marco DiFranco (Chesterland, Ohio/Notre Dame-Cathedral Latin) and Slavisa Ubiparapovic (Mentor, Ohio) each received fifth-year aid from the Homer E. Woodling fund.

The Robert S. Malaga Endowed Scholarship for tennis went to seniors Rob Fox (Rotterdam, Netherlands) and Sanda Bjelan (Bad Ragaz, Switzerland).

The Dick Bonacci Scholarship, which is named in honor of the legendary CSU wrestling coach, went to junior junior Corey Carlo (Fairview Park, Ohio) while freshman Tyler Green (Washington, W.Va./Parkersburg South) earned the award from the 21st Century Wrestling Endowment.

The last award, the Nate Wallack/Cleveland Browns Scholarship for Sports Information went to senior Rob Ivory, who works in the sports information department as a writer onCSUVikings.com.

Additional scholarships for fifth-year student athletes went to men's golfer Kyle Cobb (Strongsville, Ohio), baseball's James Cowhy (Kalamazoo, Mich.), Beth Gruelich (Troy, Ohio) from volleyball and the softball duo of Amanda Macenko (Brunswick, Ohio) and Mimi Mahon (Hamilton, Ohio).

20010-11 CSU Athletic Endowment Scholarship Recipients

Tim Kamczyc:  Dan Avis Endowed Basketball Scholarship
Corey Carlo:  Dick Bonacci Endowed Wrestling Scholarship
Jeff Baker:  William A. Clarke, Jr. Memorial Soccer Scholarship
Lee Finley:  Larry Doby Endowed Baseball Scholarship
Tom Carter:  Luke Easter - Wahoo Club Endowed Baseball Scholarship
Kevin Bruinsma:  Weldon Kytle Athletic Alumni Service Scholarship
Sanda Bjelan:  Robert  S. Malaga Endowed Scholarship For Tennis
Rob Fox:  Robert  S. Malaga Endowed Scholarship For Tennis
Anthony Sambula:  Paul O'Dea Endowed Baseball Scholarship
Aaron Adkins:  Dr. Marvin E. Parent Endowed Soccer Scholarship
Travis Miller:  James Rodriguez Endowed Scholarship For Baseball
Chris Koy:  Sportcraft Endowed Scholarship For Soccer
Josh Gonzalez:  Frank Tilocco, Jr. Scholarship For Diving
Rob Ivory:  Nate Wallack/Cleveland Browns Scholarship For Sports Information
Tyler Green:  21st Century Wrestling Endowment Fund

Robert F. Busbey & Homer E. Woodling Fifth Year Scholarship Recipients

Anthony Baraldi (Men's Soccer)
Mitch Boyer (Men's Soccer)
Kyle Cobb (Men's Golf)
James Cowhy (Baseball)
Marco DiFranco (Men's Soccer)
Jakub Dobies (Men's Swimming)
Beth Greulich (Volleyball)
Amanda Macenko (Softball)
Mimi Mahon (Softball)
Brittany McCann (Women's Swimming)
Slavisa Ubiparapovic (Men's Soccer)
Todd Winchell (Men's Swimming)

ND-Walsh game preview

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Saturday on the gridiron, the Falcons may well be facing their toughest foe
of their inaugural-season schedule. Walsh came into the season ranked No.
16 in the NAIA Preseason Coaches’ Poll. With two wins by a combined score
of 101-7 in tow, the Cavaliers come to town this week as the No. 10 team in
the nation. WU has racked up 578 rushing yards in their two lopsided victories (63-7 over Kentucky

Wesleyan, 38-0 over Quincy-Ill.). The Cavaliers have averaged 6.1 yards per carry. On defense, they have yielded just 364 total yards and have held opponents to a 23 percent (7-of-31) success rate on third downs.

NDC returns home after the program’s first win -- a 14-10 victory over Lindsey Wilson (Ky.) on Sept. 4 -- and on the heels of a 38-0 loss to Fairmont State (W. Va.) a week ago. Saturday’s game marks the second of five home games for Notre Dame this season. The 1 p.m. tilt also represents the Falcons’ only home game in a six-week period -- NDC will play five road games between Sept. 4 and Oct. 9.

The Falcons-Cavaliers match-up is the first of three intra-Ohio meetings for Notre Dame this season.

The Blue & White will also face Central State (Oct. 2 in Wilberforce) and Urbana (Nov. 13 at home).


Oberlin Men's Cross

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“I am so proud of the people on this team, and for the people who have come before them, as everyone who has been involved in this program since I have been here has played a key factor in helping get us to this point,” Head CoachRay Appenheimer said. “Now we need to continue to work hard and build from here to achieve even bigger and better things.” 

The Yeomen are coming off an impressive performance at the GLCA Championships as they won the eight-team event with 55 points. OC had all five of its placers finish within the top 19 spots in the 126-runner field. 

Oberlin will look to stay strong when its returns to action on September 25 at the Carnegie Mellon Invite. 

Oberlin Women's Cross

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“I totally believe we are a top-20 team,” Head Coach Ray Appenheimer said. “We just haven’t gone up against some of the upper echelon teams yet so far this season and I believe that hurt us a little in this latest poll. However, in the coming weeks that will all change as the level of competition at the reminder of the meets will get significantly tougher.”

Oberlin is coming off a second-place showing at the GLCA Championships in which it claimed three out of the top four spots and had all five of its placers finish 21st or better. In just her second collegiate meet, first-year Molly Martorella finished second behind two-time All-America teammate Joanna Johnson, while sophomore Sara Terashima checked in fourth. 

Oberlin will look to rebuff some of its critics when it returns to action on September 25 at the Carnegie Mellon Invite. 

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