B Page -- Sept 17, 2010




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Streaking: On Saturday Heidelberg will look to extend its winning streak against Baldwin-Wallace. The Berg is striving for its fourth straight win over the Yellow Jackets, all of which have came under the direction of Mike Hallett. In Hallett’s inaugural campaign the Berg upended then nationally ranked B-W 42-17 on homecoming. In 2008 the Berg traveled to Berea and its defense shone late in the game to lead to a 37-34 win in overtime. A season ago, Heidelberg posted another homecoming win over the Yellow Jackets, 41-36

The Series: Heidelberg and Baldwin-Wallace will be meeting for the 64th time on Saturday with the Yellow Jackets holding a 44-19 series lead. Prior to Heidelberg’s three-gamewinning streak, B-W had won 17 consecutive by a combined score of 585-186. The series began in 1897 when the Yellow Jackets posted a 36-0 victory. The last Baldwin-Wallace win was in 2006, 36-10.


Saturday’s Opponent: Baldwin- Wallace enters the game with an overall record of 2-0 and are 1-0 in the OAC after opening league play last week with a 10-7 win over Capital University. The Yellow Jackets received votes in the latest D3football.com national poll and are a win shy of tying its win total from a season ago. B-W is averaging 24.0 points a game and 258 yards of offense. Defensively, B-W is allowing 10.5 points a game and 261.5 yards per outing.

Last Time OutHeidelberg scored on three of its first four possessions to take an early 21-0 lead and never looked back in its season opener at Alma College. Heidelberg topped the Scots in the first ever meeting between the schools, 42-23. As a team, the Berg tied the passing first down record of 15. Overall the Berg had 483 yards of total offense. Andrew Millercompleted 19-of-30 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns. Wide receiver Mike Preston caught eight passes for 92 yards and two TD’s. Mario Walton recorded a career-high 135 receiving yards. Newcomer Germany Woods rushed for 75 yards and two touchdowns. Helping limit Alma to just 73 yards rushing was Andy Fadenholz with six tackles. Vaughn Klein had five tackles and a  fumble recovery, while the defense combined for four sacks.

Yellow Jackets Last Outing: A week ago the Yellow Jackets opened league play hosting Capital University. B-W posted a 10-7 victory after forcing five turnovers. Brad Pollock had a 19-yard field goal in the first quarter and its lead was extended to 10 with a five-yard TD run by Kyrell Crook in the third quarter. Capital’s lone score same with 2:13 left in the game. Leading the running game was Tim Miker with 83 yards in 15 attempts and Crook had 20 yards in eight carries. Devon Jennings had six catches for 34 yards. Defensively, J.J. Laseak led B-W with 12 tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery. Pollock was tabbed the OAC Special Teams Player of the Week, while Laseak was named the defensive player of the week.

Campus NewsThe game between Heidelberg and B-W culminates an exciting weekend on campus. Alumni successful in various fields of business, along with academicians and other experts converged on campus Friday for the second Heidelberg Business Conference. On Friday evening, the university kicked off the Patricia Adams Lecture Series at Heidelberg by welcoming as the inaugural speaker Sherron Watkins, the Enron vice president for corporate development who alerted top executives to accounting irregularities that ultimately led to the company’s collapse. Saturday morning, Heidelberg will dedicate its newest facility, the recently renovated Adams Hall, which is the new home to the School of Business. Also this weekend, the university is welcoming back to campus members of the Fellows Organization, the premier giving society which was founded in 1950. The members of this organization support Heidelberg through their generous unrestricted giving each year to the Heidelberg Fund.

 A Leg Up: Senior placekicker Jesse Hawkins is in his fourth season as the primary kicker for the Berg and is on the verge of some impressive accomplishments. In the season opener, Hawkins was 6-for-6 in point afters to increase his career mark to 86, which is four shy of tying the school record. He is equally impressive with his field goal kicking. For his career he has 25 field goals, which is three off the school mark. As a freshman he set the single season record for made field goals at 14, while connecting for a 48-yarder to mark the longest made FG at the Berg.

Clearing the (for) Woods: The Heidelberg offensive line helped to clear a path through the Alma defense for newcomer Germany Woods. In his collegiate debut, Woods carried the ball 14 times for 75 yards. He finished the outing with two touchdowns. His first score was a 20-yard strike in the opening quarter, while his second came as time was running out in the opening half. 

Presto-”n” Offense: Heidelberg opened the year with Mike Preston displaying his ability to score. In the win over Alma Preston registered two touchdowns, marking the second consecutive year Preston has opened the year with two scores. Preston got the Berg on the scoreboard with a 24-yard TD reception less than two minutes into the contest. His second score was a five-yard TD reception to open the scoring in the second quarter. On Saturday Preston will look to double up his scoring mark once again, which would mark the second straight year he has opened up with multiple TD’s in the first two outings.

 

Putting Up a Wall: Despite the graduation of All-American Matt Grieves, the Berg defensive line did not back down in its season opener. The D-line allowed just 73 yards on the ground and did not give up a rushing touchdown. It was the second straight year that the defense opened the year allowing under 100 yards on the ground.  


Mount falls to St V


ALLIANCE,OH)-- The University of Mount Union women's tennis team (0-1) fell by a score of 7-2 in their opener to Saint Vincent College (Pa) (5-1) in Alliance, Ohio.

The Purple Raiders were led by junior Krissy Hallett (Willoughby Hills/ Willoughby South) who recorded an impressive 6-1,6-1 win at first singles. Also picking up a win for the Raiders in singles was sophomoreCourtney Adamsky (New Philadelphia/New Philadelphia) who won 6-2,2-6,6-4 at fourth singles.

Mount Union continues it's fall schedule when they play at Franciscan next Friday, September 24 at 3:30 pm.

Tennis Match Results
Saint Vincent vs Mount Union
Sep 17, 2010 at Alliance, Ohio

Saint Vincent 7, Mount Union 2

 Singles competition
1. Krissy Hallett (MTU) def. Alexis Cup (STV) 6-1, 6-1
2. Jessa Paruch (STV) def. Megan Czuchra (MTU) 6-4, 1-6, 6-0
3. Amanda Gans (STV) def. Lauren Olivier (MTU) 6-1, 6-1
4. Courtney Adamsky (MTU) def. Emily Morris (STV) 6-2, 2-6, 6-4
5. Nicole Peer (STV) def. Mari Miki (MTU) 6-2, 6-4
6. Stephanie Rubin (STV) def. Carolann Sterkenburg (MTU) 7-5, 4-6, 1-0 (10-8)

 Doubles competition
1. Alexis Cup/Nicole Peer (STV) def. Krissy Hallett/Megan Czuchra (MTU) 8-6
2. Jessa Paruch/Amanda Gans (STV) def. Lauren Olivier/Courtney Adamsky (MTU) 8-5
3. Emily Morris/Megan Mahoney (STV) def. Mari Miki/Carolann Sterkenburg (MTU) 8-2

Match Notes:
Saint Vincent 5-1
Mount Union 0-1
T-4 hrs 

Oberlin Field Hockey 

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It was the Bishops’ Jenna Ortega who was finally able to put one past Puri at the 54:53 mark. She would add a second tally just minutes later. 

Oberlin’s best scoring chance came in the 45th minute when Kiri Brenner had a clean look at the cage, but defender Hannah Coughlin came out of nowhere to prevent the goal. 

The Yeowomen (4-1, 1-1 NCAC) also had an apparent goal off a penalty corner waived off due to in inadvertent whistle by the umpire. 

Despite being outshot 26-6, Oberlin had a 9-7 edge on penalty corners. Emily Whitaker led the Yeowomen with three shots on the night. 

Oberlin returns to action on September 23 when it plays host to Kenyon College. The opening touch is set for 4:30 p.m.

Case Reserve Volleyball 

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Case and Johns Hopkins (5-5 overall) went four games with the Spartans prevailing 25-14, 25-14, 23-25 and 25-18. McCutchan led the attack with 22 kills. Suchy posted 12 kills while Karpinski and junior middle hitter Ellie Lyman (Sawyer, MI/Bridgman) each totaled 11.

Freeman once again paced the attack with 50 assists. Karpinski and Gulasey led the defensive effort with 28 and 26 digs, respectively.

Following tomorrow’s matches, the Spartans return to action on Tuesday, September 21 at the College of Wooster at 7:00 p.m.

Oberlin Volleyball Falls to Defiance
Story Reported by Mike Mancini
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Box Score (PDF)

Wooster, Ohio –
 Playing on the campus of The College of Wooster, the Oberlin College volleyball game fell in straight sets to Defiance College (16-25, 17-25, 23-25). 

Amanda Wysk led the Oberlin attack with 12 kills on 29 swings to finish with an impressive .310 hitting percentage. Laura Jessee also cashed in nine kills on the night. 

Defensively, it was Lizzie Orfaly who paced the Yeowomen with 13 digs. As a team Oberlin recorded 44 digs. 

Liz Wong had 22 assists and three service aces in the loss. 

Oberlin returns to action tomorrow at Adrian College. 
Day One of the OC Invite is in the Books
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Oberlin, Ohio - The Oberlin College women's tennis team began its 2010-11 season on Friday with the third annual OC Invite. First-year Farah Leclercq was a part of two wins to highlight the day for Oberlin. Full results below. 

Third Annual Oberlin Invitational Day One Results for Oberlin players/teams

Farah Leclercq (OC) def Maliaka Messi (Tiffin) 6-1, 6-0
Caroline Margaf (Denison) def Finley Gates (OC) 5-7, 6-4, 6-2
Sara Longo (Allegheny) def Preeya Shah (OC) 6-4, 6-3
Carolyn Ball (OC) def Carly Olmstead (OH Northern) 7-6(8-6), 7-5
Ariel Lewis (OC) def Sarah Short (Denison) 6-0, 6-0
Kathleen McBride (Allegheny) def Julie Christensen (OC) 7-5, 7-6(7-5)
Bianca Patel (Case Western) def Emily Thebaut (OC) 6-2, 6-1

J.Christensen/P.Shah (OC) def C.Olmstead/M.Tuma (OH Northern) 8-6
F.Leclercq/F.Gates (OC) def S.Lewis/K.Richardson (Case Western) 8-6
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