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Oberlin-Hiram Grid

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In the second quarter, Oberlin took control scoring three touchdowns in the period (two passing and one rushing).  The extra-point attempt on the second Yeomen score was blocked, but still resulted in a 27-7 lead for Oberlin at halftime.

Oberlin padded its lead in the third quarter on a 32-yard field goal by Zach Richard at the 6:36 mark that ended a third 10-play or more scoring drive for the Yeomen and increased their lead to 30-7.  On the ensuing kickoff, Hiram would find itself with excellent field position thanks to a 48-yard return by freshman Richard Simpson (Kissimmee, Fla./Gateway) that gave Hiram the ball at the Oberlin 28-yard line.  The Terriers needed one play to find the endzone with a TD completion from Rehor to junior wide receiver Shaun Zalewski (Cleveland/St. Edward) from 28 yards out.  Hiram converted the two-point conversion on a tipped pass that landed in the arms of senior wideout Luke Lewis (Fremont/St. Joseph), making the score 30-15.  But Oberlin answered the Hiram score in as equally of fashion going 55 yards in two plays to increase the margin to 37-15 after three quarters of play.

In the final quarter, Oberlin scored 10 more points on a 25-yard field goal and a 19-yard TD pass play to extend the lead to 47-15.  Hiram would find the endzone one more time in the final seconds on a 30-yard TD competion from Rehor to Luke Lewis with six seconds left in the game and ended an 11-play, 75-yard drive.  The Terriers would miss the two-point conversion as the Yeomen went on to win by the final of 47-21.

Oberlin was led offensively by Zebelian, who came in to replace starting quarterback, and completed 22-of-28 passes for 323 yards and four TD.  Drew Mixter led all rushers with 108 yards on 15 carries and had one TD.  The Yeomen had a pair of 100-yard receivers wtih Danny Enright catching seven passes for a game-high 127 yards and a TD.  Cory Kidd was second with six receptions for 108 yards and a score.  Defensively, Oberlin was led by David Kalgren and Derrick Dennis who both had seven tackles.  Kalgren also had one interception.

Hiram was led by Rehor who completed 27-of-51 passes for 228 yard with two TD and three interceptions.  Jones ended the game with a team-best 59 rushing yards on three carries.  Senior All-NCAC wide receiver Glenn Campbell (Akron/Buchtel) caught a team-high seven passes for 64 yards.  Luke Lewis finished the game with five receptions with 60 yards and a TD.  Defensively, the Terriers had three players record 10 or more tackles, led by freshman Josh Peacock (Carson City, Nev./Carson) with a game-high 12 tackles.  Juniors Mike Brown (Cleveland/Glenville) and Oliver Dickerhoof (Alliance/Central Catholic) each had 10 stops. 

Hiram will play its next two games on the road beginning with a non-conference game against Carnegie Mellon University next Saturday, Oct. 2 in Pittsburgh, Pa.  The game is scheduled to begin at 1 p.m.


Oberlin Field Hockey Falters at Wittenberg
Story Reported by Mike Mancini
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Springfield, Ohio – 
In their first NCAC road game of the season, the Oberlin College field hockey team fell to Wittenberg University 10-0. 

“Despite the score, I thought we did some really good things, but just had trouble finishing in the circle,” Head Coach Deb Ranieri said. “However, our defense made some mistakes that led to some break-away goals that we will have to correct.”

The Tigers (6-2, 3-1 NCAC) scored six times in the first half and never looked back. 

Oberlin (4-3, 1-3 NCAC) was out-shot 31-6 in the contest, but did earn seven penalty corners compared to just three for Wittenberg. 

Gillian Winbourn led Oberlin with three shots, while Kiran Puri finished with 14 saves. 

The Yeowomen will look to get back on track on Wednesday afternoon when they host The College of Wooster. All of the action will get underway at 4:30 p.m. 

Women's Tennis Competes at ITA Regionals
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Fredericksburg, Va. –
 Through the early part of day one of the ITA Regionals, the Oberlin College women’s tennis team went 7-1 in singles play with rookieFarah Leclercq leading the way in the way in the championship draw. 

Leclercq, a sophomore from Ocala, Florida and seeded ninth in the tournament, went 2-0 on the day to advance to the round of 16. First she upended Sonya Subramaniam of Carnegie Mellon University 6-1, 4-6, 6-1 and followed with a 6-2, 6-4 win over Alexandra Ferrara of Haverford College. 

Junior Ariel Lewis, who is also competing in the championship draw, won her first match against Anna Perocchi of Bryn Mawr College 7-5, 6-3. However, Lewis was upset in round two by Amanda Bercovici of Washington College 2-6, 6-4, 6-0. 

In the blue draw Preeya Shah went 2-0, winning her first match 6-0, 6-1, before following with a 6-4, 6-1 win. 

Finley Gates was a 6-1, 6-0 winner and Carolyn Ball was victorious in her first match 6-1, 7-6 (7-3).

Doubles play will begin tonight. 

Box Score (Final)
        #2 Mount Union vs Wilmington (Sep 25, 2010 at Wilmington, Ohio)
  Score by Quarters     1  2  3  4   Score
  -----------------    -- -- -- --   -----
  Mount Union......... 14 13  7 17  - 51       Record: (3-0,2-0)
  Wilmington..........  0  0  0  0  -  0       Record: (0-3,0-2)

  Scoring Summary:
  1st 05:04 MTU - Zac Lemmon 62 yd run (Tyler Almeida kick), 3-76 1:08, MTU 7 - WILM 0
      03:33 MTU - Cecil Shorts 68 yd punt return (Tyler Almeida kick), , MTU 14 - WILM 0
  2nd 11:39 MTU - Zac Lemmon 10 yd run (Tyler Almeida kick), 4-48 1:33, MTU 21 - WILM 0
      00:29 MTU - Zac Lemmon 3 yd run (Tyler Almeida kick blockd), 6-66 1:12, MTU 27 - WILM 0
  3rd 14:12 MTU - Cecil Shorts 39 yd pass from Neal Seaman (Tyler Almeida kick), 2-40 0:41, MTU 34 - WILM 0
  4th 14:52 MTU - Cecil Shorts 38 yd pass from Neal Seaman (Tyler Almeida kick), 4-46 1:09, MTU 41 - WILM 0
      08:52 MTU - Tyler Almeida 18 yd field goal, 9-50 4:54, MTU 44 - WILM 0
      06:29 MTU - Blair Skilliter 2 yd run (Tyler Almeida kick), 3-18 0:58, MTU 51 - WILM 0

                                      MTU     WILM
  FIRST DOWNS...................       16        9
  RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............   34-172    43-46
  PASSING YDS (NET).............      255      105
  Passes Att-Comp-Int...........  22-15-2  25-11-2
  TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS.....   56-427   68-151
  Fumble Returns-Yards..........     1-16      1-2
  Punt Returns-Yards............    4-133      0-0
  Kickoff Returns-Yards.........     1-37     8-95
  Interception Returns-Yards....     2-14     2-23
  Punts (Number-Avg)............   3-21.7  10-32.3
  Fumbles-Lost..................      3-3      2-2
  Penalties-Yards...............     2-20     7-48
  Possession Time...............    23:20    36:40
  Third-Down Conversions........  3 of 10  5 of 19
  Fourth-Down Conversions.......   1 of 1   0 of 0
  Red-Zone Scores-Chances.......      4-5      0-0
  Sacks By: Number-Yards........     6-35      1-6
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  RUSHING: Mount Union-Zac Lemmon 10-96; Jacob Simon 10-52; Wes Ryder 5-27; Blair
  Skilliter 4-11; Brandon Brown 1-3; Cecil Shorts 1-3; Anthony Urbania 1-3; Neal
  Seaman 1-minus 6; TEAM 1-minus 17. Wilmington-Marc Otte 15-33; T. Richardson
  15-31; Sahe Wright 3-15; Rex Pitsinger 1-4; Nate Stierhoff 1-2; Jeffery DeBrill
  2-minus 5; Brandon Arehart 6-minus 34.
  PASSING: Mount Union-Neal Seaman 13-20-2-241; Shane Peludat 2-2-0-14.
  Wilmington-Brandon Arehart 10-23-1-100; Nate Stierhoff 1-2-1-5.
  RECEIVING: Mount Union-Cecil Shorts 5-139; Jasper Collins 4-44; Kyle Miller
  2-29; Wes Ryder 1-17; Brandon Mathie 1-12; Brandon Brown 1-8; Ben Shenk 1-6.
  Wilmington-Josh Richardson 3-37; Kyle Blakeman 2-25; Logan McCormick 2-22; T.
  Richardson 1-7; Seth Phillips 1-6; M. Dalberiste 1-5; Marc Otte 1-3.
  INTERCEPTIONS: Mount Union-Channing Gordon 1-11; Chris Favazzo 1-3.
  Wilmington-Donta' Stone 1-16; Bryce Martin 1-7.
  FUMBLES: Mount Union-Jasper Collins 1-1; Justin Barnett 1-1; TEAM 1-1.
  Wilmington-Brandon Arehart 1-1; Marc Otte 1-1.

  SACKS (UA-A): Mount Union-C. Dieuseul 1-2; L. Budzinski 0-2; Brock Briggs 0-1;
  Nyejel Thomas 0-1; Jack LaForce 0-1; Frank Orteca 1-0; Nick Driskill 0-1.
  Wilmington-Donta' Stone 1-0.

  TACKLES (UA-A): Mount Union-C. Dieuseul 6-4; L. Budzinski 3-6; Sam Kershaw 3-4;
  Brock Briggs 4-2; Arthur Smith 2-4; Chaz Jordan 5-0; Nick Driskill 0-4; Landon
  Herzick 2-1; Frank Orteca 2-1; Jack LaForce 1-2; Matt Fechko 0-3; Kenny Harlan
  0-3; Brett Fimbinger 2-0; Alex Ferrara 1-1; Shane Peludat 1-1; Channing Gordon
  1-1; Jared Modrak 1-1; Nyejel Thomas 1-1; Isaiah Scott 1-1; Jon Biehl 0-2; Zac
  Lemmon 1-0; Shawn Riley 1-0; Antonio Tate 1-0; Tyler Alwardt 1-0; Shane Lester
  1-0; Jorge Carbonell 1-0; Reggie Overton 0-1; Chris Favazzo 0-1. Wilmington-A.
  Shelton 1-8; Derick Westfall 4-3; Donta' Stone 2-5; Kenny Marsh 2-5; Cody
  Hamilton 0-7; Bryce Martin 3-3; Darian McGee 3-2; T.J. Burbridge 1-3; LaVonte'
  Darby 2-0; Jamar Roberts 2-0; Albert Peeden 1-1; Paschal Lanigan 0-2; Logan
  McCormick 1-0; Sahe Wright 1-0; McJoynt-Griffit 1-0; Aaron Pohly 1-0; Trevor
  Hooker 1-0; Bryan Davis 0-1; Steth Jackson 0-1; Ben Dunahue 0-1; Michael Powell
  0-1; Cale Gibson 0-1; Kyle Blakeman 0-1; Brandon Arehart 0-1.


Yeowomen Win Carnegie Mellon Invitational
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Women Team Results

Women Individual Results

Men Team Results

Men Individual Results

Pittsburgh, Pa. - The Oberlin College women’s cross country team won the Carnegie Mellon Invitational and in the the process they defeated nationally ranked Case Western Reserve (25th) and Grove City College (32nd).

Joanna Johnson won the 6k race with a time of 21:50, besting second-place finisher Justine Jeroski of Case Western Reserve by 30 seconds. 

Freshman Molly Martorella finished in fifth place (22:54) while sophomore teammate Sara Terashima followed closely behind in sixth place. (23:15).Caroline Martin and Kristina Witcher rounded out the Yeowomen placers by taking 14th (23:33) and 15th place (23:37), respectively.

Head Coach Ray Appenheimer was very happy with the teams’ performances this morning. “We beat several nationally ranked teams today. It was a wonderful performance all around.”

The Yeomen took second place behind Carnegie Mellon. Carnegie Mellon in currently ranked tenth in the nation. They beat nationally ranked Case Western (26th).

Stephen Williams led the way for the Yeomen taking fifth place overall (26:08) in the 8k race.

He was followed by teammates Derek Lange in sixth place(26:27) and Eric Line in seventh (26:27). Ben Schild and Matt Bernstein rounded out the top five in sixteenth (26:54) and eighteenth place (26:57). 
Yeomen Finish Second at Carnegie Mellon Invitational
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Pittsburgh, Pa. - The Oberlin College men's cross country team finished in second place with 52 points in the 16-team Carnegie Mellon Invite on Saturday.

Head Coach Ray Appenheimer was very happy with the teams’ performances this morning. “We beat several nationally ranked teams today. It was a wonderful performance all around.”

The Yeomen finished behind Carnegie Mellon, who is currently ranked 10th in the national. However, OC topped Case Western Reserve, who is 26th in the country. 

Stephen Williams led the way for the Yeomen taking fifth place overall (26:08) in the 8k race.

He was followed by teammates Derek Lange in sixth place (26:27) and Eric Line in seventh (26:27). Ben Schild and Matt Bernstein rounded out the top five in 16th (26:54) and 18th place (26:57).

Oberlin won the women's race with a total 41 points. 

Joanna Johnson won the 6k race with a time of 21:50, besting second-place finisher Justine Jeroski of Case Western Reserve by 30 seconds. 

Freshman Molly Martorella finished in fifth place (22:54) while sophomore teammate Sara Terashima followed closely behind in sixth place. (23:15).Caroline Martin and Kristina Witcher rounded out the Yeowomen placers by taking 14th (23:33) and 15th place (23:37), respectively.


                          Soccer Game Summary (Final)
                            The Automated ScoreBook
            Hiram College vs Wabash (9/25/10 at Crawfordsville, IN)
 Hiram College (3-6, 0-0 NCAC) vs. Wabash (5-4, 0-0 NCAC)
 Date: 9/25/10       Attendance: 90
 Weather: 63 degrees, Mostly sunny. Wind NNW 9 mph
 Goals by period       1  2  Tot
 -------------------------------
 Hiram College.......  1  2 -  3
 Wabash..............  1  0 -  1
 
 SCORING SUMMARY:
  1.   6:13 WABM Allan Swan (unassisted)
  2.  17:03 HIRM Petar Knezevic (Ryan Greenhill)
  3.  86:43 HIRM Luke Salmen (Ryan Greenhill)
  4.  89:52 HIRM George Schatz (Joe Tatum)
 Shots: Hiram College 14, Wabash 11
 Saves: Hiram College 4 (Joe Tatum 4), Wabash 4 (Ian MacDougall 4)

Mount men's soccer team wins 

OAC opener

September 25, 2010 

ALLIANCE, Ohio -- Phil Spagnolo (Lower Burrell, Pa./Burrell) scored Mount Union's game-winning goal in the 91st minute, lifting the Purple Raider men's soccer team to a 2-1 overtime victory over Wilmington at Mount Union Stadium. The contest was an Ohio Athletic Conference opener for both squads.


Dylan Walls (Columbus/St. Francis DeSales) assisted the golden goal. He drove through the right side of the 18-yard box and sent a shot toward Quaker goalkeeper Antonio Trujillo. The netminder deflected the attempt toward Spagnolo, who was charging down the left side.


Leo Hicks (Leetonia/Cardinal Mooney) opened the scoring for Mount Union, connecting in the 54th minute.Jared Thacker (Sunbury/Big Walnut) assisted the play.

Cayleb Paulino came back with the equalizer for Wilmington (2-4-2, 0-1-0) during the 83rd. He scored on a penalty kick.


Winning goalkeeper Jon Critell (Youngstown/Cardinal Mooney) made four saves for the Purple Raiders.


Trujillo stopped seven shots for the visitors.

Mount Union (6-3-1, 1-0-0) will return to the pitch on Saturday, Oct. 2, when it visits conference foe Ohio Northern. Kickoff is slated for 3:30 p.m.

 

 Goals by period       1  2 OT  Tot
 ----------------------------------
 Wilmington..........  0  1  0 -  1
 Mount Union.........  0  1  1 -  2
 
 SCORING SUMMARY:
  1.  53:31 MTU Leo Hicks (Jared Thacker) - cross and shot into open net
  2.  82:49 WILM-M Cayleb Paulino Penalty kick
  3.  90:43 MTU Phil Spagnolo (Dylan Walls) - goal past keeper on near post

 Shots: Wilmington 8, Mount Union 19
 Saves: Wilmington 7 (Antonio Trujillo 7), Mount Union 4 (Jonathan
 Critell 4)

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