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Mount Union Golf


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Adding to the team effort, sophomore Jon Lieser (Minerva/Minerva) and junior Tyler Hickerson (Malta/Morgan) shot opening rounds of 74, putting them in a tie for ninth. Freshman Dillon Bright (Granville/Granville) rounded out the team score with a 76, leaving him tied for 14th.
The 288 team tally was the Raiders' lowest team score since a 283 at the Muskingum Invitational on March 28, 2009.
 
Senior Steve Guerrieri (Canton/Massillon Jackson) led Mount Union's individual competitors with a first-round 73. He is tied for sixth.

The Mount Union Fall Invitational will wrap up on Monday at the Alliance Country Club.

 

Mount Union Invitational - Round One
Tannenhauf Golf Course

Team Scores
1. Mount Union 288, 2. Otterbein 294, 3. John Carroll 301, 4. Walsh 312, 5. Heidelberg 313, 6. Notre Dame ofOhio 329.

Top 5 Individuals
T1. Ben Lehrke (Mount Union) 70, T1. Alex Welch (Mount Union) 70, T1. Cody MacLean (Otterbein) 70, T4. Brock Neighbors (Otterbein) 72, T4. Ted Padezanin (John Carroll) 72.

Mount Union
T1. Ben Lehrke 70, T1. Alex Welch 70, T6. Steve Guerrieri 73*, T9. Tyler Hickerson 74, T9. Jon Lieser 74, T12.Jesse Spacek 75*, T14. Dillon Bright 76, T14. Brandon Giaimo 76*, T14. Vincent Lorenzo 76*, T14. Cory Muller76*, T14. Zach Seidner 76*, 24. Andrew Bunnell 78*, T25. Ryan Conway 79*, T31. Justin Grunstein 80*, T37.Bryan Bober 81*, T40. Scott Hamlin 82*, T40. Ryan Ringwalt 82*


Mount runners finish seventh at 


Otterbein


September 25, 2010 

WESTERVILLE, Ohio -- The Mount Union women's cross country team placed seventh out of 18 teams at the Otterbein Invitational on Saturday. It finished with 208 points.

Goggin


Christin Handley (East Aurora/Iroquois) led the way with her 22nd-place finish in 19:27.3.

Caitlin Goggin (Mantua/Crestwood) was 40th in 20:05.3, Rachel Smith (Waterford, Pa./Fort LeBoeuf) took 45th in 20:20.4 and Lesley Sherwood 

(Strongsville/Strongsville) crossed 48th in 20:22.5.


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Chelsey Bruce (Cuyahoga Falls/Cuyahoga Falls) rounded out the scoring, taking 53rd in 20:28.3.

Ashland won the team championships with 41 points and the top two runners.

The Raiders will be in action next when they run at the All-Ohio Championships in Cedarville, Ohio.

 

Otterbein Invitational - Westerville, Ohio

Team Scores
1. Ashland 41, 2. Otterbein 75, 3. DePauw (Ind.) 104, 4. Wilmington 135, 5. Wooster 144, 6. Centre (Ky.) 199, Mount Union 208, Walsh 211, Saint Mary of the Woods 265, Marietta 291, Heidelberg 294, Mount Vernon Nazarene 334, Rose-Hulman Tech (Ind.) 376, Ohio Dominican 392, Wittenberg 408, Thomas More (Ky.) 431, Capital 489, Muskingum 504

Top 5 Individuals
1. Mandy Farson (Ashland) 18:04.7, 2. Stephanie Stoffel (Ashland) 18:19.0, 3. Jess Macy (DePauw, Ind.) 18:20.5, 4. Annie Cekada (Wilmington) 18:21.1, 5. Claire Hollis (DePauw, Ind.) 18:52.3

Mount Union Individuals
22. Christin Handley 19:27.3, 40. Caitlin Goggin 20:05.3, 45. Rachel Smith 20:20.4, 48. Lesley Sherwood 20:22.5, 53. Chelsey Bruce 20:28.3, 54. Sylvia Cintron 20:30.6, 58. Corinne Midlik 20:38.2, 73. Emily Mazzaferri20:49.2, 74. Katie Less 20:49.8, 87. Mary Catherine Powers 20:59.0, 107. Jenna Balazs 21:20.9, 150. Tori Machon 22:25.7, 163. Chloe Chisnell 22:45.8, 179. Jenny Gamertsfelder 23:29.4, 186. Sarah Kelly 23:50.9, 205. Katie Stewart 25:05.6

Laura Jessee

Oberlin Volleyball 


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The offense was in rhythm throughout the contest as junior Liz Wong did a great job of putting her teammates in the right position, dishing out 45 assists along the way. 
Liz Wong

“It was a great all-around team effort,” Head Coach Carey Cavanaugh said. “Hopefully we can build off of this win and get things going in the right direction.”

The Yeowomen defense was also impressive as they totaled 47 digs, six blocks and a season-low three serve receive errors.

In their first match of the day, Oberlin fell to Kenyon 18-25, 25-21, 23-25, 14-25. 

In the setback Wysk and Jessee combined for 25 kills. 

In the set-two win, Oberlin hit .434 as a team with 12 kills on 23 total attacks. 

The Yeowomen return to action next Saturday when they play host to Wittenberg University at 2 p.m. as part of Homecoming Weekend


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