Athletes of the Week-February 26, 2018

Baseball
Dom Mittiga
John Carroll
Junior
INF
Green, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit

Mattiga batted .533 (8-of-15) with three runs, a double and five RBI to help the Blue Streaks to a 2-1 record against Allegheny. Mittiga had four hits in JCU's 10-9 comeback win in 15 innings on Saturday and tallied four RBI in a 16-4 win on Sunday. He finished the week with a .588 on-base percentage. 

Baseball
Evan Lovick
Baldiwn Wallace
Senior
Pitcher
Mentor, Ohio/Mentor

In his first two starts of the season against Anderson (Ind.) University and Oberlin College, Lovick threw 10 total innings and did not allow a run with 12 strikeouts and only three walks as he notched a 2-0 record. Against Anderson, Lovick combined with two relief pitchers for a 1-0 shutout win after he went five scoreless innings.

 

Lacrosse
Grace Curatolo
John Carroll
Senior
Attack
East Amherst, NY/Williamsville East

Curatolo led the Blue Streak past Kenyon (20-9) with seven goals and four assists. The 20 goals scored by JCU was the most allowed by Kenyon since March 9, 2013. 

 

Lacrosse
Jess Ballow
Heidelberg
Freshman
Goalkeeper
Wooster, Ohio/Wooster

In her first collegiate game, Ballow helped the Berg to its first victory in program history. She made 13 saves in the 7-5 win over Concordia University (MI) on Sunday. Four of Ballow's saves came on free position shots.

Lacrosse
Alex Bruder
Heidelberg
Freshman
Goalkeeper
Brunswick, Ohio/Brunswick

Bruder made 11 saves (84.6 save percent)in his first collegiate start to help the Berg to a 16-2 win over Bethany College on Saturday. The win was Heidelberg's first home victory in program history. 

 

Lacrosse 
Cam Marous
Ohio Northern
Sophomore 
Attack 
Brecksville, Ohio/Brecksville

Marous tallied four goals and two assists for a team-best six points to help ONU to a 25-3 win over Calvin (Mich.) to open the season on Saturday. 

 

Tennis
Hoang Do
Ohio Northern 
Freshman
Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty

Do posted a 4-0 singles record (3-0 #3; 1-0 #3) and 2-2 record at #1 doubles to lead the Polar Bears to a 3-1 record. 

 

Tennis 
Ola Latala
Ohio Northern
Sophomore
Grosse Ile, Mich. / Grosse Ile

Latala posted 2-1 record at #1 singles and went 3-0 at #1 doubles to help the Polar Bears to a 2-1 record to open the spring season. 

 

 

 

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