Athletes of the Week-September 11, 2017

  • Cross Country
    Claire Lamb
    Otterbein 
    Junior
    Granville, Ohio

    Lamb led the Cardinals to a second place finish at the Ohio Wesleyan Invite, checking in at 21:58.1 to place second out of 237 runners. 

 

  • Cross Country 
    Ian Kellogg
    Otterbein
    Junior
    Bexley, Ohio

    Kellogg won the Ohio Wesleyan Invitational, coving the course in 25:29.3 to lead the Cardinals to a first place finish out of 18 teams. 

 

  • Football-Offense
    Hunter Joseph
    Otterbein 
    Senior 
    Wide receiver 
    New Philadelphia, Ohio 

    Joseph led the Cardinals to a 41-27 win over Muskingum, opening the game with a 55-yard touchdown on the first play. Joseph went on to tally six catches for 171 yards and three touchdowns all before halftime. He finished the game with seven receptions for 181 yards.   

 

  • Football-Defense
    Fred Hardgrove
    Otterbein
    Sophomore
    Safety
    Columbus, Ohio/Walnut

    Hardgrove led the Otterbein defense in a 41-27 win over Muskingum with a career-high 16 tackles (10 solo) and a pass breakup. 

 

  • Soccer
    Nicole Lanese
    Mount Union
    Midfield
    Junior
    Macedonia, Ohio/Nordonia

    Lanese tallied 10 points last week to lead the Purple Raiders to a 2-0 record on the week. Lanese scored two goals and two assists in a 4-1 win over Westminster and collected two more goals in a 3-2 win against Mt. St. Jospeh. 

 

  • Soccer
    Joseph Schulte
    Ohio Northern
    Midfield
    Junior
    Copley, Ohio

    Schulte led the Polar Bears to the ONU Invitational title and a perfect 3-0-0 record on the week. He scored a goal in all three of ONU's victories and added an assist in a 2-1 victory over Wittenberg.

     

  • Volleyball 
    Alicia Lortcher
    Baldwin Wallace
    Outside Hitter
    Junior
    Norwalk, Ohio/Norwalk

    Lortcher led the Yellow Jackets to their second straight Invitational championship and was named to the All-Tournement Team. Lortcher collected 46 kills, hit a team-best .376, tallied 34 digs and six service aces to help BW to a 4-0 record on the week. 

 

  • Golf
    Jackie Cunningham
    Marietta
    Sophomore
    Little Hocking, Ohio/Belpre

    Cunningham became the first Pioneer in program history to win medalist honors when she fired a 75 to win the Mount Union Women's Fall Invitational this past weekend. She led a field of 41 golfers on the par-72, 6058-yard Tannenhauf Golf Club course.

 

  • Golf
    Buster Thomas
    Mount Union
    Senior
    Cortland, Ohio/Lakeview

    Thomas shot a 146 (72, 72, +2) to tied for third place out of 59 golfers at the Malone Fall Invitational held at Tannenhauf Golf Club.  The Purple Raiders finished second out of eight teams. 

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