Athletes of the Week-March 4, 2019

Golf
Logan Holbrook
Capital
Senior
Logan, Ohio/Logan

Holbrook tied for sixth place in a field of 52 golfers at the Faulkner Spring Invite held at the RTJ Golf Trail at Capitol Hill with a 145 (+1 par)

Golf
Madison Harsh
Capital
Sophomore
Hilliard, Ohio/Hilliard Davidson

Harsh led the Crusaders at the six-team Faulkner Spring Invite held at the RTJ Golf Trail at Capitol Hill with a score of 174 (+16 par).


Softball
Alyx Slusher
Capital
Sophomore
First base
Rockford, Ohio/Parkway

Slusher led the Crusaders over eight games in Florida, batting .458 (11-of-24) with four runs, four doubles, one homerun and six RBI.


Baseball
Beau Otto
Capital
Junior
Second Base
Cincinnati, Ohio/Roger Bacon

Otto led the Crusaders over seven games in Florida, batting .520 (13-of-25) with three runs, one double and four RBI. Over the final three days of the trip, he had three or more hits in each game and only made one error in the field in 18 chances (.947).

Baseball
Scott Gutstein
Capital
Sophomore
Cooper City, Fla/ NSU University School

Gutstein tossed 15 innings last week with a 1.8 ERA, three runs on 11 hits and 12 strikeouts. In his first collegiate start against Alma, he tossed six innings, allowed two runs on five hits with six strikeouts. He came back and tossed a complete game win against Louisianna College, surrendering six hits, one run, and struck out six more.


Lacrosse
T.J. Johnson
Capital
Senior
Goalkeeper
Champlin, Minn./Champlin Park

Johnson helped the Crusaders to wins over DePauw (14-9) and Alma (21-10) with 20 saves on the week. He earned his first collegiate win with 11 saves on 29 shots against DePauw and had nine saves and three groundballs against Alma.

Lacrosse
Blake Bower
Baldwin Wallace
Senior
Attack
(Lewis Center, Ohio/Olentangy)

Bower led the Yellow Jackets to a 21-6 victory over St. Vincent College with a school-record eight goals and assisted on three more. His 11 points also tied the school single-game record.

Lacrosse
Makenna Ozenghar
Capital
Senior
Midfield
Youngstown, Ohio/Cardinal Mooney

Ozenghar racked up 14 points in a pair of games last week. She tallied four goals, three assists, and seven draw controls in a loss against Cabrini and two goals, five assists and caused two turnovers in a 16-3 win over Ohio Wesleyan.

Lacrosse
Emma Workman
John Carroll
Freshman
Midfield
Stow, Ohio/ Stow-Munroe Falls

Workman led the Blue Streak defense in a 17-9 win over Wittenberg with nine draw controls, two ground balls and one forced turnover.




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