Athletes of the Week-April 8, 2019

Field
Zak Dysert
Baldwin Wallace
Senior
McDonald, Pa./Fort Cherry

Dysert won the hammer throw (205’1”) and placed third in the discus (152’1”) at the Mount Union John Homon Open. Dysert’s toss in the hammer throw broke the school by almost six feet and currently ranks second in Div. III.

Track
Cwinn Febus
Otterbein
Junior
Medina, Ohio/Medina

Febus won the 400 meter hurdles (52.81) and was part of the winning 4x100 relay team (42.19) at the Mount Union John Homon Open. His time in the 400 meter hurdles is currently No. 1 in Div. III, qualifies for the national meet and is third all-time at Otterbein.

Field
Emily Hilt
Capital
Junior
Delaware, Ohio/Buckeye Valley

Hilt won the heptathlon at the Muskingum Invitation as part of the All-Ohio Multis with 4,389 points, a new school record, beating her own mark by nearly 400 points. She currently is ninth in the country in the event. Hilt won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.12 seconds, won the high jump by clearing 1.63 meters, placed third in the shot put by throwing a 9.60-meter throw and was also third in the 200-meter dash with a time of 27.72 seconds. Her performance in the 100-meter hurdles broke her own school record in the event. On Sunday, her leap of 5.10 meters in the long jump earned her second, her throw of 27.77 meters in the javelin was the best mark of the day and she finished the day with a second-place run of 2:36.41 in the 800-meter race.

Track
Hilary Reigle
Mount Union
Senior
Madison, Ohio/Madison

Reigle won the 1,500 meters in 4:35.39 at the Mount Union John Homon Invite. Her time is a NCAA provisional qualifying mark, currently ranks as 8th best in Div. III and broke a five-year old school record.



Tennis
Lauren O’Malley
John Carroll
Senior
Westlake, Ohio /Magnificat

O’Malley posted a combined 5-1 record at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles to lead JCU to wins over Baldwin Wallace and Capital and in a 5-4 loss to nationally ranked Case Western. O’Malley became the first Blue Streak to reach 100 career singles wins.

Tennis
Bob Cross
Mount Union
Junior
North Canton, Ohio/Hoover

Cross posted wins at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles in the Purple Raiders’ wins over Muskingum and Marietta last week.


Softball
Nikki Camarati
Baldwin Wallace
Freshman
Brunswick, Ohio/Holy Name

Camarati made six appearances with five starts, pitched four complete games and posted three shutouts to lead the Yellow Jackets to a 7-1 record last week. She pitcher her first career no-hitter against Wilmington. In 33.2 innings, Camarati gave up just 19 hits, six earned runs and struck out 47 batters.

Softball
Gabby Stewart
Ohio Northern
Junior
Union, Ky./St. Henry

Stewart helped the Polar Bears to a 6-0 OAC record last week, sweeping Wilmington, Capital, and Mount Union. Stewart led the team with 13 hits (.591), had four doubles, two home runs, 10 RBI, a 1.045 slugging percentage, and a .615 on base percentage.


Baseball
Patrick Keohane
John Carroll
Senior
Quincy, Mass./Boston College H.S.

Keohane batted .476 (10-of-21), with 11 runs, two doubles, a homerun and 10 RBI to help the Blue Streaks to a 4-1 (4-0 OAC) record last week. Keohane posted a .714 slugging percentage and a .560 on-base percentage.

Baseball
Alex Muckensturm
Capital
Senior
Tecumseh, Mich./Tecumseh

Muckensturm posted a 2-0 record last week, allowing just four runs over 15 innings. Against Ohio Northern Muckensturm pitched a complete game, giving up just one run and striking out a career-high 10. He also pitched six innings against Marietta, giving up three runs and tallying seven strikeouts. 


Lacrosse
Lisa Lotz
Capital
Senior
Goalie
Lynchburg, Va./Jefferson Forest

Lotz posted a .615 save percentage last week to help the Crusaders to a 2-0 record with wins over Marietta and John Carroll. Lotz faced 39 shots, allowed just 10 goals, collected five ground balls and caused one turnover over the two games.

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

Ozenghar scored eight goals, tallied seven assists, collected seven ground balls, forced three turnovers and had six draw controls to help the Crusaders to a pair of wins against Marietta and John Carroll last week. 

Lacrosse
Jake Krone
Mount Union
Senior
Goalkeeper
Hudson, Ohio/Hudson

Krone made 25 (.694) last week to helped the Purple Raiders to wins over Muskingum and Marietta. Krone also collected three ground balls

Lacrosse
Chad Steinwachs
Baldwin Wallace
Senior
Attack
Buffalo, N.Y./Williamsville North

Steinwachs tallied 14 points to help the Yellow Jackets to a 2-0 record on the week. He scored three goals and had three assists in 13-10 win over John Carroll and then added three goals and five assists against Wilmington.