Athletes of the Week-October 7, 2019
Williams ran 30 times for a season-high 183 yards and a touchdown to lead ONU to a 31-23 victory over Marietta.
Imani recording five tackles, four quarterback hurries, a blocked field goal, a fumble recovery that he returned 65-yards for a touchdown and a safety in BW's 37-7 victory over Capital.
Football (Special Teams)
Sunbury, Ohio/Big Walnut
Fleser averaged 61.1 yards on six kickoffs and a touchback in ONU’s 31-23 victory over Marietta.
Akron, Ohio/Walsh Jesuit
Brennan led BW at the Great Louisville Classic with a 5th place finish (21:42.2) in a field of 253 runners. BW finished 6th among 37 teams.
Hampton took home fourth place in a field of 276 runners at the DIII Pre-National meet. Hampton covered the course in a new personal best time of 24:30.4 to lead the Cardinals to third place.
Hlas had five saves and shutout Otterbein 1-0 for his fifth shutout of the season. This is the fourth time Hlas has won the award this season.
Geither scored three goals on the week to lead BW to a 2-0 record. He scored two goals, including the game winner, in a 3-0 victory over Capital. On Saturday, Geither added another in a 7-0 route of Pitt-Greensburg.
Countryside, Ill./Lyons Twp.
Fuller scored her first-career hat trick to lead the Polar Bears in a 5-0 victory over Marietta on Saturday.
Galloway faced 22 shots and made nine saves in a 1-0 overtime win at Heidelberg.
New Concord, Ohio/John Glen
Fatheree guided the Muskies to a 3-0 record on the week, defeating Kenyon, John Carroll and 22nd-ranked Wittenberg. On the week, Fatheree recorded 40 kills, 29 digs and a .299 hitting percentage.
Lore City, Ohio/Meadowbrook
Cottle helped the Muskies to wins over 22nd-ranked Wittenberg, Kenyon and John Carroll. Cottle recorded a team-high 58 digs over 10 sets with only one reception error.
Fortman took home medalist honors at the OAC Fall Preview held at the River Greens Golf Course. Fortman shot a 77 in the first round and a 68 in the second round to finish with a 145, one shot ahead of the second place.
Lakeview, NY/Nardin Academy.
Beckwith lead JCU at the Eva Shorb Weiskopf Memorial held at Wooster Country Club with a third place finish. Beckwith carded a two-day total of 168 (90-78, +24).