Athletes of the Week-November 11, 2019

Swimming & Diving
Erik Sriubas
John Carroll
Sophomore
Three Oaks, Mich./Lakeshore

Sriubas led the Blue Streaks to victory over Case Western (170-126) for just the second time in 21 years. Sriubas touched first in three events.

  • 1650 Freestyle, 1st (16:48.88, 17th in Div. III)
  •   500 Freestyle, 1st (4:50.82)
  •   200 Flystyle, 1st, (1:57.00)

 

Swimming & Diving
Lauren Stajcar
Mount Union
Junior
Strongsville,Ohio/Strongsville

Stajcar led the Purple Raiders past Baldwin Wallace last Friday with two individual first place finishes. She was also part of the winning 200 Medley Relay.

  • 200 yard medley, 1st (1:56.09)
  •  200 IM, 1st  (2:20.97)
  •  100 breast, 1st  (13.16)

Wrestling
Jordin James
Mount Union
Junior
Bedford, Ohio/Bedford    

James posted a 4-0 record against Div. III competition to claim the 141-pound title at the Mount Union invitational.

Results: 11-2 major decision win over Zach Layne of Bellarmine (Ky.), got a 9-5 win over Brendan Tenney of Lake Erie, had a 16-0 technical fall against Jacob Simpson from West Liberty (W.Va.). In the title match, he edged out Andrew Lieb of Lake Erie, 9-6.


Basketball
Nathan Bower-Malone
Mount Union
Senior
Guard
Stow, Ohio/Stow

Bower-Malone posted 14 points, 11 assists and seven rebounds to lead the Purple Raider to a 71-52 win over Albion to open the season.

Basketball 
Casey Smith
Freshman
Guard
Woodmere, Ohio/Orange

Smith led the Muskies in an 81-57 victory over the Thiel to open the season last week. Smith posted 22 points, four assists and six rebounds.


Football (Offense)
Anthony McFadden
Ohio Northern
Senior
Quarterback
Chillicothe/Paint Valley

McFadden helped guide the Polar Bears to a 35-28 victory over Baldwin Wallace Saturday. McFadden completed 12 of 17 passes for 155 yards with three touchdowns. He added 16 rushes for 52 yards and a touchdown.

 Football (Defense)
Kyle Gallagher
Marietta
Junior
Defensive Line
Chesterland, Ohio/West Geauga)      

Gallagher recorded eight tackles, including three solo stops and had 2.0 tackles for a loss, both sacks, the Pioneers 21-10 win over Otterbein.  Gallagher also forced a fumble and had one quarterback hurry

Football (Special Teams)
James Knox
Marietta
Senior
Defensive back
Charleston, W. Va,/Capital

Knox returned a blocked field goal 84 yards for a touchdown in Marietta's 21-10 win over Otterbein. Marietta was leading 7-3 in the third quarter when Knox's scoop and score resulted in a 10-point swing and gave the Pioneers a 14-3 lead. Knox also had an interception on Marietta's 10-yard line to seal the win in the fourth quarter

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