Athletes of the Week-November 11, 2019

Swimming & Diving
Erik Sriubas
John Carroll
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

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)

Jordin James
Mount Union
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.

Nathan Bower-Malone
Mount Union
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.

Casey Smith
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
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
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
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

View: Mobile | Desktop