Athletes of the Week-September 23, 2019

Athletes of the Week-September 23, 2019

Football (Offense)
Kyle Barrett
Wilmington
Junior
Quarterback
Columbus, Ohio/Beechcroft

Barrett led the Quakers in 42-38 win over Ohio Northern with 406 passing yards (26-of 34) and four touchdowns. He brought the Fightin' Quakers back from a 38-35 deficit with a 90-yard, game-winning touchdown drive, tossing the game-winning pass with just 28 second remaining. This win snapped Wilmington’s 25-game losing streak to ONU, dating back to 1956.

Football (Defense)
Tre’Quez Parks
Wilmington  
Junior
Defensive Back
Columbus, Ohio/Beechcroft

Parks led the Quaker’s defense with 14 tackles and two sacks in 38-35 win over Ohio Northern. This was the program’s first win over ONU since 1956.

Football (Special Teams)
Brandon Steckel
Heidelberg
Freshman
Kicker
Cardington, Ohio/Cardington Lincoln

Steckel was a perfect seven-of-seven on PATs and was successful on both of his field goal tries from 31 and 21 yards in the Student Princes’ 55-6 win over Capital.

 

Soccer (Defense)
Zach Hlas
Mount Union
Senior
Goalkeeper
Solon, Ohio/Solon

Hlas posted his fourth shutout of the season against Denison and picked the win a 2-1 victory over Geneva (Pa). Hlas made six saves on the week. This is Hlas third Defensive Athlete of the Week honor this season.

Soccer (Offense)  
Rylan Wikle
Mount Union
Sophomore
Forward
Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls

Wikle scored three goals over two games last week,  including a pair of goals in the last eight minutes to give the Raiders a 2-1 victory over Geneva (Pa.). His third goal was the game winner over Denison.

Soccer (Offense)
Audrey Kaufman
Heidelberg
Freshman
Forward
Hilliard, Ohio/Davidson

Kaufman helped the Student Princes end a three game losing skid with a goal in a 3-1 win over Trine. She then scored a pair of second-half goals in a 4-4 tie with Transylvania.

Soccer (Defense)
Katie Bodenmiller
Muskingum
Junior
Goalkeeper
Casstown, Ohio/Miami East

Bodenmiller helped the Muskies to a 3-0 record last week with nine saves and a zero goals against average. Against Bluffton, she recorded rare assist off a punt to help create the first goal in a 2-0 victory.

 

Volleyball (Offense)
Madelin DiBease
Mount Union
Junior
Outside Hitter
Perry, Ohio/Perry

DiBease posted 46 kills (3.38 per set) last week, including a season-high 20 kills in a win over No. 23 Clarkson to help the Purple Raiders post a 3-0 record. DiBease also tallied four assists, five blocks and 45 digs (3.75 per set) on the week.

Volleyball (Defense)
Sarah Oney
Heidelberg
Sophomore

Defensive Specialist
North Fairfield, Ohio/South Central
 
Oney tallied 57 digs (6.25 per set) last week to help the Berg post a 2-1 record. Oney racked up 25 digs alone in the four-set loss to No. 23 Clarkson University. Oney also provided six assists, two service aces and a kill.

 

Golf
Matt Eddins
Mount Union
sophomore
Louisville, Ohio/Louisville

Eddins posted a career low score of 140 (67-73=140, -5 par) to earned medalist honors at the Mount Union Invitational. The Purple Raiders took home first place in the six team field.

Golf
Lydia Cranmer
Ohio Northern 
Junior
Farmington Hills, Mich./Ladywood

Cranmer led the ONU to the team title at the Bluffton HCAC Fall Invitational last weekend. She placed seventh out of 76 golfers with rounds of 80-84=164 (+20 par). 

 

Cross Country 
Alexander Hansel
Capital 
Junior
Willoughby Hills, Ohio/Lake Catholic

Hansel led the Crusaders with a first place finish at the Cougar Invitational hosted by Columbus State Community College on Saturday. Hansel finished the course in 16:43. 

 

Cross Country 
Allison Costanzo
Capital 
Freshman 

Costanzo led the Crusader with a first place finish at the Cougar Invitational hosted by Columbus State Community College last weekend. Costanzo covered the course in 20:46.

 

 

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