Athletes of the Week-September 9, 2019
Middletown, Ohio/Bishop Fenwick
Gephart threw for 325 yards (25-of-35) and six touchdowns, including four in the first quarter alone to lead the Student Princes to a 57-7 victory over Adrian.
Otterbein University sophomore Nigel Chatman (Reynoldsburg/Reynoldsburg) has been selected Defensive Player of the Week by the league’s Sports Information Directors. Chatman, a standout defensive lineman for the Cardinals, was tragically killed in a car accident last Friday morning on his way to practice. Just 21 years old, Chatman was a returning All-OAC nose guard expected to continue making a huge impact this season....(More)
Football (Special Teams)
Murrysville, Pa./Franklin Regional
Leopold returned a punt 49 yards for a touchdown to help secure the Blue Streaks 21-7 victory over UW-Stevens Point. Leopold also made eight tackles on defense. JCU held UWSP to under 250 yards of total offense.
Hlas recorded his second shutout of the season with one save in a 1-0 upset over No. 18 Carnegie Mellon.
Work racked up three goals on the week to help the Muskies to wins over Wittenberg (3-2, OT) and Thiel (2-1).
Mantz helped the Purple Raiders to a 2-0 record last week with a win over Oswego State (2-1) and a shutout against Fredonia State (1-0). Mantz faced 44 shots and made 16 saves.
Hilliard, Ohio/Hilliard Bradley
Decker posted her first career goal in the Purple Raiders’ win over Oswego State (2-1). She followed that up with the game winning goal in a 1-0 victory over Fredonia State.
New Concord, Ohio/John Glen
Fatheree guided the Muskies to their seventh straight victory at the Case Western Invite. The Muskies defeated Washington & Jefferson and Thiel in three sets and Case Western in five sets. Fatheree averaged 3.1 kills and three digs-per-set, with a .430 hitting percentage.
Brunswick, Ohio/Padua Franciscan
Jenko took home 5th place at the Calvin College Knight Invite with a time of 22:04.6. The Blue Streaks finished sixth in the 24 team field.
Akron, Ohio/St. Vincent-St. Mary
Phillips placed seventh among 218 runners with a time of 25:27.4 at the Calvin College Knight Invite. The Blue Streaks finished runner-up in the 24 team field.
Schatschneider shot a career-low round of 78 and was the medalist at the University of Mount Union Fall Invitational at the Tannenhauf Golf Club. BW finished third of eight teams.
Powell, Ohio/Olentangy Liberty
Steyer fired a 148 (76-72, +4 par) to tie for 14th place and lead ONU to a sixth place finish at the Ohio Cup on Saturday at Red Hawk Run Golf Course.