Athletes of the Week-September 3, 2019
Hlas faced 22 shots, made 10 saves and allowed just one goal on the week, to help the Purple Raiders to a shutout against Wooster (1-0) and tie against No.7 Case Western (1-1).
Turritin had the game winning goal in both of JCU’s victories last week. Against Oberlin, Turritin fired a shot with just 30 seconds left for a 3-2 win. At Rochester, he recorded an assist on the first goal and converted a PK with 35 seconds left in the game for a 2-1 upset win.
Lewis Center, Ohio/Olentangy Orange
Earl posted five goals last week to led the Cardinals past Drew (4-0) and Albright (7-1) at the Centenary’s Kickoff Classic in New Jersey. Earl scored four times against Albright, becoming just the third player in program history to do so, the first since 2004.
Pittsburgh, PA/Bethel Park
Bruno posted shutouts over Kenyon (2-0) and Nazareth (1-0) to help guide the Yellow Jackets to the Herb Lauffer Memorial Tournament Championship. Bruno faced 19 shots and made five saves on the week.
Huppert led the nationally ranked Polar Bears with 43 kills and 12 blocks last week at the ONU Invitational. ONU posted 3-set victories over No. 13 Illinois Wesleyan and Transylvania and fell in 5 sets to No. 6 Wittenberg and in four sets to No. 2 Calvin. Huppert was named to the All-Tournament Team for her efforts.
Bujaucius won the Sudeck Classic Stampede to claim her first collegiate title with a time of 14:57.6. She improved her time on the same course by 45 seconds (15:45.9) from a year ago.
Elkton, Va./East Rockingham
Wallace led the Pioneers at the Wilmington College Quaker Open. Wallace finished the 5k course in 15:58.9 to earn first place among 82 runners.
Farmington Hills, Mich.
Cranmer won Medalist honors for the seventh time in her career to lead the Polar Bears to the team title at the ONU Fall Invitational. The 36-hole tournament was shortened to 18 holes due to heavy rains. Cranmer won the tournament for the third consecutive season and finished with a 2-over par 74, tying her career-best 18-hole round.
North Olmsted, Ohio/North Olmsted
Olmsted Falls, Ohio/Olmsted Falls
Clark and Bratsch won co-medalist honors at the Gatorade Collegiate Classic. Each fired a two day total of 143 (-1 par). The Yellow Jackets won the invitational by five strokes.