Athletes of the Week-November 5, 2018

Wrestling
Jarrod Brezovec
John Carroll 
Sophomore
141 pounds
Aurora, Ohio/Aurora 

Brezovec won first place at the Adrian Invitational, posting a 4-0 record, to help the Blue Streaks to third place. 


Swimming & Diving 
Matt Ramsey
John Carroll
Sophomore
Allison Park, PA/Hampton

Ramsey led Blue Streaks past Mount Union with four wins. Individually, Ramsey won the 50 free (21.89) and 100 free (48.59). He was also part of the of the winning 400 medley relay (3:36.05) and 400 free relay (3:17.39).

Swimming & Diving
Gwyn Ledrick
John Carroll
Sophomore
Sylvania, Ohio/Notre Dame Academy

Ledrick was a four-time winner and help lead the Blue Streaks past Mount Union. Individually, Ledrick won the 100 breaststroke (1:08.27), 100 freestyle (56.46) and 200 IM (2:16.66). She was also part of the winning 400 medley relay (4:07.84). 


Football
Darrien Fields
Marietta
Senior
Quarterback
Aliquippa, Pa./Aliquippa

Fields completed 28-of-33 passes with three touchdowns to lead the Pioneers past Otterbein, 43-21. The win was the Pioneers' seventh, the most since 1996. Fields tallied 414 yards to break the school single-game record. His three touchdown passes gives him 22 on the season, which breaks his own school record of 21 set in 2017. 

Football
Connor Bogard
John Carroll
Junior
Defensive Line
Cleveland, Ohio/Benedictine

Bogard tallied eight tackles in the Blue Streaks 27-0 win over Heidelberg. JCU held Heidelberg to just 121 yards of total offense. Bogard had team leading 4.0 tackles for a loss of 29 yards, including 3.0 sacks for a -27 yards. Bogard has now became 13th all-time in school history with 27.5 tackles for loss and ninth all-time in sacks with 14.5.

Football
Austin Baker
Heidelberg
Senior
Kicker
Green Springs, Ohio/Clyde

Baker averaged 50.6 yards on eight punts in a loss to John Carroll on Saturday. On his fourth punt, Baker boomed a 95-yard punt to the other end zone, setting a new NCAA Division III record. The kick surpassed a 91-yarder by Maranatha Baptist's Gunnar Rastenburg, set in 2014. The play garnered national attention airing on ESPN College Football, Sportscenter, and Yahoo College Football among others. 

 

 

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