Athletes of the Week-February 4, 2019

Wrestling
Shaun Wagner
Ohio Northern
157-pounds
Freshman
Southington, Conn.

Wagner led the Polar Bears at the BW Invite with a second place finish in the 157-pound weight class. 

Results: Lost by fall to Dylan Taylor (Wheeling Jesuit), 3:34 Won by dec. over #2 Zach Mackall (Waynesburg), 8-3 Won by dec. over Mike Galton (Alfred State), 4-2 Won by fall over Bryce Whittman (Ohio Wesleyan)


Track
Ian McVey
Ohio Northern
Senior
Stow, Ohio/Stow Munroe-Falls

McVey set a new Joe Banks Invitational meet record and claimed the one mile event title with a 4:15.13 finish. It marks the fifth-fastest time in program history and is currently the fastest in the OAC while his converted time of 4:11.92 currently ranks 14th in Division III. 

Field
Ben Gutzky
Heidelberg
Senior
Garfield Hts., Ohio/Garfield Hts.

Gutzky won the weight throw  and broke the Heidelberg record at the ONU Joe Banks Invite with a toss of 63-04.75. He won the event by over three feet, and now sits in the top five of Div. III.

Track
Cameron Bujaucius
John Carroll
Freshman
Hudson, Ohio/Hudson

Bujaucius place second among 51 runners in the 5,000-meter run at the Youngstown State Mid-Major Invite, posting a time of 17:33.34. 

Field
Maggie Krause 
Ohio Northern
Junior
Chagrin Falls, Ohio/Kenston

Krause won the pole vault at the ONU Joe Banks Invite with a personal-best of 3.86-meters. Her vault currently stands at the top of Div. III


Swimming
Aurelia Incristi
Mount Union
Freshman
Rockwall, TX/Rockwall

Incristi won two individual events and was a member of the winning 400-yard freestyle relay to help lead the Purple Raiders past Westminster. Incristi won the 200-yard freestyle (2:03.30) and 200-yard IM (2:19.96). 

Swimming
Michael Lewis
Baldwin Wallace
Freshman
Lancaster, Ohio/Lancaster

Lewis won three events in a loss to nationally ranked Case Western.  He won the 50-yard breaststroke in a time of 27.71 seconds, the 100-yard breaststroke in a time of 1:02.08 and the 400-yard individual medley in a time of 4:27.11.  Lewis also swam the second leg on the 200-yard medley relay team that took third in a time of 1:43.22. 


Basketball
Alyssa Riley
Heidelberg
Guard
North Ridgeville, Ohio/North Ridgeville

Riley led the Berg past Muskingum, 86-72, with career-high 31 points. Riley shot 10-of-17 (.590) from the floor, including 9-of-14 (.650) from three-point range. Her nine three-pointers set a new school record and tied an OAC record. 

Basketball
Jimmy Berger
John Carroll
Junior
Guard
Medina/St. Ignatius

Berger led the Blue Streaks past No. 19 Capital, 88-69, last week. Berger tallied a team-high 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds and had seven assists. He shot 4-of-7 and made a career-best 10 free-throws on 12 attempts. 

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