Athletes of the Week-September 17, 2018

Cross Country
Cameron Bujaucius
John Carroll
Freshman
Hudson, Ohio/Hudson

Bujacius led the Blue Streaks at the National Catholic Invitational hosted by the University of Notre Dame with a time of 18:53.39 to place sixth in the Non-Division I standings and 37th overall. JCU finished third  among the 15 teams in the Non-Division I standings.

 

 

 

Cross Country 
Jamey Ehret
Otterbein
Junior
Hilliard,Ohio/Darby

Ehret took home his first career victory at the Otterbein Invitational. Ehret posted a time of 26:25.00 to place first in a field of 87 runners and lead the Cardinals to the team title. 

 

 

 

Volleyball
Chelsea Huppert
Ohio Northern
Junior
Middle Hitter
Breman, Ind./Breman

Huppert finished the week hitting .434 with 49 kills and just six errors to lead the Polar Bears to a 3-1 record. At the Wittenberg Fall Classic ONU defeated No. 17 Hope and Mary Washington and fell to No. 4 Wittenberg, 3-1. Huppert was named to the All-Tournament Team  

 

 

Football
Trace Reynolds
Heidelberg
Senior
Quaterback
Middletown, Ohio/Edgewood

Reynolds led the Student Princes to a 44-40 win over Capital on Saturday. Reynolds accounted for four touchdowns to set a career game-high -- three passing and one rushing. He completed 21 of 31 passes for a total of 314 yards and rushed 111 yards on 17 attempts to finish the game with 425 yards of total offense. 

 

 

Football
David Haseleu
Ohio Northern
Junior
Pittsburgh, Pa./Montour

Haseleu tallied six tackles, a sack, a tackle for a loss and interception he returned for a 37-yards for a pick six in the fourth quarter of the Polar Bears 49-16 win over Wilmington. 

 

 

 

Football
Tanner Clark
Junior 
Kick Return 
Caldwell, Ohio/Caldwell

Clark returned the opening kickoff 90-yards for touchdown in the Pioneers 46-20 win over Muskingum. He also had returns of 36 and 51 yards and carried the ball 16 times for 80 yards and one touchdown. Clark finished the game with 273 all-purpose yards and two touchdowns. Clark also earned Offensive Player of the Week honors on September 10. 

 

 

Soccer
Michelle Kissane
Mount Union 
Freshman
Goalkeeper
Amherst, Ohio/Amherst

Kissane recorded 19 saves in 180.00 minutes of work to post two shutouts and led the Purple Raiders past Penn St.-Behrend, 2-0 and Hiram, 2-0. 

 



Soccer
Bailey Fischer
John Carroll
Senior
Foward
Canfield, Ohio/Canfield

Fisher tallied an impressive five goals on the week to lead the Blue Streaks to a 2-0 record. She scored all three goals in a 3-1 victory over Allegheny on Wednesday and then scored the final two goals in a 3-1 win at Buffalo State on Saturday. 

 

 

Soccer
Levi King
Ohio Northern
Freshman
Forward
Indianapolis, Ind./North Central 

King tallied nine shots, three assists and one goal on the week to help the Polar Bears to a 3-0 victory over No. 19-ranked Ohio Wesleyan and a 4-2 win over Oberlin. 

 

 

Soccer
Logan Wiedman 
Capital 
Senior
Goalkeeper
Cincinnati, Ohio/Walnut Hills

Wiedman tallied 16 saves and allowed just one goal in 180:17 of play to help the Crusaders to 3-0 win at Denison. Wiedman made seven saves and held Case Western Reserve goalless for 90 minutes before the Spartans scored in overtime. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Golf
Anna Schatschneider
Baldwin Wallace
Junior
Avon, Ohio/Avon

Sarah Beckwtih
John Carroll 
Junior
Lake View, NY/Nardin Academy

Schatschneider and Beckwith were co-medalists at the John Carroll Fall Invitational at the Country Club of Hudson. The pair shot a 164 (+18) over the two day event. 

 

Golf
Matt Eddins 
Mount Union
Junior
Louisville, Ohio/Louisville

Eddins took home medalist honors at the John DiCillo Tournament at Shaker Heights Country Club. Eddins shot a 73 (+3 par) to lead the Purple Raiders to second place in the nine team field. 

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