Athletes of the Week-September 24

Football
Jake Hudson
Baldwin Wallace
Quarterback
Senior
East Lake, Fla.

Hudson was responsible for four touchdowns in the Yellow Jackets 34-10 road win over Heidelberg. Hudson completed 18-of-27 passes for 256 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another 60 yards on 14 carries with 

Football
Mark Niles
Ohio Northern
Linebacker
Junior
Miramar, Fla.

Niles had 14 tackles .5 TFL, forced a fumble and had a PBU to lead the Polar Bear defense in a 13-7 win at Otterbein.

Football
Chase Watson
Ohio Northern
Kicker
Senior
Lima, Ohio/Elida

Watson made field goals of 30 and 36 yards and his only PAT attempt in ONU’s 13-7 win at Otterbein

 


Cross Country
Isaac Wilson
Baldwin Wallace
Junior
Tylersburg, Pa./North Clarion

Wilson paced the Yellow Jackets at the highly competitive Purple Valley Classic. Wilson placed 40th in a field of 209 runners with a time of 27:03.2. BW place 10th among 16 teams.

Cross Country
Macy McAdams
Muskingum
Sophomore
Medina, Ohio/Highland

McAdams posted a second place finish at the Waynesburg Invitational with a career-best time of 21:27.2. The Muskies finished 5th in the 11 team field.



Soccer
Meagan Grierson
Ohio Northern
Junior
Goalkeeper
Miamisburg, Ohio/Miamisburg

Grierson recorded a pair of shutouts against Oberlin and Thomas More to help ONU to a 2-0 record on the week. She made two saves on four shot attempts.

Soccer
Britney Golden
Muskingum
Freshman
Defense
Johnstown, Ohio/Bishop Hartley

As a defender, Golden scored two goals on just four shots and added two assists to help the Muskies to two shutout wins last week.  

Soccer
Liam McIntosh
John Carroll
Senior
Goalkeeper
Mentor, Ohio/Lake Catholic

McIntosh recorded nine saves on the week  to help the Blue Streaks to a 3-1 win at Hiram and a tie (0-0) versus No. 10 Carnegie Mellon.

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

King led the Polar Bears last week with three goals and three assists. He scored a goal in each of ONU’s three wins against Thomas More, Anderson, Rose-Hulman.  King was also named athlete of the week on Sept. 17.



Volleyball
Kyleigh Jackson
Mount Union
Middle Blocker
Senior
Galloway, Ohio/Westland

Jackson helped the Purple Raiders to a 4-1 record last week at the Double Tree Invitational hosted by Carnegie Mellon (Pa.). Jackson averaged 2.44 kills and 1.11 blocks-per-set and posted a .407 hitting percentage.


Golf 
Lydia Cranmer
Ohio Nortern
Sophomore
Farmington Hills, Mich./Ladywood

Cranmer finished the final round with a career-low 74 to win medalist honors and lead the Polar Bears to the team title at the 8-team Bluffton Fall Classic

Golf
Logan Holbrook
Capital
Senior
Logan, Ohio/Logan

Holbrook won medalist honors and broke two school records at the Beaver Fall Classic held at Bluffton Golf Club. Holbrook shot a tourment-low 67 (-5 par) to break the school record for single-round low score. He finshed with a 142 (-2 par) to break the school record for the 36-hole score and help the Crusaders to a second place in the 9-team field. 


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