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Dayton’s Kacsor named Pioneer Football League Player of the Week for third time this season

Connor Kacsor faking defender (photo by Erik Schelkun, courtesy Dayton)

 


Senior Running Back Scores 4 TD’s, With 3 Longer Than 50 Yards

University of Dayton senior running back Connor Kacsor has been named Pioneer Football League Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in Dayton’s 41-7 win over Morehead State at Welcome Stadium on Saturday.  It is the third time this season Kacsor has been honored by the PFL.

Kacsor carried the ball just 10 times, gaining 232 yards and scoring four touchdowns.  The 2011 Leo (Ind.) grad went 52 yards the first time he touched the ball to give Dayton the lead for good.  He added an 11-yard run and a 63-yard run in the second quarter to give him three touchdowns and 167 yards at halftime.
Two plays into the third quarter, Kacsor had 232 yards, four touchdown and a seat on the bench as his day was over.

For the season, Kacsor has 958 yards and 11 touchdowns.  He leads the PFL and is second in FCS football in yards per game (159.7).  He is the only player in FCS football to have three of the top 12 single-game rushing performances this year – 301 vs. Georgetown, 213 at Davidson and 232 against Morehead State.  The 301 is the best in FCS football this year.

A true senior, Kacsor has 11 games of 100+ yard in 24 career games, and eight in his last 13.  Four of those 13 are of 200 yards or more.  He also now has four of the eight Flyer single-game rushing performances of 200 yards or more. (Gary Kosins has two, Dave Jones has one and Jermaine Bailey has one).

Kacsor was also named CollegeSportsMadness.com’s PFL Offensive Player of the Week.

Dayton returns to the road for the third time in four games next week, traveling to San Diego to play the USD Toreros Saturday, Oct. 25 at 9 p.m. ET.  The Flyers are back home on Nov. 1 against Valparaiso.
PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Doug Hauschild; COURTESY DAYTON MEDIA RELATIONS

Polar Bears Men’s Soccer beats Capital on overtime goal by Horton

Final 1 2 OT T
CAPITAL 1 0 0 1
OHIO NORTHERN 1 0 1 2

SCORING SUMMARY

1st – 11:11 - Grant Cayot (Ohio Northern)
1st – 11:31 - Josh McDaniel (Capital)
3rd – 97:39 - Austin Horton (Ohio Northern)

GAME LEADERS

CAPITAL
G: Josh McDaniel – 1
A: Jacob Pulliam – 1
Sh: Calvin Saunders – 5
Sv: Trevor Funk – 3
OHIO NORTHERN
G: 2 Players (#11#14 – 1)
A: 2 Players (#3#6 – 1)
Sh: Keegan Ross – 3
Sv: Dean McNeil – 4

TEAM STATS

CAPITAL
OHIO NORTHERN

Shots (on goal)

16 (5)
14 (5)

Saves

3
4

Fouls

7
10

Corner Kicks

2
4

Offsides

1
1

FULL STATS

Oct 18, 2014

By: Caleb Scott

ADA — A late overtime goal by sophomore Austin Horton lifted the men’s soccer team to a 2-1 victory over Capital, Saturday night Kerscher Stadium.

The Polar Bears improve their record to 9-6-1 on the year and 2-2-1 in Ohio Athletic Conference play while Capital falls to 8-5-1, 3-1-1.

Northern struck first on the night as freshman Grant Cayot took passes from senior Keegan Ross and sophomore Dustin Lorenzo and hit a shot to the far post to make the score 1-0 in the 12th minute.

Seconds later, Capital would answer with a goal of their own, as Josh McDaniel beat the goalie to even the score at one apiece.

Defense would dominate the rest of regulation as neither team could find the back of the net.

In the 98th minute of play, Horton had a fast break and dribbled inside the 18-box and beat the defender to the far post to give the Polar Bears the 2-1 victory.

Capital managed to out shoot ONU on the night, edging them by a 16-14 margin.

Freshman Dean McNeil earned the victory for the Polar Bears as he saved 4 shots on the night, improving his record to 5-5-0 on the year.

Northern will return to the field as they play host to Heidelberg October 22nd at Kerscher Stadium with a 7 pm.

 

MATCH RECAP WRITTEN BY Caleb Scott; COURTESY ONU SPORTS INFORMATION

Ohio Northern Men’s Swimming & Diving finish fourth at Kenyon Relays

Oct 18, 2014

By Tim Glon

GAMBIER — The Ohio Northern men’s swimming and diving team opened its 2014-15 season with a solid performance at the Kenyon Relays on Saturday at the Kenyon Aquatic Center.

The Polar Bears finished the 8-team meet in fourth place with 50 points.

The meet featured eight relay events for each gender and a mixed 200 medley relay which featured two men and two women in a relay.

The 200 free relay team of junior Mitchell Murphy, sophomore Eric Chen, senior Chris W. Hoffman and sophomore Logan Pfeifer led Ohio Northern with a fourth place finish in 1:27.99.

“It was a great opportunity to race some of the nation’s best in DIII teams at the Kenyon Aquatic Center,” ONU head coach Peggy Ewald said.. “The meet allows us to step up and have fun by swimming all relay events. It’s all about the team. The lessons we learned today of where the emphasis needs to be placed as we move into the competitive phase of the season will serve the team well. We were aggressive on relay starts and ended up with too many disqualifications on relay take offs, but again it shows us where we need to sharpen our skills.

“Overall I’m pleased with how we performed. I know the attitude of the team will be to push on with commitment to improve each week. Staying focused on our objectives will lead us down the right path.”

Freshman Gabe Dauch, freshman Trevor Keriazes, sophomore Jeremy Preston and Pfeifer finished fifth in the 200 medley relay in 1:37.82.

Northern finished sixth in the 400 I.M. relay, as Keriazes, Chen, Preston and Dauch touched in 4:21.50.

The 200 fly relay team of Preston, senior Sean O’Neill, sophomore John Raker and Murphy were sixth in 1:37.31.

In the mixed 200 medley relay, Keriazes, Preston, junior Allison Lohnes and sophomore Jill Chapman were fourth in 1:44.26.

The Polar Bears will return to action next Saturday whey they travel to John Carroll to open the Ohio Athletic Conference portion of their schedule.

 

MEET RECAP WRITTEN BY Tim Glon; COURTESY ONU SPORTS INFORMATION

Sophomore Jill Chapman leads ONU Women’s Swimming & Diving at Kenyon Relays

Oct 18, 2014

By Tim Glon

GAMBIER — Sophomore Jill Chapman led the Ohio Northern women’s swimming and diving team as it opened its 2014-15 season at the Kenyon Relays on Saturday at the Kenyon Aquatic Center.

The Polar Bears finished the 8-team meet in sixth place with 40 points.

The meet featured eight relay events for each gender and a mixed 200 medley relay which featured two men and two women in a relay.

Chapman swam on ONU’s best relay team in six of the nine events on the day.

She combined with freshman Sydney Veon, sophomore Molly Wheeler and freshman Jordan Adkins finished third in the 200 breast relay in 2:09.54.

Junior Allison Lohnes, sophomore Kelsey Brebberman, freshman Kasey Mucher and junior Lindsey Inkrott finished fifth in the 200 back relay in 1:55.38.

“It was a great opportunity to race some of the nation’s best in DIII teams at the Kenyon Aquatic Center,” ONU head coach Peggy Ewald said. “The meet allows us to step up and have fun by swimming all relay events. It’s all about the team. The lessons we learned today of where the emphasis needs to be placed as we move into the competitive phase of the season will serve the team well. We were aggressive on relay starts and ended up with too many disqualifications on relay take offs, but again it shows us where we need to sharpen our skills.

“Overall I’m pleased with how we performed. I know the attitude of the team will be to push on with commitment to improve each week. Staying focused on our objectives will lead us down the right path.”

Lohnes, Wheeler, Chapman and Brebberman finished sixth in the 400 I.M. relay in 4:21.50.

Sophomore Emily Uhrin, junior Abigail Barlage, Lohnes and Chapman touched sixth in 1:43.04.

In the mixed 200 medley relay, freshman Trevor Keriazes, sophomore Jeremy Preston, Lohnes and Chapman were fourth in 1:44.26.

The Polar Bears will return to action next Saturday whey they travel to John Carroll to open the Ohio Athletic Conference portion of their schedule.

 

MEET RECAP WRITTEN BY Tim Glon; COURTESY ONU SPORTS INFORMATION

ONU escapes Capital 38-31 behind the arm of QB Patrick Angle

Final 1 2 3 4 T
OHIO NORTHERN 7 14 7 10 38
CAPITAL 3 8 7 13 31

GAME LEADERS

CAPITAL
Pa: Nick Iske – 65
Ru: Brent Walton – 144
Rec: Jake Skelton – 36
OHIO NORTHERN
Pa: Patrick Angle – 398
Ru: Justin Magazine – 67
Rec: Devon Price – 170

TEAM STATS

OHIO NORTHERN
CAPITAL

Passing Yards

398
65

Rushing Yards

134
372

Turnovers

1
0

Time of Poss.

24:57
34:53

FULL STATS

Oct 18, 2014

By Tim Glon

BEXLEY — Senior Patrick Angle threw for a career-high 398 yards and four touchdowns to lead Ohio Northern to a 38-31 football victory at Capital Saturday afternoon at Bernlohr Stadium.

The Polar Bears improve to 3-3 overall and are 2-3 in Ohio Athletic Conference play, while the Crusaders fall to 2-4, 1-4.

Angle accounted for five scores overall, as he completed 24-of-31 passes for 398 yards and ran eight times for 34 yards and another score.

Junior Devon Price and sophomore Reed Allen each had big days receiving. Price caught 11 passes for 170 yards and a TD and Allen caught five passes for 165 yards and two touchdowns.

Junior Justin Magazine led the ONU rushing attack with 67 yards on 16 carries.

“It was important for us to come out and get a win,” ONU head coach Dean Paul said. “Losing three in a row can take an emotional toll, but we found a way to win. We did not play well at times and left quite a few points on the board today. This is something we can build on though and hopefully can get us on a roll the rest of the season.”

Angle scored on a 5-yard run on ONU’s first possession to give the Polar Bears a 7-3 lead.

After a CU score, Angle hit Allen on a 60-yard TD strike and Northern led 14-11 with 6:54 left in the half.

Angle went over the top again on ONU’s next possession, connecting with Price on a 61-yard TD pass to increase the lead to 21-11 with 3:33 left in the second quarter.

On the third play of the second half, Angle hit Allen on a 72-yard TD pass to put ONU up 28-11.

Junior Andrew DiMario nailed a 24-yard field goal with 10:10 left to play to extend Northern’s lead to 31-18 with 10:10 left in the game.

Capital scored with 7:08 left in the game to pull within 31-24, but senior Darnell Bloom blocked the extra point to preserve Northern’s 7-point advantage.

Price returned the ensuing kickoff 54 yards to the CU 43-yard line and Angle found Magazine on an 8-yard TD pass four player later to make it 38-24 with 5:30 left in the game.

Capital marched 65 yards in 12 plays and scored on a 10-yard run with 1:25 left to make it 38-31.

Freshman Terrance Jones recovered the ensuing onside kickoff at the ONU 49-yard line and the Polar Bears would run out the clock and seal the victory.

“We had chances to put Capital away earlier and that is something we need to improve on,” Paul said. “But give Capital credit, they ruin the option well and played hard the entire game.”

Angle had an opportunity to have had a much bigger passing day but three long touchdown passes were dropped by ONu receivers in the third period alone and the Polar Bears missed a short field goal at the end of the first half.

Despite these miscues, ONU rolled up 532 yards of total offense to 437 for Capital. ONU enjoyed a 398-65 advantage through the air, but CU finished with 372 yards rushing to 134 for ONU.

Brent Walton and Nick Iske led the Crusader offense, rushing for 144 and 115 yards, respectively.

Defensively, sophomore Mike Cunningham had nine tackles to lead the Ohio Northern defense.

The Polar Bears will return to action next Saturday at home against Muskingum at 7 pm in the first night game in Dial-Roberson Stadium history and the first night game on campus in ONU history.

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Tim Glon; COURTESY ONU SPORTS INFORMATION

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