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Sinclair Baseball moves up to #15 in the first NJCAA poll of the season

 

March 14, 2017

Dayton, Ohio-The Sinclair baseball (7-2) opens the season moving into the #15 spot in the first NJCAA Division II baseball poll.

 

 

The opening poll was dominated by 7 Mississippi schools as all the northern teams are struggling to get games due to the inclement spring weather.

 

 

Sinclair opened the season winning 7 for their first 8 games and starting to gel as a team with timely hitting.  The only thing that has cooled off the Sinclair bats, Mother Nature.

 

 

After cancelling a number of games since Friday the 10th, Sinclair is pushing to get a couple of games in this weekend.

 

 

All home games are played at Athletes in Action in Xenia, OH.

 

You can also get results and stats at:www.SinclairAthletics.com

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Jeff Price; COURTESY SINCLAIR COLLEGE ATHLETICS

 

Sinclair College athletes named OCCAC Players of the Week in baseball and softball

By Nicholas Huenefeld/OCCAC Sports Information

Baseball Softball POTW March 14 2017

Dayton, Ohio— Sinclair Community College’s baseball Azim Qadri along with softball Kierah Parker have been named OCCAC players of the week recipients.

OCCAC Baseball Player of the Week
Azim Qadri, Sinclair C.C.

Qadri, redshirt freshman outfielder for Sinclair, went 5-for-5 with three runs, two doubles, one triple, one home run and 10 RBI in a win over Tiffin University’s JV team before finishing the week 5-for-12 with three runs, two doubles, one triple, one home run and 10 RBI.

Qadri helped lead Sinclair to a 3-1 week with a win over Tiffin’s JV team and a 2-1 record against Kellogg Community College.

Qadri is now hitting .346 with two home runs, 12 RBI and six runs through eight games this year. His team is 7-2 overall entering this weekend’s series against Macomb Community College.

OCCAC Softball Player of the Week
Kierah Parker, Sinclair C.C.

Parker, a freshman outfielder from Kettering, Ohio, went 11-for-28 (.393) last week with 10 runs, two doubles, two triples, an RBI and a stolen base against some tough competition. She scored her team’s lone run against No. 1 ranked Jones County and went 5-for-6 with five runs, two doubles, one triple, one RBI and one stolen base in a 15-14 win over John Wood.

Parker led her team to a 3-5 record last week in games against No. 1 Jones County, No. 2 LSU-Eunice, No. 13 Parkland, Sauk Valley, Labette, John Wood and St. Cloud Technical.

Parker is now hitting .348 over 16 games this year with 12 runs, six RBI and three stolen bases.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Nicholas Huenefeld; COURTESY OCCAC & SINCLAIR COLLEGE ATHLETICS

 

Hobey Baker Memorial Award announces 2017 Top 10 Finalists

March 15, 2017
Saint Paul, Minn.

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The Hobey Baker Memorial Award is very pleased to announce the top ten candidates for the 2017 award honoring college hockey’s top player. Alphabetically, they are: Zach Aston-Reese, Northeastern, Michael Bitzer, Bemidji State, Anders Bjork, Notre Dame, Will Butcher, Denver, Spencer Foo, Union, Tyler Kelleher, New Hampshire, Alexander Kerfoot, Harvard, Tyler Sheehy, Minnesota, Mike Vecchione, Union and Charles Williams, Canisius.

The ten finalists were selected by voting from all 60 Division I college hockey head coaches and by online fan balloting. Next, the 27-member Selection Committee and an additional round of fan balloting through the Hobey website at www.hobeybaker.com from March 16-26 will determine this year’s Hobey Baker winner. Criteria for the award include: displaying outstanding skills in all phases of the game, strength of character on and off the ice, sportsmanship and scholastic achievements.

The Hobey Hat Trick (three finalists) will be announced on March 30, 2017 and the Hobey Baker Award winner will be announced Friday, April 7, 2017 from Chicago, IL during the NCAA Frozen Four. The award announcement will take place at the Aon Grand Ballroom at Navy Pier. The announcement will be televised live on the NHL Network and can be followed on the Hobey Baker website at 6:00 p.m. ET. Following, in alphabetical order, is a look at each finalist.

Zach Aston-Reese – Northeastern University – Senior, Forward, Staten Island, New York
A breakout campaign has vaulted Aston-Reese to the top of the nation’s scoring charts. His 63 points is tied for first, while his 31 goals are unmatched. A consistent scorer all season, assistant captain Aston-Reese has been outstanding on special teams leading the nation with 4 short-handed goals and has added 13 power play goals.

  • Has 31 goals, 32 assists for 63 points in 38 games – has 19 multiple point games
  • Has recorded three hat tricks, the most in the nation – Graphic Design major
  • Works with elementary schools in Boston area by reading to classes

Michael Bitzer – Bemidji State University – Junior, Goalie, Moorhead, Minnesota
The workhorse goalie for the Beavers has played more minutes than any other tender in the country. Along the way he established a WCHA record with a 1.40 goals against average during conference games. Besides being the league goalie champion, Bitzer was named WCHA Player of the Year and First Team all-conference. His 1.71 overall goals against average leads the nation as do his six shutouts.

  • His final record is 22-14-3 – already owns several career goalie records at Bemidji
  • Has a goals against average of 1.71 and save percentage of .932 is fourth in the nation
  • Exercise Science major – volunteers as a gardener at a food shelf; assists youth hockey

Anders Bjork – University of Notre Dame – Junior, Forward, Mequon, Wisconsin
Notre Dame’s assistant captain has paced the Fighting Irish scoring charts all season with 47 points in 35 games. A solid two-way player, Bjork scores goals at key times and has five game winners so far this season. Bjork is one of five finalists for the Hockey Humanitarian Award for his endless hours of volunteer time at a local elementary school where he is known as “Mr. B.”

  • Has 19 goals, 28 assists for 47 points in 35 games – Boston Bruins draft (5th round)
  • Has 15 multiple point games so far – his plus/minus is +18
  • Marketing major – volunteers with Perley Fine Arts Academy in South Bend, IN

Will Butcher – University of Denver – Senior, Defense, Sun Prairie, Wisconsin
The lone defenseman in the top ten, Butcher has proved to be a 200 foot player. He is ranked tied for second in the nation in points by a defenseman (35) and tied for seventh in the nation in plus/minus at +23. Butcher has been named First Team NCHC for the second straight year and is a finalist for the NCHC Player of the Year award and Offensive Defenseman of the Year honors.

  • Has 6 goals, 29 assists for 35 points in 38 games – Colorado draft (5th round)
  • As captain of the Pioneers, Denver were regular season champs; ranked #1 nationally
  • Business major – Hockey Saves volunteer assisting military personal playing hockey

Spencer Foo – Union College – Junior, Forward, Edmonton, Alberta
Foo has proved to be one of the most consistent players in the nation, picking up points in all but four of his 36 games to date. He established a school record with a 21-game point streak earlier in the season and will carry a seven game streak into the ECAC championship tournament. Also highly impressive is his plus/minus of +31, the best in the nation.

  • Has 24 goals (5th in nation), 35 assists (3rd nation) for 59 points (4th nation) in 36 games
  • Was tied for 1st in ECAC scoring and led in assists – 19 multiple point games
  • Economics major – assisted in serving Thanksgiving meals at local YMCA

Tyler Kelleher – University of New Hampshire – Senior, Forward, Longmeadow, Massachusetts
Despite the Wildcats season being over, their sparkplug Tyler Kelleher moved into a tie for the national scoring lead with 63 points in 40 games. An exceptional playmaker, he produced 35 assists to lead the nation. He earned the Hockey East scoring title averaging almost 1.7 points per game and had a total of 18 multiple point games to his credit.

  • Has 24 goals, 39 assists for 63 points in 40 games – 13 power play goals is third in nation
  • Has 75 assists in 77 games over the past two seasons
  • Communications major – assists a child with a brain tumor in playing hockey

Alexander Kerfoot – Harvard University – Senior, Forward, West Vancouver, British Columbia
Harvard has posted a Hobey finalist for the third straight year in co-captain Alex Kerfoot. He has helped guide the Crimson to a tie for first in the ECAC standings and a number three national ranking, due to a current 14-game unbeaten streak. A gifted playmaker, Kerfoot has produced points in nine of his last ten games, including goals in eight of them.

  • Has 16 goals, 24 assists for 40 points in 31 games – has 8 power play goals
  • Is a top ten finalist for the Senior Class Award – New Jersey draft (5th round)
  • Economics major – volunteers in cleaning a local high school and in fund raising events

Tyler Sheehy – University of Minnesota – Sophomore, Forward, Burnsville, Minnesota
The lone sophomore in this year’s class is having a terrific season. He currently ranks seventh in the nation in scoring heading into the Big Ten tournament. Sheehy took home multiple conference awards including: Player of the Year, First Team Big Ten and conference co-scoring champion. Sheehy’s efforts on the Gophers top line helped Minnesota to their national record sixth straight regular season championship.

  • Has 20 goals, 32 assists for 52 points in 36 games – has 19 multiple point games
  • His +23 plus/minus is seventh best in the nation – Business/Marketing major
  • Volunteers with Hope Day providing activities for children with severe medical conditions

Mike Vecchione – Union College – Senior, Forward, Saugus, Massachusetts
The team captain has had a huge season and is now the program’s all-time career scoring leader while becoming the active career scoring leader in the nation (175 points). Vecchione (VECK-ee-oh-nee) is a finalist for ECAC Player of the Year and Best Defensive Forward. Entering the ECAC playoff tourney, he is third in the nation in points, second in goals and leads the nation with 21 multiple point games, leads the nation with seven game winning goals and tied for first with four short-handed tallies.

  • Has 29 goals, 33 assists for 62 points in 36 games – won 61% of faceoffs, 4th in nation
  • Points per game average of 1.72 is first in the nation – History major
  • Active in many events; spearheaded effort to serve Thanksgiving meals at local YMCA

Charles Williams – Canisius College – Senior, Goalie, Canton, Michigan
As the Golden Griffins soared to the Atlantic Hockey regular season title, they did it on the back of Williams who led the circuit in goals against average and save percentage. He was named to the AHC First Team and presently leads the nation in save percentage at .946. He’s second in goals against average and is tied for first with six shutouts.

  • His record is 21-6-5 – goals against average is 1.75 – save percentage is .946
  • Played 20 games in four years at Ferris State – is a graduate transfer and is working on his master’s degree in Sports Administration – is vice president of his fraternity

Hobey Notes

  • Nominees by conference: ECAC – 3, Hockey East – 3, AHA – 1, Big 10 – 1, NCHC – 1, WCHA – 1
  • By class: Senior 6, Junior 3, Sophomore 1
  • By position: Forward 7, Defense 1, Goalie 2
  • By nationality: U.S. – 8 (2 each: Massachusetts, Minnesota, Wisconsin; 1 each: Michigan, New York), Canada – 2 (Alberta, British Columbia)
  • Harvard has a finalist for the third straight year and New Hampshire for the second straight year
  • Hobey Baker Award Banquet will be held May 25, 2017 in St. Paul, Minnesota
  • Visit www.hobeybaker.com or on Facebook at: www.facebook.com/TheHobey
  • The Hobey Baker website also has the top ten video and in-depth bios

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Wally Shaver; COURTESY HOBEY BAKER AWARD

 

Columbus, Ohio currently hosting American Collegiate Hockey Championships at Nationwide Arena, Chiller locations at Easton, Dublin & North

 

 

Top Intercollegiate Division I Men’s ACHA Hockey Teams Face Off ;

Discounted Tournament All-Access Passes for Adults; Free Admission for Kids 18 and Under

 

WHAT: The American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA), a member of USA Hockey with 500 college and university-affiliated programs, will host all five of their divisions championships, Men’s Divisions 1, 2 and 3 and Women’s Divisions 1 and 2, together for the first time in history.

WHO: The national championships in Columbus will feature more than 70 teams and over 1,600 players competing in 100+ games. The event is expected to generate an estimated 3,000 hotel room nights for the city.


WHEN/
Thursday, March 9 – Saturday, March 19

WHERE: OhioHealth Chiller Ice Rinks (Dublin, Easton, North locations)
and OhioHealth Ice Haus at Nationwide Arena

The remaining action for the three men’s and two women’s divisions will available atachanationals.com. Media can pick up credentials in the lobby of the Ice Haus or by contacting Tobin Ernst at tobin@anglespr.com.

 

DIVISION OPENS CHAMPIONSHIP VENUE

Men’s D1                Thursday, March 9                Tuesday, March 14                OhioHealth Ice Haus at Nationwide Arena
Women’s D1         Wednesday, March 15         Sunday, March 19                  OhioHealth Chiller Easton*
Women’s D2         Wednesday, March 15         Sunday, March 19                  OhioHealth Chiller Easton
Men’s D2                Wednesday, March 15         Sunday, March 19                  OhioHealth Chiller Dublin**
Men’s D3                Tuesday, March 14                Saturday, March 18               OhioHealth Chiller North**


*The WD1 Championship Game will be played at the OhioHealth Ice Haus

**The MD2 & MD3 Semifinal and Championship Games will be played at the OhioHealth Ice Haus

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Bruce Wimbish | Greater Columbus Sports Commission, Matt Loughran | American Collegiate Hockey Association, Tobin Ernst | ANGLES Public Relations; COURTESY AMERICAN COLLEGIATE HOCKEY ASSOCIATION, ANGLES PUBLIC RELATIONS & GREATER COLUMBUS SPORTS COMMISSION


 

Northwestern Wildcats Lacrosse score season-high 18 goals in win over Marquette

 


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EVANSTON, Ill. — Senior co-captain Christina Esposito scored a career-high six goals and junior Shelby Fredericks dished out a career-high four assists to provide the  14th-ranked Northwestern lacrosse team the offensive spark it needed in a 18-10 win over Marquette at Lanny and Sharon Martin Stadium Saturday afternoon. 

The Wildcats had 10 different players score goals in the victory, including multi-goal games by Esposito, senior Danita Stroup and senior Catie Ingrilli. Freshman Meghan Duffy and sophomore Liza Elder each scored their first career goal. Esposito also dished out an assist in the contest to set a new career-high with seven points.

Sophomore goalkeeper Mallory Weisse finished with 11 saves to earn her third victory of the season. Weisse has recorded double-digit saves in three-straight contests and five total this season.

After scoring just eight goals in a pair of losses on the road last weekend, the offense came out firing on all cylinders.  Stroup got the ‘Cats on the board just 62 seconds into the contest and Fredericks found sophomore Leighton Yenor at the 27:53 mark of the first half to extend the lead to 2-0. Ingrilli scored in her seventh consecutive game just a minute and a half later to cap a 3-0 run to start the game.

The Golden Eagles’ (2-5) Julianna Shearer scored back-to-back goals to cut the lead to one, 3-2, but Esposito started her big day with an unassisted goal with 23:13 on the clock and Ingrilli matched her career high with her second goal of the day with 18:07 left in the first half to extend the lead back to three, 5-2.

Despite the strong start by the offense, the ‘Cats went cold for a stretch in the first half to let Marquette back in the game. After Ingrilli’s second goal, the visitors scored three of the next four goals over the span of 18 minutes to cut the ‘Cats’ lead to one, 6-5. Northwestern responded however, as Esposito capped a first-half hat trick with 59 seconds left in the half and Stroup scored her second of the game just 11 seconds before the break to give NU a 8-5 lead at halftime.

The strong finish to the first half sparked a run of five-straight by Chicago’s Big Ten Team to put them in control. Junior co-captain Sheila Nesselbush scored 1:13 into the second half and freshman Lindsey McKone found the back of the net after a great feed across the middle by Fredericks just 48 seconds later. Espositio capped the 5-0 run with her fourth goal of the game despite the ‘Cats being a woman down to extend the lead to 11-5.

Stroup matched her career high and recorded her second career hat trick with her third goal at the 18:16 mark. Marquette cut the ‘Cats’ seven-goal lead to five, 14-9, but Elder buried a free-position and Esposito surpassed her previous career high of four goals with 10:10 on the clock to push the lead back to seven, 14-7.

Duffy scored her first career goal on a feed from Esposito with 6:33 to play and fellow freshman Megan Kinna scored her fourth goal of the season 1:14 later. Esposito capped a 3-0 run and gave the ‘Cats their largest lead of the day with four minutes remaining, 17-9.

Sophomore Corinne Wessels capped the scoring for the Wildcats with her second goal of the season on Elder’s first career assist.

The Wildcats had a season-high 31 grounds balls in the contest, with eight individuals picking up at least two. Fredericks led the way with a career-high five to go with her four assists and seven draw controls. The squad also matched its season high with 13 caused turnovers with Kinna and sophomore Nell Copeland leading the way with a pair apiece. Copeland has recorded at least two caused turnovers in three-straight games.

Northwestern will get back on the road for the start of a quick two-game road trip next Sunday at No. 2 North Carolina. The game will be streamed on the Watch ESPN app and is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. CT.

- NU -

 

GAME RECAP WRITTEN BY Kyle Kelley; COURTESY NORTHWESTERN ATHLETICS

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