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Ohio Northern men’s lacrosse coach Nat St. Laurent gunning for the Premier Lacrosse League title Saturday afternoon on NBC


Nat St. Laurent

September 20, 2019


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ADA — Ohio Northern head men’s lacrosse coach Nat St. Laurent will guide his Redwoods team against the Whipsnakes in the inaugural Premier Lacrosse League Championship Game on Saturday at 2:30 pm.

The game will be played at Talon Energy Stadium in Philadelphia and will be shown live on NBC.

St. Laurent has served as head coach of Redwoods LC in the first season of the PLL, guiding the team to a 5-5 regular season record and two playoff victories.

Fans can watch the game live on NBC or via live stream through any of the NBC Sports platforms.

Ohio Northern will open its fifth season under St. Laurent on Feb. 14 at home against Southern Virginia at Dial-Roberson Stadium.

St. Laurent is the second Polar Bear to appear on NBC in recent history, as ONU alum and 9-time NCAA National Champion Emily Richards competed in the finals of the 800-meter run at the US Track and Field Championships in June 2017.





#13/8 Rutgers women’s socccer hosts two games this week: Minnesota and Wisconsin


Women’s Soccer Opens Big Ten Play with Two Home Matches

Scarlet Knights host Minnesota on Friday and Wisconsin on Sunday

PISCATAWAY, N.J. – No. 13/8 Rutgers women’s soccer kicks off Big Ten play this weekend with two matches at Yurcak Field, hosting with Minnesota for the opener on Friday, Sept. 20 at 7 p.m. The Scarlet Knights then make their season debut on the Big Ten Network for a Noon matchup with Wisconsin.

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Admission is free for all of RU’s home matches. Fans attending are asked to register for free parking by clicking here.

Friday night’s match marks Champions Night, as RU welcomes all youth club champions to be recognized on field. Sunday’s contest will serve as NJ Special Olympics Day at Yurcak Field.


  • Rutgers (6-0-1, 0-0-0 Big Ten) concluded nonconference play undefeated, including a 5-0 mark at home and 1-0-1 record on the road during the opening half of the season.
  • Junior forward Amirah Ali, a 2019 MAC Hermann Trophy candidate, lifted RU to a 1-0, double-overtime victory on the road at Delaware with a PK in the 102nd minute. It marked her fifth goal, third PK, and second OT game winner this season.
  • Sophomore goalkeeper Meagan McClelland racked up her fifth shutout of the season and second on the road, stopping the single Blue Hen shot on goal. McClelland owns a 0.28 GAA and has denied 17 of 19 opponent shots on goal across the seven contests.
  • McClelland and the defense rank fourth in the nation in GAA and first in the Big Ten. Ali ranks third in the Big Ten in goals (5) and points (12).
  • RU climbed six spots up to No. 13 in the latest United Soccer Coaches Poll, while also ranking No. 8 by and No. 10 by Soccer America.


  • Minnesota (1-5-2, 0-0-0 Big Ten) split two home matches last week, earning a 1-0 win over then-No. 14 North Carolina State at home before suffering a 1-0 loss to South Dakota State
  • Makenzie Langdok leads the team with two goals on the season followed by four Golden Gophers with a goal each.
  • In net, Maddie Nielson holds a 1.57 GAA along with 28 saves across seven contests.
  • The series between Rutgers and Minnesota is tied 4-4. The teams most recently met in the 2018 Big Ten Tournament Quarterfinals. The Gophers edged out a 1-0 win, going on to become the eventual champions.


  • Wisconsin (4-2-1, 0-0-0 Big Ten) is coming off a 1-0, road loss at then-No. 5 UCLA.
  • Dani Rhodes paces the Badgers with six points, including two goals and two assists.
  • Goalkeeper Jordyn Bloomer maintains a 0.54 GAA with 18 saves and three shutouts.
  • The Badgers, who are receiving votes in the latest poll, will face the Maryland Terrapins on Friday before their trip to New Jersey.
  • Wisconsin holds a 1-3-2 edge in the series with Rutgers. Last season, the squads played to a scoreless overtime draw in Madison.

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Big Ten Network announces airing of Volleyball match: #1 Nebraska vs. #2 Stanford, tonight at 7 pm

Tonight at 7:00 p.m. CT/8:00 p.m. ET on BTN, undefeated and top-ranked Nebraska volleyball will host No. 2 Stanford in a rematch of last season’s national championship. The two programs are responsible for winning the past four national titles, with Nebraska taking home the honors in 2015 and 2017 and Stanford doing so in 2016 and 2018. The match can be streamed exclusively via the Fox Sports App.


This season, BTN is enhancing its volleyball coverage with additional games, a new studio show, expanded on-campus content and a uniquely themed Wednesday night broadcast developed in partnership with Big Ten schools. The new theme will be unveiled ahead of tomorrow night’s match, with one program’s suggestion being selected for the entire season. Several B1G programs have already weighed in via Twitter. As part of its coverage, BTN will also debut the B1G Volleyball Report following the match. The B1G Volleyball Report will air throughout October following doubleheader matches on Wednesday nights with highlights and analysis from across the Big Ten Conference.


On campus, BTN mic’d up assistant coach Jaylen Reyes during practice as the Huskers prepared to take on the Cardinal. That segment can be found in the @NebraskaOnBTN Twitter account, which will feature additional content from the match.




15th-ranked Otterbein Women’s Soccer gets upset on road at Kenyon, 5-4

Bella Shivley scored 2 goals

Emily Ganz scored 2 goals

GAMBIER, Ohio- In its second straight road contest, the 15th-ranked Otterbein women’s soccer team was dealt a 5-4 loss despite outmatching Kenyon in multiple statistical categories. With the result the Cardinals will drop to 4-1 on the season, while Lords improves to 2-3.

The Cards were forced to climb out of an early hole when Kenyon’s Fallon Raviol shot past goalie Erin Gordon just 33 seconds into the match. Raviol would extend the lead by adding another goal in the 22nd minute. Just three minutes later the Lords struck again with a goal from Olivia Dion to take a 3-0 lead into the half.

Kenyon took just 26 seconds off the second half clock before Olivia Carriero beat Gordon once again, and the Lords took a commanding 4-0 lead. The Cards finally got on the board in the 49th minute when Bella Shivley beat Kenyon goalie Erika Freiberg, capitalizing on a penalty shot. Emily Ganz helped to cut the Lords lead in half when she scored in the 55th minute once again successfully converting a penalty shot.

Kenyon answered in the 68th minute to take a 5-2 advantage. The Cards continued to battle back, as Ganz scored her second goal of the match in the 70th minute, followed by Shivley’s second in the 85th.  The Cards were unable to find the equalizing goal in the final minutes as their comeback effort fell short.

Gordon played the full 90 in net for the Cards making two saves, while Kenyon’s Freiberg went the distance with four saves. The Cardinals out shot Kenyon 23-9, with both teams putting eight shots on target. Ganz and Shivley led the way for the Cardinals offense scoring a pair of goals each.



Otterbein Women’s Volleyball remains tough; Sweeps OWU Invitational now 12-1

Emily Shuk

Tate Eppard

Dasha Bruyako











DELAWARE, Ohio – The Otterbein volleyball team stayed hot over another strong weekend, winning all four matches spanning Friday and Saturday at Ohio Wesleyan’s Bishop Invitational.

The Cards won a rematch with Defiance in four sets, swept Ohio Wesleyan and a non-conference showdown with Wilmington in the middle, and then culminated with another four-set victory over Kalamazoo.

As a result, Otterbein now stands at 12-1 overall on the season with its only loss coming at the hands of No. 8-ranked Chicago. The Cards will look to continue the momentum next week, returning to the Rike Center and hosting matches with Kenyon and No. 14 Wittenberg.

Otterbein used group efforts throughout four balanced matches, as freshman setter Carlie Craycraft handed out 45 assists to a variety of hitters in the Defiance contest. Juniors Emily Shuk and Dasha Bruyako combined for 24 kills while classmate Tate Eppard just missed double figures with nine.

The Cards made quick work of host OWU in Friday’s nightcap by scores of 25-21, 25-16, 25-20 behind 14 kills from Eppard and another 10 from Shuk. Craycraft finished with 38 helpers.

Saturday’s action picked up in the late morning with a 25-13, 25-20, 25-15 triumph over Wilmington, which was not played as a league match. A pair of youngsters led the way as sophomore Emma Linehan and freshman Tasia Lauth both tallied 10 kills up front. Kate Fisher and Bridget Oder teamed for 25 digs in the back.

Otterbein culminated with the Kalamazoo victory in four very close sets, ultimately settling by counts of 25-21, 25-22, 22-25, 25-22. Craycraft delivered a season-high 54 dimes while Shuk notched a new career-high with an impressive 19 kills. She went 19-4-45 for a .333 hitting percentage, was ultimately named the weekend’s Most Valuable Player, and was joined on the All-Tournament Team by Eppard.

Lauth registered 16 of her own and a .323 mark while Eppard blasted another 11. Craycraft had a double-double by also posting 11 digs defensively, where Ashlyn Leon led the way with 13. Craycraft had a combined 158 across the four matches, continuing the nice start to her college career.



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