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Ohio Northern senior Maggie Krause named Women’s Track & Field Academic All-American

June 23, 2020

By Tim Glon

CoSIDA Academic All-America release (.pdf) |

ADA — Ohio Northern senior Maggie Krause (Chagrin Falls/Kenston) was named Academic All-America in Women’s Track & Field for 2020 by the College Sports Information Directors of America.

Krause is a two-time All-American in the pole vault, finishing seventh at the 2019 NCAA Indoor Championships and eighth at the 2018 NCAA Outdoor Championships.

Maggie Krause

She was also named an All-American in 2020 and is a five-time All-Region honoree by the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association for her performances this winter.

Krause is a three-time Academic All-Ohio Athletic Conference award winner and was named Academic All-District VII earlier this spring.

She is also a two-time OAC champion.

The Polar Bears finished the 2020 indoor season with a 48-21 record and were fifth at the 2020 OAC Indoor Championships under 11th-year head coach Jason Maus.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Tim Glon; COURTESY OHIO NORTHERN SPORTS INFORMATION

 

2020 Western & Southern Open moves from Cincinnati to New York

CINCINNATI (JUNE 17, 2020) – Due to circumstances brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Western & Southern Open will be held in New York City at the USTA’s Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in 2020 and will now take place Aug. 20-28.
The ATP Masters 1000 and WTA Premier 5 event will be the first combined tournament hosting players from both circuits at a single venue since the tours suspended play in early March. The Western & Southern Open had originally been scheduled to take place Aug. 15-23 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center in Mason, Ohio.
Each Western & Southern Open draw will include 56 players in main draw singles, 32 teams in doubles and a qualifying field of 48 players. The entry guidelines and the deadline for player entries will be determined in conjunction with the WTA and ATP Tour in the coming weeks and will be announced at a later date. Spectators will not be permitted at the tournament.
“The international nature of tennis is one of its greatest assets. However, this international aspect also creates challenges in restarting the tour seasons,” said Western & Southern Open COO Katie Haas. “Last year, we hosted players representing 47 nations at the Western & Southern Open. With continued restrictions on international travel and quarantine guidelines, hosting multiple tournaments in a controlled environment with shared testing and medical resources at the National Tennis Center provides us the best chance to safely resume play for a combined event that is the size, scope and stature of the Western & Southern Open.
“While we will miss welcoming our fans and the players to Cincinnati, we are privileged to be the first tournament to bring both tours together for a combined event.”
The Western & Southern Open will utilize Grandstand Court at the National Tennis Center as its primary show court, with match play occurring on other outside courts. The US Open will follow the W&S Open at the facility and begin on Aug. 31.
“We will work with our partners at the USTA as well as both tours to stage the tournament in New York this year,” Haas said. “We will then quickly turn our attention to making preparations to welcome all our fans and the players back to Cincinnati for the Western & Southern Open in 2021.”
Patrons holding tickets for the 2020 tournament that were purchased directly from Western & Southern Open or Ticketmaster are eligible for a full refund. In addition, the holders of certain categories of tickets will be given an option to retain their seats for 2021. Full details on our 2020 ticket policy can be found at wsopen.com/2020. ;
This will mark the fifth time since the tournament began in 1899 that it has not been held in the Cincinnati area. Indianapolis hosted the event in 1914, 1917 and 1919, and in 1920 the tournament was held in Fort Wayne, Ind.
The 2021 Western & Southern Open is scheduled to take place Aug. 14-22, 2021 at the Lindner Family Tennis Center.
About the Western & Southern Open
The Western & Southern Open takes place at the Lindner Family Tennis Center, 20 miles north of Cincinnati in Mason, Ohio. The tournament is one of the prestigious ATP Masters 1000 events on the men’s tour and a Premier 5 event for the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA). The W&S Open is the largest annual summer sporting event in the US Midwest, hosting fans from all 50 states and more than 35 countries with more than 50 million global viewers in more than 160 countries. The tournament is also one of the last stops on the US Open Series before the US Open in New York. Since 1974, the tournament has contributed more than $11 million to various beneficiaries including Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, the Barrett Cancer Center and Tennis for City Youth. For more information, visit www.wsopen.com.
About the US Open Series
Entering its 17th season in 2020, the world’s best players on the WTA and ATP Tour are coming together for the US Open Series. Linking eight summer WTA and ATP Tour tournaments to the US Open, the US Open Series serves as a true “regular season” of summer tennis in North America. Featuring a cohesive schedule, the Series centralizes the way tennis is viewed in North America, across multiple television and digital platforms. Fans will see today’s top champions go head-to-head with tomorrow’s emerging stars, as storylines develop throughout the summer season. Each tournament also engages its local community with a variety of outreach initiatives, including grass-roots youth tennis clinics and activities.
About the WTA
Founded by Billie Jean King in 1973 on the principle of equal opportunity for women in sports, the WTA is the global leader in women’s professional sport with more than 1,650 players representing 84 nations competing for a record $180 million in prize money. In 2019, the WTA was watched by a record-breaking global audience of 700 million. The 2020 WTA season includes 55 events and four Grand Slams in 29 countries and regions. The season culminates with the Shiseido WTA Finals Shenzhen, offering a $14 million total prize purse and honoring the season’s top singles and doubles players. Further information on the WTA can be found at www.wtatennis.com.
About the ATP
The ATP is the governing body of the men’s professional tennis circuits – the ATP Tour, the ATP Challenger Tour and the ATP Champions Tour. With 64 tournaments in 30 countries, the ATP Tour showcases the finest male athletes competing in the world’s most exciting venues. From Australia to Europe and the Americas to Asia, the stars of the 2020 ATP Tour will battle for prestigious titles and ATP Rankings points at ATP Masters 1000, 500 and 250 events, as well as Grand Slams (non ATP events). The 2020 season launched in January with the inaugural ATP Cup and will culminate with only the world’s top 8 qualified singles players and doubles teams competing for the last title of the season at the Nitto ATP Finals. Held at The O2 in London, the event will officially crown the 2020 ATP Tour No. 1. For more information, please visit www.ATPTour.com.
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Ohio State Buckeyes Football has Davis, Fields and Wade selected as Walter Camp Preseason All-Americans

Wyatt Davis earns a spot on the first team, Justin Fields and Shaun Wade on the second team

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Three Ohio State Buckeyes were named to the Walter Camp Preseason All-America Team, announced on June 11 by The Walter Camp Football Foundation. Offensive guard Wyatt Davis made the fist team while quarterback Justin Fields and cornerback Shaun Wade were second team selections.

Wyatt Davis

 

Justin Fields

In all, 33 different schools from eight conferences are represented on the first and second teams with a total of 50 players selected.

 

 

Davis, from Bellflower, Calif., blossomed into one of the nation’s top interior linemen last season as a first-year starter. While paving the way for an offense that averaged 529.9 yards per game, Davis was voted a first team All-American by the Associated Press, CBS Sports and The Sporting News. He’s one of three returning starters along the offensive line for the 2020 Buckeyes.

 

Fields enjoyed one of the best statistical seasons in program history in 2019 as a first-year starter. The Kennesaw, Ga., native threw for 3,273 yards and 41 touchdowns with just three interceptions. He accounted for 51 total touchdowns and became the first player in Big Ten history with 40 passing TDs and 10 rushing TDs in the same season. In addition to being the Big Ten’s Offensive Player of the Year and Quarterback of the Year, Fields was also a finalist for the Heisman Trophy.

Shaun Lane

 

Wade, a rising fourth-year junior, is Ohio State’s most experienced returnee in the secondary, having played in 27 games over the last two seasons. A third team All-Big Ten selection in 2019, he had 26 tackles, four tackles-for-loss, one interception, two forced fumbles and eight pass breakups. As a redshirt freshman in 2018, he led the team with three interceptions.

 

2020 Ohio State Preseason Honors

Lott IMPACT Trophy Watch List – Shaun Wade

Walter Camp All-Americans – Wyatt Davis (1st Team); Justin Fields (2nd Team); Shaun Wade (2nd Team)

#GoBucks

 

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Jerry Emig and Mike Basford; COURTESY OSU ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

 

Penn State places 350 Student-Athletes on All-Big Ten Academic Honor Roll

174 student-athletes among spring/at-large honorees

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – One hundred seventy-four Penn State student-athletes earned Spring/At-Large Academic All-Big Ten honors to boost the Nittany Lions yearly total to 350 for 2019-20. The 174 spring/at-large selections rank second in program history.

The 2019-20 total follows a school-record mark of 368 during the 2018-19 academic year. The latest 174 honorees bring Penn State’s total academic honorees to 6,953 since 1991-92.

Claire Swedberg (softball), Medora McCarthy (women’s fencing), Madison Carter (women’s lacrosse), Gracey Hirsch (women’s tennis) and Julia Paternain (women’s track & field) each maintained perfect 4.0 GPAs.

Penn State’s spring/at-large honorees include: Penn State Female Student-Athlete of the Year Danae Rivers (women’s track & field) and All-Americans Grant Ament (men’s lacrosse), Jack Kelly (men’s lacrosse), Mac O’Keefe (men’s lacrosse), Maddie Holmberg (women’s track & field), Alexa Parks (women’s track & field) and Taylor Suplee (women’s lacrosse).

Penn State Highest Academic All-Big Ten Yearly Totals
(3.0 GPA):

2018-19: 368*
2017-18: 360
2019-20: 350
2016-17: 299
2015-16: 299
2012-13: 296
2013-14: 287
*School Record

The Nittany Lions’ spring/at-large teams were led overall by men’s lacrosse with 23 honorees. On the women’s side, track & field and lacrosse each had 21 honorees.

Team by Team Honorees
Baseball – 10
Men’s Fencing – 9
Men’s Lacrosse – 23
Men’s Golf – 6
Men’s Tennis – 6
Men’s Track & Field – 18
Men’s Volleyball – 9

Softball – 9
Women’s Fencing – 12
Women’s Golf – 6
Women’s Hockey – 17
Women’s Lacrosse – 21
Women’s Tennis – 7
Women’s Track & Field – 21

One hundred forty-four Nittany Lions earned their degrees thus far during the 2019-20 academic year with additional graduates to come in August. The total includes 125 graduates earlier in May. Penn State student-athletes have led the athletic department to 34 Big Ten championships and nine NCAA National Championships since October 2013.

School-Record Twenty Teams Earn Perfect 1,000 APR Scores in 2018-19; Football Posts First Single-Year 1,000 APR Score
The 20 Penn State teams that earned perfect APR scores of 1,000 in 2018-19 were: women’s basketball, men’s cross country, women’s cross country, women’s fencing, field hockey, football, men’s golf, women’s golf, men’s gymnastics, women’s gymnastics, men’s hockey, women’s hockey, men’s lacrosse, women’s lacrosse, men’s volleyball, softball, women’s swimming & diving, women’s tennis, women’s track & field and women’s volleyball.

The football team posted its first 1,000 single-year APR in program history, topping the previous high of 993 in 2014-15. The women’s cross country, women’s fencing, men’s golf, women’s golf and women’s track & field teams have perfect 1,000 yearly APR scores in four consecutive reports.

Nittany Lions’ Multi-Year APR Average Again Exceeds Division I Average
The average multi-year APR score for Penn State’s 29 varsity teams is 986, above the Division I average of 983, according to the NCAA. The men’s and women’s indoor and outdoor track & field teams are combined in the APR data, reducing the number of Penn State teams from 31 to 29 in the compilation.

To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, students must be on a varsity team, as verified by being on the official squad list as of May 1 for spring sports, who have been enrolled fulltime at the institution for a minimum of 12 months and carry a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

The conference office will also present the Distinguished Scholar Award at a later date. Students eligible for the Distinguished Scholar Award must be a recipient of Academic All-Big Ten recognition in the previous academic year, must have been enrolled fulltime at the institution for the entire previous academic year (two semesters or three quarters) and earned a minimum GPA of 3.70 or better during the previous academic year (excluding any summer grades). The Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award was established by conference Faculty Representatives as an addition to the conference’s Academic All-Big Ten program.

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Ryan S. Snyder; COURTESY PENN STATE ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

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Rutgers has a record 170 Student-Athletes earn All-Big Ten Spring Academic Honors

PISCATAWAY, N.J. (June 10, 2020) – A school-record 170 Rutgers student-athletes were recognized by the Big Ten as Spring 2020 Academic All-Conference on Wednesday to elevate the Scarlet Knights’ 2019-20 total to a record-setting 318 honorees, after 48 and 100 were selected in the winter and fall, respectively. Among the spring honorees is a five-time recipient in Adam Charalambides (men’s lacrosse), three four-time selections, 36 three-time honorees and 46 repeat selections.

 

“During a particularly challenging semester our student athletes brought their tremendous discipline to their remote classrooms and succeeded with record results,” said Pat Hobbs. “That’s three successive semesters of outstanding academic performance and we applaud their efforts.”

 

Charalambides, a 2019 All-Big Ten selection for men’s lacrosse majoring in Urban Planning & Policy Development, earned academic all-conference accolades for the fifth consecutive year. Conor Murphy (Men’s Track and Field) Dakota Pastore (Women’s Lacrosse) and Rhonda Rogombe (Women’s Track and Field) earned recognition for the fourth time in their respective careers.

 

To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, students-athletes must have been enrolled full-time at the institution for a minimum of 12 months and carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.

 

Baseball (12)

Andy Axelson, So., Sport Management

Jared Bellissimo, So., Sport Management

Kevin Blum, Gr., Business and Science (3rd)

Garrett French, So., Criminal Justice

Kyle Muller, Sr., Sport Management

Jacob Newman, So., Pre Business

Jack Parkinson, Sr., Human Resource Management

Harry Rutkowski, Jr., Criminal Justice (2nd)

Richie Schiekofer, Jr., Communication

Parker Scott, So., Mechanical Engineering

Peter Serruto, So., Pre Business

Victor Valderrama, So., Sport Management

 

Men’s Lacrosse (26)

Garrett Bullett, Gr., Labor Studies And Employment Relations (2nd)

Adam Charalambides, Gr., Urban Planning & Policy Development (5th)

Eric Civetti, So., Biomedical Engineering

Tommy Coyne, Jr., Communication

Cole Daninger, So., Marketing

Zackary Franckowiak, Jr., Exercise Science (2nd)

Ryan Gallagher, Jr., Supply Chain And Marketing Science (2nd)

Brodie Gillespie, Sr., Economics (3rd)

Jaryd Jean-Felix, Jr., Leadership Management (2nd)

Brennan Kamish, Jr., Communication

Robert Marron Rutgers, Sr., Civil Engineering (2nd)

Zach Masessa, Jr., Finance

Owen Mead, Sr., Biological Sciences (3rd)

Kieran Mullins, Sr., Cell Biology & Neuroscience (3rd)

Sam Oltmans, Sr., Economics (3rd)

Jordan Pakzad, Jr., Communication (2nd)

Ben Pounds, So., Political Science

Ethan Rall, So., Communication

Bobby Russo, So., Marketing

Michael Sanguinetti, Jr., Economics (2nd)

Mark Schachte, Sr., Finance (3rd)

David Sprock, So., Computer Science

Demetrius Stevenson, So., Agriculture And Food Systems

Bradley Thompson, So., Finance

Jack Thompson, Sr., Aerospace Engineering

David Walker, Jr., Supply Chain And Marketing Science (2nd)

 

Men’s Golf (7)

Shayler Dance, So., Marketing

Jack Doherty, So., Economics

Christopher Gotterup, So., Communication (2nd)

Tony Jiang, Jr., Labor Studies and Employee Relations; Economics (2nd)

Putt Sridama, So., Human Resource Management (2nd)

Bobby Weise, Jr., Human Resource Management

Oliver Whatley, Jr., Communication

 

Men’s Track and Field (22)

Alanzo Aris, Sr., Exercise Science (3rd)

Will Berger, So., Molecular Biology & Biochemistry

A’nan Bridgett, So., Economics

Jarrod Brovero, Sr., Sport Management (2nd)

Andrew Comito, Sr., Industrial Engineering (3rd)

Ryan Downey, Jr., Industrial Engineering (2nd)

Greg Harnett, Gr. Supply Chain Analytics (3rd)

Aidin Hendriks, Jr., Mechanical Engineering

Cade Hindley, So., Cell Biology & Neuroscience

Nicholas Hutchison, So., Accounting

Christopher Jenkins, Jr., Health Administration (2nd)

Kamron Kobolak, So., Finance

Atharv Kulkarni, So., Computer Science

Sean Martinek, Sr., Sport Management (3rd)

Conor Murphy, Gr., Human Resource Management (4th)

Cole Pschunder, Sr., Economics (3rd)

Jared Skalski, Sr., Industrial Engineering (3rd)

Christopher Smith, So., Computer Science

Steven Steinberg-McElroy, Jr., Supply Chain And Marketing Science (2nd)

Michael Thomas, Sr., Supply Chain And Marketing Science (2nd)

Peter Tilton, So., Computer Science

Patrick Walsh, Jr., Planning And Public Policy (2nd)

 

Softball (6)

Hailey Hoklutubbe, Sr., Biological Science (2nd)

Anyssa Iliopoulos, Sr., Exercise Science (3rd)

Cambria Keefer, Sr., Communication (3rd)

Taylor Manno, Jr., Public Policy (2nd)

Corah Price, So., Human Resource Management

Katie Wingert, So., Exercise Science

 

Women’s Golf (4)

Lori Char, Jr., Communication (2nd)

Ana Cortes, Sr., Finance; Leadership And Management (3rd)

Carrie-Ann Lee, Sr., Supply Chain And Marketing Science (3rd)

Maeve Rossi, So., Economics

Women’s Lacrosse (20)

Riley Ban, So., Labor Studies & Employment Relations

Samantha Budd, Sr., Biomedical Engineering (3rd)

Sarah Cedarstrand, So., Information Technology & Informatics

Brianna Cirino, Sr., Psychology (3rd)

Jordan Drab, Jr., Information Technology & Informatics (3rd)

Monica Dresnin, Sr., Communication (3rd)

Marin Hartshorn, So., Psychology

Hannah Hollingsworth, Jr., Supply Chain And Marketing Science (2nd)

Jacquelyn Jester, Jr., Labor Studies & Employment Relations (2nd)

Julia Lytle, Jr., Cognitive Science (2nd)

Jenna Martinelli, Sr., Exercise Science (3rd)

Taralyn Naslonski, Jr., Public Health (2nd)

Dakota Pastore, Gr., Public Health (4th)

Dana Pena, Jr., Labor Studies & Employment Relations (2nd)

Christina Petito, Sr., Public Health­­ (3rd)

Mackenzie Porter, So., Criminal Justice

Samantha Scarpello, Sr., Communication (2nd)

Shannon Siebold, So., Cognitive Science

Alexis Watson, So., Biomedical Engineering

Linda Zamrowski, So., Accounting

 

Rowing (47)

Alexis Achenbach, Jr., Exercise Science (2nd)

Ashley Adamo, So., Health Administration

Isobel Ali, So., Criminal Justice & History

Gabrielle Bagdonas, So., Psychology

Rebecca Barglowski, Sr., English (3rd)

Barbara Benda, So., Astrophysics

Kathleen Butler, Sr., Exercise Science (3rd)

Sophia Catuogno, Jr., Chemical Engineering (2nd)

Tessa Catuogno, Jr., Biomedical Engineering (2nd)

Rebecca Chanin, Sr., Political Science & Middle Eastern Studies (3rd)

Hannah Davis, So., Psychology

Angelina Fomina, Jr., Biochemistry (2nd)

Nina Gangi, Sr., Ecology, Evolution And Natural Resources

Rosalina Guarino, Sr., Marketing (3rd)

Seyma Guleryuz, So., Electrical And Computer Engineering

Melina Gurunian, Sr., Exercise Science

Ahri Han, So., Molecular Biology And Biochemistry

Amaris Hinton, So., Information Technology And Informatics

Rucha Janodia, Sr., Cell Biology And Neuroscience (3rd)

Kirsten Jeansson, Sr., Biological Sciences (3rd)

Omisha Jyothi, Jr., Business Analytics And Information Technology (2nd)

Samantha Levine, Jr., Communication

Grace Lewis, Jr., Labor And Employment Relations & Communication

Isabella Martins, Jr., Economics (2nd)

Kara McDermott, Jr., Sport Management (2nd)

MaryKate McGee, Jr., Sociology (2nd)

Emily Meade, So., Finance

Hannah Meade, So., Political Science

Erin Miners, So., Biological Sciences

Jillian Moran, Jr., Biological Sciences (2nd)

Audrey O’Neill, So., Exercise Science

Emily O’Neill, So., Exercise Science

Femke Paulis, So., Biomedical Engineering

Merve Pekdemir, Sr., Industrial Engineering (3rd)

Grace Pettit, Sr., Psychology

Jordan Policari, So., Pre Business

Julia Ruch, So., Economics

Meaghan Schneid, So., Landscape Architecture

Lindsey Shugar, So., Social Work.

Natalie Summerfelt, Sr., Exercise Science (2nd)

Emily Tarino, So., Communication

Ella Toa, So., Communication

Zoe Toner, Jr., Biological Sciences (2nd)

Rachel Usen, Sr., Sport Management (3rd)

Lalitha Vallabhaneni, Jr., Business Analytics And Information Technology (2nd)

Stephanie Welsh, Jr., Plant Science (2nd)

Julia Wilson, Sr., Communication (2nd)

 

Tennis (7)

Jaci Cochrane, Sr., Political Science (3rd)

Isabelle Da Silva, Jr., Exercise Science

Tess Fisher, So., Psychology

Maya Jacobs, Jr., Communication (2nd)

Kat Muzik, Sr., Human Resource Management (2nd)

Kyra Yap, Sr., Chemical Engineering (3rd)

Kristiana Zahare, So., Exercise Science

 

Women’s Track & Field (19)

Ajae Alvarez-Tyler, So., Communication

Emma Bergman, Sr., Public Health (3rd)

Erin Bertscha, So., Supply Chain & Marketing Science

Kathryn Campbell, Sr., Psychology (2nd)

Kelsey Farbanish, Sr., Chemical Engineering (3rd)

Alexa Gardner, So., Nursing

Dakota Gerges, Jr., Communication

Sara Gutter, Jr., Exercise Science

Alexandria Marko, So., Supply Chain & Marketing Science

Olympia Martin, Jr., Visual Arts (2nd)

Kiera Nealon, Jr., Exercise Science And Italian (2nd)

Reanda Richards, So., Criminal Justice

Brooke Riedy, So., Health Administration

Rhonda Rogombe, Gr., Political Science (4th)

Kayla Rosario, So., Criminal Justice

Gabriela Sanchez, So., Unspecified

Nadia Saponara, Sr., Environmental Policy, Institutions And Behavior (3rd)

Selena Thorne, Sr., Communication (3rd)

Chloe Wong, So., Nursing

 

PRESS RELEASE WRITTEN BY Bradly Derechailo; COURTESY RUTGERS ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONS

www.scarletknights.com

 

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