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Current 2017 North Coast Athletic Conference Football Standings

OVERALL RECORD NCAC
Wittenberg 9-0 8-0
DePauw 8-1 7-1
Wabash 7-2 6-2
Denison 6-3 5-3
Wooster 6-3 5-3
Ohio Wesleyan 4-5 4-4
Allegheny 3-6 2-6
Oberlin 3-6 2-6
Hiram 2-7 1-7
Kenyon 0-9 0-8

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Wittenberg’s Kennedy, Oberlin’s Wooding earn North Coast Athletic Conference Player of the Week honors

Jake Kennedy (courtesy Wittenberg)

Von Wooding (courtesy Oberlin)

Offensive

Jake Kennedy, Wittenberg
(Bellefontaine, OH/Bellefontaine)

Passing Attempts: 35
Completions: 24
Passing Yards: 323
Passing TDs: 2

Rushing Attempts: 6
Rushing Yards: 52
Rushing TDs: 1

Wittenberg junior QB Jake Kennedy scored untouched from 45-yards out on the opening play of the game, and the Tigers never looked back en route to earning at least a share of the 2017 NCAC title with a 42-23 home win over Ohio Wesleyan. Kennedy, who finished the game with 52 rushing yards on six carries, also completed 24-of-35 pass attempts for 323 yards, highlighted by a 65-yard scoring strike to senior Bryce Bailey (Pickerington, OH/Columbus Acad.) that all but sealed the victory in the fourth quarter.

Defensive

Von Wooding, Oberlin
(Flushing, OH/The Linsly School)

Tackles: 15
Solo: 10
Asst. 5
Tackles-For-Loss: 1.5
Interceptions: 1

Oberlin sophomore linebacker Von Wooding was a menace against Hiram all afternoon as he totaled a career-high 15 tackles (10 solo, 5 asst.) in the Yeomen’s 27-14 home win on Saturday. On the game’s first play, he stopped Hiram running back Danny Robinson for a five-yard loss, setting the tone for what was just a 24-yard rushing performance by the NCAC’s second-leading rusher. And, with the game still in the balance in the closing minutes, Wooding snagged his first-career interception at Oberlin’s own five-yard line to seal the victory for the Yeomen.

 

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Current 2017 Ohio Athletic Conference Football Standings

2017 Football Standings

 

Conference Overall
GP Record Win % GP Record Win %
Mount Union 8 8-0-0 1.000 9 9-0-0 1.000
John Carroll 8 6-2-0 0.750 9 6-3-0 0.667
Baldwin Wallace 8 5-3-0 0.625 9 6-3-0 0.667
Heidelberg 8 5-3-0 0.625 9 6-3-0 0.667
Marietta 8 5-3-0 0.625 9 6-3-0 0.667
Ohio Northern 8 5-3-0 0.625 9 6-3-0 0.667
Otterbein 8 4-4-0 0.500 9 5-4-0 0.556
Wilmington 8 1-7-0 0.125 9 2-7-0 0.222
Capital 8 1-7-0 0.125 9 1-8-0 0.111
Muskingum 8 0-8-0 0.000 9 1-8-0 0.111

 

 

WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Big day by Marietta’s Walker nets Ohio Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week

 

Roger Walker (courtesy Marietta)

Roger Walker
Marietta
Senior
Running Back
Palm Beach, Fla./Bayside

 

Walker rushed 274 yards and scored four touchdowns (17, 3, 5, 66) on 36 carries to lead the Pioneers past Ohio Northern, 35-28. His last two touchdowns came in the final four minutes of the game as Mareitta was down 28-21. It was Walkers third-straight 100+ yard game.

 

WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

Ohio Northern’s Schmerge takes OAC Defensive Player of the Week honors

Zach Schmerge (courtesy Ohio Northern)

Zach Schmerge
Ohio Northern
Senior
Linebacker
Wapakoneta, Ohio/Wapakoneta

 

Schmerge had a season-high 19 tackles (four solo) and a tackle for loss to lead the ONU defense against Marietta in a 35-28 loss.

 

 

WRITTEN BY & COURTESY OF OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE

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