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Baseball Buckeyes win 2010 home opener over Toledo, 4-3

Courtesy of Ohio State Athletics

Ohio State scored a pair of runs in the bottom of the eighth inning to pick up a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over Toledo in the home opener Wednesday afternoon at Bill Davis Stadium. It was a perfect day for baseball in Columbus, Ohio with temperatures in the mid-60′s.

RHP Drew Rucinski Ohio State (osu)

Eric Best tossed two perfect innings in relief to improve his record to 2-1 on the season while Drew Rucinski pitched a flawless ninth for his fourth save.  Dan Burkhart, Cory Kovanda and Ryan Dew each collected two hits for the Buckeyes.

The 14-7 Buckeyes will be traveling to Evanston, Illinois to take on the Northwestern Wildcats in the first Big Ten series of the season, Friday through Sunday.

GAME NOTES

* The Buckeyes have now won the last 17 matchups against the Rockets.

* Prior to Wednesday’s game, OSU has averaged 15.5 runs per game in the last 10 matchups against Toledo.

* Eight Buckeyes were hitting over .320 heading into Wednesday’s game.

Ohio State’s Kronauge selected for Big Ten Athlete of the week

Courtesy of Ohio State Athletics

Justin Kronauge Ohio State (osu)

Justin Kronauge, a senior co-captain on the number 2 Ohio State men’s tennis team, has been named Big Ten Athlete of the Week for the second time this year.  This is Kronauge’s fifth-career weekly honor.

The award brings the Buckeyes total to eight for the season, which leads the league. Justin earned the accolade February 2.

A native of Dayton, Ohio, Kronauge won four doubles matches and four singles matches to help the Buckeyes improve to 18-1 overall, defeating number 41 LSU (4-2),  number 7 Georgia (4-2), number 62 Penn State (7-0) and Cleveland State (4-0).

Kronauge is now 27-4 overall in his career in Big Ten matches. He also helped the Buckeyes improve their home win streak to 103 consecutive matches.

With the four singles wins, Kronauge is tied for second on the all-time career wins list with former Buckeye Vince Ng with 132 victories from 1999-2003.

Tim Welsh leaves ESPNU to take head coaching reins at Hofstra

compiled from staff and wire reports

Hofstra University has confirmed that it has hired Tim Welsh to be its men’s basketball coach.

The former coach at Providence College and Iona College has spent the past two years as a commentator for ESPNU.

Welsh takes over for Tom Pecora, who took the job at Fordham last week.  Pecora had a record of 155-126 in nine years at Hofstra, with three straight NIT appearances from 2005-2007.

Tim Welsh (file photo)

Hofstra lost in the second round of the Colonial Athletic Association tournament. The Pride finshed this past season at 19-15. Hofstra joined the CAA in 2001, and eventhough it has enjoyed success on the basketball court, the administration wants “The Big Dance”.  The Pride haven’t been able to reach the NCAA tournament since becoming a member in the tough CAA.

Tim Welsh spent 10 seasons at Providence, leading the Friars to the NCAA tournament in 2001 and 2004.  His record was 160-143.  At Iona, he compiled a 70-22 record, with one NCAA and two NIT appearances.

Women’s National Invitational Tournament Results

Courtesy of  WNIT and Triple Crown Sports

Wednesday March 31, 2009 Semifinals

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Miami Hurricanes 76 Michigan Wolverines 59

Miami advances to Saturday’s WNIT Championship game against the winner of the California-Illinois State winner.  The Hurricanes upped their record to 22-13 and advanced to their first WNIT championship game.

Leading the second half outburst to put the game away were the Atlantic Coast Conference’s number 2 scorer Riquna Williams with 26 points and First Team all-ACC performer Shenise Johnson with 17.

The Lady Hurricanes along the way have beaten FGCU, 70-57; Florida, 77-64; North Carolina A&T, 84-77 and Providence, 73-65.

Michigan ends the year at 21-14.

Riquna Williams Miami Hurricanes (UM)

Shenise Johnson Miami Hurricanes (UM)

Thursday April 1, 2009 Semifinals

California at Illinois State 8:05 p.m. EST

Championship Game

Location to be announced.

Miami vs. California-Illinois State winner.


SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Rob Carpenter: Ex-NFL star, current Lancaster High School Football Coach

During the football season during our Friday night High School football  broadcasts, we feature a coach, athlete, athletic adminsitrator or Hall of Famer on WPKO-FM/WBLL-AM, the Peak of Ohio.com. This past 2009 season, we had a chance to feature a former NFL running back and current Lancaster Golden Gales head football coach, Rob Carpenter.

Robert Joseph Carpenter, Jr., was born April 20, 1955 in Lancaster, Ohio. He played at Miami of Ohio in the Mid-American Conference for Bill Mallory.

He was drafted  in the third roun, 84th pick by the Houston Oilers. He played with Houston from 1977-1981; the New York Giants from 1981-1985 and the Los Angeles Rams in 1986.

Carpenter rushed for 4,363 yards in a 10-year NFL career.

He has four sons. Bobby Carpenter, the former Ohio State linebacker is now with the Dallas Cowboys; Jonathan Carpenter played at Cincinnati and is a graduate assistant there; Georgie is at Marshall University and Nathan Carpenter played for his dad this past season at Lancaster and will be playing in college in 2010.

The 6’1 220 pound Rob Carpenter had several good seasons in the NFL:

With Houston in 1977, 652 yards, 1 touchdown and a 4.5 yards per game.

With the New York Giants in 1981, 748 yards, 5 touchdowns.

With the New York Giants in 1983, 624 yards, 4 touchdowns.

With the New York Giants in 1984, 795 yards, 7 touchdowns.

When Rob was in Houston, he played with Earl Campbell.

When Rob was with the New York Giants, his teammates included: Lawrence Taylor, Phil Simms and Henry Carson.

Rob had his moments in New York. There was a 1985 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Joe Morris gained over 200 yards and lost a shoe on one of his touchdown runs. Rob Carpenter was blocking his head off opening holes for Joe Morris and had a beautiful 46 yard run. Carpenter was a fan favorite from what members of the media tell me who covered the team in those days.

Lancaster High School (LHS)

Rob Carpenter is the head football coach at Lancaster and they had a decent season in 2009.

August 28, 2009 Logan  33  Lancaster 14   (0-1)

September 4, 2009  Lakota West 24 Lancaster 12  (0-2)

September 11, 2009  Lancaster 48 independence 35  (1-2)

September 18, 2009 Lancaster 17 Pickerington Central 14  (2-2)

September 25, 2009 Lancaster 42 Gahanna 31 (3-2)

October 2, 2009 Hilliard Davidson 45  Lancaster 14 (3-3)

October 9, 2009 Lancaster 15 Reynoldsburg 7  (4-3)

October 16, 2009 Pickerington North 15 Lancaster 14 (4-4)

October 23, 2009 Lancaster 32 Groveport Madison 14 (5-4)

October 30, 2009 Lancaster 63 Newark 13 (6-4)

November 7, 2009 Regional Playoffs quarterfinals, Hilliard Davidson 28 Lancaster 7  (6-5)

Lancaster plays in the tough Ohio Capital Conference which is one of the largest leagues in the state. Playing in that league and having a top-notch non-conference schedule, will get them computer points and a playoff berth.

The Golden Gales play in the Ohio Capital Conference, Ohio Division with Gahanna-Lincoln Lions, Grove City Greyhounds, Groveport-Madison Cruisers, Newark Wildcats, Pickerington Central Tigers, Pickerington North Panthers and the Reynoldsburg Raiders.

Lancaster has had several distinguished alumni: David Graf, Officer Tackleberry in the Police Academy Films; Rex Kern, former Ohio State Quarterback and Allan Anderson, former Lefthanded Pitcher of the Minnesota Twins, American League ERA and Robert G. Heft, designer of the American 50 star flag which was adopted by Congress on July 4, 1960.

Let’s go one-on-one with Lancaster Golden Gales head football coach Rob Carpenter. (to listen to an audio file, click the link.)

44 698 Rob Carpenter Lancaster Ftb Coach His son Nathan & 5 scholarship athletes in one family

44 699 Rob Carpenter Competitive around the house with 4 males in the house

44 700 Rob Carpenter On his son Nathan runs football like he did Recruiters like him

44 701 Rob Carpenter Non-Conference games Scrimmages Lancaster fan support

44 702 Rob Carpenter On Mike Heywood Miami of Ohio His career going to Miami

44 703 Rob Carpenter Remembers the late Randy Walker and Terry Hoeppner

2009 Lancaster Golden Gales (LHS)

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