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John Carroll wins high-scoring affair with Capital, 85-80

(courtesy John Carroll University)

The John Carroll University Blue Streaks held off the Capital Crusaders second half rally to win an OAC battle, 85-80 Saturday afternoon at the DeCarlo Athletic Center.

The Crusaders, having a down year at 9-12 overall, 6-8 in the OAC, rallied and got the deficit to 49-37 at the half and to one point in the final minute of the game.

Despite shooting 13-25 (.520) from the field in the second half, the Crusaders dropped their third straight game.

The Crusaders were led in scoring by Curt Geise with 19 points.

The top scorer for John Carroll (14-7, 8-6 OAC) was Danny Wallack with 14 points, followed by David Linane with 13. David Hendrickson (12) and Simon Kucharewicz (11) also reached double figures as the Blue Streaks won its third consecutive game.

John Carroll will visit Cleveland, Ohio area rival Baldwin Wallace on Wednesday night, February 12, for a 7:30 p.m. tip off.


Former OSU coach Tressel might take over Colts job


Jim Tressel ( photo)

There is a chance that all Ohio State Buckeyes fans might see former head football coach Jim Tressel leading the Indianapolis Colts in 2012.

Reports out of Indianapolis and around the NFL say that Tressel, has already interviewed for the job with owner Jim Irsay. The Baldwin-Wallace grad spent the 2011 season as a game day consultant for the Colts.

Tressel is a top-notch coach, eventhough his only experience is in the college ranks.

His only baggage is that he was ousted due to NCAA rules violations and allowing otherwise ineligible players play when knowing of their misdeeds.

There are other candidates for the Indianapolis job: Bengals defensive coordinator Mike Zimmer, Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Morhinweg and former Vikings head coach Brad Childress.


Info compiled from internet, Radio & TV news



Defiance College joins Ohio Athletic Conference in Swimming & Diving

(courtesy of Defiance College via wikipedia commons)

Defiance College and the Ohio Athletic Conference have announced that the Yellow Jackets would join the OAC in the 2011-2012 year as an associate member in the sport of swimming and diving.

Defiance will bring the number of swimming and diving programs in the OAC to six, giving the Purple and Gold the opportunity to compete for a conference championship during the inaugural 2011-2012 season in the pool for the Jackets.

DC will join Baldwin-Wallace, John Carroll, Mount Union, Ohio Northern and Wilmington in the OAC title chase.

The Ohio Athletic Conference was founded in 1902 and has been crowning swimming and diving champions since 1937.

Defiance College offers 21 varsity sports, with the addition of swimming and diving in 2011-2012 and men’s lacrosse in 2012-2013.

DC is a fulltime member in all sports in the 11-team Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference other than swimming and lacrosse. The Jackets will also compete as an associate member in the 14-team Midwest Lacrosse Conference.


Info courtesy of Defiance College athletics

SPORTS SPOTLIGHT: Dominic D’Andrea, Capital University senior running back


Dominick D'Andrea Capital RB (courtesy of Capital Athletics)

The Capital Crusaders started their 2010 football season under new head coach Henry Stanford, with a loss at Baldwin-Wallace up in Berea, Ohio, but there’ll be brighter days ahead for the team from the Columbus, Ohio suburb of Bexley.

Because of senior running back Dominic D’Andrea.

The Crusader’s offense averaged over 34 points a game in 2009 and it looks to be dominant again.

At the helm is fifth-year senior quarterback Marty Assmann, who finished second in the Ohio Athletic Conference in both passing yards (2,382 and touchdown passes (23) in his first full season as a starter.

A large portion of the offense will be centered around senior running back Dominic D’Andrea who became Capital’s first 1,000 yard running back since 1970.

Dominic says that he and his teammates this season want to “Finish” every game and every play and every practice the right way so the can grab the school’s first postseason appearance since 2007.

They want to also play hard-nosed, play fast, physical just plain wear teams out and play in Salem, Virginia.

Dominic D'Andrea (33) takes the handoff from QB Marty Assmann (11) (courtesy of Capital Athletics)

For those of you who might be familiar with Salem, Virginia, it’s where the last two teams standing in the NCAA III playoffs, play for the national championship. Over the past 15-plus years, that usually means Capital’s OAC foe Mt. Union and one other Division III power. Well, Capital wants to end that string for the Purple Raiders.


A native of Reynoldsburg, Ohio,  Dominic is very happy to be playing for one more season alongside his college and high school teammate at Bishop Hartley, senior quaterback Marty Assmann.

“Marty and I have been playing with each other for almost 8 years,” D’Andrea said. “He really knows how to spread the ball around on offense.”

Head coach Henry Stanford looks for Assmann and D’Andrea to lead the Crusaders as the top two leaders of the upperclassmen.

D’Andrea aspires to graduate in the spring of 2011 with a business degree in marketing.

The Capital Crusaders will miss his hard work ethic and great leadership when the program starts the 2011 season. He will go down as one of the top players in the program’s history.

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Special thanks goes out to Capital University Sports Information Intern Erin Mowery for help with photos and information.

Also to head coach Henry Stanford for allowing us to cover practice and take photos and to Dominic D’Andrea for taking time after a long, hard  practice to talk with us.

2010 OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE FOOTBALL OUTLOOK: Heidelberg Student Princes picked 5th by media and coaches in preseason poll; wins opening game at Alma, 42-23



Under the direction of fourth-year head coach Mike Hallett, the Heidelberg Student Princes won its fourth straight season opener, at Alma, Michigan last Saturday, 42-23 over Alma College. The last time that Heidelberg won four consecutive to open the season was from 1985-1989 when they won five years in a row.

The Student Princes found the end zone in three of its first four possessions in its first-ever meeting against Alma.

QB Andrew Miller (courtesy of Dan Poel &

(Student Prince courtesy of Heidelberg College)

Heidelberg opened up a 21-0 lead before Alma answered with nine consecutive points to pull to within 21-9 with 3:15 left in the first half. In the final minute of the opening half, Heidelberg and Alma traded scores, but the Berg led 28-16 at the half.

In the second half, Heidelberg scored once in the third quarter and twice in the fourth. Alma was shutout in the third and scored once in the fourth.

Heidelberg’s defense was little time making an impact in the game. On Alma’s second play of the game, linebacker John Irwin (Westerville, Ohio/ DeSales H.S.) intercepted a Richard Ross pass and returned it 15 yards into Alma’s side of the field.

For the game, Heidelberg outgained Alma 483-237 in total yardage. On the ground, the Berg enjoyed a 172-73 advantage and through the air, it was 311-164 Heidelberg.

Defensively, the Student Princes were led by linebacker Andy Fadenholz (LeGrange, Ohio/Keystone) with six tackles.

Offensively, the Berg had several stars. QB Andrew Miller (Dalton, Ohio/Dalton) completed 19-of-30 passes for 261 yards and three touchdowns.WR Mario Walton (Elyria, Ohio/Elyria) caught six passes for a career-high 135 yards, while fellow receiver Mike Preston (Euclid, Ohio/Euclid) led the way with two touchdowns off of his eight receptions for 92 yards.

Heidelberg head coach Mike Hallett is a 1994 graduate of Mount Union. He is used to winning and has been trying to instill that important ingredient into the Student Princes’ program. He has led them to three straight records of 4-6 overall, 3-6 in the tough, Ohio Athletic Conference.

Head coach Mike Hallett (courtesy of Dan Poel &

At the OAC football preview in August, the media picked Heidelberg to finish fifth in the 2010 race and gave them 176 points. The coaches poll also picked them fifth and gave them a total of 43 points. It is apparent that everybody sees improvement in the school from Tiffin, Ohio.

Coach Hallett told the audience on Media Day that:

* Heidelberg returns 10 starters on Offense, 6 on Defense.

* He has to replace some running backs.

* They’ll have 5 games on campus this year: Baldwin-Wallace, Otterbein, Muskingum, Marietta and John Carroll.

The offense is led by QB Andrew Miller and WR Mike Preston, but it is anchored by the veteran offensive line.  The starters are Paul Dunn, Ryan Morgan, Derrick Arbogast, Nathan Kater and Cassady Williford. The offensive line paved the way for back-to-back passing touchdowns single-season records for Miller, while clearing the way for two all-league running backs in 2009.

Also returning is junior TE Jozey Hill and PK Jesse Hawkins who is in his third year doing all of the kicking for the Berg.

In the defensive secondary and at linebacker, Heidelberg will have several new faces.


* Heidelberg College is located in Tiffin, Ohio, the county seat of Seneca County in Northwest Central Ohio. Tiffin in the 2000 census had a population of 18,135.

* The college was founded in 1850.

* Enrollment is 1,500.

* Colors are Red, Orange and Black.

* They play their home games at Mayer Field.

* Offensive formation is Multiple Pro I.

* Defensive formation is Multiple Pro 4-3.

Heidelberg will have a bye week on September 11 before hosting Baldwin-Wallace on September 18 in its home and OAC opener. The kickoff is scheduled for 2:00 p.m. at Mayer Field, on the campus of Heidelberg College. The game will be shown on a tape delay basis on SportsTime Ohio. Please check the Heidelberg website in the football section for broadcast times.

Special Thanks goes out to Heidelberg College for the usage of Logos and to Todd Oliver and Dan Poel of for providing photos.

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