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Otterbein’s Cannon OAC Women’s Player of the Week

Press release & photo courtesy of  OAC & Otterbein athletic communications


Chelsea Cannon

AUSTINTOWN, OHIO – After helping lead the Cardinals to a pair of key conference victories, junior forward Chelsea Cannon (Johnstown/Johnstown Monroe), has been named the Ohio Athletic Conference (OAC) Player of the Week in women’s basketball for the first time in her career.

Cannon earned the award after averaging 19 points and seven rebounds in wins over Muskingum and cross-town rival Capital last week. She shot 13 of 20 (65 percent) from the field and 14 of 23 (61 percent) from the free-throw line.

Against Capital, Cannon posted 18 points and tied her season-high with eight rebounds (four offensive) while shooting 5 of 11 (45 percent) from the field. She also converted 8 of 13 (62 percent) attempts from the charity stripe.

Cannon concluded last week by scoring a career-high 20 points against Muskingum while shooting 70 percent from the field (7 of 10). The 5-9 forward added six rebounds in the victory.

Otterbein surprises OAC first-place team John Carroll, 89-75


RaNeal Ewing led Otterbein in win over JCU (courtesy of Ottebein athletics)

For the second straight season at Otterbein’s Rike Center, the Cardinals upset John Carroll University.

Last season when the Blue Streaks were ranked in the Top 25, Otterbein won 86-83.

This past weekend, the Cardinals won a key OAC game over visiting John Carroll, 89-75.

With the win, Otterbein is 7-14, 4-10 and sits in a tie for eighth place with three teams who all lost on Saturday, Muskingum, Heidelberg and Mount Union.

By losing JCU falls out of first place to Capital. The Blue Streaks are now 15-5, 10-4.

Otterbein led at the half, 35-33. The Cardinals were hot from three-point land, 6 of 13 while JCU managed only 3 of 10 from beyond the arc.

In the second half, the Cardinals would go on a 15-3 run in the second half to open up the lead to 67-55 with 7:08 to go.

But the Blue Streaks cut the lead down to 74-70 with 3:21 to play but Otterbein took control from there and the game was over.

Leading the way was RaNeal Ewing, who came off the bench for a game-tying 21 points. Five players were in double figures scoring for the Cardinals. Ewing grabbed six rebounds.

Brice Rausch put up 18 points on 7 of 7 shooting from the floor.

Otterbein shot.571 from the floor.

Corey Shontz led the Blue Streaks with 21 and eight assists. JCU shot .424 from the field.

The game which wasn’t pretty had 52 fouls called and 68 free-throw attempts.


Info courtesy of Otterbein athletics



(courtesy of the NCAC)

OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Wittenberg University senior quarterback Ben Zoeller of Louisville, Kentucky, completed 22 of 45 for 456 yards and 4 touchdowns and 460 total offensive yards to break the single-game school record in both categories in the Tigers 45-28 win over Capital.

Zoeller’s stellar game was highlighted by the second-longest play in school history, a 92-yard touchdown pass to senior wide receiver Michael Cooper.

DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Ohio Wesleyan sophomore defensive end James Huddleston from Pontiac, Michigan, led the Battling Bishops’ defensive unit in a 17-14 win over Denison. Huddleston had 8 tackles, 7 solos, 1 assist, 2.0 sacks and four tackles for a loss.

He forced Denison to turn the ball over on downs late in the third quarter as he sacked the Big Red’s quarterback on fourth down with OWU protecting a lead of 17-7.


* The Oberlin College Yeomen recorded its first shutout since 1982 and just its second week one victory since 1997 as whitewashed Kenyon 42-0, in their home opener. Josh Mandel from Plantation, Florida, had a career day as the quarterback for the Yeomen as he completed 26 passes, including four touchdowns, while senior Jake Hochendoner of Poland, Ohio, led the defensive unit with nine tackles to go along with one sack and two tackles for a loss.

* Wittenberg University senior wide receiver Josh McKee from nearby New Carlisle, Ohio, became the Tigers’ all-time career receptions leader with 181 after pulling down nine receptions in their win over Capital.

Info courtesy of the North Coast Athletic Conference

Capital loses at Wittenberg, 45-24


(courtesy of Capital athletics)

The college football game between Capital and Wittenberg in Springfield, Ohio Saturday, was suspended due to lightning.

The game resumed on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. with 13:54 left in the third quarter and Wittenberg leading 24-14.

Capital quarterback Ryan Kremchek completed 24 of 47 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns.

Crusaders receiver Ryan Williams had 11 receptions for 120 yards and a touchdown.

Info courtesy of Capital U athletics

Otterbein eases by Capital in OAC play

The Otterbein Cardinals beat their arch-rival Capital by an easy margin of 82-58 in an Ohio Athletic Conference matchup.

Chris Davis and Max Van Meter scored 17 points each, as the Cardinals (11-11, 7-8) pushed the Crusaders out of a second place tie.

Capital now trails first-place Marietta by three games with only three games left in the regular season.

Capital (15-7, 10-5) was led by the reliable Scott Robertson with 14 points

compiled from Otterbein athletics news

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