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Longtime OSU men’s & women’s volleyball SID Koehl passes away

Press release courtesy of Ohio State athletics

 

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State University and the Department of
Athletics lost longtime administrator D.C. Koehl today from
complications of a fall he had in late November. He was 61.

Koehl was in his 39th year with the Department of Athletics. He joined
the department’s sports information office in July 1973 after graduating
from Ohio State earlier that year with a degree in public recreation. He
was a basketball manager for four years while an undergraduate, working
for Hall of Fame coach Fred Taylor, and served as head manager for the
team as a senior.

“D.C. was one of the most dedicated and well-respected individuals in
this Athletics Department,” associated athletics director Chris
Schneider said. “Not only did he provide great support to the coaches
and student-athletes here at Ohio State, but he worked tirelessly for
the sport of volleyball and the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball
Association. We have all lost a dear friend today.”

D. C. Koehl (courtesy of OSU athletics)

A native of Columbus and a graduate of Walnut Ridge High School, Koehl
started a statistics and record service for the school’s athletic teams.
His love of statistics followed him to Ohio State, where he was the
go-to person – and an excellent one – for football and basketball
statistics even after statistics became ubiquitous with the introduction
of the World Wide Web.

A reference in an Ohio State basketball media guide in the 1980s stated
that Koehl “has devised a system of storing historical athletic
information in a computer.”

Koehl loved the sport of volleyball. He was the athletics communications
contact for the men’s and women’s teams for the last 30 years. He
coordinated the promotion and publicity efforts for countless
NCAA-qualifying, Big Ten- and MIVA-champion teams, and dozens of
All-Americans and players of the year. And this past season he enjoyed
the pinnacle of volleyball success as the Ohio State men’s program,
under the direction of Pete Hanson, won its first NCAA championship.

D.C. Koehl was a graduate (megasportsnews.com photo)

“I am so thankful that D.C. had the opportunity to be with us in State
College this past May to witness our finest hour as a program,” men’s
volleyball coach Pete Hanson said. “I really feel like he probably was
out there playing every moment on the court with our kids. Though he
would probably never show outwardly how much he enjoyed that night, I
believe that deep down it might have been one of his best Ohio State
moments. Those thoughts make me very happy for D.C.

“He will be missed greatly for his professionalism and support.  I have
never met a finer BUCKEYE. He truly was a dear friend and colleague.”

Koehl was the communications contact for the entire Midwestern
Intercollegiate Volleyball Association, and he served as a
communications contact for the Ohio State sports of rifle and pistol.

And for years and years he oversaw the daunting administrative tasks of
football credentialing. And that task, too, he did exceptionally well.

“D.C. Koehl was incredibly dedicated to The Ohio State University and
the countless student-athletes whom he chronicled and promoted over his
career,” associate athletics director for communications Dan Wallenberg
said. “His attention to detail and meticulous archiving efforts have
been invaluable for both staff and media alike. He will be missed by all
those who came to know and love him.”

A member of the College Sports Information Directors of America for 37
years, Koehl was honored with a 25-year award by the organization in
1999.

Cavs playing decent basketball right now

 

Kyrie Irving (courtesy of Duke athletics)

The young Cleveland Cavaliers are playing well early in the season before they go through a seven-game, 13-day road trip.

Recently, the Cavs beat the Charlotte Bobcats, 115-110 to improve to 3-2 overall. It’s the first time that Cleveland has been over the .500 mark since November 9, 2010.

Rookie point guard Kyrie Irving tied a career-high with 20 points for the Cavs and had no turnovers in 22 minutes.

Fellow rookie, forward Tristan Thompson collected career highs in points with 16 and nine rebounds.

D.J. Augustin led the Bobcats with 26 points and nine assists. Corey Meggette had 21 points and eight rebounds.

Columbus native and former Ohio State player Byron Mullens, finally get a real shot at playing time with Charlotte after being traded from the Oklahoma City Thunder, set career highs with 14 points. It was his third straight game in double figures.

 

Info compiled from Cleveland Cavaliers news, NBA, Radio & TV news

HIGH SCHOOL BOUNCE: Northland makes quick work of Logan, W. Va, 73-49

 

Game report from Nancy Mason

 

(megasportsnews.com photo)

(courtesy of Swift Tax Services)

When the Logan, W. Va. Wildcats made their long trek to Columbus, Ohio, totaling 4 hours, 6 minutes or 228.46 miles, they envisioned of beating the Northland Vikings.

Instead, the went home with a 24-point loss and only scoring 49 total points.

The final score was Northland 73, Logan, W. Va. 49.

The key to the game was Northland outscoring the Wildcats, 27-12 in the second quarter to runaway with another win.

The 3-0 Vikings were led by the 6’8 bookend forwards, Devon Scott with 19 points and Jalen Robinson scoring 15 and point guard Jordan Potts adding 14.

The Wildcats were led by their best player, Stevie Browning with 20 points and Da’jon Streeter with 13.

The Wildcats drop to 1-2 on the season.

Tampa Bay escapes Blue Jackets, 3-2

 

Steven Stamkos of Tampa Bay March 2009 (photo by Resolute via wikipedia commons)

COLUMBUS, OHIO — The Tampa Bay Lightning scored quick in the first period against Columbus on Saturday night and hung on for the entire third period.

Blair Jones and Eric Brewer scored in the opening period and Steve Stamkos scored in the second period as the Lightning won 3-2.

Former Jacket goalie Mathieu Garon stopped 26 shots and made a triumphant return to Nationwide Arena.

Stamkos, who entered the game tied for the NHL lead with 19 goals with Milan Michalek of Ottawa, put up the game-winner, his 20th.

The Jackets momentarily came back in the second period to tie the game at 2-2 with goals from R.J. Umberger and Rick Nash, and Vinny Prospal provided two assists.

NOTES:

* Before the game, Prospal was honored by the Blue Jackets for becoming the 268th player to play in 1,000 NHL games. He reached the mark against Buffalo on November 25.

* Umberger’s scored his 8oth goal with Columbus. He is eight shy of tying Geoff Sanderson for third on the franchise’s career list.

* Derek Dorsett returned to the ice for the Blue Jackets after missing two games for a problem with his left lower leg, following a collision with Boston Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas last week.

TAMPA BAY LIGHTNING POST-GAME LOCKER ROOM

49 029 Steven Stamkos Tampa Bay center Back on a row after losing 7 of 9 games

49 033 Mathieu Garon Tampa Bay goalie Back in Columbus to play his old team

 

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS POST-GAME PRESS CONFERENCE

49 044 Scott Arniel CBJ coach 1-3-1 homestand very disappointing

#20 Michigan led to win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff by Northland grad Burke

 

Trey Burke (file photo from WAXXTV.com)

Northland High School grad Trey Burke has been playing quite well as a true freshman for #20 Michigan.

In Tuesday night’s win over Arkansas-Pine Bluff, the Columbus, Ohio native scored 13 of his 15 points in the first half as the Wolverines used an early 19-point run to a 63-50 win.

Burke, added six rebounds and seven assists and was 3 of 5 from three-point land.

The 8-2 Wolverines received 16 points from Evan Smotrycz.

The Golden Lions, who received 23 points from Lazabian Jackson, fall to 1-6.

Arkansas-Pine Bluff is on sort of a long road trip like the Blue Brothers, as their first home game isn’t until January 14.

 

Info compiled from Michigan & Arkansas-Pine Bluff athletics news

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