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Big week for Wright State Raiders men’s basketball with Cincinnati & Ohio

Coming off a 51-49 win at Miami Saturday, the Wright State men’s basketball team will host Cincinnati Wednesday and Ohio Saturday to start a stretch of four-straight home games.  WSU will host Idaho December 20 and Central Michigan December 22.

(photo by megasportsnews.com)

 

Records: Wright State 4-6; Cincinnati 5-3; Ohio 7-1 (before hosting Marietta Wednesday)

 

Vs. Cincinnati Wed., Dec. 14 at 7 pm (doors open at 5:30 pm, arrive early!)

Media: ESPN2 and ESPN3; WBZI, 100.3 FM; Audio: myclassiccountry.com

At Halftime: Flippin’ Out Trampoline Team

Tickets: Only $20 with a special $7 off discount tickets to the Ohio game on Saturday.

 

Vs. Ohio Sat., Dec. 17 at 7 pm

Media: Dayton’s CW26; WBZI, 100.3 FM; Stream at The Horizon League Network; Audio: myclassiccountry.com

At Halftime: John Casey Frisbee Dogs

Tickets: Only $20

 

Where to Get Tickets: Wright State Nutter Center Box Office; TicketMaster.com; TicketMaster Outlets; Call 800-745-3000.

 

Press Release courtesy of Wright State media relations

OHIO ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Players of the Week

 

(courtesy of Ohio Athletic Conference)

OFFENSIVE: Marietta sophomore wide receiver Kirby Harris from Greenville, South Carolina, tallied 11 receptions for 116 yards and three touchdowns to help the Pioneers to a 32-24 win over Thiel College.

DEFENSIVE: Ohio Northern junior linebacker Joe Powell, from Findlay, Ohio, returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown to go along with his eight tackles, including five solo and a 1.5 tackles for loss, and a fumble recovery in the Polar Bears 38-20 win over North Carolina Wesleyan.

SPECIAL TEAMS: Otterbein junior punter Aaron Kingcade from Worthington, Ohio, helped lead the Cardinals past Gallaudet, 28-27, with a career-best 46.8 average on five punts for a total of 234 yards, including a career-long 54-yard punt.

Marietta junior punter Sean Munfield, a hometown product, tallied 184 yards on four punts for a 46.0 average with a long of 54 yards in the Pioneers’ 32-24 win over Thiel.

Info courtesy of the Ohio Athletic Conference

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

Capital dominates Heidelberg, 81-59

Logo courtesy of Capital athletics


The Capital Crusaders stayed in a second place tie in the Ohio Athletic Conference with a win at Heidelberg, 81-59.

The Crusaders are two games behind OAC leader Marietta by two games. The were leading at halftime 42-24.

Capital improves to 15-6, 12-4.

Heidelberg drops to 10-11, 8-6.

DJ Frazier scored 18 points for Capital while pulling down 8 rebounds.

Info courtesy of Capital athletics

John Carroll defeats Capital 82-77

Damon Goodwin Capital coach (courtesy of Capital athletics)

The John Carroll Blue Streaks beat Capital in Ohio Athletic Conference action, 82-77.

Scott Robertson scored 21 for the Crusaders, but he couldn’t help the team make their nine-point lead stand up in losing in Cleveland.

Capital led 49-40 with 13:11 to go in the second half, but were outscored 11-0 over the next two minutes.

Capital drops to 12-5, 7-3 while John Carroll has the same record overall and in the conference.

The two teams are tied for second in the OAC one game in back of leader Marietta.

compiled from Capital University athletics news

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