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Ohio Northern holds off Otterbein in OT, 34-33

 

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Everytime Ohio Athletic Conference rivals Otterbein and Ohio Northern play each other, it is a high-scoring affair to the end.

Last weekend at Ada, Ohio, located in the Lima area, Ohio Northern won in overtime, 34-33.

Quarterback Austin Schlosser led the Cardinals attack with 266 total yards, but he missed a two-point conversion in overtime  which cost Otterbein in the OAC opener for both teams.

Tyler Rue put the Polar Bears ahead in overtime with an 8-yard touchdown run.

After Brock Burzanko’s 7-yard TD reception, the Cardinals opted to go for the win, but Schlosser’s pass to Trey Fairchild on the two-point try was incomplete.

Ohio Northern is 2-0, 1-0 in the OAC; Otterbein is 1-1, 0-1 in the OAC.

The Cardinals return to Westerville next Saturday at 2 p.m. as they host the Heidelberg Student Princes at Memorial Stadium.

Info courtesy of Otterbein athletics

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 opens with win in Washington, D.C. over Gallaudet. 28-27 in OT

 

(courtesy of Gallaudet University via wikipedia commons)

The Otterbein Cardinals opened the new football season with a 28-27 overtime win over Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. on Saturday before a crowd of 750.

Gallaudet is a private, Congressionally chartered school for the deaf and hard of hearing. The school was established on April 8, 1864. There are 1,874 students enrolled.

The Bisons’ school is named after deaf education advocate Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet.

Otterbein’s defense stopped a two-point conversion attempt by the Bisons to win the game in overtime.

The Cardinals took a 28-21 lead on the first play of overtime when Austin Schlosser threw a 25-yard pass to Fortin Faustin. The pass was deflected in the end zone by tight end Gabe Shively, but Faustin still caught the live ball.

Ryne Worsham answered the call with a 9-yard TD reception for the Bisons, but quarterback Gabriel Paulone was stopped short of the goal line on his run attempt.

Schlosser set personal highs with 271 yards passing and four touchdowns.

Otterbein wide receiver Trey Fairchild had a career-best 193 yards receiving on eight receptions.

(courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

The Cardinals do not play again until September 17 when they travel to Ohio Northern for an OAC game against the second-best team in the conference behind Mount Union.

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Info courtesy of Otterbein athletics

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

ONU’s Carter wins 100th tennis match

Senior Jeff Carter became the 16th member of the 100-Win Club.

Carter led the Ohio Northern men’s tennis team to a 7-2 win over

Jeff Carter (courtesy of ONU athletics)

Augustana (Ill.) Wednesday evening at the

Fort Gatlin Recreation Complex.

With the win, Ohio Northern stands at 3-1 on the season while the Vikings fall to 10-2.

Carter’s 100th victory clinched the match for the Polar Bears.

Info courtesy of Ohio Northern University

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