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Ohio Machine makes trade for Lang


(courtesy of Ohio Machine)

The Ohio Machine have acquired midfielder Roy Lang and the 11th overall pick in the 2013 Major League Lacrosse collegiate draft from the Rochester Rattlers.

In exchange, the Machine traded midfielder Dan Groot and additional picks in the draft.

The Ohio Machine, is based in Columbus, Ohio, but plays their home games at Selby Field on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University. Their head coach is Ted Garber.

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2012 Ohio Machine
Number Player’s Name Nationality Position College Height Weight
1 Chazz Woodson United States A Brown 5 ft 10 in 170 lb
2 Dan Groot United States M Maryland 6 ft 1 in 188 lb
3 Brett Garber United States M Massachusetts 5 ft 11 in 170 lb
5 Matt Witko United States A Tufts 6 ft 0 in 200 lb
6 Brett Hughes United States D Virginia 6 ft 3 in 218 lb
7 Bobby Eilers United States M Syracuse 6 ft 5 in 215 lb
8 Max Schmidt United States D Maryland 6 ft 4 in 230 lb
9 Stefan Schroeder United States G Ohio St. 6 ft 1 in 180 lb
10 Eric O’Brien United States M Ohio St. 6 ft 3 in 220 lb
12 Ray Megill United States D Maryland 6 ft 1 in 200 lb
15 Audi Glass Canada D Bishop’s 5 ft 10 in 175 lb
18 Joe Smith United States D Towson 6 ft 1 in 205 lb
19 Matt Messina United States M NY Tech 6 ft 3 in 225 lb
21 Jim Connolly United States A Massachusetts 5 ft 11 in 175 lb
23 Jim Borrell United States M Maryland 6 ft 0 in 175 lb
26 Matt Casey United States M Ithaca 6 ft 0 in 180 lb
28 Marshall Burkhart United States M Johns Hopkins 6 ft 1 in 200 lb
30 Brian Phipps United States G Marylamd 5 ft 9 in 185 lb
32 Brady Williams United States M Brown 6 ft 0 in 175 lb
36 Billy Eisenreich United States M Bucknell 6 ft 2 in 185 lb
37 Jeff Colburn United States M Hobart 6 ft 5 in 195 lb
41 Matt Cafarelli United States D Ohio St. 6 ft 5 in 220 lb
44 Greg Bice United States D Ohio St. 6 ft 3 in 215 lb
46 Kiel Matisz Canada M Robert Morris 6 ft 5 in 215 lb
66 Steele Stanwick United States A Virginia 5 ft 10 in 190 lb
81 Kyle Hartzell United States D Salisbury 6 ft 2 in 180 lb
88 Connor Martin United States M Chapman 6 ft 1 in 180 lb
89 Anthony Biscardi United States M Massachusetts 5 ft 8 in 175 lb
91 Joe Cummings United States A Maryland 6 ft 3 in 190 lb


Info compiled from Ohio Machine, Major League Lacrosse & wikipedia

600 soccer wins for Ohio Wesleyan’s Martin


Jay Martin (courtesy of Ohio Wesleyan athletics)

Ohio Wesleyan’s men’s soccer team beat Denison University on Saturday afternoon to give head coach Jay Martin his 600th career win.

If you count men and women’s soccer in all divisions, only Joe Bean at Quinnipiac has more wins. Bean won 607 games in 45 years (1962-2006) at Quinnipiac.

Martin has a 600-win, 114-loss, 49-tie ledger in 35 seasons at Ohio Wesleyan University which is located in Delaware, Ohio.


Info compiled from Ohio Wesleyan University & NCAA news

Carney-DeBord new AD at Denison


Nan Carney-DeBord (courtesy of Ohio Wesleyan athletics)

Nan Carney-DeBord, who for years led the Ohio Wesleyan University women’s basketball teams to prominence in the North Coast Athletic Conference, will now be leading a rival conference school’s athletic program.

A 1980 graduate of Denison University and a member of the school’s sports hall of fame, has been named athletic director at her alma mater in Granville, Ohio.

Carney De-Bord will take over for Larry Scheiderer, who will become director of athletic operations after serving 20 years as the athletic director.


Info courtesy of Denison University athletics

OHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS: Hilliard Davidson shuts down star-studded Springfield, 9-0

Ruth Evans contributed to this story

Hilliard Davidson (file photo)

All week long leading up to the game with Springfield, the Hilliard Davidson players were answering questions from fans and media, how would they stop the backfield of Trey DePriest and George Walker.

The Wildcats let their football abilities do the talking as their defense dominated the Springfield offensive line in a surprising 9-0 win.

Surprising in the fact that both teams have explosive offenses.

The Division I game was played at Selby Field on the campus of Ohio Wesleyan University in Delaware and drew 6,500 people.

Hilliard Davidson, now 12-0, will play Pickerington Central who is 11-0 in the regional championship game this weekend.

The Wildcats had basically two drives that won the game. The first one was a 12-play, 74-yard drive that culminated with Alex Mickley scoring on a 1-yard TD drive with 6:35 left in the first quarter. The second drive was on their third possession of the football, a 15-play, drive that ended with J.D. Detmer kicking a 28-yard field goal.

Wittenberg dominates Ohio Wesleyan, 51-0 in NCAC opening game

The Wittenberg Tigers overwhelmed their second straight opponent in blowing out to a 21-0 lead before the end of one quarter en route to a 52-0 shutout of North Coast Athletic Conference rival Ohio Wesleyan University.

Wittenberg, off to another good start at 2-0, while the Battling Bishops drop to 0-2. This is the fourth straight win for Wittenberg over Ohio Wesleyan, and the third consecutive shutout in the series. It is the widest margin of victory in the series, which dates back to 1894, when the Tigers won 63-0 in 2003.

There were plenty of stars for the Springfield, Ohio school.

WR Anthony Kralich (courtesy of Wittenberg athletics)

QB Ben Zoeller (courtesy of Wittenberg athletics)

Senior wide receiver Anthony Kralich (Kettering, Ohio/Alter High School) enjoyed his most productive day as a collegian. He finished with four receptions for 150 yards and his first two touchdowns since his freshman year.

The Wittenberg running attack accumulated 234 yards on 47 carries.

Junior quarterback Ben Zoeller (Louisville, Ky./St. Xavier) posted the first 300-yard passing game of his career on 13 completions.

Junior wide receiver Josh McKee (New Carlisle, Ohio/Tecumseh) was busy all day catching five balls for 100 yards.

The Tiger defense was outstanding, holding its second opponent in a row to less than 150 yards in total offense.

Wittenberg wraps up its season-opening three-game homestand on Saturday, September 18, against Washington University. It’s noon kickoff in Springfield.

Info courtesy of Wittenberg Athletics

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