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Ohio Dominican baseball coach Page notches 900th win

 

Paul Page (courtesy of Ohio Dominican athletics)

Ohio Dominican University baseball coach Paul Page won posted the 900th win of his career as the Panthers beat Wayne State, 7-4 over the weekend.

Page has has ten 40-win seasons, 21 30-win seasons, has produced 20 academic All-Americans and has taken ODU to six NAIA World Series trips.

His 25-year record is 900-443-6 at Ohio Dominican.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Ohio Dominican news

Bexley native White named GLIAC Player of the Week

 

Seth White (courtesy of Findlay athletics)

Seth White, wide receiver for the University of Findlay, has been named the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Player of the Week.

The 5’9, 200-pound sophomore caught 11 passes for 111 yards, threw a 59-yard touchdown pass and kicked five extra points in the Oilers 43-42 win in the final game of the season against 22nd-ranked Wayne State.

The Bexley (OH) High School grad is a transfer from Ball State University.

 

Info compiled from Findlay athletics & Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference news

Northland product Burke starting for Michigan basketball team; plays 18 minutes in debut

 

Trey Burke (3) during time at Northland (WAXXTV.com photo)

University of Michigan freshman Trey Burke, from Columbus Northland High School, was in the starting lineup tonight as the Wolverines opened their season against the Ferris State Bulldogs.

Last week in Michigan’s exhibition game, Burke scored seven points, dished out four assists and two steals against Wayne State, a 47-39 victory.

Michigan beat Ferris State, 59-33. A 24-3 run in the 2nd half iced the game. Burke had a typical game for a freshman as he learns the college game: 18 minutes of play, 1-7 from the field, 0-4 from 3-point land, 1-2 on free throws, 4 rebounds and 3 points.

Burke, was the Dispatch All-Metro Player of the year last season.

 

Info courtesy of the Michigan athletics

Ohio State women’s hockey team sweeps Wayne State

Paige Semenza (courtesy of OSU athletics)

The Ohio State women’s hockey team scored a 4-2 win to complete a sweep of Wayne State at the OSU Ice Rink.

The series was the final non-conference game for the Buckeyes, who finish with a 6-0-0 record against teams outside of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association.

Ohio State improves to 10-8-2 overall (4-8-2-2 WCHA), while Wayne State falls to 7-11-0 overall. They play in College Hockey America and are 1-5.

The teams headed into the third period tied at 1-1, but Ohio State scored three goals in the third, including an empty-netter, to pull away for the win. Sophomore Paige Sememza had a season-high two points and her linemates Tina Hollowell and Kim Theut also had a goal and assist, respectively.

Ohio State dominated the shots with a 44-11 margin. Delayne Brian (7-11-0) made 41 saves for the Warriors while freshman Lisa Steffes finished with nine saves to move to 10-8-2 as a goalie. The Buckeye special teams had a rough game going 0-6 on the power play and 1-3 on the penalty kill.

With the win, Ohio State defeated all three College Hockey America teams it faced this season, Robert Morris, Syracuse and Wayne State.

The Buckeyes have won all four games against the Warriors, the first meeting was in 2001.

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Spooner leads Buckeyes to win over Wayne State in women’s hockey

Natalie Spooner (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Natalie Spooner opened the second half of the season with three points to lead the Ohio State women’s hockey team to a 3-2 win over Wayne State at the OSU Ice Rink. The junior forward from Scarborough, Ontario, factored into the three Buckeye goals by setting up the first one and scoring the next two, including the game-winner with 5 minutes left in the game.

Ohio State gets above the .500 level at 9-8-2 overall, 4-8-2-2 in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Wayne State, the Buckeyes’ last non-conference opponent of the season, drops to 7-10-0. They are a member of the College Hockey America and are 1-5-0.

Freshman goalie Lisa Steffes stopped several breakaway chances by the Warriors while on her way to an 18-save game. The Amherstburg, Ontario, native improved to 9-8-2 on the season.

Overall, the Buckeyes had a 42-20 margin in shots and were 0 for 5 on the power play. The Warriors’ power play was 1 for 4.

GAME NOTES

* This was the first meeting between Ohio State and Wayne State since 2001. OSU leads 3-0-0.

* Ohio State has feasted on teams from College Hockey America during the non-conference season, going 5-0-0.

* Natalie Spooner now has 98 career points, tying her for eighth in the Ohio State record book.

* Natalie Spooner tied the Buckeyes record for career game-winning goals with 10, matching the mark set by Jeni Creary and Jennifer Desson from 2002-2005.

Info courtesy of Ohio State athletics

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