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Posts Tagged ‘Westerville.’

In a surprise move, Loth leaves Otterbein for Western Connecticut State

 

Joe Loth (courtesy of Otterbein athletics)

In a surprise move late last Thursday, May 17, head football coach Joe Loth surprised Columbus area media, the town of Westerville and Otterbein fans when rumors started circulating around town that he was leaving his alma mater, to sign a multi-year contract to rebuild the program at Western Connecticut State.

Loth’s leaving probably even shook the media relations department because until this day, there has not even been an article written declaring his resignation or leaving the university. That is strange in itself.

Western Connecticut State University is a public state university, established in 1903. It has an enrollment of 5,907 and located in Danbury, Connecticut. It is an NCAA Division III school with 14 varsity sports. Their nickname is the Colonials and play in two conferences, the ECAC, Eastern College Athletic Conference and the LEC, Little East Conference.

(courtesy of WCSU via wikipedia commons)

The rebuilding job at Western Connecticut State will take longer than at Otterbein. But Loth will recruit from talent in Connecticut, New York City and Long Island.

The football team plays in the New Jersey Athletic Conference, where it has had a tough time under former coach John Burrell, going 0-10, 0-10, 2-8 and 2-8. Its last winning season was in 2005.

The 45-year-old Loth could not pass up the chance at WCSU where he is very familiar with the town and university. He was the Colonials defensive coordinator from 1993-1997. His wife, Keri graduated from the school as well.

Loth is certainly good at rebuilding. During his tenure at Otterbein, he saw the football program receive a shot in the arm with new facilities for the football program, including a renovated Memorial Stadium and football field. Also, before he was hired by former athletic director Dick Reynolds, the Cardinals had only one winning season in 23 years. In his final seven seasons, the program had four winning years and saw the school’s first berth into the NCAA Division III playoffs in 2008 with a 9-2 record and 8-1 in the OAC, second to Mount Union. Loth was named OAC Coach of the Year and Ohio Coach of the Year that season.

 

Info compiled from Western Connecticut State University, Radio & TV news

 

 

 

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Africentric Boys team continues running through Division IV tourney teams

 

Game report from Ricky Poole

 

(megasportsnews.com photo)

The top-seeded Africentric Nubians have been tough on teams all season. The only losses on their record, two, were at the hands of the City League South Division champion Walnut Ridge Scots and to Bloom Carroll.

The Nubians raced out to a 33-6 first quarter lead and easily ran over Northside Christian in Division IV semifinal play at Hilliard Bradley.

The Nubians were led by Jermaine Saunders with 15 points and eight assists.

Head coach Michael Bates and the Nubians are now 20-3 while the Lions from Westerville, finishes the season at 10-10.

 

 

Just a matter of time before Berry leaves OSU football team

 

Jamaal Berry (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Jamaal Berry’s name is still listed on the Ohio State football team roster.

But his high school coach says that Berry told him that the new coaching staff have not given him any indication that he’ll be playing in the future.

Berry and his attorney R. William Meeks were in court this week as the OSU running back faces charges of assault and disorderly conduct, both misdemeanors, for an incident on October 21 near the North Market.

Justin M. Jerich, a 21-year-old Westerville man reported that Berry hit him and taunted him near a parking garage.

Berry and Meeks contend that the Florida native is not guilty and the case may not go to trial.

According to an Ohio State football spokesperson, Berry is still on scholarship. However, he has not worked out with the team since he was suspended after the incident with Jerich.

Berry is still taking classes during the current quarter, but his lawyer said he will finish the school year and might transfer to another school.

Berry came to Ohio State as a high-profiled recruit. Rivals.com ranked him the fifth-best running back in the class of 2008, 56th-best player that year.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & OSU info

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS: Brookhaven wins at Westerville South

 

Game report from Ivan Irwick

 

(file photo)

Columbus City League North Division team, the Brookhaven Bearcats traveled to Westerville to play the South Wildcats of the Ohio Capital Conference and pulled off an upset, 64-47.

The Bearcats, who improve to 7-4, closed the first quarter with a 13-2 run and led 22-9.

Leading Brookhaven in the non-league contest were Kevin Greenhow who scored 18 points and Randal Clarkson with 17.

South, which drops to 10-3 on the season, had to scramble all night to get back in the game and could not stop Brookhaven. They were led on the scoreboard by Marcus Ball with 20 points.

Westerville home crowd sees Otterbein self-destruct against Heidelberg

Heidelberg University 1920 pennant (photo by Sobebunny via wikipedia commons)

A nice crowd of 3,754 saw the home team, Otterbein cough up six turnovers and allowed 31 first-half points and 496 yards in a 41-20 OAC loss to Heidelberg at Memorial Stadium in Westerville.

Michael Mees threw for 187 yards and three touchdowns for the Student Princes which scored 24 points in the second quarter. They also piled up 331 yards rushing, including 106 by Germany Woods.

Info compiled from OAC & Heidelberg athletics

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