Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

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Informing the  Berea and Baldwin Wallace University Communities Since 1913

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Jacket Nation Team Updates From Around Campus

Baldwin Wallace University opened the 2013 season with a 52-21 win against Blufton University.
The Yellow Jackets were led by junior quarterback Michael Slack. Slack completed 12-of-15 passes for 213 yards and two touchdowns and ran 16 times for a game-high 102 yards and a touchdown.
Additionally, BW received a strong game from junior wide receiver Javon Burks. Burks caught three passes for 100 yards and a touchdown.
The Yellow Jacket defense was led by senior linebacker David Flegal who recorded 12 tackles.
In the second game of the season, BW lost to John Carroll University, 27-7, handing the Cuyahoga Gold Bowl trophy back to the Blue Streaks.
Junior quarterback Kyle Ohradanzky led the team offensively with one touchdown through the air.
Defensively, junior cornerback Nelson Candelario’s 12 tackles led the team.
BW hosts OAC-rival Muskingum University on Saturday, September 28 at 2 p.m. for Family and Community Day.

Men’s Golf
The Baldwin Wallace University men’s golf team finished sixth of eight teams at Ohio Athletic Conference Fall Invitational hosted by the Yellow Jackets at the Columbia Hills Country Club
BW carded a second-round 310 for a total of 609 strokes on the par-71 and 6,404-yard layout.
Otterbein University won the invitational with a total of 578 strokes and the University of Mount Union placed second with 594.  Matt Mosca of Otterbein was the medalist with an even-par 142.
BW was led by senior Stephen Spalding who had rounds of 73 and 76 for a total of 149, finishing tied for 10th individually.
Freshman Scott Schroeder, playing in just his second collegiate event, had rounds of 76 and 74 for a total of 150 to place tied for 14th.
Junior Adam Sanders had rounds of 73 and 80 for a 153 and senior August Ward added  rounds of 77 and 82 for a 159.
Finishing out the five-man squad was freshmen Matt Kershner who had rounds of 80 on each day for a total of 160.
Playing as individuals, junior Andy Ingram and freshman Colin Greig each had a two-day total of 156, as each shot 76 and 80.
Senior Chris Nader and junior Cody Lyon each finished with 160. Nader shot 74 and 86 and Lyon had rounds of 79 and 81. Freshmen Austin Griffith had rounds of 72 and 85 for 157 and freshmen Mike Devine had rounds of 80 and 82 for a 162.
Sophomore Connor Duplin shot 86 and 82 for a 168.
BW travels to Galena on Friday, Sept. 27 to compete in the Capital University Fall Invitational at Royal American Links.
The Yellow Jackets will then head to Alliance on Sunday and Monday, Sept. 29 and 30 to compete in the University of Mount Union Fall Invitational at Tannenhauf Golf Course.

Men’s Tennis
The Baldwin Wallace University men’s tennis team competed in the two-day Oberlin College Fall Invitational Tournament on the Don Hunsinger Courts.
In the third round of singles action, sophomore Peter Harris beat Sam Stephenson of Allegheny College by scores of 6-0 and 6-0. Freshman Nathan Katz defeated Matt McDivitt of Heidelberg University with scores of 6-0 and 6-1.
Freshman Brandon Caynor defeated Parker Oka-Wong of Oberlin College by scores of 4-6, 6-1, 10-7.
Rounding it out in singles play, freshman Letch Radomirov beat Ben Moore of Heidelberg University by scores of 3-6, 6-4, and 10-7.
In the third round of doubles play, the sophomore tandem of Doug Ganim and Harris defeated the Oberlin College team by the score of 8-5.
Freshman duo Brian Carano and Kevin Fredrick defeated the Oberlin tandem by a score of 8-2.
Senior Zach Elbin and Katz defeated the Allegheny team 8-4. BW’s final doubles team, freshman Jake Liebler and Radomirov beat the Heidelberg duo with a score of 9-7.
The Yellow Jacket men, 1-0 in dual matches and 53-2 during the past two years, end their fall schedule on September 27-30 at the annual ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis Association) Fall Central Region Tournament at Kalamazoo College in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
The college tennis season is divided into two portions with the Yellow Jackets playing two dual matches and in two tournaments during the fall.  The season resumes in late winter with the team’s annual Spring Break Trip to Hilton Head, South Carolina.

Women’s Cross Country
The Baldwin Wallace University women’s cross country team competed Saturday, Sept. 21 at the annual Otterbein Invitational hosted by Otterbein University.
The Yellow Jacket women totaled 317 points to rank 11th of 17 schools.
Leading the way for the women was sophomore Kali Fittro who finished 34th of 199 total runners in the 5,000-meter run with a time of 25:30.8.
Fittro was followed by senior Blair Vrcan in 62nd place in 26:29.6, senior Brooke Hradisky in 69th place in 26:48.3, sophomore Molly Rehor in 93rd place in 27:24.3 and senior Lauren Hutka 104th place in 27:32.8.
The Yellow Jackets are back in action Friday, Oct. 4 when they travel to Cedarville, to compete at the All-Ohio Cross Country Championships at 2 p.m.

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Women’s Soccer
The Yellow Jackets defeated Grove City (Pa.) College, 2-1, on Saturday, Sept. 14.
BW was led by senior forward Kari Trivisonno’s second game-winning goal of the season.
They hosted Case Western Reserve University on Wednesday, Sept. 18. BW won, 2-1.
Leading the way for the Jackets was once again Trivisonno, who recorded her third game-winning goal of the season.
Additionally, sophomore Emily Tallmadge faced 16 shots as she improved to 4-1 this season and earned her 16th career win.
BW defeated Ohio Wesleyan University, 2-0, on Saturday, Sept. 21.
Leading the team were seniors Lindsey Mikula and Heather Keller, who each tallied a goal.
Tallmadge allowed zero goals for her first shutout of the season and made four saves as she improved to 5-1 overall.
BW’s next home game is Saturday, Oct. 5, when they host Otterbein University.

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