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Senior Heather Keller has a team-leading eight goals this season.

Women’s Soccer

The Baldwin Wallace University women’s soccer team tied the school record for wins  in a season as it defeated Marietta College, 5-1, on Seniors’ & Parents’ Day on Saturday, Nov. 2.
The Yellow Jackets (14-5, 5-4 OAC) tied both the OAC-champion team of 1992 (14-4-1) and the 1997 team (14-5-2) for most wins in a season.
Following a scoreless first half, BW opened the scoring in the 52nd minute when senior defender Sami Riveron scored on a header off of a deflection for her second goal on the season.  The goal was assisted by senior forward Kari Trivisonno.
The Yellow Jacket lead did not last long as Marietta (2-16, 0-9 OAC) scored in the 57th minute when senior forward Mattie Stowell scored her second goal of the season and was assisted by junior forward Stevie Reilly.
BW responded with four unanswered goals to end the game.
The first came in the 74th minute when senior midfielder Lindsey Mikula scored on a header off a free kick from senior defender Emily Sanders for her third goal of the season.
The Yellow Jackets tacked on their third goal of the game in the 79th minute when sophomore forward Cheryl Bell scored her fourth goal of the season on an assist from senior defender Margo Laseak.
Junior forward Nicole Boyd scored her second goal of the season on a cross from sophomore forward Audrie Wolfe to push the lead to 4-1 just 51 seconds later.
BW closed out the scoring when senior forward Heather Keller scored her team-leading eighth goal of the season in the 86th minute.
In goal for the Yellow Jackets, sophomore All-OAC goalkeeper Emily Tallmadge faced five shots, allowed one goal and made three saves as her record improved to 12-5 overall.  Senior Kristina Mathur played the final 1:17 and did not face a shot.
BW outshot the Pioneers by a 29-5 count and had a 14-2 advantage in corner kicks.

Men’s Soccer

The Yellow Jacket men’s soccer team defeated Marietta College, 2-0, in an Ohio Athletic Conference match on Saturday, Nov. 2.
After a scoreless first half, the Yellow Jackets (7-10-3, 5-4 OAC) opened the scoring in the 48th minute when junior forward Cody Smith scored his third goal of the season on a double assist from sophomore forward Zach Smith and junior midfielder Michael Brennan.
Just over two minutes later, BW doubled its lead to 2-0 in the 51st minute when junior defender Trey Arney scored his first goal of the season and his fourth of his career off the  corner from freshman midfielder Patrick O’Malley.
In goal for BW, senior Tyler Beaton faced nine shots, allowed zero goals and made four saves as his record improved to 7-7-2 overall.
The Yellow Jackets outshot Marietta by a 19-9 count and had a 9-6 advantage in corner kicks.

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Football

Junior running back Nolan Sordyl ran for a career-high 193 yards in 23 attempts and scored one touchdown as the Baldwin Wallace University football team defeated visiting Capital University, 28-12, on Professor Appreciation Day on Saturday, Oct. 26.
The Yellow Jackets led 7-6 after one quarter, 14-12 at halftime and 21-12 after three quarters. BW out-gained Capital, 383 yards to 312 yards, including 328-216 on the ground.
Also for BW, junior quarterbacks Michael Slack and Kyle Ohradzansky split the duties for the sixth straight game. Slack completed  2-of-4 for 30 yards with one TD and two interceptions. Ohradzansky completed 3-of-6 passes for 25 yards with a TD. He also ran for 21 yards in three attempts.
In addition to Sordyl on the ground, senior two-time All-OAC multi-purpose player Josiah Holt ran for 85 yards in 11 attempts and caught one pass for a 19 yards for a  TD and sophomore running back Isaac Reed III ran for 50 yards in eight attempts.
The top receiver was senior wide receiver Kevin Johnson with two receptions for 17 yards and a TD. He also recovered a fumble for a TD. The defense was led by junior CAPITAL ONE Academic All-America candidate and safety Joe Kasper with a career-high 12 tackles.
Sophomore running back Isaac Reed ran for 101 yards in 15 attempts with two touchdowns as the BW defeated host Marietta College, 31-7, on Saturday, Nov. 2 in an Ohio Athletic Conference game at Don Drumm Stadium. The victory was BW’s fourth straight.
The game was tied 7-7 after one quarter, BW led 14-7 at halftime and 21-7 after three quarters. Marietta out-gained BW, 360 yards to 313 yards, but BW had a decisive 255-165 advantage in rushing yards.
With its win, BW is 6-2 overall, 5-2 in the OAC, has won four straight games and now owns a 31-5 all-time series advantage against the Pioneers, including seven straight wins. With its loss, Marietta drops to 1-7 overall and 1-6 in the OAC.
Also for BW, Ohradzansky completed 7-of-10 passes for 58 yards and ran for 44 yards and a TD.  The top receiver was junior tight end Darryl Jones with two receptions for 19 yards. The defense was led by senior Academic All-OAC linebacker David Flegal with a career-high 18 tackles, sophomore safety Jerry Scholle had 11 tackles and had a pair of interceptions and senior LB Dan O’Brien with 10 tackles and an interception that he returned for a TD.

Swimming and Diving

The Baldwin Wallace University swimming and diving team defeated Hiram College, 232-196, in the second round of the Second Annual Cleveland College Dual Meet Championships at Oberlin College on Saturday, Nov. 2.  BW opened the tournament by losing to The College of Wooster.
The scoring for the meet was a combined team score instead of separate men’s and women’s scores.
The men were led by sophomore Justin Allison who won the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 22.80 and the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 51.30. Junior Bryan Gerber placed first in the 400-yard IM in a time of 4:43.25 and the 200-yard breaststroke with a time of 2:23.85. Freshman Jacob Burk placed first in the 1000-yard freestyle in a time of 10:35.50. The 400-yard medley relay team consisting of freshman Basem Magd, Gerber, sophomore Nathan Onchuck, and Allison won in a time of 4:10.94.
In addition, Onchuck placed second in both the 50-yard freestyle and the 100-yard freestyle in times of 23.48 and 52.74, respectively. Sophomore Nick Mossing took second in the 200-yard freestyle in a time of 2:02.27 and the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2:16.37. Senior Bryan Hitch II placed second in the 500-yard freestyle with a time of 5:49.49. Junior Sean Rudolph Jr. took second in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 2:29.48. The 400-yard freestyle relay team consisting of Mossing, Magd, Hitch, and sophomore Henry Hammond placed second with a time of 4:02.01.
The women were led by senior Angela Musille who won the 400-yard IM with a time of 5:04.62 and the 200-yard breaststroke in a time of 2:35.22. Sophomore Chandler Ashbaugh took first in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:08.00 and placed second in the 200-yard butterfly in a time of 2:39.01. Senior Emma Gerdes won the 200-yard backstroke with a time of 2:19.69. Senior Caitlin Wilson placed first in the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 2:34.20. Freshman Alice Clark  won the 1-meter diving event with 219.40 points and placed second in the 3-meter diving event with 226.30 points. Freshman Brianna Kljun won the 3-meter diving event with 226.60 points and placed second in the 1-meter diving event with 206.40 points. The 400-yard medley relay team consisting of Gerdes, Musille, Ashbaugh, and junior Kayla Eyster won in a time of 4:22.09.
In addition, Eyster placed second in the 1000-yard freestyle with a time of 12:04.33. Freshman Becca Weil took second in the 200-yard freestyle with a time of 2:08.93 and the 500-yard freestyle in a time of 5:45.14. Senior Kayla Miller placed second in the 50-yard freestyle in a time of 27.30 and the 100-yard freestyle with a time of 1:01.40. Junior Olivia Vocke took second in the 200-yard breaststroke in a time of 2:44.57. The 400-yard freestyle relay team consisting of Vocke, Miller, senior Emily Deaton, and Weil placed second in a time of 4:11.83.
The Yellow Jackets compete tomorrow in the third and final round. The next home meet is on Dec. 14 when BW hosts Ursuline University in a women’s-only dual meet in the BW Natatorium in the Lou Higgins Center at noon.

Wrestling

The Baldwin Wallace University wrestling team opened its 2013-2014 season by hosting the six-team BW Open Tournament in the Lou Higgins Center Fieldhouse on Saturday, Nov. 2.  The tournament included NCAA Division II schools Ashland University, Tiffin University and Wheeling Jesuit (W.Va.) University, NAIA Indiana Tech, the and fellow NCAA Division III member College of Mount St. Joseph.
Leading the way for BW were sophomores 125-pounder Jesse Gunter and 157-pounder Garrett Chase who each won their individual weight class.
Gunter had a 2-0 record as he won his first match with a 6-2 decision against Justin Agee of Indiana Tech and then beat Joshua Henderson of Wheeling Jesuit by major decision, 13-4, in the championship match.
Chase had a 3-0 slate as he pinned Mason Calvert of Ashland in 4:03, beat Kyle Burns of Ashland, 7-3, in the semifinals and then defeated Nick Mason of Ashland University in the title match by a score of 4-2.
Placing second were freshman 184-pounder Andrew Shackelford and sophomore 197-pounder Lane Louive. Shackelford had a 2-1 mark but was beaten by Tanner Martin of Indiana Tech by major decision, 15-5, in the championship match. Louive had a 3-1 mark but was pinned in his championship match by Ashland’s Joseph Brandt at 2:14.
Tomorrow the Yellow Jackets travel to Washington, Pennsylvania.

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