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Women's golf: Wraps up fall schedule Wittenberg Pat Clouse Invitational

By Tim Glon

The Ohio Northern women's golf team wrapped up its Fall schedule with a 12th place finish at the Wittenberg Pat Clouse Invitational Saturday and Sunday at the Springfield Country Club.

The Polar Bears (14-24 overall) finished with 739 strokes.

Junior Megan Conley  led the Polar Bears with a 91-81—172 to finish 26th out of 79 golfers on the par-72, 5800-yard course.

Freshman Ariana Tomasula  tied for 45th with a 96-87—183, freshman Hannah Whisler  tied for 55th with a 96-94—190 and junior Allison Fye  tied for 60th with a 98-96—194.

Here's the update on all the ONU fall sports teams

Last Week at Ohio Northern:

   Football - Lost 17-38 at Baldwin Wallace
   Volleyball - Won 3-0 H v Wooster; Won 3-1 at Baldwin Wallace
   #11 M Soccer - Lost 0-2 H v Capital; Won 4-0 H v Baldwin Wallace
   W Soccer - Won 3-0 H v Baldwin Wallace
   MXC - Idle
   WXC - Idle
   MGolf - t4th of 7 at Taylor (Ind.) Invitational
   WGolf - 12th of 15 at Wittenberg Fall Invitational
   MTennis - Fall Season Complete
   WTennis - Fall Season Complete
  
This Week's Schedule:

Crestview offense amasses 423 yards in win over Ada

By Dusty Donley

The vaunted Crestview offense amassed 423 yards on the ground and rode a 29 point second quarter to a 63-12 thrashing of the visiting Bulldogs on Oct. 11. The loss drops Ada to 5-2 overall and 4-1 in the Northwest Conference.

The Knights began their offensive show early in the first quarter when quarterback Preston Zaleski found Nate Owens for an 11 yard touchdown. The extra point gave Crestview a 7-0 lead with just over seven minutes to play in the first quarter.

Men's golf rallies for 4th place finish at Taylor Invite

By Tim Glon

The Ohio Northern men's golf team rallied with a solid second round to finish tied for fourth out of eight teams at the Taylor (Ind.) Invitational Monday and Tuesday at the Egypt Valley Country Club.

The Polar Bears (23-17-1 overall), responded with a 14-over par 302 on Tuesday after posting a 33-over par 321 in Monday's opening round of the 36-hole tournament.

Sophomore Brandon Lambert  led Ohio Northern with a 4-over par 76-72—148 on the par-72, 7111-yard course.

Junior Andrew Quintrell  and freshman Blaine Ricketts  tied with 157s and sophomore Rick Deichert  finished with a 161.

Heath Jackson scores first-ever TD reception in BGSU win over U of Mass

MORE PHOTOS AT BOTTOM OF STORY

Story and photos by Donald Traxler

Heath Jackson, Ada High School graduate and BGSU red-shirt junior wide receiver, scored his first ever touchdown reception for the Falcons in their 28-7 homecoming win over the University of Massachusetts Minutemen at Doyt L. Perry Stadium. 

The Falcons are now 5-1 on the season and 3-0 in the Mid American Conference, East Division.  The homecoming crowd of 13,799 witnessed a stingy BG defense with the Minutemen scoring their only touchdown late in the fourth quarter against the second string defense.

Men's soccer: Bears falls to Capital 2-0

By Andrew Korba

The No. 11 Ohio Northern men's soccer team dropped a 2-0 contest to Capital on Wednesday afternoon at the ONU Soccer Field.

The Polar Bears fall to 9-3-0 on the season and 1-1-0 in OAC play, while the Crusaders improve to 4-4-3, 1-1-0.

ONU had a chance to strike early in the 12th minute.

Senior Jeremy Barnes  dribbled into the box and rocketed a shot that hit the crossbar.

Freshman Matt Kinkopf  was able to get the rebound and fire a shot, but his attempt was saved by Capital goalie Bob Weisgarber.

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