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Cory Martin records 100th career hit for ONU

By Andrew Korba

Senior Cory Martin recorded his 100th career hit and the Ohio Northern baseball team turned a triple play in a double header split at Heidelberg on Sunday at Peaceful Valley Field.

The Polar Bears are now 12-13 on the season and 3-5 in OAC play, while the Student Princes fall to 13-15, 3-5.

In Game 2, Martin ripped a double down the left field line to tie the game at 3-3 in the eighth inning for his milestone hit.

He is the 56th player in ONU baseball history to reach 100 career hits.

Northern also turned a triple play in the third inning.

Joey Frank wins at number 1 singles and doubles

 

By Jeni Kmic

The Ohio Northern Men's Tennis team remained undefeated in the OAC with 9-0 win over Mount Union on Saturday afternoon at the University Courts.

The Polar Bears move to 11-4 overall and 5-0 in the OAC, while the Raiders drop to 11-4 and 2-3 in the OAC.

Senior Joey Frank and junior Do Thai were victorious at No. 1 doubles with an 8-2 win.

Freshman John Mostowy and junior Josh Saunders followed with an 8-5 win at the No. 2 doubles position.

The No. 3 tandem of sophomore Sam Prewitt and junior Blake Troller finished up the doubles sweep with a 9-7 win.

Cameron Johnson signs with Kitsap Pumas S.C. of USL Premier Development League

By Andrew Korba

Ohio Northern men's soccer player Cameron Johnson has signed to play with Kitsap Pumas S.C. (Wash.) of the USL Premier Development League.

The league is the top-level amateur competition in the United State and features 62 teams competing in four conferences.

Kitsap Pumas S.C. won the 2011 USL Premier Development League title and will begin its season on May 4.

In his four seasons at ONU, Johnson scored 45 goals and recorded 113 points, which are both fourth most all-time in program history.

Burns leads men's golf to fourth place finish at Trine (Ind.) A.C. Eddy Invitational

By Tim Glon

Junior Colin Burns carded a 5-over par 76 to lead the Ohio Northern men's golf team to a fourth place finish at the Trine (Ind.) A.C. Eddy Invitational on Wednesday at the Zollnerg Golf Course.

The Polar Bears (43-17-1 overall) finished fourth of six teams with a 318.

Trine won the team title with a 290, Huntington (Ind.) was second with a 298 and Calumet (Ind.) was third with a 312.

Burns finished tied for 11th out of 51 golfers with his 76 over the 6,384-yard, par-71 course.

Ada High School grad, Morgan Dumbaugh, will play in Jump 25 All Star Classic

By Andrew Korba

Ada High School graduate and Ohio Northern Unversity women's basketball player Morgan Dumbaugh will participate in the Jump 25 All Star Classic. Joining her is Joanna Snyder from Ft. Recovery, also an ONU team member.

The game is slated for Sunday, April 14, at 1:30 pm at Alumni Hall Gymnasium on the campus of Ohio Dominican. Admission to the game is $5.

Women's tennis posts victories over Heidelberg and Indiana Tech

By Caleb Scott

The Ohio Northern women's tennis topped OAC foe Heidelberg 9-0 and NAIA opponent Indiana Tech 8-1 on Tuesday at the University Courts.

The Polar Bears improve to 18-4 overall and the win over the Student Princes moves them to 4-0 in the OAC. Heidelberg falls to 2-8, 1-3 and Indiana Tech is now 3-9.

Against Heidelberg, juniors Lauren Rife and Michelle Tuma, sophomore Kristin Cellentani and freshman Christina Corbean and Rachael Miller all won twice to pace Northern.

Cellentani and Rife teamed up to win No. 2 doubles by an 8-1 margin.

Rife also won at No. 5 singles 6-0, 6-1 and Cellentani won at No. 3 singles 6-0, 6-0.

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