COLUMBUS, Ohio – A quartet of former Ohio Dominican University student-athletes in Adam Arnett, Joe Janusik, Katie Moloney and Cris Reisert will be inducted into the Black & Gold Athletic Hall of Fame, presented by Nationwide Children’s Sports Medicine, during Homecoming weekend, Sept. 20 and 21.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Ohio Dominican head baseball coach, Christopher Antonides, has announced the date for the 2019-20 open tryout for the students enrolled in Fall 2019 semester classes. The tryouts, which will take place at Frank Damian Field at Panther Valley, located on the east side of the campus, will be held at 4 p.m., Friday, Aug. 23.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Former Ohio Dominican pitcher Brad Wilson continues his professional baseball journey, as he was recently called up to the New Hampshire Fisher Cats, the Double-A affiliate of the Toronto Blue Jays.
Senior catcher Colin Kaucher (Toledo, Ohio) was named First Team All-Midwest Region by the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) while being selected Second Team All-Midwest Region by the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA).
Seniors Genesis Hillard (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Colin Kaucher (Toledo, Ohio) and sophomore Tim Zeller (Mount Vernon, Ohio) were each named to the D2CCA All-Midwest Region team in voting conducted by sports information directors.
Ohio Dominican’s baseball team fought off elimination for one more game, defeating Lake Erie 6-4 to start day three of the G-MAC Tournament, but the Panthers saw their season end with an 11-3 setback to Kentucky Wesleyan Friday evening at Prasco Park.
Facing elimination from the G-MAC Tournament, senior Mitchell Bault (Maineville, Ohio) twirled a complete game effort against the conference’s top offense as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team earned an 8-1 win over Walsh at Prasco Park Wednesday evening.
Senior Genesis Hillard (Cincinnati, Ohio) and Colin Kaucher (Toledo, Ohio) were named First Team All-Great Midwest in voting conducted by the league’s head coaches, and five other Ohio Dominican baseball players were also honored by the conference on Tuesday.
Ohio Dominican’s baseball team will enter the G-MAC Tournament as the No. 2 seed as the Panthers finished off a four-game sweep of Hillsdale on Sunday, winning the opener 9-2 and taking the nightcap 12-10.
Senior right hander Mitchell Bault (Maineville, Ohio) was named the G-MAC Pitcher of the Week for the third time this season, but Ohio Dominican’s baseball team would fall 13-2 to Walsh in the series finale on Monday in Panther Valley.
After falling 6-2 in the opener to No. 21 Ashland, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team came back from a 5-1 deficit in the sixth inning but could not complete the comeback, suffering a 5-4 setback in game two on Monday.
Sophomore Tim Zeller (Mount Vernon, Ohio) hit a pair of homers and freshman Michael Lang (Cincinnati, Ohio) also homered, but Ohio Dominican’s baseball team couldn’t protect a 7-2 lead as Ashland won 8-7 in walkoff fashion in the ninth.
After being limited to seven total runs on Saturday, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team broke out the bats on Monday, scoring 36 runs in sweeping Lake Erie by scores of 12-9 and 24-11 in G-MAC play at Classic Park.
Lake Erie hit a go-ahead home run in the eighth inning of game one and in the sixth inning of game two as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team suffered defeats of 4-3 and 6-4 Saturday afternoon in G-MAC play.
Trailing 10-6 going into the ninth inning, Ohio Dominican’s baseball team scored five times in the top of the frame, then threw out the potential tying run at the plate with two outs to seal an 11-10 win at Indianapolis to split a non-league doubleheader Wednesday.
Freshman Joel Roediger (Wapakoneta, Ohio) allowed just two runs over 6.0 innings and senior Chris Sackett (Loveland, Ohio) hit a go-ahead two-run double as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team took game two 4-3 from Trevecca on Saturday.
Home runs by senior Colin Kaucher (Toledo, Ohio) and Joey Machuga (Canfield, Ohio) backed a complete game effort from senior Garret Sendelbach (Tiffin, Ohio) as Ohio Dominican’s baseball team bested Trevecca 12-2 in game two Friday evening.
Ohio Dominican’s baseball team set a school and G-MAC record with 17 walks and tied a school-record with a 12-run inning as the Panthers closed the weekend with a 27-9 win over Davis & Elkins on Saturday. The Panthers had dropped the opener 7-4.