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College Scene: Elmwood's Hammer named first-team All-MAC (05-29-13) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Wednesday, 29 May 2013 10:34
(Editor's Note: The College Scene updates the activities of athletes from Wood County high schools and county residents who are playing sports at the college level. It is published once a month and includes sports currently in season as well as any recent college signings, and honors or awards.
Today's College Scene is for last names ending in A through M. Part two will be published in the near future.
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Ben Hammer, from Elmwood High School, has earned first-team All-Mid-American Conference baseball honors.
A fifth-year senior at Toledo, Hammer hit .330 this season with 12 doubles, one triple and four home runs.  He had a team-high 48 RBI and scored 28 runs.
Hammer also had a 1.000 fielding percentage, making 84 putouts.
Toledo was 25-32 overall and Hammer played in 51 games, makings 30 starts.
For his career, Hammer hit .297 in 710 at-bats with 27 doubles, three triples, seven home runs, 15 stolen bases, 51 runs scored and 126 RBI.
Casey Adamcik, from Perrysburg High School, was a senior on the Ohio Northern University cross country and track team this season.
In voting released earlier this month, Adamcik earned All-Ohio Athletic Conference honors for cross country.
This academic year, Adamcik posted her career best in the 3,000-meter steeplechase. The marketing major also posted career best times in the cross country season in both the 5k and the 6k.
To be considered for this honor, an athlete must be sophomore standing, be a varsity member and have a cumulative grade-point-average of at least 3.50.
Casey Akenberger, from Bowling Green High School, was a freshman on the Jacksonville State softball team this season.
She appeared in 16 games, making eight starts and pitching five complete games.
Akenberger was 3-6 with two saves, striking out 25 and walking 33.
Jacksonville State was 30-27 overall.
Brooke Albright, from Eastwood High School, was a senior on the Otterbein University softball team. Otterbein was 17-17 overall.
Albright started all 34 games for Otterbein (17-17) hitting .287 with four doubles, two triples, nine RBI and 12 runs scored.
A business administration major, Albright was an All-Ohio Athletic Conference academic selection.
To be considered for this honor, an athlete must be sophomore standing, be a varsity member and have a cumulative grade-point-average of at least 3.50.
Andrea Alt, from Perrysburg High School, ran a personal best in the 3,000 steeplechase at the Mid-American Conference championships. She finished seventh in 10:48.25.
She was also 10th in the 5,000 (17:24.37) at the MAC meet.
Morgan Arnold, from Elmwood High School, was a sophomore on the University of Findlay softball team. The Oilers were 27-15.
She played in 26 of Findlay's 42 games hitting .226 with three doubles, three home runs and 19 RBI.
Brittany Dauterman, from Elmwood High School, was a senior on the University of Findlay softball team. The Oilers were 27-15.
Dauterman was a first-team All-Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference selection for the second straight year.
This season, she hit .364 with a team-high 17 doubles along with two triples and four home runs. She also had 33 RBI and scored 24 runs. The 17 doubles currently rank her eighth in the nation.
She also pitched in 18 games, making 18 starts and going 11-7 with one saves in 1142‚Ñ3 innings. Dauterman struck out 83 and walked 36 with a 3.17 earned run average.
For her career, Dauterman hit 22 home runs and had 136 RBI. She had a 25-22 career pitching record.
Katie Dewyre, from Eastwood High School, was a junior on the Adrian College softball team. The Bulldogs were 19-17.
She started every game for the Bulldogs and led the team with a .417 batting average, 28 runs scored, and 62 total bases. She was also second on the team with 23 RBI and 48 hits.
She was 5-for-13 in the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association tournament.
Taylor Dimmerling, from Perrysburg High School, was a senior on the Eastern Michigan University baseball team.
He appeared in 21 games, going 2-1 with a 3.81 earned run average. He walked 18 and struck out 18 in 281‚Ñ3 innings.
Katie Dunphy, a senior at Perrysburg High School, will be attending the University of Findlay to play softball in the 2013-14 academic year.
Shane Edwards, from Perrysburg High School, plans to attend Wittenberg University and play basketball.
Edwards averaged 16.4 points, 4.1 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game this past season
He was a first-team All-Northern Lakes League and All-Wood County selection.
Cameron Gardner, from Perrysburg High School, is a junior on the University of Cincinnati women's track and field team.
At the Big East Conference meet, Gardner was eighth in the heptathlon. She won the 200 (24.45) and was third in the shot put (12.05 meters) and fourth in the javelin (31.86 meters).
Miranda Garmenn, from Otsego High School, recently signed her national letter of intent to play volleyball at West Liberty University, a NCAA Division II school in West Liberty, W. Va. She plans to study exercise science.
Kim Granata, from Perrysburg High School, was a freshman softball player at Kent State University.
She played in 10 games, making one start, for the Golden Flashes.
Kent Sate was 27-21-1 overall.
Jacob Hankish, from Lake High School, has committed to attend Heidelberg University and play football in the fall.
Hankish, 6-foot-2, 250 pounds, was a lineman for the Flyers.
Kris Hayward, from Eastwood High School, was a freshman on the University of Findlay baseball team this spring. The Oilers were 19-26.
Hayward played in 15 games and had one triple and one RBI while hitting .190.
Ryan Hotmer, from Lake High School, is a junior on the Saginaw Valley State baseball team. The Cardinals were 16-24.
Hotmer played in 39 games, starting 37. He hit .256 with seven doubles, one triple and two home runs. Hotmer drove in 23 runs and scored 20.
Jake Ireland, from Bowling Green High School, was a freshman on the University of Findlay baseball team this spring. The Oilers were 19-26.
He appeared in four games, going 1-0 with three strikeouts, pitching five innings.
Ryan Kohlhofer, from Lake High School, was a freshman on the Defiance College baseball team.
He played in 34 games, making 32 starts, and hit .281 with four doubles, 16 runs scored and 13 RBI.
Defiance was 20-16.
Zach Kolvey, from Perrysburg High School, was a sophomore on the Adrian College baseball team. The Bulldogs finished 32-15.
Kolvey played in 21 games, making 12 starts. He hit .289 with four doubles, a home run and 17 RBI.
Matt Kruzel, from Perrysburg High School, will be a  junior on the Wright State University baseball team in the 2013-14 academic year.
A left-handed pitcher, Kruzel played the last two years at Sinclair Community College.
Andrew Lee, from Elmwood High School, was a senior on the University of Findlay baseball team. The Oilers were 19-26.
He appeared in nine games this season, going 0-2, in 11 innings of work.
Lindsay Lehman, from Otsego High School, has been named to the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference championships of character team.
A sophomore on the women's golf team at Lourdes University, Lehman was honored for displaying the five core values of NAIA: integrity, respect, responsibility, sportsmanship, and servant leadership.
She played all 14 rounds over the 12 events, averaging 98.9 for the season. Lehman posted three top-10 finishes and turned in a season's best round of 88 at both the Red Wolves/Gray Wolves Challenge as well as the Lourdes Fall Finale.
Jay Marquette, a resident of Rossford, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball at Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn.
Marquette played the last two seasons at Owens Community College.
Marquette started 21 of 36 games as a sophomore, while averaging 4.3 points, 3.9 rebounds, 1.6 assists and one steal per game last season.
In his two-year career, he started 43 of 68 games and averaged 4.9 points, 3.9 rebounds, two assists and just over one steal per game.
Marquette totaled 332 points, 265 rebounds, 137 assists and 72 steals in two years.
Ali Mass, a resident of Walbridge, was a junior on the Lourdes College volleyball team.
She has been named the female student-athlete of the year for demonstrating a commitment to academic success and leadership among their teammates, peers, and within the Lourdes Community.
Mason Mayberry, from Bowling Green High School, was a freshman on the University of Findlay baseball team this spring. Findlay was 19-26.
Mayberry made eight appearances, with one start, going 1-1 in 82‚Ñ3 innings of work with eight strike outs and 10 walks.
Peter Munger, from Perrysburg High School, is a freshman on the Ohio Wesleyan baseball team.
Munger finished 3-2 with a 4.03 earned-run-average as OWU went 17-15.
He appeared in 11 game, making five starts. In 442‚Ñ3 innings, He struck out 12 and walked 12.
 

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