|Sports Briefs: 6-1-13|
|Written by Sentinel Sports Staff|
|Friday, 31 May 2013 23:31|
Delas, Jaso named
Mark Delas of Perrysburg and Tiger Jaso of Lakota were first-team selections on the All-Ohio baseball teams selected by the state coaches association.
Delas, a junior infielder/pitcher, was honored as the utility player in Division I.
Jaso, an infielder, was honored in Division IV.
Delas batted .408 and had one home run, 31 runs batted in and 23 runs. He was 6-1 pitching with a 1.58 earned-run average.
Jaso, a senior, hit .640 with one homer, seven RBI and 23 runs.
Perrysburg senior pitcher Nick Munger was an honorable-mention selection in Division I. He was 8-1 with a 2.27 ERA.
Four women golfers earn
MAC academic honors
CLEVELAND — The Bowling Green State University women’s golf team had four players named Academic All-Mid-American Conference.
Amy Ruthenberg and Shelby Wilson earned All-MAC status, while Bailey Arnold and Patricia Holt were named honorable mention.
Ruthenberg completed her BG career with a 3.932 grade-point-average in human movement sport and leisure.
Wilson, who will be a junior in 2013-14, has a 3.946 GPA in pre-nursing.
Arnold, a senior next year, is a biology major with a 3.365 GPA.
Holt, a junior next year, is a sport management with a 3.728.
Two Falcon men’s golfers
earn academic honors
CLEVELAND — Joe Cooper and Chris Melvin, two members of the Bowling Green State University men’s golf team, have earned Mid-American Conference honorable mention academic honors
Cooper, who will be a junior next year, is majoring in individualized business.
Melvin, who will be a senior in 2013-14, is major in finance.
MAC gives institutional awards
CLEVELAND — The top Mid-American Conference institutional awards as Kent State University was honored with the Reese Trophy in men’s competition, while the Miami University was honored with the Jacoby Trophy in women’s competition.
Kent State won its eighth all-time Reese Trophy. Kent State has won the Reese Trophy for the fifth consecutive year and for the sixth time in the last eight years. Bowling Green was 10th.
The complete list was: 1) Kent State; 2) Ball State; 3) Akron; 4) Toledo; 5) Eastern Michigan; 6) Northern Illinois; 7) Central Michigan; 8) Buffalo; 9) Ohio; 10) Bowling Green; 11) Western Michigan; 12) Miami.
Miami won the Jacoby Trophy for the third time in the last six seasons. Bowling Green finished seventh.
The complete list was: 1) Miami; 2) Central Michigan; 3) Kent State; 4) Toledo; 5) Eastern Michigan; 6) Akron; 7) Bowling Green; 8) Ohio; 9) Western Michigan; 10) Ball State; 11) Buffalo; 12) Northern Illinois.
For the Reese and Jacoby Trophies, points are awarded based on each school’s finish, with the overall total divided by the number of sports sponsored by each school. An institution may count either indoor track and field or outdoor track and field, but not both.
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