An update on Denison Athletics

Men’s baseball: 19-6 record, 7-1 in NCAC play

 

Shoutout: Outfielder Tanner Johnson ‘18. He’s batting .388 with 6 home runs, 38 RBI, 34 runs scored, and is 13-15 on stolen base attempts. He leads the team in all of those categories.

 

Up next: Double header against Ohio Wesleyan starting at 12 p.m. on Saturday, April 21 at Big Red Field.

 

Women’s softball: 15-7 record, 8-2 in NCAC play

 

Shoutout: Pitcher/Outfielder Sarah Herold ‘18. She has pitched to a 2.11 ERA across 66.1 innings. She has also struck out 73 opponents. At the plate, she’s hitting .342 with 2 home runs and 16 RBI.

 

Up next: Double header against Defiance away from home beginning at 3:30 p.m.

 

Men’s Lacrosse: 11-3 record, 5-1 in conference

 

Shoutout: Peter Pittroff ‘20. He leads the team in points with 71. 48 of those are assists. He has also earned a Division III player of the week nod this season.

 

Up next: Kenyon on Wednesday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m. at Deeds Field.

 

Women’s lacrosse: 10-2 record, 5-0 in NCAC play

 

Shoutout: Kelly Noonan ‘20. She leads the team in points with 52, and goals with 41. She has also scooped 11 ground balls on the season.

 

Up next: Wednesday, April 18 at John Carroll University at 6:30 p.m.

 

Men’s tennis: 10-4 record, 4-0 in NCAC West play

 

Shoutout: Mitchell Thai ‘21. The freshman has started the year off very strong, playing to a 16-7 record so far this year. He will look to maintain strong play going forward as the year winds down.

 

Up next: Against Oberlin, at Oberlin, on Sunday, April 22 at 1 p.m.

 

Women’s tennis: 11-7 record, 3-0 in NCAC West play

 

Shoutout: Ashley Hammons ‘(). She will head to conference play with a record of 10-5, including 8-2 in her last 10 matches.

 

Up next: The NCAC Championships in Indianapolis, Indiana, beginning on Friday, April 27.

 

Men’s track and field: Finished between places four and eleven at meets dating all the way back to January

 

Shoutout: David Carter ‘19. The 2016 All-American in the triple jump continues to excel at the event, including a second place finish at last week’s All-Ohio Championships.

 

Up next: The Jesse Owens Classic in Columbus, Ohio on Friday, April 20.

 

Women’s track and field: Finished between fourth and sixteenth in meets dating back to January.

 

Shoutout: Hannah Hall ‘18. The 2017 All-American in the high jump finished sixth in the event at the All-Ohio Championships.

 

Up next: The Jesse Owens Classic in Columbus, Ohio on Friday, April 20.

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