Bite-Sized Sports: April 20th, 2012




Ram Jam, The College of Wooster men’s ultimate frisbee team, advanced to regionals for the first time in school history last weekend. The team won four out of six games at conferences in Versailles, Ohio, defeating Oberlin College, John Carroll University, Xavier University and Ohio Wesleyan University. The 15-13 victory over Ohio Wesleyan earned them the fourth spot in the regional tournament. Regionals will take place in Gambier, Ohio on April 28 and 29. Joining Ram Jam from its section will be teams from Kenyon College, Ohio Northern University and Denison University.





The Scots men’s lacrosse team defeated Oberlin College 7-5 on April 11 to wrap up their home season. Matt Ranck ’13 led Wooster with three goals. PJ Stallman ’15 and Patrick Schlick ’13 had two goals apiece as the Scots held off a Yeomen rally in the second half. Wooster led 6-1 at halftime, but Oberlin scored three goals in a row before Dallman got an insurance goal at the end of the third quarter. The women’s team earned a road victory over Kenyon College on April 14. Cassie Greenbaum ’14 led the way with three goals and Shawna Ferris ’13 got the win with eight saves. The Scots played at Allegheny College on Wednesday after press time.





The Wooster men’s and women’s tennis teams both lost 9-0 to Kenyon College on Monday. The strongest singles performance from the Wooster women came from Lauren Grimanis ’12, who lost 6-4, 6-3. In doubles, Ashley Stockwell ’12 and Lauren Gilliss ’13 lost by a respectable 8-5 score. Kenyon’s men are ranked in the top five nationally, and it showed against the Scots. In doubles, Zack Rotter ’14 and Nick Biniker ’14 fell 8-3. In singles action, Paul Thomas ’14 was defeated 6-2, 6-3 and Jacob Pine ’15 fell 6-3, 6-0. The Scots traveled to Denison University on Wednesday after press time.




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