Women s 2004-2005 schedules
Nov. 14-Ohio All-Stars (Exh), 2
Nov. 19-Cincinnati, 7
Nov. 24-at Marquette, 6
Nov. 27-Dayton, 7
Nov. 29-Loyola, 7
Dec. 2-at Youngstown State, 7
Dec. 6-at Massachusetts, 7
Dec. 11-at Cleveland State, tba
Dec. 20-22-at San Juan Shootout, tba
Dec. 30-St. Francis, Pa., 7
Jan. 5-Ball State, 7
Jan. 8-at Akron, tba
Jan. 11-Northern Illinois, 7
Jan. 15-Bowling Green, tba
Jan. 18-at Central Michigan, tba
Jan. 22-at Miami, tba
Jan. 26-Buffalo, 7
Jan. 29-at Marshall, tba
Feb. 5-at Western Michigan, 2 p.m.
Feb. 8-Central Michigan, 7
Feb. 12-Ohio U., tba
Feb. 16-at Northern Illinois, tba
Feb. 19-Kent State, tba
Feb. 22-at Ball State, tba
Feb. 26-at Bowling Green, tba
Mar. 1-Eastern Michigan, 7
Mar. 5-MAC tourney first round, tba
Mar. 9-MAC tourney quarterfinal, Gund Arena, tba
Mar. 11-MAC tourney semifinals, Gund Arena, tba
Mar. 12-MAC tourney finals, Gund Arena, tba
Nov. 8: AAU Premier All-Stars (exhibition), 7 p.m.
Nov. 12: at Ohio State (Women s NIT)
Nov. 14: Preseason Women s NIT, second round
Nov. 17: Preseason Women s NIT, semifinal
Nov. 19: at IPFW
Nov. 20: Preseason Women s NIT, championship
Nov. 27: at Duquesne
Nov. 30: Youngstown State, 7 p.m.
Dec. 4: vs. Lehigh (at Brown Classic)
Dec. 5: vs. Winthrop/at Brown (at Brown Classic)
Dec. 10: at New Mexico (at Lobo Shootout)
Dec. 11: vs. San Diego State/Utah State (at Lobo Shootout)
Dec. 18: at St. Francis, Pa.
Dec. 20: at Robert Morris
Dec. 30: Bucknell, 7 p.m.
Jan. 5: at Buffalo
Jan. 8: at Western Michigan
Jan. 12: Eastern Michigan, 7 p.m.
Jan. 15: at Toledo
Jan. 19: Miami, 7 p.m.
Jan. 22: Western Michigan, 1 p.m.
Jan. 26: at Kent State
Feb. 2: Northern Illinois, 7 p.m.
Feb. 5: Ohio, 1 p.m.
Feb. 8: at Ball State
Feb. 12: at Akron
Feb. 15: Central Michigan, 7 p.m.
Feb. 19: at Eastern Michigan
Feb. 23: Marshall, 7 p.m.
Feb. 26: Toledo, 1 p.m.
March 1: at Northern Illinois
March 5: MAC Tournament first round (campus sites)
March 9, 11-12: MAC Tournament (at Gund Arena, Cleveland)
Sep. 4 at Minnesota, 9
Sep. 11 at Kansas, 7
Sep. 18 at E. Michigan, 6
Sep. 25 Temple, 7
Oct. 2 Ball St., 7
Oct. 9 at W. Michigan, 7
Oct. 16 Ohio, 7
Oct. 23 Cent. Michigan, 7
Nov. 2 at Miami (Ohio), 7:30
Nov. 9 at N. Illinois, 7:30
Nov. 23 Bowling Green, 7
Sep. 4 at Oklahoma, Noon
Sep. 11 SE Missouri, 6
Sep. 24 at N. Illinois, 7
Oct. 2 at Temple, 2
Oct. 9 at Cent. Michigan, 1
Oct. 16 Ball St., 4
Oct. 23 at Ohio, 2
Oct. 30 E. Michigan, 6
Nov. 6 W. Michigan, 4
Nov. 13 Marshall, 4
Nov. 23 at Toledo, 7
Sep. 4 Cincinnati, Noon
Sep. 11 Marshall, 3:30
Sep. 18 at N.C. State, 3:30
Oct. 2 at Northwestern, TBA
Oct. 9 Wisconsin, TBA
Oct. 16 at Iowa, TBA
Oct. 23 Indiana, TBA
Oct. 30 Penn St., TBA
Nov. 6 at Michigan St., TBA
Nov. 13 at Purdue, TBA
Nov. 20 Michigan, 1
Sep. 4 Miami (Ohio), Noon
Sep. 11 at Notre Dame, 3:30
Sep. 18 San Diego St., Noon
Sep. 25 Iowa, TBA
Oct. 2 at Indiana, TBA
Oct. 9 Minnesota, TBA
Oct. 16 at Illinois, TBA
Oct. 23 at Purdue, TBA
Oct. 30 Michigan St., TBA
Nov. 13 Northwestern, TBA
Nov. 20 at Ohio St., 1
MAUMEE 3, WHITMER 1: M Albright, Heshley, Powell; W Whitacre.
AIRPORT 6, BLISSFIELD 0
NORTHWOOD 6, CARDINAL STRITCH 6
COPLEY 0, NORTHVIEW 0
STRITCH 6, NORTHWOOD 6: S Hadley 2, Shomody 2, Brentlinger, Bonnell. N Me. Gregory 3, Reighard 2, Kamilaris.
OAK HARBOR 10, LAKE 1
NORTHWOOD 176, DANBURY 182: N-Langenderfer 41, Coduti 45, Scharer 45, Posce 45; D- Bauer 43, Clifton 44, Ogelsbee 46, Westine 49.
SPRINGFIELD 4, WHITMER 1: Arvello (S) d. Barton 6-2, 6-1; L. Hamilton (S) d. Wainscott 6-1, 6-0; Myers (S) Seibold 6-1, 6-1; Hantzsch-Binkley (S) d. Rowell-Lord 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; Lagger-McDonald (W) d. Mahlman-Webber 6-3, 6-1.
ARCHBOLD 4, FREMONT ROSS 1: Sauder (A) d. Michaels 6-0, 4-6, 6-0; Louis (A) d. Hassebach 6-4, 7-5; Barron (FR) d. Manahan 6-4, 6-0. Brader-Johnson (A) d. Clark-Patel 6-0, 6-2; Maxwell-Gautsche d. Hamilton-Pickerel 6-2, 7-6 (7-2).
Fremont Ross 5, Waite 0: Hoelzle d. Morris 6-0, 6-0; Wobser d. D. Gwin 6-0, 6-0; Autullo d. White 6-0, 6-0. K. Miller-E. Miller d. Mazza-Ludlow 6-2, 6-3; Weickert-Jenkins d. K. Gwin-Thomas 6-4, 5-7, 6-1.
LIBBEY 5, ROSSFORD 0: Moore d. Haddad 6-0, 6-0; Na. Jones d. Clay 6-2, 6-4; Campbell d. Laytart 7-5, 6-4. La. Jones-Dillon d. Gorney-Burkhart 6-3, 6-1; Cassadon-Matthews d. Stalzer-Cieply 6-1, 6-2.
PERRYSBURG 5, FINDLAY 0: Shaeffer d. Kellog 6-2, 6-4; Messenger d. Casalbore 6-0. 6-0; Metzger d. Harless 6-3, 6-1; Hoops-Biederman d. Ammons-Babcock 6-3, 6-2; Clark-Libbe d. Lause-Ratrasamy 6-2, 6-4.
TOLEDO CHRISTIAN 4, OAK HARBOR 1: Emmenecker (TC) d. Grover, 6-2, 6-0; Martin (TC) d. Demaison, 6-1, 6-2; McGraw (TC)_ d. Florio, 6-1, 6-1; Fischer-Lepkowski (TC) d. Pevets-Wenot, 6-3, 6-0; Hemminger-Twarek (OH) d. Seibert-Simcox, 6-1, 4-6, 6-1.
The final registration for FALL HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL is Thursday, Aug. 26 at Rogers High from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. For more information contact Ed Mouch at 419-865-5160.
TEAMS NEEDED for an Adult Flag Football League. Play starts Sept. 5 and games will be played at Grove Patterson Academy. Call Gary at 419-262-1522 or Jay at 419-697-1078.
The NORTHWEST OHIO WILDCATS 14-year old travel baseball team will be holding tryouts for the 2005 season. Contact Debbie Chapman at 419-385-1278 for details.
The Northwest Ohio Lady Irish Fastpitch Softball Organization is holding TRYOUTS for players 12 to 18-years of age Aug. 28 and 29 at Rolf Parki in Maumee. U-12 and U-14 players will tryout Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon and on Sunday from 1 to 4 p.m.; U-16 and U-18 players will be Saturday from 1 to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 9 a.m. to noon. Call Jim Wilde at 419-472-9092 or 283-4183; Jerry Barron at 734-874-5125; or Heather at 419-476-5939.
HOLES IN ONE
CHRISTINE MARTI, No. 4 at Links at Lake Erie, 117 yards, 8-iron
ED MARTIN, No. 12 at Carrington Golf Club, London, Tenn., 110 yards, 9-iron
NEW YORK METS Called up RHP Aaron Heilman from Norfolk of the IL. Optioned RHP Matt Ginter to Norfolk.
South Atlantic League
LAKE COUNTY CAPTAINS Added RHP Chip Southerland and INF Chris Clem to the roster. Announced the promotions of RHP Jim Ed Warden to Akron of the Eastern league and SS Luis Cotto to Kinston of the Carolina League.
ACES Traded INF Mike Davis to Bangor to complete the earlier trade. Signed C Adam Capodieci.
BANGOR LUMBERJACKS Released RHP Doug Kohl.
NEW HAVEN COUNTY CUTTERS Signed RHP Henry Lee. Traded OF Darren Ciraco to New Jersey for future considerations.
COASTAL BEND AVIATORS Released INF Carlos Castillo.
FORT WORTH CATS Sold the contracts of RHP Shad Williams and RHP Dave Stevens to Brockton of the Northeast League.
JACKSON SENATORS Traded INF Erick Mejias and RHP Fontella Jones to North Shore of the Northeast League for INF Tanner Wootan, cash and future considerations.
SAN ANGELO COLTS Traded RHP Dave Therneau to New Jersey of the Northeast League for a player to be named.
National Football League
CINCINNATI BENGALS Waived P Eddie Johnson, C Mike Mabry, QB Scott Rislov, WR Lance Young and LB LaDairis Jackson.
DALLAS COWBOYS Released DT Cedric Hilliard, OL DeMingo Graham, WR Brandon Middleton and LB Jamal Brooks.
DENVER BRONCOS Signed LB Riall Johnson.
GREEN BAY PACKERS Signed P Bryan Barker.
JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS Signed RB Frank Moreau and RB Robert Gillespie.
MIAMI DOLPHINS Waived WR Snoop Minnis.
NEW YORK JETS Waived WR Chris Duncan, WR Lawrence Hamilton, WR Muneer Moore and RB Keith Burnell.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Signed RB Dorsey Levens to a one-year contract. Placed RB Correll Buckhalter, OL Jamaal Jackson and DE N.D. Kalu on injured-reserve.
National Hockey League
DALLAS STARS Announced a five-year affiliate agreement with Iowa of the American Hockey League.
NEW YORK RANGERS Named Mike Pelino assistant coach.
PHILADELPHIA FLYERS Signed LW Ryan Ready to a one-year contract.
LOUISIANA ICEGATORS Signed F John Evangelista and F Wes Mason.
MISSISSIPPI SEA WOLVES Re-signed LW Jeff Hutchins.
WHEELING NAILERS Signed F Jake Riddle.
United Hockey League
ROCKFORD ICEHOGS Signed G Michel Robinson and G Grady Hunt.
Major Indoor Soccer League
MILWAUKEE WAVE Acquired G Dan Green from Chicago for G Jeff Richey and D Rick Titus.
PATRIOT LEAGUE Named Sarah Adams administrative intern.
BRIDGEPORT Promoted Ken Johnson, Jr. assistant athletic director for compliance in addition to his duties as sports information director.
BROWN Named Ali Kenney women s assistant ice hockey coach.
CALUMET COLLEGE OF ST. JOSEPH Named Jason Hawkins men s basketball coach and Dan Soria baseball coach.
FRANKLIN, IND. Named Kim Eiler women s basketball coach.
KALAMAZOO Named Joe Haklin running backs coach.
KANSAS Named Bill Dent director of sports medicine.
MISERICORDIA Named Jennifer Jones assistant volleyball coach, Janelle Perlis assistant field hockey coach, Rachel Farley and Holly Sowcik women s assistant soccer coaches and Dan Pszeniczny assistant cross country coach.
NEW JERSEY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY Named Damien Franolich assistant trainer.
NORTHERN ILLINOIS Named Jim Phillips athletic director.
NORTHWEST MISSOURI STATE Named Chad Waller director of athletic media relations and sports information.
NOTRE DAME Named Alissa Moser women s assistant lacrosse coach.
ST. LAWRENCE Named Karen Ann Cheung men s and women s squash coach.
TEIKYO-POST Named Sara Esidore women s assistant basketball coach.
THIEL Named Pat Roberts men s assistant basketball coach.
TOLEDO Named J.J. Brock assistant baseball coach. Brock, who was a four-year letter-winner at Notre Dame, played three years in the Arizona Diamondbacks organization.
VASSAR Named Tony Mohammed women s interim soccer coach and Brian Rhoads men s interim lacrosse coach.
WAGNER Named Patrick Beemer women s water polo coach.
WESTERN CAROLINA Named Joseph C. Smith director of intercollegiate athletics.
WILLIAM & MARY Named Erica Perkins women s assistant tennis coach.
WOFFORD Named Vic Lipscomb director of golf.
YALE Named Dave Talbott men s and women s squash coach.