Saints Sports Roundup: Week Five

Siena Heights Athletics


September 25

Women’s Golf @ Cleary Invitational.

The Saints finished in fourth place with a shot of 420. Leading the Saints with a 97 for thirteenth place was Mya Price. Amy Nordstrom finished with a 104, Gabby Anderson finished with a 109, and Emily Witaszek finished with a 110 while Sorina Grech finished with a 117 for SHU.


Men’s Golf @ Cleary Invitational.

The Saints finished in fifth place with a shot of 334. Leading the Saints with a 79 for a tie of eighth place was Nate Hamilton. Darien Zeluff shot an 84, Drew Whelan shot an 85, and Dominic Dimaya shot an 86 while James Kuenzer finished with a 91 for SHU.


September 27

Women’s Soccer @ Concordia. L 2-1.

The Saints played a close one, but were unable to make a comeback as they fell 2-1to Concordia. Scoring the lone goal for the Saints was Samantha Bartelotti. Bartelotti also led with five shots on goal. Earning the loss in net for SHU was Taylor Hill. Hill allowed two goals while making seven saves.


Men’s Soccer VS. Concordia. W 2-1.

The Saints had a strong second half performance, as they were able to come back and down Concordia by a final score of 2-1. Enoch Tsibu-Beckson scored the game-tying goal off an assist from Matt Lentine before Elmedin Celovic netted the game winner off an assist from Brent Rodden. Andrew Kozan earned the win for SHU as he came in to start the second half and finished the game with eight saves.


Women’s Volleyball VS. Cornerstone. L 3-0.

The Saints struggled as they dropped all three sets to Cornerstone to drop the match by a final score of 3-0. Christine Tylutki and Abby Whitehead both led the Saints with eight points and seven kills. Bianca Negron led with two service aces while Gabby Kalugar led with 26 digs for SHU.


September 29

Women’s Cross Country @ Royals Challenge.

The Saints totaled 1:35:58 and averaged 19:11 per runner to earn seventh place. Leading the way for SHU was Ashley Russo with a time of 18:33 for 26th place. Andrea Crowe and Megan Rosales finished with times of 18:58, finishing in 43rd and 44th place, respectively. Eva Chmielewski was next for the Saints running a 19:36 followed by Patricia Santos-Buitragowith a time of 19:53.


Women’s Soccer @ Lawrence Tech. T 1-1.

The Saints were unable to score in overtime as they tied Lawrence Tech by a final score of 1-1. Kathryn Gordon scored the lone goal for the Saints off an assist from Madison Tedora. Goalkeepers Meghan Bogg and Sophia Lents combined for five saves.


Women’s Volleyball @ Northwestern Ohio. W 3-2.

The Saints won the first two sets before dropping the next two. However, the Saints were able to win the fifth and final set by a score of 15-10 to earn the 3-2 match victory. Leading the way for SHU was Paige Hudgin with 17.5 points and 14 kills. Christine Tylutki led the team with 22 digs.


September 30

Women’s Golf @ St. Francis Invitational.

The Saints finished in seventh place, shooting a 332 in day one and 323 on day two, totaling a score of 655. Tying for sixth place with 156 was Dakota Spears while Lauren Cojei finished with a total 159 for a tie of 12th place. Allie Barron finished with a 170 total while Madisyn Reed finished with a 173. Also playing for SHU was Carley Hall with a 174 and Amy Nordstrom with an188.


Men’s Bowling VS. SHU Halo Classic.

William Shaffran bowled a six game 1303 to earn first place overall. Steven Cadwell finished with a total pin fall in six games of 1209 and set a Siena Heights record for high game with a score of 299. Keith Reid also finished with a 1209 in six games followed by Joshua Criscenti with a 1098 total.


Women’s Bowling VS. SHU Halo Classic.

The Saints finished with a 5253 total pin-fall and a 1413 in Baker games to give them a 6666 total to earn second place. Leading the Saints was Tryna Gladstone with an 1197 and an individual game high of 237 to earn first place overall. Olivia Cabildo finished third overall with an 1132 total pin-fall, while Kassandra Costello finished in fourth with an 1129 total.


Men’s Soccer @ Lawrence Tech. L 4-0.

The Saints struggled and failed to get the offense going as they fell 4-0 to Lawrence Tech. Rahbar Kahn totaled two shots while Chris Ornelas and Kevin Stalzer managed a shot on goal apiece. Taking the loss in net was Morgen Gardocki as he allowed three goals and one save. Andrew Kozan came into the game and allowed one goal to go with two saves for SHU.


Football VS. Missouri Baptist. W 30-0.

The Saints were able to set new school records as they downed Missouri Baptist, 30-0. Lucas Barner Jr. went 20-29 with 167 yards and a touchdown. D’Aries Davis had 22 carries for 194 yards, just three shy of a new school record for most rush yards in a game (196). Davis also added two touchdowns while setting a single game record for the Saints with an average of 8.8 yards per carry. Davis also notched 222 All-Purpose Yards, which tops the single game mark for the Saints; He now stands in second place on the all-time rushing list with 1,064 yards and moves into a tie for first in career rushing touchdowns with ten. Deontae’ Rush hauled in five receptions for 34 yards and a touchdown. Brady Tanguay converted all of his field goals and PAT attempts, including a new school record 43-yard field goal. Aaron Wagner punted six times for 278 yards, good for the highest average in school history. Leading SHU defensively with eight total tackles was Malik Edwards and Nick Stalworth. Darius Price however led the Saints with five solo tackles.


Baseball VS. Lawrence Tech. W 4-1.

The Saints were able to prevent a Lawrence Tech comeback, as they held on for a 4-1 victory. Freddy Jehle went 2-3 with a run scored and an RBI for the Saints while Brenden Baker went 3-4 with an RBI. Also scoring for the Saints was Jack Slavin and Josh Tirey while Carson Wlad had the other RBI. Earning the win on the mound for SHU was Reid Olmstead. Olmstead pitched seven innings allowing seven hits and an earned run to go with four strikeouts.


October 1

Baseball VS. Lawrence Tech. L 4-2.

Three runs in the top of the 10th came back to haunt the Saints as they fell 4-2 to Lawrence Tech in extra innings. Going 3-5 with a run scored for the Saints was Freddy Jehle while Josh Tirey scored the other run. Earning RBI’s for Siena Heights was Brendan Green and Brenden Baker. Erich Klingelhofer started for SHU going just four innings allowing a run and three strikeouts. Jason Murphy pitched 4.1 scoreless innings in relief before giving the ball up to Chris McKiddie, who allowed three runs in an innings work. Jayson Cleghorn also pitched for SHU allowing just one hit.


Baseball VS. Lawrence Tech. L 2-1.

The Saints kept it close, but fell just short of a comeback as they fell 2-1 to Lawrence Tech. Brenden Baker went 2-4 with the lone run scored for the Saints while Logan Nolff went 1-4 with the lone RBI. Earning the loss on the mound for SHU was Tristian Roth. Roth pitched seven innings allowing two hits and two earned runs to go with three walks and strikeouts apiece. Wyatt West pitched two shutout innings in relief for the Saints.