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The GLIAC GLIAC Quick Facts 2012-13 Schedule Coaching Staff Men’s Roster Men’s Biographies Women’s Roster Women’s Biographies 2011-12 Year in Review Men’s Record Book Women’s Record Book All-Time Roster City of Columbus Ohio Dominican University

UNIVERSITY QUICK FACTS Location: Enrollment: Founded: President: Website: Address:

Columbus, Ohio 3,100 1911 Dr. Peter Cimbolic www.ohiodominican.edu Ohio Dominican University Alumni Hall 1216 Sunbury Road Columbus, Ohio 43219

ATHLETICS QUICK FACTS Website: www.ohiodominicanpanthers.com Nickname: Panthers Colors: Black and Gold National Affiliation: NCAA Division II Conference Affiliation: Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference ODU PHONE DIRECTORY General University Phone: Sports Information Department: Sports Information Fax:

ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT STAFF Vice President of Student Development: Athletic Director: Director of Athletic Development: Senior Woman Administrator: Director of Compliance: Sports Information Director: Assistant Sports Information Director: Sports Information Graduate Assisnt: Faculty Athletic Representative: Administrative Assistant:

James Caridi Jeff Blair Bill Blazer Sandy Rowley Cindy Hahn Scott Miles Ryan Reigle Sarah Twiggs Rita Collura Elia Diaz

TRACK AND FIELD STAFF Head Coach:

Paul Benedict

Assistant Coaches:

Second Year Muskingum University

Bruce Benedict

Second Year Ohio State University

Tracy Broaddus

Second Year Miami (Ohio) University

(614) 253-2741 (614) 251-4577 (614) 252-2556

Bryan Vickers

Second Year Ashland University

Marv Whiting

Second Year Central State University

Media guide designed by Sports Information Intern Adam Hawkins

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THE GLIAC

Division II

MEMBERS Ashland University Ferris State University The University of Findlay Grand Valley State University Hillsdale College Lake Erie College Lake Superior State University Malone University

Michigan Technological University Northern Michigan University Northwood University Ohio Dominican University Saginaw Valley State University Tiffin University Walsh University Wayne State University

HISTORY The Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (GLIAC), founded in 1972, has been a leader in the advancement and promotion of intercollegiate athletics for men and women for 40 years. Expansion of the GLIAC began immediately with the addition of Oakland University in 1974. Hillsdale College, Northern Michigan University, and Wayne State University were accepted as members in 1975. In 1977, the conference lost its first member when Northern Michigan withdrew. Michigan Technological University filled the vacancy when it became a member in 1980. After the 1986-87 season, Northwood left the conference and was replaced by Northern Michigan. Northwood rejoined the conference in 1992. After the 1989 season, the conference dropped football as a sponsored sport. The conference schools sponsoring football joined the members of the Heartland Collegiate Conference in forming the football-only Midwest Intercollegiate Football Conference (MIFC), which began play in 1990. After nine years as one of the premier conferences in Division II football, the MIFC merged as part of GLIAC on July 1, 1999. With the merger, the University of Indianapolis became an associate member as a football-only school. The GLIAC entered a new era in the 1995-96 school year. Prior to that time, all GLIAC member institutions were located in the state of Michigan. On Dec. 14, 1994, membership was offered to three schools located in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The expansion members were Ashland University of Ashland, Ohio, and Gannon University and

Mercyhurst College, both located in Erie, Pennsylvania. All three schools began their membership July 1, 1995. On July 1, 1997, membership was granted to The University of Findlay, located in Findlay, Ohio. UF replaced Oakland University, which withdrew from the conference after the 1996-97 season as it moved to NCAA Division I status. The GLIAC membership changed again when Tiffin University of Ohio joined the conference in the 2008-09 academic year. Tiffin was offered membership on June 20, 2007. The addition of Tiffin left the GLIAC with 12 full-time members as Gannon and Mercyhurst moved to the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference after the 2007-08 season. The GLIAC entered a new era during the 2009-10 academic year. Commissioner Tom Brown, who had presided over the league for 17 years, retired on June 30, 2009. The longest serving commissioner in the history of the GLIAC, Brown expanded the conference from 10 full members to 14 full members and two associate members. Also under his leadership, the conference has grown to offering championships in 21 sports while rising to prominence on the national level as GLIAC teams and student-athletes have achieved success both in the classroom and on the fields of play. The Conference expanded on July 1, 2010 when Lake Erie College of Painesville, Ohio, and Ohio Dominican University, located in Columbus, joined the GLIAC. The league further expanded in July 2012 when Malone University and Walsh University, both located in the Canton, Ohio area, became the

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15th and 16th GLIAC members. The policy-making body of the GLIAC is the Management Council, which is comprised of three representatives from each member institution – its director of athletics, faculty athletics representative and senior woman administrator. The presidency of the GLIAC Management Council is rotated alphabetically by school, with Suzanne Sanregret, Director of Athletics at Michigan Tech, serving as GLIAC President in 2012-13. Dr. Glenn Mroz, President of Michigan Tech, will serve as the chairperson of the GLIAC Presidents Council this year. The GLIAC made history in 2009 when it hired Dell Robinson as commissioner. Robinson became the first ethnic minority to serve as D-II commissioner of a non-historically black university conference when he began his duties on July 1, 2009. Assisting Robinson are: Penny Cook, Asst. Commissioner for Compliance/SWA, Jeff Ligney, Asst. Commissioner for Media Relations; Mike McCann, Supervisor of Football Officials; Kim Vieira, Supervisor of Soccer Officials; Jeanne Skinner, Supervisor of Volleyball Officials; Rob Doss, Supervisor of Women’s Basketball Officials; Bill Ek, Supervisor of Men’s Basketball Officials; and Rich Fetchiet, Assignor of Baseball Umpires.

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GLIAC QUICK FACTS GRAND VALLEY STATE Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

HILLSDALE

ASHLAND Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Ashland, Ohio 6,900 Eagles Purple and Gold Bill Goldring www.goashlandeagles.com Jud Logan Al King (419) 289-5442 aking@ashland.edu Big Rapids, Michigan 14,000 Bulldogs Crimson and Gold Perk Weisenburger www.ferrisstatebulldogs.com Steve Picucci Rob Bentley (231) 591-3821 bentleyr@ferris.edu

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Hillsdale, Michigan 1,400 Chargers Blue and White Don Brubacher www.hillsdalechargers.com Jeff Forino Brad Monastiere (517) 607-3172 bmonastiere@hillsdale.edu

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Painesville, Ohio 1,200 Storm Forest Green and White Griz Zimmermann www.lakeeriestorm.com Bryan Harmon Jason Tirotta (440) 375-7475 jtirotta@lec.edu

LAKE SUPERIOR STATE

FINDLAY Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

LAKE ERIE

FERRIS STATE Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Allendale, Michigan 24, 654 Lakers Blue, Black and White Tim Selgo www.gvsulakers.com Jerry Baltes Tim Nott (616) 331-3275 nottt@gvsu.edu

Findlay, Ohio 3,700 Oilers Orange and Black Steven Rackley www.athletics.findlay.edu Marc Arce David Buck (419) 434-4727 buckd@findlay.edu

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan 2,637 Lakers Royal Blue and Gold Kris Dunbar www.lssulakers.com Matt Sparks Linda Bouvet (906) 635-2601 lbouvet@lssu.edu

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GLIAC QUICK FACTS MALONE

SAGINAW VALLEY STATE

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Canton, Ohio 2,400 Pioneers Red and White Charlie Grimes www.malonepioneers.com Mark McClure Mark Bankert (330) 471-8293 mbankert@malone.edu

MICHIGAN TECH Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

University Center, Michigan 10,790 Cardinals Red and Blue Mike Watson www.svsucardinals.com Rod Cowan Matthew Woodbury (989) 964-4053 mwoodbu@svsu.edu

TIFFIN Houghton, Michigan 7,000 Huskies Gold and Black Suzanne Sanregret www.michigantechhuskiescom Joe Haggenmiller Wes Frahm (906) 487-2350 wfrahm@mtu.edu

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

NORTHERN MICHIGAN

WALSH

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

Marquette, Michigan 9,400 Wildcats Forest Green and Old Gold Forrest Karr www.nmu.edu/sportsathletics Chereé Hicks (Women’s Only) Calvin Larson (906) 227-1917 calarson@nmu.edu

NORTHWOOD

WAYNE STATE

Location: Midland, Michigan Enrollment: 1,900 Nickname: Timberwolves Colors: Dark Blue and Light Blue Athletic Director: Pat Riepma Athletics Website: www.timberwolves.gonorthwood.com Head T&F Coach: Jake Adams SID: Travis McCurdy SID Phone: (989) 837-4239 SID Email: mccurdyt@northwood.edu

Location: Enrollment: Nickname: Colors: Athletic Director: Athletics Website: Head T&F Coach: SID: SID Phone: SID Email:

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Tiffin, Ohio 6,816 Dragons Green and Gold Lonny Allen www.gotiffindragons.com Jeremy Croy Shane O’Donnell (419) 448-3288 sodonnel@tiffin.edu North Canton, Ohio 3,000 Cavaliers Maroon and Gold Dale Howard www.walsh.edu/walsh-athletics Rob Mizicko Jim Clark (330) 490-7017 jclark@walsh.edu Detroit, Michigan 32,000 Warriors Green and Gold Rob Fournier www.wsuathletics.com Rick Cummins (Women’s Only) Jeff Weiss (313) 577-7542 jeff.weiss@wayne.edu

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2012-13 SCHEDULE 2012-13 INDOOR SCHEDULE December 1

Black vs. Gold Intersquad Meet

Ohio Wesleyan University

December 8

Purple and White Invite

Capital University

January 12

Capital Challenge

Capital University

January 18

Tiffin University Carnival

Tiffin University

January 26

Findlay Indoor Classic

University of Findlay

February 1-2

NCAA Division II Challenge

SPIRE Institute

February 8

Ohio Wesleyan Open

Ohio Wesleyan University

February 15

OSU Buckeye Tune-Up

Ohio State University

February 16

GLIAC Tune-Up

Tiffin University

February 23-24

GLIAC Indoor Championships

Grand Valley State University

March 2

Tiffin Last Chance

Tiffin University

March 8-9

NCAA Division II Indoor National Championships

CrossPlex Complex

Delaware, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio Columbus, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio

Findlay, Ohio

Geneva, Ohio

Delaware, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio Tiffin, Ohio

Allendale, Michigan Tiffin, Ohio

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Birmingham, Alabama

March 15-16

Wake Forest Open

Wake Forest University

March 23

Muskingum Invitational

Muskingum University

March 30

Toledo Collegiate Challenge

University of Toledo

April 6

Marv Frye Invitational

Ohio Wesleyan University

April 12-13

All-Ohio Outdoor Championships

Ohio University

April 19-20

Jesse Owens Track Classic

The Ohio State University

April 20

Kenyon College Invitational

Kenyon College

April 27

Ashland Open

Ashland University

May 3-4

GLIAC Outdoor Championships

Ashland University

May 23-25

NCAA Division II Outdoor National Championships

Colorado State University-Pueblo

Winston-Salem, North Carolina New Concord, Ohio Toledo, Ohio

Delaware, Ohio Athens, Ohio

Columbus, Ohio Gambier, Ohio Ashland, Ohio Ashland, Ohio

Pueblo, Colorado

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2012-13 PANTHERS

TRACK & FIELD TEAM SEASON PREVIEW The Ohio Dominican track and field team may

only be in its second year of existence, but coach Paul Benedict’s expectations and excitement remain high. The team, which experienced success in its first year of competition, has almost doubled in size, increasing from around 35 athletes in 2011 to 58 in 2012. “We’re developing new track and field traditions at Ohio Dominican, even in our second year,” Benedict said. “The coaching staff is extremely excited to see the sophomores coming in to see how they’ll improve and the strong freshman class to see what they can do as well. Overall, I can’t be more excited for track and field this year.” With the larger size of the team, Benedict said he hopes to have a men’s team that will compete in every event and he said he expects the women’s side to be much stronger than last year. He also expects the larger numbers to contribute to more success. “We’ve been able to have more individuals come

in, which breeds competition in practice,” Benedict said. “We’ve been able to work on just getting better in practice, which in turn would help us on the weekends.” Although last season saw some individual standouts, Benedict said he was not able to pinpoint specific athletes to watch this year based solely on training. “I hope that everybody has a great season,” he said. “At this point, I just hope that everyone is stronger and faster coming into this season than they were last year.” Benedict said a team in only its second season faces many challenges, but they are able to make the best of what they have. “There are several challenges, but I think that’s what helps us build character as far as a program,” he said. “Any challenges we seem to face, we are resilient and overcome them.” Although the team is comprised mainly of sophomores and freshmen, Benedict said he is not concerned about a lack of senior leadership affecting the team.

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Instead of relying on upperclassmen like most teams, the Panthers will look to their sophomores as leaders. “They will definitely offer a level of growth and maturity coming into this season, which hopefully in turn will help inspire the freshmen this year,” Benedict said. He points to the sophomores’ growth and experience as a main factor in the team’s success. “Our sophomores have had the opportunity to go through a full year of college track and field,” he said. “So as far as their growth, mentally they will probably be 10 times better than they were last year.” Benedict said he believes track and field should be fun for Panther supporters and the team can build a buzz around campus. “All of our athletes on campus have been able to prove themselves and hopefully we can develop more of a following for track and field here at Ohio Dominican,” he said. “We’re new but we’re still going to show up at every meet and compete.”

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COACHING STAFF

PAUL BENEDICT HEAD COACH SECOND YEAR MUSKINGUM 2005

Paul Benedict enters his second season at Ohio Dominican University as the head men’s and women’s track and field coach, and his fourth season as the head coach of the men’s and women’s cross country teams. Cross country was added as the Panthers’ 13th and 14th varsity sports in 2006, while the track and field teams began competition in 2011-12. Benedict took over a very young group of runners at Ohio Dominican in 2008 and has propelled the cross country program to new heights. He led the Panthers to their best season in school history, as ODU set new team records at the Wilmington College Invitational. Benedict saw the men’s and women’s individual school records broken and a number of personal best times were set throughout the season. The cross country teams continued their successful turnaround with another outstanding season in 2009. Benedict led the women’s team to their first meet championship, had their first National Qualifier and was named the Midlands/Independent Conference Coach of the Year. No stranger to the local talent in the Columbus area, Benedict graduated from Westerville South High School in 2001 and has stayed active in the local running community as an OHSAA and NCAA Cross Country and Track official for 10 years before accepting his current post at ODU. Benedict received his Bachelor of Arts in Business in 2005 while earning four varsity letters in cross country and track at Muskingum College. He has completed the Ironman and qualified to run in the Boston Marathon in April 2011.

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COACHING STAFF BRUCE BENEDICT ASSISTANT COACH

Bruce Benedict enters his second season with the track and field teams and his third with the cross country teams, assiting his son and head coach Paul Benedict in all facets of the program. Bruce is a longtime OHSAA and USATF official who has worked at high school district, regional and state championship meets in both cross country and track and field. Bruce ran track and field at Greenon High School and is a graduate of The Ohio State University. He currently resides in Westerville.

TRACY BROADDUS ASSISTANT COACH

Broaddus enters his second year as an assistant coach for the ODU track and field program. Broaddus, who helped lead Miami (OH) to a MAC championship in track as an undergrad, also played football at Miami. He is the owner of Fitness Zone 9, a personal training studio, and also the founder of the Never Quit Foundation, which provides scholarships to Columbus high school students and also financial donations to elementary and middle schools in the Columbus school district. He is a Columbus native who graduated from Brookhaven. He lives in Columbus with his wife Penny, son Tracy and step-children Joseph and Breana.

BRYAN VICKERS

ASSISTANT COACH/THROWS Former Divison II All-American Bryan Vickers enters his second year with the ODU track and field program. Vickers attended Ashland University, where he was a 15-time All-American in the throws and named the 2008 USTFCCA Indoor Field Athlete of the Year. Vickers won four national titles in the shot put and weight throw for the Eagles. A native of Circleville, Ohio, Vickers completed his undergraduate degree from Ashland in 2008 and earned his MBA from Ashland in 2010.

MARV WHITING ASSISTANT COACH

Marv Whiting is in his second season with ODU track and field after a 33-year teaching and coaching career with the Columbus City School District. Whiting worked as the defensive coordinator at Brookhaven High School and helped guide the team to the Division II state championship in 2004. He also coached track and field. Whiting, a Cleveland native, attended John Adams High School before graduating from Central State University. He and his wife Carla have two children, Donna and Kenneth.

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MEN’S ROSTER NAME

CLASS

HOMETOWN // LAST SCHOOL

Brandon Anthony Michael Barber Kenny Brown Laterian Brown Terrell Brown Connor Callahan Tyler Fifer Dereck Fleury Jordan Fray Nick Green Tajuan Green Jaylen Guevara Ashton Hall Trey Hammons-Scott Darrell Harley Michael Hawkins Luke Howard Aaron Johnson Halston Jones Austin Kilgore Xavier Leonard Spencer Lester Christopher Liebold Ethan Miller Robert Moreland-Sensabaugh Jahleel Mullins Matthew Richardson Matt Rosebrock Connor Sensabaugh Jordan Singleton Dominick Smith Logan Terrell Malik Tuck Brendan Walburn Adam Waugh Jason Williams Taylor Williams

Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Junior Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman

Columbus, OH // Walnut Ridge New Franklin, OH // Manchester Westerville, OH // Big Walnut Medina, OH // Medina Grove City, OH // West Columbus, OH // Bishop Hartley Westerville, OH // Big Walnut Marysville, OH // Marysville Alpharetta, GA // Alpharetta Wapakoneta, OH // Wapakoneta (Lake Erie) Columbus, OH // Brookhaven Sandusky, OH // Sandusky Huber Heights, OH // Wayne Huber Heights, OH // Wayne Columbus, OH // Westerville Central Columbus, OH // Dublin Scioto Columbus, OH // St. Francis DeSales Troy, OH // Troy Columbus, OH // Bishop Ready Pickerington, OH // Pickerington North Atlanta, GA // Alpharetta Akron, OH // East Green Springs, OH // St. Joseph Central Catholic Monclova, OH // Anthony Wayne Pataskala, OH // Watkins Memorial Columbus, OH // Africentric Columbus, OH // Bishop Watterson Napolean, OH // Napolean Pataskala, OH // Watkins Memorial Alpharetta, GA // Alpharetta Dayton, OH // Northmont Troy, OH // Troy Medina, OH // Medina Hebron, OH // Lakewood Jackson, OH // Jackson Powell, OH // Dublin Scioto Houston, TX // Dublin Coffman

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THE PANTHERS BRANDON ANTHONY SOPHOMORE COLUMBUS, OH // WALNUT RIDGE 2011-12: Sprinter for the Panthers, competed in eight meets... Placed in the top three three times, including a first place finish in the 4x400 relay at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 3:29.99... Also finished second in the 4x100 relay at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 43.67. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for coach Bryan Mattox at Walnut Ridge High School... Division I regional champion and state meet qualifier... Team MVP... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Michael and Melita Anthony... Has two siblings: Ryan and Trina.

MICHAEL BARBER SOPHOMORE NEW FRANKLIN, OH // MANCHESTER 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Placed second in the 3000m race in the team’s first two meets at the Purple and White Invite and the Capital Challenge... Finished third in the 1000m race with a time of 2:48.98 at the Capital Classic... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Three-time all-district honoree in cross country and two-time all-district award winner in track... Three-time all-conference performer in cross country and track... Four-time all-district performer in soccer as well... Four-year Academic Award winner... Also played basketball. PERSONAL: Son of William and Ellen Barber... Has four siblings: Matthew, Maggie, Molly and Mary.

KENNY BROWN SOPHOMORE WESTERVILLE, OH // BIG WALNUT 2011-12: Sprinter for the Panthers... Placed first three times in the 4x400 relay, with wins at the Purple and White Invite, Capital Challenge and the Wilmington College Invitational... Finished with best 4x400 time at the OWU Marv Frye Invitational with a 3:22.94... Finished second in the 400m race with a time of 51.99 at the Capital Challenge. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Eric Meyers at Big Walnut High School... Took titles in 400m and 4x200m at the 2010 Central District indoor meet... Recognized as team’s most improved runner in 2009... Placed fourth in 4x400m and sixth in the 4x200m relay at the 2010 outdoor state meet... Helped team to 2009 district championship... Also played football and basketball. PERSONAL: Son of Mike and Teresa Brown... Has two brothers: Michael and Jack.

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THE PANTHERS LATERIAN BROWN FRESHMAN MEDINA, OH // MEDINA

TERRELL BROWN FRESHMAN GROVE CITY, OH // WEST HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for coach Mike Flushce at West High... Two year varsity athlete and four-year academic letter winner... Placed fourth at the city meet... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Troy and Audrey Radcliff... One brother, Robert played basketball at Auburn University... Enjoys playing basketball and video games... Chose ODU because of the friendly students and the sports program.

CONNOR CALLAHAN FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // BISHOP HARTLEY HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Julie Gerdeman at Bishop Hartley High School... Named first team All-CCL as both a junior and senior... Regional qualifier in cross country as a junior and senior... Also played baseball and basketball. PERSONAL: Son of John and Renee Callahan... One sibling, Brooke... Enjoys hanging out with friends, fishing, and listening to music... Chose ODU because he wanted to be closer to home after being in Florida for a year and has had many family members who are ODU alumni.

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THE PANTHERS TYLER FIFER SOPHOMORE WESTERVILLE, OH // BIG WALNUT 2011-12: Jumper for ODU... Placed in the top three 20 times throughout the season including eight first place finishes in the long jump, high jump and triple jump... Recorded a season-best of 14.47 meters in the triple jump at the Ashland University Alumni Open, the fifth-best mark in the conference all spring... Competed in three events in the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships, finishing seventh in the high jump and sixth in both the triple jump and long jump... Also earned points at the GLIAC Indoor Championships, placing sixth in triple jump and tying for seventh in the high jump. HIGH SCHOOL: Jumped for Eric Myers at Big Walnut High School... Won state indoor title in triple jump, setting a state record, while finishing fourth in high jump and seventh in long jump... Set school records in high jump (6-10.25) and triple jump (457.5)... Won Division I district title in high jump... Also played football and bowled. PERSONAL: Son of Jack and Angela Fifer.

DERECK FLEURY FRESHMAN MARYSVILLE, OH // MARYSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: Ran track at Marysville High School... Also played football, where he was the punter for the Monarchs... Earned First Team OCC Honors as a punter... Also was honorable mention all-district... Placed on honor roll and was honorable mention scholar athlete. PERSONAL: Son of Amy Fleury... Has five siblings: David, Steph, Paul, George and Charity... Also a part of 4-H Club, Youth Group, YoungLife and Youth Mission Outreach... Chose ODU because of its location close to home, the coaching staff, and because he felt at home when he stepped on campus.

JORDAN FRAY FRESHMAN ALPHARETTA, GA // ALPHARETTA HIGH SCHOOL: Threw for coach Rod Chance at Alpharetta High School... Won the regional championship in shot put... Helped football team win regional title as well... Also wrestled. PERSONAL: Son of Sean Fray, Michelle Alder and stepmother Terri Dorsey... Has two siblings: Cayden Fray and Alex Dorsey... Grandfather, Michael Fray, was an Olympic sprinter for Jamaica... Enjoys drawing, cars and designing his own t-shirts... Picked ODU because of opportunity to join high school teammates Xavier Leonard and Jordan Singleton at the school and because “it felt like where I should be.”

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THE PANTHERS NICK GREEN FRESHMAN WAPAKONETA, OH // WAPAKONETA (LAKE ERIE) HIGH SCHOOL: Threw for Mark Cook at Wapakoneta High School... Western Buckeye League Champion in discus... Helped Redskins to conference title as senior... Four-time all-conference performer... Qualified for regional meets twice... State runner-up in power lifting... Former state record holder for bench press... Graduated with honors... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Jeff and Tina Green... Has three siblings: Alexa, Jeffery, and Amy... Enjoys hiking and fishing... Chose ODU because “I wanted to go to a program that had the drive to better themselves in all aspects.”

TAJAUN GREEN FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // BROOKHAVEN HIGH SCHOOL: First team all-city selection... Also earned all-district and team MVP honors for the Bearcats... Ran for 235 yards and two touchdowns while throwing for 165 yards and three scores against Cincinnati Fairfield... Also ran track. PERSONAL: Son of Shawn Green... Has two siblings: Shawn and James... Picked ODU because it was close to home.

JAYLEN GUEVARA SOPHOMORE SANDUSKY, OH // SANDUSKY HIGH SCHOOL: Played football for coach Mike Franklin at Sandusky High School... Four-time scholar athlete for the Blue Bombers who earned All-Greater Buckeye Conference accolades and Second Team All-Northwest Ohio honors... Also garnered academic all-conference honors. PERSONAL: Son of Angela Guevara and Maurice Kirksey... Has three siblings: Rylee, Shalaya and Sheniah.

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THE PANTHERS ASHTON HALL SOPHOMORE HUBER HEIGHTS, OH // WAYNE 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Placed first in the 4x400 relay three times, with wins at the Purple and White Invite, Capital Challenge and Wilmington College Invitational... Scored another win in the 800m race at the Purple and White Invite with a time of 2:02.12... Recorded a season-best time of 1:55.47 in the 800 meter race at the GLIAC Outdoor Track and Field Championships... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Mike Fernandez at Wayne High School... Placed fifth at the Ohio Indoor State Meet... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Charlene Hall.

TREY HAMMONS-SCOTT SOPHOMORE HUBER HEIGHTS, OH // WAYNE 2011-12: Sprinter, hurdler and jumper for the Panthers... Finished the season by placing in the top five six times... Placed second at the Otterbein Invitational in the high jump with a height of 1.82 meters... Recorded his best time in the 110m hurdles at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a time of 15.62 seconds and finishing 14th. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Mike Fernandez at Wayne High School... Earned First-Team All-Greater Western Ohio Conference honors... Two-time All-American Indoor honoree in 4x55 shuttle hurdles and 4x110m outdoor shuttle hurdles... 2011 district champion in 110m hurdles... 2011 state qualifier in 110m hurdles... 2011 indoor state qualifier in 60m hurdles... Nike Track national qualifier in 2010. PERSONAL: Son of Beth Miller and Dwight Scott‌Has four siblings: Bryson, Aubrey, Ryleigh and Iverson.

DARRELL HARLEY SOPHOMORE COLUMBUS, OH // WESTERVILLE CENTRAL 2011-12: Sprinter for the Panthers... Finished in the top five 18 times throughout the season... Posted two first place finishes at the Purple and White Invite in the 4x400 relay and the 60 meter sprint... Was a part of 4x100 relay team that finished seventh at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships with a time of 43.19 seconds... Placed fourth at the GLIAC Indoor Championships in the same event with a time of 43.58 seconds.

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THE PANTHERS MICHAEL HAWKINS FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // DUBLIN SCIOTO HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for coach Eric Cliffel at Dublin Scioto High School... Four-year letterwinner in track... Also lettered three times in football. PERSONAL: Son of Lorelle Baker... Has three siblings: Devin, Kyler and Kylee... Enjoys biking and hiking... Chose ODU because “I loved the atmosphere and the team is right for me.”

LUKE HOWARD FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // ST. FRANCIS DESALES HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Bob Lennon at St. Francis DeSales High School... Qualified for state regionals in 2011 for the 1600-meter and 4x800-meter events... Qualified for 2011 Regional Cross Country meet... Qualified for regional meet in 2012 for the 3200-meter and 4x800-meter events... Named All-CCL for cross country in 2011... Named All-CCL for track in 2012... Member of the National Honors Society... Also played baseball. PERSONAL: Son of Jeff and Lori Howard... Has one sibling, Gigi... Enjoys disc golf, soccer, and golf... Chose ODU because “I immediately felt that the campus was a good fit for me and I felt very comfortable with Coach Benedict.”

AARON JOHNSON SOPHOMORE TROY, OH // TROY 2011-12: Hurdler for the Panthers... Placed first at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 15.57 seconds in the 110m hurdles... Finished 10th at the GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships, posting his season-best time in the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.56 seconds... Missed out on a qualifying spot by 0.12 seconds at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 110m hurdles with a time of 15.21 seconds. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Deon Metz at Troy High School... Voted 2011 Greater Western Ohio Conference North Track Athlete of the Year... GWOC North champion in the 110m hurdles and 300m hurdles... Two-time Division I regional qualifier in 110m hurdles... Elected team captain as senior, helping team bring home school-record six trophies... Also played football and basketball and ran cross country. PERSONAL: Son of Aaron and Stephanie Johnson... Has two siblings: Gregory and Gabrielle.

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THE PANTHERS HALSTON JONES FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // BISHOP READY HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Dean Tower at Bishop Ready High School... All-Ohio performer... Helped Silver Knights take second in regional tournament after winning the 4x100 and 4x200 meter relay... Three-year letterwinner in track... Also lettered in football and cross country... Team captain in each sport. PERSONAL: Son of Shreve and Marian Jones... Shreve played minor league baseball in the Chicago Cubs organization... Has three siblings: Holland, Helena and Holden... Academic All-Ohio... Marine Scholar-Athlete... Senior class president... National Honor Society member... Buckeye Boys state delegate... Enjoys being outside, swimming, basketball, football, biking and watching sports... Chose ODU because of the business scholar program, the 4+1 program and proximity to home.

AUSTIN KILGORE FRESHMAN PICKERINGTON, OH // PICKERINGTON NORTH HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Tim Starkey at Pickerington North High School... Qualified for state track meet in 2012... Qualified for states in Cross Country in 2009... Also wrestled for one year. PERSONAL: Son of Russell and Jill Kilgore... Picked ODU because of the new track program, small school, and academics.

XAVIER LEONARD SOPHOMORE ATLANTA, GA // ALPHARETTA 2011-12: Sprinter for the Panthers... Placed first four times throughout the season... Finished in the top 10 in every event he competed in... Placed fourth in the 200m sprint at the Ohio State Tune Up, recording his season best time of 22.73 seconds... Recorded his best 400m time at the same meet, placing 10th with a time of 51.50 seconds. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Nichole Hudson at Alpharetta High School... Three-year varsity letter-winner... Helped guide team to a regional championship in 2011... Member of regional champion 4x400m and 4x100m relay teams... Regional runner-up in 100m dash... Seventh place finish in 4x400m relay at state meet... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of LaKenya Wharton and Xavier Leonard, Sr. ... Has three siblings: Shekiera, De’juan and Dante.

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THE PANTHERS SPENCER LESTER FRESHMAN AKRON, OH // EAST

CHRISTOPHER LIEBOLD JUNIOR GREEN SPRINGS, OH // ST. JOSEPH CENTRAL CATHOLIC 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Placed third in the 3000m race at the Cedarville Collegiate Yellow Jacket Open with a time of 11:23.63... Finished third in the mile run at the Purple and White Invite with a time of 4:57.92... Earned Academic Excellence accolades from the GLIAC following the 2011-2012 season... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Ohio Dominican from Saint Joseph Central Catholic High School in Fremont, Ohio... Helped 4x800 relay team qualify for regionals... Also played soccer and bowled... Was captain of soccer team and earned First Team Midland Athletic League honors.

ETHAN MILLER SOPHOMORE MONCLOVA, OH // ANTHONY WAYNE 2011-12: Competed in just one event for the Panthers... Finished first in the 5000m race at the Purple and White Invite with a time of 17:27.97... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Four-year letterwinner in track and cross country... Captain of both teams... Earned scholastic honors and Presidential Academic Award. PERSONAL: Son of Jeff and Vickie Miller... Has two brothers: Caleb and Noah.

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THE PANTHERS ROBERT MORELAND-SENSABAUGH FRESHMAN PATASKALA, OH // WATKINS MEMORIAL

JAHLEEL MULLINS SOPHOMORE COLUMBUS, OH // AFRICENTRIC 2011-12: Thrower for the Panthers... Placed second in the weight throw at Otterbein Invitational with a distance of 13.56 meters... Recorded a season-best of 35.76 meters in the discus throw at the Wilmington College Invitational, finishing seventh. HIGH SCHOOL: Record holder in shot put and discus at Africentric... All-state, all-district and all-conference performer in football... Also played basketball and bowled...Member of National Honor Society. PERSONAL: Son of Miss Mullins... Has three siblings: Derrius, Aliyah and Kiani Mullins... Kiani is a member of the women’s track and field team.

MATTHEW RICHARDSON SOPHOMORE COLUMBUS, OH // BISHOP WATTERSON HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Matt McGowan at Bishop Watterson High School... Earned All-Central Catholic League honors in 2008, 2009 and 2010 in cross country... First-team All-Central Catholic League in 2009, 2010 and 2011 in track... All-District cross country honoree in 2009... District champion in 1600m in 2011... Regional qualifier in 1600m in 2010 and 2011... Helped guide team to cross country district championship in 2009... Also played ice hockey. PERSONAL: Son of Rich and Patti Richardson... Has three siblings: Michael, Megan and Madeline.

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THE PANTHERS MATT ROSEBROCK FRESHMAN NAPOLEAN, OH // NAPOLEAN HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Tim Downey and Virgil Bohls at Napoleon High School... Named second team all league in 110m hurdles and 300m hurdles... Qualified for states in 110m hurdles, 300m hurdles, and 4x100 relay events during his senior season... Graduated with honors... Buckeye Boys State Representative... Also ran cross country, played football for one year, and played basketball for two years. PERSONAL: Son of Steve and Sue Rosebrock... Has four siblings: Bobby, Dan, Aaron, and John... Dan ran track and cross country at Bluffton... Enjoys playing and watching every kind of sport... Chose ODU for the new track program, new facilities on campus and the campus size.

CONNOR SENSABAUGH SOPHOMORE PATASKALA, OH // WATKINS MEMORIAL

JORDAN SINGLETON SOPHOMORE ALPHARETTA, GA // ALPHARETTA 2011-12: Thrower and jumper for the Panthers... Holds the Ohio Dominican records in all throwing categories... Placed second at the Capital Classic with a season-best shot put of 13.73 meters... Placed third in the shot put at both the Capital Challenge and Otterbein Invitational... Recorded his personal bests in javelin throw, discus throw and long jump at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Nichole Hudson at Alpharetta High School... Regional discus champion in 2011... Regional shot put runner-up in 2011... Fulton County shot put champion... Placed eighth and ninth at state meet in shot put and discus, respectively... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Darryl and Benita Singleton... Has two sisters, Mateika and Dominique.

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DOMINICK SMITH SOPHOMORE DAYTON, OH // NORTHMONT 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Placed first in the 4x400 relay three times, with wins at the Purple and White Invite, Capital Challenge and Wilmington College Invitational... Finished second behind teammate Ashton Hall in the 800 meter race at the Purple and White Invite with a time of 2:06.90... Recorded his best time in the 800 meter race at the Amy Adams Memorial Invitational with a time of 1:59.89, placing third... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Special Mention all-conference in 4x800 meter relay as senior... Team advanced to regional meet... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Kenneth and Jennifer Adams... Has two siblings: Imani Smith and Kenneth Adams, Jr.

LOGAN TERRELL FRESHMAN TROY, OH // TROY HIGH SCHOOL: Jumped for coach Herb Hartman at Troy High School... Finished as district runner-up... Regional qualifier... Favorite athletic moment was clearing 14 feet for the first time... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Ron and Millie Terrell... Has one brother, Jeffrey Bailey... Enjoys snowboarding... Picked ODU because of the academics and location.

MALIK TUCK SOPHOMORE MEDINA, OH // MEDINA 2011-12: Sprinter for the Panthers... Competed in the 4x400 relay team which placed first at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 3:29.99... Placed second in the 100m dash at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 11.30 seconds... Finished in the top 10 in both the 4x100 relay and 4x400 relay at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships... Also recorded a season-best time in the 100m dash at the GLIAC Outdoor Championships with a time of 10.90 seconds. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for coach Bob Jenkins at Medina High School... Helped lead 4x100 relay team to state championship as senior... Medina County MVP as senior... Competed in Midwest Meet of Champions... Placed seventh in the 200 meter dash at the state meet... Three-time All-NOC selection... Also played basketball and football. PERSONAL: Son of Michelle Powell and Caleb Tuck... Has one sibling, Malicia.

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THE PANTHERS BRENDAN WALBURN FRESHMAN HEBRON, OH // LAKEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Dan Sekerak at Lakewood High School... Named First Team All-Mid State League three years straight... Named all-district three times during his high school career... Qualified for state meet... Five-time team MVP between track and cross country... Also played soccer. PERSONAL: Son of Mark and Rita Walburn... Enjoys soccer and music... Picked ODU because of the “great opportunities that the university offers to its students and student-athletes.”

ADAM WAUGH FRESHMAN JACKSON, OH // JACKSON

JASON WILLIAMS SOPHOMORE POWELL, OH // DUBLIN SCIOTO 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Placed first twice in the 4x400 relay at the Purple and White Invite and the Capital Challenge... Placed third at the same two meets in the 800m race... Also was a part of the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Kevin Foley and Eric Cliffel at Dublin Scioto High School... Earned the Irish Spirit Award... Helped 4x200 relay team qualify for regionals. PERSONAL: Son of Jason Williams II and Penny Smith.

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THE PANTHERS TAYLOR WILLIAMS FRESHMAN HOUSTON, TX // DUBLIN COFFMAN HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Chad Biegler at Dublin Coffman... Finished third at state meet in 200 meter dash, sixth in the 100 meter dash and helped 4x100 meter relay team to runner-up effort... Took second at Midwest Meet of Champions in both the 100 and 200 meter dash... Set high school records in both the 100 and 200, as well as 4x100 and 4x200... Won the regional meet in the 100 and 200 while helping the 4x100 team set the regional record... Team MVP as junior and senior... Also played football. PERSONAL: Son of Carolyn and Chauncey Bogan... Has one sibling, E.J. Williams... Enjoys playing Xbox... Chose ODU because “it’s a home away from home and the track team feels like a family.”

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WOMEN’S ROSTER NAME

CLASS

HOMETOWN // LAST SCHOOL

Katie Bachman Chloe Bowman Nicole Brown Hali Cassidy Caroline Childers Chelsi Collins Rachel Collins Elizabeth England Charde Gaiter Alex Hall Vogue Hall Mallory Kitts Ann-Marie Lindsay Michelle McKean Aubrey Miller Alex Osborn Molly Priest Katlyn Rini Emma Russell Tara Walker Amber Willeman Taylor Williams

Freshman Freshman Freshman Senior Freshman Freshman Sophomore Sophomore Sophomore Freshman Freshman Junior Freshman Junior Freshman Freshman Freshman Sophomore Freshman Sophomore Freshman Freshman

Vandalia, OH // Vandalia-Butler Columbus, OH // Bishop Ready Columbus, OH // Bishop Ready Portsmouth, OH // Notre Dame Columbus, OH // Centennial Bedford, OH // St. Peter Chanel Dayton, OH // Chaminade Julienne Pickerington, OH // Pickerington Central Westerville, OH // Westerville Central Westerville, OH // Westerville South Zanesville, OH // Maysville Springfield, OH // Northwestern Mansfield, OH // Mansfield St. Peter’s Pataskala, OH // Watkins Memorial Somerset, OH // Sheridan Hamilton, IN // Hamilton Wadsworth, OH // Wadsworth Pickerington, OH // Pickerington North Columbus, OH // Tree of Life Lewis Center, OH // Olentangy Napolean, OH // Napolean Akron, OH // Archbishop Hoban (Lake Erie)

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THE PANTHERS KATIE BACHMAN FRESHMAN VANDALIA, OH // VANDALIA-BUTLER HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Todd Thobe at Vandalia Butler High School... All-GWOC in 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, 4x400 meter relay and 4x800 meter relay... Earned the GWOC Academic Scholar Award and the U.S. Marine Corps Most Distinguished Athlete Award... Was named athlete of the week two weeks straight by the Dayton Daily News in 2012... Named McDonald’s “She’s Got Game” athlete of the week in 2012... Also ran cross country. PERSONAL: Daughter of Rick and Laura Bachman... Has two siblings: Bret and Jimmy... Enjoys running, hanging out with friends and swimming... Chose ODU because of the coaches and math education program.

CHOLE BOWMAN FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // BISHOP READY HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Dean Tower at Bishop Ready... Student of the Month in almost every subject along with extra credit... Awarded as most improved runner... Placed second in the 200 meter in districts... Earned an academic award for keeping a 3.5 GPA during track season... Also ran cross country in high school. PERSONAL: Daughter of Tim and Lisa Bowman... Favorite high school athletic memory was running in the state track meet during her senior year.

NICOLE BROWN FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // BISHOP READY HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Dean Tower at Bishop Ready... First team selection in both cross country and track... Garnered all-district accolades in track as well... Also played basketball. PERSONAL: Daughter of Richard and Joyce Brown... Has three brothers: Justin, Casey and Brock... Justin played basketball at Ashland and Casey played basketball at nearby Capital... Enjoys drawing, swimming and painting... Chose ODU because of its proximity to home and family and the opportunity to be on the track and cross country teams.

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THE PANTHERS HALI CASSIDY SENIOR PORTSMOUTH, OH // NOTRE DAME HIGH SCHOOL: Came to Ohio Dominican from Notre Dame H.S... Ran for Aaron Smith and Rocky Fields and the Titans cross country team... Was selected to the Southern Ohio Conference First Team and was an All-District honoree in her senior year... Named to the Southern Ohio Conference Second Team in 2007... Helped lead the Titans to a District Championship and qualify for Regionals... Holds the school record for the 4x800 relay... Also competed on the swimming, tennis and track teams... Was a member of the Notre Dame cheerleading squad and a World and National Martial Arts Champion.

CAROLINE CHILDERS FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // CENTENNIAL HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Rhonda Reese at Centennial High School... Helped Centennial win Columbus City League championship as senior... Three year letter winner... Also ran cross country. PERSONAL: Daughter of Steven and Chara Childers... Has one stepbrother, Royale Day... Enjoys studying foreign languages... Chose ODU for the academic reputation and diverse programs.

CHELSI COLLINS FRESHMAN BEDFORD, OH // ST. PETER CHANEL HIGH SCHOOL: Four-time First Team All-North Coast League performer... Second Team All-Ohio selection... Four-time state qualifier... Took second in 200m dash and fifth in the 100m as senior... Set schools record in 100, 200 and 4x200 sprint medley... Also lettered three times in volleyball and basketball and was team captain in both sports... First Team All-NCL performer in basketball as senior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Melanie Collins... Melanie played semi-pro basketball for the Columbus Hidden Gems... Has five siblings: Purnell Sweeney, Antonio and Rhian Sweeney, Tia Collins-Sweeney and Mya Collins-Sweeney... Purnell played football at Urbana... Enjoys reading, photography, music, movies, travelling and hanging out with family and friends... Chose ODU because of the family setting, diversity, small class sizes, academics and the new track program.

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THE PANTHERS RACHEL COLLINS SOPHOMORE DAYTON, OH // CHAMINADE JULIENNE 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Finished second twice in the 4x400 relay at the Capital Challenge and the Wilmington College Invitational... Finished third in the 800 meter race at the Purple and White Invite with a time of 2:41.05... Also ran for the ODU cross country team.

ELIZABETH ENGLAND SOPHOMORE PICKERINGTON, OH // PICKERINGTON CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Robb Hammond at Pickerington Central High School... Placed eighth at the state meet in the 4x200m relay and won district meet... Honorable Mention All-Ohio Capital Conference selection... Helped team to a pair of OCC titles... Distinguished Scholar... Also was a cheerleader. PERSONAL: Daughter of Dennis England and Kim Day... Has one brother, Nick, who plays football.

CHARDE GAITER SOPHOMORE WESTERVILLE, OH // WESTERVILLE CENTRAL 2011-12: Thrower for the Panthers… Finished second in the shot put at the Lid Lifter with a distance of 9.61 meters… Also placed second in the hammer throw at the Wilmington College Invitational with a distance of 32.68 meters… Recorded 10.05 meters in the shot put at the GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships, her best mark of the season. HIGH SCHOOL: Threw for coach Ryan Borlin at Westerville Central High School... Four-year letterwinner... Helped team to three district appearances... Three-time Outstanding Scholar Athlete award winner... Named team’s Most Improved Athlete as a junior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Cynthia Lovelace-Gaiter and Antoine Gaiter.

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THE PANTHERS ALEX HALL FRESHMAN WESTERVILLE, OH // WESTERVILLE SOUTH HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Jim Gaul at Westerville South High School... Won consecutive OCC titles in long jump and also recorded victories in 4x200 meter relay, 4x100 meter relay and the open 200... District champion in the 4x100 and 4x200... Was a four year letterwinner... Scholar athlete... Also played volleyball and basketball. PERSONAL: Daughter of Sonya Hall... Has four siblings: Tommy, Landon, Danica and Savannah... Related to Stevan Clark, former defensive end at Kansas State (’81) and played professionally for the New England Patriots from 1981-82... Chose ODU because it is close to home.

VOGUE HALL FRESHMAN ZANESVILLE, OH // MAYSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL: Jumped for Scott Gura at Maysville High School... Qualified for states in 2012 for high jump... Named Academic All-Ohio in 2012... Qualified for district and regional championships for three years straight... Three-time all-district performer... Holds the high jump record at Maysville... Also played soccer... Was a four time letter winner and Eastern District honorable mention for soccer... Member of National Honors Society. PERSONAL: Daughter of James and Deborah Hall... Has one sibling, Capria... Enjoys travelling... Picked ODU for the close proximity to home and the coaches.

MALLORY KITTS JUNIOR SPRINGFIELD, OH // NORTHWESTERN 2011-12: Middle distance and long distance runner for the Panthers... Placed in the top 10 seven times... Came in second at the Purple and White Invite in the 5000 meter race with a time of 29:59.35... Earned Academic Excellence accolades from the GLIAC following the 2011-2012 season... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Two-time state qualifier in cross country... Four-time all-conference performer as well as four-time All-Clark County performer... Three-time all-area honoree... Also a standout in track, earning four all-county awards... Regional qualifier on three occasions... Earned the Central Buckeye Conference Track Sportsmanship Award as a senior... Brother, Zack, ran cross country at Bowling Green.

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THE PANTHERS ANN-MARIE LINDSAY FRESHMAN MANSFIELD, OH // MANSFIELD ST. PETER’S HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for coach Mike Mion at Mansfield St. Peter’s High School... Qualified for state tournament as freshman in the 100, 200 and long jump... Missed sophomore and junior years due to injuries... Returned to state meet as senior and helped 4x100 team place eighth... Earned two letters in track and three in soccer and basketball... Starting point guard for basketball team, which also reached state tournament as senior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Laura Lindsay and Keven and Krystal Lindsay... Has two siblings, Whitney and Krysten... Whitney played basketball at Indiana... Enjoys hanging out with friends, listening to music, watching movies and eating... Picked ODU because she like the small campus in a big city and also to help build the track program.

MICHELLE MCKEAN JUNIOR PATASKALA, OH // WATKINS MEMORIAL 2011-12: Middle distance runner for the Panthers... Finished second in the 4x400 relay at the Capital Challenge with a time of 4:46.91... Placed third in the 4x400 in the Otterbein Invitational... Was selected to the GLIAC All-Academic team following the 2011-2012 season... Also ran for the ODU cross country team. HIGH SCHOOL: Came to ODU from Watkins Memorial High School in Pataskala, Ohio... Three-year letterwinner in track and also lettered twice in cross country... Helped lead team to consecutive conference championships in both track and cross country... Two-time regional qualifier in cross country and three-time district qualifier in track... Named team’s Most Improved Sophomore... Honor roll student and member of student council.

AUBREY MILLER FRESHMAN SOMERSET, OH // SHERIDAN HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Bart Smith at Sheridan High School... Qualified for states in cross country as junior... Also ran indoor and outdoor track... Qualified for states for 4x800 meter relay as senior... Helped break the Maysville record in the 4x800 meter relay as senior. PERSONAL: Daughter of Larry and Sonna Miller... Has two siblings, Jeremy and Jason... Enjoys being outside, painting, fishing and being around friends and family... Chose ODU because “I liked the small school atmosphere, and the fact that it was close to home.”

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THE PANTHERS ALEX OSBORN FRESHMAN HAMILTON, IN // HAMILTON

MOLLY PRIEST FRESHMAN WADSWORTH, OH // WADSWORTH HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Michelle Farr at Wadsworth High School... Named second team All-Suburban League all four years at Wadsworth... Qualified for regionals in cross country during her freshman and sophomore seasons... Four year letterwinner in cross country and track. PERSONAL: Daughter of Jeff and Kathie Priest... Has three siblings: Drew, Morgann, and Moira... Chose ODU because of her ability to continue her running career and the small size of the school.

KATLYN RINI SOPHOMORE PICKERINGTON, OH // PICKERINGTON NORTH 2011-12: Sprinter for the Panthers... Placed second in the 4x400 relay at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 4:23.40... Finished third in the 4x400 at the Otterbein Invitational with a time of 4:33.05... Also finished in the top five in both the 200m and 400m races at the Wilmington College Invitational, finishing the season with five top five finishes. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for James Langenderfer at Pickerington North High School... Four-year varsity letter-winner in track... Lettered in cross country her senior year... Helped cross country team win Ohio Capital Conference meet... Distinguished Honor Roll all four years... Member of National Honor Society her junior and senior years... Also swam. PERSONAL: Daughter of Eric and Melisa Rini.

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THE PANTHERS EMMA RUSSELL FRESHMAN COLUMBUS, OH // TREE OF LIFE HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for coach Nikki Stewart at Tree of Life... Qualified for districts in track... Also played soccer for the Trojans. PERSONAL: Son of David and Carrie... Has three siblings: Eli, Aaron and Abby... Enjoys reading, soccer, hiking, mountain biking, rock climbing, kayaking and anything outdoors... Chose ODU because of the size, the nursing program and the athletic opportunities.

TARA WALKER SOPHOMORE LEWIS CENTER, OH // OLENTANGY 2011-12: Middle distance and long distance runner for the Panthers... Won the 5000 meter race at the Wilmington College Invitational with a time of 19:07.63... Finished second in the mile twice at the Purple and White Invite and the Capital Challenge... Finished second in the 800 meter race at the Purple and White Invite with a time of 2:35.45... Also ran for the ODU cross country team... Placed 20th at the GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships in the 5000 meter race with a time of 19:25.16. HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Dwight Dewesse at Olentangy High School... Four-year letterwinner in cross country... Named Team MVP in cross country all four years... Elected team captain her junior and senior years... Helped team advance to regional meet. PERSONAL: Daughter of Laurie and Steve Walker.

AMBER WILLEMAN FRESHMAN NAPOLEAN, OH // NAPOLEAN HIGH SCHOOL: Ran for Randy Burke at Napoleon High School... Helped Wildcats make four regional appearances in cross country and finish fifth in state as senior... Four-time all-conference performer... Napoleon also won district title and finished as regional runner-up during her senior year... Regional qualifier in 4x800 meter relay and 1600... First Team All-GBC in 4x800 as junior... Lettered four times in both track and cross country... Also played basketball. PERSONAL: Daughter of Doug and Cathy Willeman... Has two siblings: Zachary and Landon.

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THE PANTHERS TAYLOR WILLIAMS FRESHMAN AKRON, OH // ARCHBISHOP HOBAN (LAKE ERIE) HIGH SCHOOL: Threw for Joe Lutz at Archbishop Hoban High School... Competed at district and regional level meets during her four years at Archbishop Hoban. PERSONAL: Daughter of Denise Williams... Enjoys traveling and photography.

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2011-12 YEAR IN REVIEW

The 2011-2012 season was Ohio Dominican’s first with a track and field team, after being officially accepted as a member of NCAA Division II on July 8, 2011. It didn’t take long for the Panthers to make a splash and score their first win in ODU history. Although the team was made up of mostly freshmen, the youngsters competed at the Purple & White Invite at Capital University on December 10, 2011, where the men took first and the women placed fourth. It was a surprising showing from a team competing collegiately for the first time. Tyler Fifer was a major contributor to the Panthers’ success, as he scored points at both the GLIAC Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field Championships. Also scoring points at the Outdoor Championships was the 4x100 relay team consiting of Darrell Harley, Brandon Anthony, Malik Tuck and Germaine McAlpine. Following the indoor season, eight athletes were honored by the GLIAC with academic awards, while seven athletes earned the honors after the outdoor track and field season.

GLIAC ACADEMIC HONORS INDOOR Academic Excellence Allison Green Mallory Kitts Christopher Liebold Germaine McAlpine Meghan Willeke All-Academic Brian Litt Michelle McKean Eric Rauschenbach

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OUTDOOR Academic Excellence Allison Green Mallory Kitts Christopher Liebold All-Academic Brian Litt Germaine McAlpine Michelle McKean Meghan Willeke

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MEN’S RECORD BOOK INDOOR RECORDS EVENT 55m 60m 200m 400m 500m 800m 1000m Mile 3000m 5000m 55H 60H 4x200

MARK 6.78 7.08 22.86 50.94 1:11.51 1:58.85 2:41.30 4:37.24 9:24.27 16:38.88 8.46 8.56 1:35.25

4x400

3:24.75

4x800

8:12.95

DMR

11:11.08

High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Weight Throw

1.99 m 6.40 m 13.91 m 13.73 m 12.59 m

ATHLETE(S) Germaine McAlpine Abraham Johnson Abraham Johnson Kenny Brown Cameron Lowe Ashton Hall Dominick Smith Jason Williams Michael Barber Michael Barber Trey Hammons-Scott Aaron Johnson Darrell Harley, Tyrique Harper, Abraham Johnson, Germaine McAlpine Kenny Brown, Ashton Hall, Malik Tuck, Jason Williams Michael Barber, Ashton Hall, Dominick Smith, Jason Williams Brandon Anthony, Michael Barber Ashton Hall, Jason Williams Tyler Fifer Tyler Fifer Tyler Fifer Jordan Singleton Jordan Singleton

MEET Cedarville Collegiate Invitational Findlay Indoor Track & Field Classic Findlay Indoor Track & Field Classic GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Purple and White Invite GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Otterbein Invitational GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Otterbein Invitational Cedarville Collegiate Invitational GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Otterbein Invitational

DATE 2-3-12 1-27-12 1-27-12 2-24-12 12-10-11 2-24-12 1-21-12 2-24-12 2-24-12 1-21-12 2-3-12 2-24-12 1-22-12

NCAA Division II Team Challenge

2-5-12

Findlay Indoor Track & Field Classic

1-28-12

GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships 2-25-12 GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships NCAA Division II Team Challenge Capital Classic Purple and White Invite

2-24-12 2-24-12 2-4-12 2-18-12 12-10-11

MEET GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships OWU Marv Frye Invitational GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships OWU Marv Frye Invitational OWU Marv Frye Invitational OWU Marv Frye Invitational Cedarville Collegiate Yellow Jacket Open Wilmington College Invitational OWU Marv Frye Invitational

DATE 5-2-12 5-2-12 4-7-12 5-2-12 4-7-12 4-7-12 4-7-12 3-31-12 4-21-12 4-7-12

OWU Marv Frye Invitational

4-7-12

GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships Louisville Cardinal Twilight Amy Adams Memorial Invitational GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships OWU Marv Frye Invitational GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships

5-2-12 5-2-12 5-11-12 3-24-12 5-2-12 4-7-12 5-2-12

OUTDOOR RECORDS EVENT 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 5000m 110H 400H 3000 Steeple 4x100

MARK 11.10 21.89 51.05 1:55.47 4:20.51 15:48.04 15.17 59.14 11:11.50 43.05

4x400

3:22.94

High Jump Long Jump Triple Jump Shot Put Discus Throw Hammer Throw Javelin Throw

2.06 m 6.88 m 14.29 m 13.01 m 36.46 m 31.01 m 30.51 m

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ATHLETE(S) Darrell Harley Malik Tuck Kenny Brown Ashton Hall Dominick Smith Michael Barber Aaron Johnson Ashton Hall Christopher Liebold Brandon Anthony, Darrell Harley, Abraham Johnson, Malik Tuck Kenny Brown, Ashton Hall, Malik Tuck, Jason Williams Tyler Fifer Tyler Fifer Tyler Fifer Jordan Singleton Jordan Singleton Jordan Singleton Jordan Singleton

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WOMEN’S RECORD BOOK INDOOR RECORDS EVENT 60m 200m 400m 800m Mile 3000m 5000m 60H 4x200

MARK 8.88 22.86 1:05.66 2:29.89 5:29.25 11:20.57 18:51.80 10.93 2:01.81

4x400

4:26.24

DMR

13:31.44

Long Jump Shot Put Weight Throw

3.94 m 10.05 12.24

ATHLETE(S) Carly Catlett Katlyn Rini Katlyn Rini Rachel Collins Meghan Willeke Meghan Willeke Meghan Willeke Lindsay White Carly Catlett, Katlyn Rini, Cassie Stevens, Lindsay White Rachel Collins, Cassie Stevens, Tara Walker, Meghan Willeke Carly Catlett, Rachel Collins, Tara Walker, Meghan Willeke Jaelyn Rhodes Charde Gaiter Charde Gaiter

MEET Otterbein Invitational Capital Classic Capital Classic GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships Ohio State Tune Up Purple and White Invite NCAA Division II Team Challenge Purple and White Invite Purple and White Invite

DATE 1-21-12 2-18-12 2-18-12 2-24-12 2-17-12 12-10-11 2-4-12 12-10-11 12-12-11

Capital Classic

2-20-12

GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships 2-25-12 12-10-11 Purple and White Invite GLIAC Indoor Track & Field Championships 2-24-12 2-3-12 Cedarville Collegiate Invitational

OUTDOOR RECORDS EVENT 100m 200m 400m 800m 1500m 3000m 5000m 4x400

MARK 16.93 27.15 1:05.10 2:30.91 5:04.25 11:19.07 18:49.14 4:23.40

Shot Put Discus Throw Hammer Throw

10.00 m 30.48 32.68 m

ATHLETE(S) Britainy Cupach Carly Catlett Katlyn Rini Rachel Collins Meghan Willeke Meghan Willeke Meghan Willeke Carly Catlett, Rachel Collins, Katlyn Rini, Meghan Willeke Charde Gaiter Charde Gaiter Charde Gaiter

MEET Wilmington College Invitational Amy Adams Memorial Invitational GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships OWU Marv Frye Invitational Wilmington College Invitational Amy Adams Memorial Invitational Ashland University Alumni Open Wilmington College Invitational

DATE 4-21-12 3-24-12 5-2-12 4-7-12 4-21-12 3-24-12 4-27-12 4-21-12

Amy Adams Memorial Invitational 3-24-12 GLIAC Outdoor Track & Field Championships 5-2-12 Wilmington College Invitational 4-21-12

Records as of beginning of 2012-13 indoor season.

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ALL-TIME ROSTER MEN Anthony, Brandon Barber, Michael Brown, Kenny Brown, Laterian Brown, Terrell Callahan, Connor Davis, Eli Fifer, Tyler Fleury, Dereck Fray, Jordan Green, Nick Green, Tajuan Guevara, Jaylen Hall, Ashton Hammons-Scott, Trey Harley, Darrell Harper, Tyrique Hawkins, Michael Hewitt, Todd Howard, Luke Johnson, Aaron Johnson, Abraham Jones, Halston Kilgore, Austin Leonard, Xavier Lester, Spencer Liebold, Christopher Litt, Brian McAlpine, Germaine Miller, Ethan Moreland-Sensabaugh, Robert Mullins, Jahleel Rauschenbach, Eric Richardson, Matthew Rosebrock, Matt Singleton, Jordan Smith, Dominick Terrell, Logan Tuck, Malik Walburn, Brendan Waugh, Adam Williams, Jason Williams, Taylor Witcher, Christopher

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WOMEN 2011-Current 2011-Current 2011-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-2012 2011-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-Current 2011-Current 2011-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-2012 2011-2012 2011-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2012-Current 2011-2012

Bachman, Katie Bowman, Chloe Brown, Nicole Cassidy, Hali Catlett, Carly Childers, Caroline Collins, Chelsi Collins, Rachel Cupach, Britainy England, Elizabeth Donovan, Jayma Gaiter, Charde Green, Allison Hall, Alex Hall, Vogue Lindsay, Ann-Marie Liddane, Micaela McKean, Michelle Miller, Aubrey Mullins, Kiani Osborn, Alex Palmer, Larresha Priest, Molly Rini, Katlyn Russell, Emma Stevens, Cassie Walker, Tara Willeke, Meghan Willeman, Amber Williams, Taylor

2012-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-Current 2011-2012 2011-Current 2011-2012 2011-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2012-Current 2012-Current 2011-2012 2011-Current 2012-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2011-Current 2012-Current 2011-2012 2011-Current 2011-2012 2012-Current 2012-Current

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OHIO DOMINICAN UNIVERSITY

ODU is an accredited four-year liberal arts institution, founded in 1911 in the Catholic and Cominican traditions. The university has more than 3,100 students and offers undergraduate degrees in more than 50 majors as well as six graduate degree programs. ODU uses a student-centered approach, with a commitment to quality teaching and learning and a number of academic programs of distinction. Academics are at the heart of everything at ODU. Institutions of higher learning exist to provide education for their students, and that education starts in the classroom. It continues, of course, on athletic fields, in residence halls, in rehearsals and clubs, in the library and the lab, but it begins with the relationship between students and their instructors. ODU’s core curriculum, taken by all students, focuses on seven learning outcomes that collectively identify the institutions expectations for what all students will be able to be and do as ODU graduates. Led by a talented faculty dedicated to excellence in teaching a committed to helping students learn, ODU’s student engagement model focuses on serving the whole student through personal attention and assistance in collaboration with the institution’s Division of Student Development. ODU is fully accredited and offers academic programs at the baccalauretate and masters degree levels through five divisions: Arts and Letters; Social and Behavioral Sciences; Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences; Business; and Education.

The university is significantly expanding the level of on-campus student extracurricular activities and improving residential life. At the same time, ODU has expanded its extracurricular offerings, providing a greater number of on-campus activities for both residential and commuter students. A central focuse been the addition of the new Student Center and expansion of athletic programs, which attrack student athletes and non-student athletes alike, and foster alumni participation. Student organizations and activities at ODU offer events and activities that relate to areas of academic interest, student government, artistic performance, multicultural identity, media, athletic, social, honorary, religious and service organizations. ODU student activities and events are open to all students. Ohio Dominican is focused on becoming the preeminent Catholic institution of higher learning, providing quality programs in both the liberal arts and the professions, committed to the fundamental value of liberal education and deeply rooted in its Dominican tradition. ODU is known for its student-centered and innovative approaches to teaching and learning, its commitment to excellence in academic and co-curricular programs; its commitment to service and community responsibility; its outstanding campus facilities and resources; its global outreach in response to educational needs; and its reputation for distinction in values-based higher education.

Church Affiliation: Roman Catholic, founded by the Congregation of Dominican Sisters of St. Mary Springs (now Dominican Sisters of Peace). Motto: “To contemplate truth and to share with others the fruits of this contemplation.” Campuses: Main Campus on Sunbury Road and Airport Drive, Tuttle Crossing (Adult degree programs offered at all campuses).

Undergraduate: Undergraduate degrees in more than 50 majors. Degrees: Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science Master’s Degrees: Master of Arts in Theology, Master of Business Administration. Master of Education, Master of Arts in Liberal Studies, Master of Arts in TESOL, other degrees in development. Undergraduate Costs: Tuition & Fees - $25,280 per year. Room and board - $8,322 (based on room type)

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CITY OF COLUMBUS

With a population of 787,033 covering more than 210 square miles, Columbus is the largest city in Ohio and the 15th largest city in the United States. Columbus offers something special for everyone, from the No. 1 science center in the country at COSI and the nation’s No. 1 zoo at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium to the lively Arena District, the hip Short North Arts District and historic German Village. Ohio’s capital city, Columbus has a dynamic business climate, a commitment to diversity, exciting annual festivals and cultural events, and unique arts and entertainment opportunities. We also are proud to be the home of great professional, amateur and collegiate sports, including the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets, Major League Soccer’s Columbus Crew and Triple-A baseball’s Columbus Clippers. Other major annual sports events include the Arnold Sports Festival & Fitness Weekend, PGA Memorial Tournament at Muirfield, The Columbus Marathon and New Albany Classic Grand Prix. Many nationally recognized companies began in Columbus, including Wendy’s International, Worthington Industries, CompuServe, Red Roof Inns, Bank One, Huntingon Bancshares, Limited Brands, Nationwide Insurance, the Longaberger Company and Bob Evans, Inc., Abercrombie & Fitch and Express.

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ODU INFORMATION FROM I-670 TO THE ODU CAMPUS Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7) Left to Nelson Road Right (North) on Nelson Road to Airport Drive/ Leonard Avenue Left (West) to Sunbury Road (1st light) Right (North) on Sunbury Road to the 2nd light Visitor parking is on your left

GETTING TO I-670 IN COLUMBUS From Cleveland and points North... I-71 South to I-270 in Columbus I-270 East to I-670 West Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7) From Cincinnati and points South... I-71 North to I-670 in Columbus Exit I-670 East at 5th Avenue (exit 7) From Pittsburgh and points East... I-70 West to I-270 Columbus I-270 North to I-670 Exit I-670 West at 5th Avenue (exit 7) From Dayton and points West... I-70 East to Columbus I-71 North to I-670 East Exit I-670 at 5th Avenue (exit 7)

OHIO DOMINICAN DIRECTORY General Info: 1-800-955-OHIO Fax: (614) 252-0776 Academic Affairs: (614) 251-4730 Admissions: (614) 251-4500 Alumni Office: (614) 251-4617 Campus Ministry: (614) 251-2567 College Operator: (614) 253-2741 Financial Aid: (614) 251-4640 International Office: (614) 251-4646 Intramurals: (614) 251-4531 Library: (614) 251-4752 Security: (614) 251-4700 Student Activities: (614) 251-4726 Student Service Center: (614) 251-4550 Sports Hotline: (614) 251-4590 University Relations: (614) 251-4453

Dr. Peter Cimbolic

(614) 251-4690

James Caridi

(614) 251-4596

Jeff Blair

(614) 251-4735

Bill Blazer

(614) 251-4710

Sandy Rowley

(614) 251-4538

Cindy Hahn

(614) 251-4642

Dr. Tim Walker

(614) 251-4658

Elia Diaz

(614) 251-4537

Jamison French

(614) 251-4864

JR Bonham

(614) 251-4864

Nicole Cochran

(614) 251-4864

President

Vice President of Student Development Athletic Director Athletic Director Emeritus Asst. AD/Senior Woman Administrator Director of Compliance Faculty Athletic Representative Athletic Administrative Assistant Head Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer Assistant Athletic Trainer

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Profile for Ohio Dominican University Athletics

2013 Ohio Dominican Track & Field and Cross Country Information Guide  

2013 Ohio Dominican Track & Field and Cross Country Information Guide

2013 Ohio Dominican Track & Field and Cross Country Information Guide  

2013 Ohio Dominican Track & Field and Cross Country Information Guide

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