Senior linebacker Cameron Kohl (Hilliard, Ohio) is a nominee for the Cliff Harris Award, which is presented annually to the nation’s top small college defensive player. Kohl is the lone nominee from the G-MAC for the award.
For a second straight year, Ohio Dominican wide receiver Cory Contini (Dover, Ohio) was recognized as a CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American, while senior center Andrew Lorenz (Dublin, Ohio) earned Second Team Academic All-American honors.
A trio of Ohio Dominican football players were tabbed to the D2CCA All-Super Region 1 Team, with junior receiver Cory Contini (Dover, Ohio) earning First Team honors and senior offensive linemen Andrew Lorenz (Dublin, Ohio) and Zack Williams (Hilliard, Ohio) being named to the Second Team.
Senior center Andrew Lorenz (Dublin, Ohio) and junior wide receiver Cory Contini (Dover, Ohio) were selected to the CoSIDA Academic All-District team on Thursday in voting conducted by the region’s sports information directors.
Senior quarterback Grant Russell (Newark, Ohio) and freshman corner back Shyoun Petteway (Steubenville, Ohio) were named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Players of the Week for their efforts in Saturday’s 49-24 championship win over Findlay.
A stout defensive effort and numerous big plays offensively carried Ohio Dominican’s football team to a 49-24 win over No. 21/24 Findlay on Saturday afternoon to give the Panthers the Great Midwest Athletic Conference title.
The offense racked up 638 total yards and the defense limited Kentucky Wesleyan to 278 as Ohio Dominican’s football team raced to a 63-7 home victory on Saturday afternoon, remaining unbeaten in G-MAC play and setting up a conference title showdown against Findlay next Saturday.
Winners of four straight, Ohio Dominican’s football team heads back to Canton for the second time in a month as the Panthers take on Walsh at the newly renovated Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium for an 8 p.m. kickoff Saturday.
Sophomore running back EJ Colson (Middletown, Ohio) was named the G-MAC Offensive Player of the Week after rushing for a career-high 153 yards and four touchdowns in Ohio Dominican’s 53-13 win at Alderson Broaddus on Saturday afternoon.
After making 15 tackles, recovering a fumble and intercepting a pass in Ohio Dominican's 41-27 win over Hillsdale, freshman corner back Shyoun Petteway (Steubenville, Ohio) was named the G-MAC Defensive Player of the Week on Monday.
Ohio Dominican and Hillsdale renew their rivalry on the gridiron as the Panthers welcome the Chargers to Columbus for a Homecoming showdown between the teams projected to finish atop the G-MAC standings.
Two interceptions deep in Ohio Dominican territory and two long offensive plays helped lead Ohio Dominican’s football team to a 20-3 victory in G-MAC action at Malone Saturday night from Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium.
Ohio Dominican’s football team bounced back in a big way with a 51-0 win against Lake Erie in week four, and the Panthers will look to keep that momentum rolling as ODU travels to Malone for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff Saturday.
Freshman Logen Neidhardt (Hicksville, Ohio) was named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Special Teams Player of the Week on Monday, the first ODU punter to earn a conference player of the week award in the program’s Division II era.
On an unseasonably warm fall night, Ohio Dominican’s football team posted its first shutout since 2013 while racking up 640 yards of total offense as the Panthers blew past Lake Erie 51-0 in the program’s first G-MAC game Saturday night.
Playing its first game against an FCS opponent in school history, Ohio Dominican’s football team had a halftime lead at Penn but ultimately fell 42-24 to the two-time defending Ivy League champs Saturday afternoon.