Bishop top Tigers, stay perfect in NCAC


Sophomore midfielder Garrett Smith scored Ohio Wesleyan’s first 2 goals and junior attacker Spencer Amacher scored 3 times during a 7-0 run as the OWU men’s lacrosse team pulled away for a 14-5 North Coast Athletic Conference win over DePauw on Sunday at Selby Stadium.

A pair of Smith goals gave the Bishops a 2-0 lead in the early going, and after DePauw’s Gavin Berry put the Tigers on the scoreboard, freshman attacker Wade Beckstrom and junior attacker Carson Geier followed with scores to put Ohio Wesleyan up, 4-1, after the first quarter.

The Tigers closed to within 4-3 as Henry White and Jack Neff scored goals just :33 apart, but Amacher answered with a goal and Geier and junior midfielder Joey Weisman followed with goals to give the Bishops a 7-3 lead at the break, and freshman midfielder Henry Ross tallied the only goal of the third period to increase the margin to 8-3.

Junior midfielder Brady Hunt scored in the opening minute of the fourth quarter and Amacher added 2 more goals as Ohio Wesleyan stretched its lead to 11-3 early in the fourth period.

Amacher led the Bishops with 3 goals and an assist, while Geier scored 3 goals and Smith added 2 goals and an assist. Senior Paddy Colligan went the distance in the Bishop crease, finishing with 7 saves.


Senior Mark Siriwanichkul stood out for Ohio Wesleyan, but 13th-ranked Denison defeated the Bishops 9-0 in a North Coast Athletic Conference match on Sunday at the Luttinger Family Tennis Center.

At No. 1 singles, Siriwanichkul battled 19th-ranked Ethan Green, eventually falling by scores of 6-3, 6-0.

Siriwanichkul and sophomore Kobe Francis lost to the eighth-ranked tandem of Green and Kael Shah at No. 1 doubles by a count of 8-0.

The Bishop No. 3 doubles team of freshman Gabe Fogle and sophomore Rainer Holl lost to Milan Gonela and Andy Mackler by an 8-3 score, and the Ohio Wesleyan No. 2 doubles team of senior Marcelo Aguilar and senior Elliot Spicer fell to Colin Gramley and Archie Turner, 8-2.


Kenyon 10, Ohio Wesleyan 0.


Baldwin Wallace 4, Ohio Wesleyan 2; Baldwin Wallace 11, Ohio Wesleyan 9.

OWU Sports Information contributed to this report.

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