John Carroll’s women’s basketball team defeated Marietta in the final regular season game, clinching the OAC tournamnet #2 seed. The final score was 88-65, and senior Missy Spahar broke the all-time scoring record in the second half.
John Carroll’s Cinderella season ended with a 25-16 loss to St. John Fisher in the season’s final game on Nov. 23. Dale Armbruster and John Kosko had the call.
In the “Game of the Decade,” the Blue Streaks fell short of an OAC Championship, losing to Mount Union by a final score of 42-34. JCU erased a three-score deficit and had a chance on the final drive, but could not shock the Purple Raiders. Dale Armbruster and John Kosko had the call.
In one of the most shocking outcomes of the season, the Blue Streaks dominated the Heidelberg Student Princes, 48-7, in front of one of the most raucous crowds in Shula Stadium history. The win propelled the team into the OAC Championship Game. Dale Armbruster, John Kosko, and Connor Glowacki had the call.
The #20 Blue Streaks battled through first quarter woes and ripped off 38 unanswered points in a 41-9 victory over Muskingum in rainy University Heights, OH. The win moved the Blue Streaks up to #16 nationally.
Tommy Michals ran for 132 yards and three touchdowns as the #16 Blue Streaks recorded their fourth shutout in a 47-0 victory over Ohio Northern in Ada, OH. The win propelled the Blue Streaks to the #15 ranking in the country as of the morning of 10/28.
The undefeated Blue Streaks slammed the Crusaders, 54-0 at Don Shula Stadium. DaQuan Grobsmith had three rushing touchdowns and Alex Kline had two receiving scores in the win, which propelled the Blue Streaks to a #21 ranking in the next poll.
DaQuan Grobsmith rushed for 115 yards as the John Carroll Blue Streaks football team rolled over Baldwin Wallace, 27-7 in Berea. It marked the first victory for JCU in Berea since 2001, and it improved the team’s record to 2-0.
The John Carroll Blue Streaks (1-0) defeated the St. Norbert Green Knights (0-1) of the Midwest Conference, 41-0, this past Saturday at Toyota Park in Chicago, Illinois. Led by a school record 526 passing yards from junior QB Mark Myers, the Blue Streaks dominated the action from the first whistle to the final snap. Dale [...]