College Insider: Warman among top softball players for CCU

Ross first baseman Kelsey Warman celebrates an out on Springfield Kenton Ridge’s Madison Hall on a double-play throw from center fielder Ashley Parrett during the Rams’ 2-1 victory in a Division II regional semifinal May 25, 2016, at Mason. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF
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Ross first baseman Kelsey Warman celebrates an out on Springfield Kenton Ridge’s Madison Hall on a double-play throw from center fielder Ashley Parrett during the Rams’ 2-1 victory in a Division II regional semifinal May 25, 2016, at Mason. NICK GRAHAM/STAFF

Freshman right fielder Kelsey Warman is the second-leading hitter for Cincinnati Christian University’s softball team this spring.

The Ross High School graduate has a .352 batting average with 10 doubles, two triples, three home runs, 28 RBIs, 22 runs and two stolen bases for the Eagles (20-18).

Freshman pitcher Brooke Wesley (Lakota West) has made 16 appearances and two starts for CCU. She’s 0-2 with a 5.08 earned run average, totaling 24 strikeouts in 30.1 innings.

Cincinnati Christian went 2-2 in the recent River States Conference tournament. The Eagles will travel to Oakland City (Ind.) for a National Christian College Athletic Association Midwest Regional game at noon on Tuesday.

Men's track & field: Mount Union freshman Sean Sherman (Fenwick) was the shot put champion at the Ohio Athletic Conference Championships on April 28-29 in New Concord.

Sherman’s winning heave covered 53 feet, 5 inches. He also finished fourth in the discus (152 feet, 3 inches).

The Raiders easily won the team title with 272 points. Runner-up Ohio Northern had 124.5.

Mount Union will travel to the Baldwin Wallace Invitational on Friday.

Men's golf: Freshman Zack Tenerowicz (Lakota East) was the No. 2 golfer for Detroit at the Horizon League Championship last month in Howey-In-The-Hills, Fla.

Tenerowicz tied for 17th in the individual standings with a 77-74-79—230 on the par-72 El Campeon Course at the Mission Inn Resort. He had an 18-hole average of 76.23 in 26 rounds this season.

The Titans placed sixth as a team in the Horizon tourney.

Baseball: Sophomore infielder Anthony Crow (Fenwick) hit .313 for Ohio Wesleyan, making 25 appearances and 18 starts.

Crow collected three doubles and four RBIs for the Battling Bishops (14-26).

Men's lacrosse: Sophomore attacker Gage Hafl (Lakota West) had five goals and four assists in 14 starts for Hanover.

Evan Bartlett (Talawanda), a sophomore long-stick midfielder, started 13 games for the Panthers (3-12).

Women's lacrosse: Junior midfielder Maddi Brown (Lebanon) tallied eight goals and two assists in 11 games for Findlay (7-11).

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