Oct 12 On Campus Report
Carleton’s Keaton Bruggeling is tied for third in the OUA with three touchdowns. He is an Eden grad.
Anthony Federico had two solo tackles, two assisted tackles and a sack to lead the Queen’s Gaels to a 14-8 victory over the Guelph Gryphons in Ontario University Athletics football play.
The Saint Michael Niagara Falls alumnus is first in the OUA in tackles for losses with 8.5 and is tops in sacks with a half dozen.
Keaton Bruggeling had a 23-yard TD catch among two catches for 31 yards to help the Carleton Ravens to a 27-24 victory over the University of Toronto Varsity Blues.
The Eden product is tied for third in the OUA with three touchdowns.
Also for Carleton in the victory over Toronto, Sir Winston Churchill alumnus Josh Ferguson had 12 rushes for 58 yards and a catch.
Other Niagara athletes found in the top 10 in OUA statistical categories are: Waterloo’s Tre Ford (A.N. Myer), fifth in rushing 93.3 a game; second in completion percentage at 66.3; and first in total offence with 1,083 yards, including 803 passing yards; and Waterloo’s Tyrell Ford (A.N. Myer), fourth in punt returns averaging 14.1 yards per return.
BROCK’S TOP ATHLETES
Softball pitcher Megan Morrow and baseball pitcher Connor Ambrogio were named Brock’s male and female athletes of the week for the week ending Oc.10.
Morrow, a second-year teacher education student from Napanee, putting the finishes touches on a 10-3 victory over McMaster that helped Brock snap a three-game losing skid. She wife three batters over three innings while allowing only three runs on five hits.
Ambrogio, a third-year sport management student from Dorchester, notched six strikeouts in nine innings helping the Badgers defeat McMaster 4-1 in the OUA Regionals. He only allowed one run on five hits with a single walk allowed.
NIAGARA WOMEN PERFECT
The Niagara Knights women’s soccer team completed a perfect 6-0 regular season with a 4-0 victory over Redeemer.
Sydney Sica (Saint Michael), Terrin Hultink (Smithville Christian), Katelyn Mix and Rylan Greatrix (Saint Paul) scored for Niagara.
Team captains Hultink and Sica are tied for the team lead in goals with nine.
Niagara is the eighth-ranked team in the country.