Articles by Casey Goetz
Carroll News seniors offer words of wisdom.
Junior John Curran and the Blue Streak basketball team shared the OAC regular season title with Capital. JCU finished the season with a 21-10 record. The Blue Streaks won 11 of 13 games late in the season and made a trip to the Sweet 16 before losing to Wooster.
After splitting a doubleheader with OAC rival Ohio Northern on March 31, the John Carroll University baseball team stood at 12-6 overall and 2-2 OAC. Entering April JCU had many key OAC games in front of them.
Despite the strong showing the team just missed the playoffs. The loss to Cincinnati proved to be deadly as JCU’s final conference record was 4-2, one win shy of the playoffs.
UCLA Darren Collison and UCLA hope get back to the national title game. UCLA will try to avenge last year’s National Championship loss to the Gators. Two starters return from last year, junior Aaron Afflalo and sophomore Luc Richard Mbah a Moute. The road to Atlanta for the Bruins included wins over Weber State, Indiana,…
Women’s golf captures first place in Mount Union Invitational. John Carroll won the tournament with 346 strokes, edging Ohio Northern (349) by just three shots.
As many people know, John Carroll University will host its first Relay For Life ever on April 21 and April 22. This event exists to raise money to help find a cure for a deadly disease –– cancer. Thanks to the tireless efforts of seniors Joel Mullner and Pat Kelly, the JCU community will finally get its first chance to make a difference.
After beating cross-town rival Baldwin-Wallace for the first time in their last seven meetings, the Blue Streaks advanced to the OAC championship game against host Capital.
On a day where six members of the John Carroll University men’s basketball team played their last regular season home game, two of the six seniors went out with career days.
This season, basketball practices at John Carroll University have been a lot more fun. Not because the coaches are taking it easy on the players. But because of who is at practice now. His name is Simon Greenspan, a 21-year-old from Shaker Heights, who attends every practice for the Blue Streaks.