Ohio Dominican sophomore wide receiver Cory Contini (Dover, Ohio) was named a CoSIDA First Team Academic All-American on Wednesday. He is the fourth football student-athlete to earn First Team Academic All-American honors in program honors and the first since 2011.
Senior Billy Eakins (Pickerington, Ohio) and junior Demetrius Farmer (Dover, Ohio) were named First Team All-GLIAC selections to highlight 10 total Ohio Dominican football players named to the all-conference list.
With playoff implications on the line, the top two teams in the GLIAC South Division will meet up at noon Saturday in Panther Stadium as ODU plays host to No. 20 Ashland in the regular season finale for both teams.
Ohio Dominican’s defense stood strong against Wayne State’s high-powered offense, and the Panthers offense came to life itself in the second half as the Panthers won a physical 28-17 contest against the Warriors Saturday afternoon in GLIAC play.
Ohio Dominican’s football team embarks on its final road trip of the season as the Panthers will travel to North Canton to take on Walsh. This will be the 11th all-time meeting between the teams, which is the most times ODU has matched up against one opponent in program history.
Junior Grant Russell (Newark, Ohio) completed his first 20 passes and Ohio Dominican’s football team totaled 539 yards of offense as the Panthers defeated Northern Michigan 38-28 in GLIAC play Saturday afternoon.
For the first time since 2013, Ohio Dominican’s football team will cross the Mackinac Bridge as the Panthers take on Northern Michigan at 1 p.m. Saturday. This is the third all-time meeting between the schools, with ODU taking the first two contests, including a 30-23 decision in the Superior Dome three years ago.
Ohio Dominican’s football team stood toe-to-toe with No. 2 Grand Valley State, but a turnover inside the Laker red zone with 17 seconds ended the Panthers’ upset bid as ODU fell 24-21 at home Saturday afternoon in GLIAC play.
A 31 yard catch and run for a score by freshman EJ Colson (Middletown, Ohio) late in the fourth quarter helped Ohio Dominican’s football team pull away from host Saginaw Valley 21-10 Saturday night in GLIAC play.
Playing its third road night game in four weeks, Ohio Dominican’s football team will look to regain its winning ways as the Panthers travel to Michigan to take on Saginaw Valley State at 7 p.m. Saturday.