Muskingum football senior defensive lineman Tim Ousley was named First Team All-Ohio Athletic Conference and honored with the Paul Hoernemann Award for being named the top defensive lineman in the Ohio Athletic Conference. Sophomore kicker Gavin Costello also received First Team All-OAC honors, while senior running back Bernard Johnson was named Second Team All-OAC. Junior defensive back Brian Brown and junior punter Jarrett Patton rounded out the Muskie honorees with Honorable Mention All-OAC accolades.
The Ohio Athletic Conference has named junior quarterback Brody Hahn OAC Offensive Player of the Week, freshman defensive back Yo-Vonne Roberts OAC Defensive Player of the Week, and sophomore kicker Gavin Costello OAC Special Teams Player of the Week.
The Muskingum football team travels to Capital on Saturday to battle the Crusaders in their final game of the season and wrap-up Ohio Athletic Conference play. The kickoff is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. at Bernlohr Stadium.
The Muskingum football team travels to 2nd-ranked Mount Union on Saturday to battle the Purple Raiders in Ohio Atheltic Conference action. The kickoff is scheduled for 1:30 p.m. in Mount Union Stadium.
The Muskingum football team will look to carry its momentum from last week's win to University Heights when the Muskies face 17th-ranked John Carroll on Saturday, October 5. Game time is scheduled for 1:30 p.m.
Muskingum Football Head Coach Erik Ieuter, senior running back Bernard Johnson and junior offensive lineman TJ Boyd joined the Muskie Sports Network to talk about Muskingum’s convincing 38-21 win vs. Wilmington. The Muskies erupted for 520 yards of offense, which included 359 yards rushing. It marked Muskingum’s most yards of offense since 1999 and most rushing yards since 2014.
The Muskingum Football team played at rival Marietta in the annual Shriner Game on Saturday. Muskingum ended the game with a season-best 463 yards of offense, which included a season-high 291 passing yards.