Mohawk women’s soccer star Ashley Hagen was a double winner of Ontario Colleges Athletic Association awards for the seven day period ending Sunday Sept. 23.
Hagen was named overall female athlete of the week and women’s soccer athlete of the week.
The reigning OCAA all-star from Ancaster, came through in the clutch in Mohawk’s match against arch rival Redeemer.
The third-year forward scored the game’s lone goal, in injury time, as the Mountaineers pulled out a 1-0 win, improving to 2-2-0 at the halfway mark of the regular season.
Dougan scores late winner
Colin Dougan’s goal in the 88th minute gave the Mohawk Mountaineers a 3-2 win over the Redeemer Royals in OCAA men’s soccer action last Saturday.
The Royals led 1-0 at the half, thanks to Dirk Van Soelen.
Mohawk took the lead on a Matt Kernick penalty and Patryk Korbut tally before Redeemer drew even on a goal by Zander Jacobs.
The men’s soccer team built a 3-0 lead then had to hold on in stoppage time to nip Sheridan 3-2 in OCAA action at Redeemer Sept. 19.
Abdullah Abdullah, Momo Veljko and Zachary Waldick gave the Mountaineers a 3-0 lead, but during three minutes of time added at the end of the game the Bruins scored twice.
A third Redeemer goal was thwarted by Mohawk goalkeeper Alex Mickeloff in the final seconds.
In women’s soccer action Sheridan scored four second half goals to beat the Mountaineers 4-0 on Sept. 19.
Three days later Ashley Hagen’s scored her fourth goal of the season in the final minute to lead Mohawk to a 1-0 win over Redeemer.
The Mohawk women’s fastball team is still looking for its first win of the OCAA season. The Mountaineers ran into a juggernaut called the Durham Lords, losing 17-9 and 20-1 at Mohawk Sports Park on Sept. 20.
Men’s rugby action saw the powerful Humber Hawks Mohawk 104-10 last Saturday.
Thomas Piche and Eric Moyer got the tries for Mohawk.
In women’s rugby, Humber slammed the Mountaineers 115-0.
Both Mohawk teams are 0-2.
Mohawk cross country runners fashioned strong efforts at the Fanshawe Invitational last Saturday.
There was an incredibly fast pace for the men as the top 35 runners were timed under 30 minutes for the eight kilometre course.
Mohawk’s men’s team placed 4th, just two points behind third place Fleming.
Individual results were Jesse Wilcox 13th in 27:34, Hassan Ishaq 23rd in 28:47, Kevin Patterson 29th in 29:14, John Miles 30th in 29:19, Bradley Wilcox 31st in 29:34, Luc Seguin 34th in 29:46 and Dan Namisniak 56th in 33:31.
Mohawk had three individual entries in the 5-K women’s race.
The top Mountaineer woman was Kassandra O’Reilly, who was 23rd in 22:25.
Maria Novelli was 31st at 23:21 and Sarah Bush 42nd with a time of 26:09.
Conditions were a big part of the story in the eighth annual Fanshawe College Fall Golf Classic last weekend.
Wet, cold and windy conditions, along with lots of wooded areas, fescue and water made London’s Forest City National Golf Club course even more challenging.
Connor Wilks led the Mohawk men with an 84, while Ashley Cochrane was the top Mountaineer woman, carding a 96.