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Football Closes Out Season with OAC Game vs. Heidelberg on Seniors' and Parents' Day

Football Closes Out Season with OAC Game vs. Heidelberg on Seniors' and Parents' Day

Baldwin Wallace Yellow Jackets (6-3, 6-2 OAC) at
Heidelberg University (5-4, 5-3 OAC)

Saturday, November 14, 2015
1:30 p.m.
Tressel Field at Finnie Stadium
Seniors' and Parents' Day

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Today's Game --  The Baldwin Wallace University Yellow Jacket football team closes out the 2015 season as it hosts an Ohio Athletic Conference and Seniors' and Parents' Day game against Heidelberg University on the Tressel Field.

Series Notes --  BW and Heidelberg have met 68times on the gridiron with BW holding an 46-22 all-time series lead. BW has played Heidelberg more than any other opponent in football. The series began in 1897 with the Yellow Jackets defeating the Student Princes, 10-0, in Berea. The last Yellow Jackets win came in 2011 when it beat Heidelberg, 35-20, in Berea.

Last Meeting -- The last time BW and Mount Union met on November 15, 2014, the Student Princes defeated the Yellow Jackets by a final score of 52-20.   Heidelberg outgained BW in total yards by a margin of 644-356.  The Students Princes won the ground attack and aerial assault by counts of 307-107 and 337-249, respectively.

Scouting The Yellow Jackets
In week nine of the season, BW was held scoreless for the first time this season on 87 rushing yards, 61 yards passing for a total yards of 148 total yards. Mount Union scored 42 points on 252 passing yards, 216 rushing yards and 468 total yards. 

Yellow Jacket Statistical Leaders

Offensively, BW senior quarterback Tyler Moeglin (Canton /St. Thomas Aquinas) has completed 137 of 195 passes for 1,573 yards with 11 TD's and just two interceptions. He also leads the team in rushing with 739 yards on 144 attempts with 11 more TD's. Senior running back Issac Reed III (Lehigh Acres, Fla./ Lehigh) is second in rushing with 440 yards on 75 attempts with six TD's. Junior wide receiver Bryon Cook (Tallmadge) tops the receiving corps with 27 catches for 400 yards and five TD's. 

Defensively, sophomore linebacker Sam Groff (Waynesburg/Sandy Valley) leads the team in tackles with 68.  Sophomore linebacker Sean Nischwitz (Clinton/Green) is second with 61 tackles and has one sack.  Junior defensive back Brock Hull (Youngstown/Boardman) is third with 55 stops and leads the team with three interceptions. 

Scouting the Student Princes
In week nine of the season, Heidelberg scored 45 points as it rushed for 228 yards, passed for 284 yards and had 512 total yards. Capital University scored 30 points as it rushed for 307 yards, passed for 130 yards and had a total of 437 yards.

Student Prince Statistical Leaders
Offensivley, sophomore quarterback Tyler Stoyle has completed 37 of 209 passes for 65.6% with 1,669 yards with 22 TD's and just two interceptions. He also has rushed for 85 yards and two more scores. Senior running back Bryan Lacey leads the Berg and OAC rushing attack with with 1,091 yards on 182 attempts with 12 TD's. Junior wide receiver Nick Delisa leads the receiving corps with 39 catches for 388 yards and six TD's. 

Defensively,  senior linebacker Will Lance leads the team with 61 tackles.  Senior linebacker Clay Staib is second with 54 stops and has a forced fumble, fumble recovery and an interception. Sophomore defensive lineman Austin Crow is third with 47 tackles and is second with three sacks.