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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: Tennis
« Last post by Wick250 on May 04, 2022, 05:37:33 PM »
Congratulations to both teams.  I watched both championships on Sunday.  Impressive, and both teams are very young.

Also congratulations to the lacrosse team that finished the regular MAC season as tri-champions with a 8-2 conference record.  Amazing to tie two established programs in only our second year of operation.

Expect the track teams to collect more hardware this weekend.  It has been a good spring.  Only the softball team is under-performing. Baseball is bad but I understand that they were destroyed by the transfer portal after last season.
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YSU Penguin Athletics / Tennis
« Last post by guinpen on May 04, 2022, 09:43:02 AM »

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – For the first time in Youngstown State history, both the men’s and women’s teams are heading to the NCAA Tournament.

Youngstown State women’s tennis grabs first conference title since 2018
For the men, it is the first time in program history that they are advancing to the tournament.

As for the women, they are heading back to the tournament for the sixth time in program history.

The YSU men will travel to 4-seed Ohio State to take on the Buckeyes on Friday.

As for the women, they will travel to Virginia for their first round game to face the 5th-seeded Cavaliers.

Both teams are advancing to the NCAA Tournament after winning the Horizon League championships on Sunday.
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Ohio State dishes out $1.9 million to host Kent State in 2026
Youngstown State is receiving $800,000 for its game in 2023.


There's a difference on the field between FBS & FCS football programs and apparently there's a one million dollar difference in payouts.

Youngstown State is receiving $800,000 for its game at Ohio Stadium in 2023.

Ten other non-conference opponents between 2022 & 2028, all FBS schools are receiving at lease one million dollars more.

Arkansas State and Toledo, both who play in Columbus this coming season are each receiving $1.8 million dollars.

The highest payout goes to Connecticut in 2025. They'll receive $1.95 million.

Western Kentucky, who plays the Buckeyes next year are receiving $1.8 million.

Kent State, who agreed to play at Ohio Stadium in 2026 is getting $1.9 million dollars.  Ball State, is also getting $1.9 million for a game in 2026.

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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: Spring Game
« Last post by Double ET on May 01, 2022, 03:16:31 PM »
Keyon Martin has entered the portal

From Tribune/Vindy

YSU’s Martin, Stafford transferring

LOCAL SPORTS
MAY 1, 2022

 
 
Staff report


YOUNGSTOWN — The Youngstown State defense lost a pair of players this week, as lineman Jelani Stafford and defensive back Keyon Martin announced via Twitter they entered the portal.

Stafford played in all 10 games last season for YSU and made one start at Michigan State. He had 13 tackles, including nine solo stops, and forced a fumble against North Dakota State. Stafford announced Thursday he had received an offer from Ohio University.

Martin started all 10 games last season. He recorded 32 tackles, including 22 solo stops, had 10 pa$$ breakups and one interception. That pick and a forced fumble came against Missouri State.

Martin received an offer from Colorado State on Saturday.
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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: Spring Game
« Last post by dwj on May 01, 2022, 03:09:20 PM »
Kenyon Martin is good hate to see him go.  Wish him the best. 
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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: NFL draft
« Last post by Double ET on May 01, 2022, 12:34:47 PM »
Unfortunately, the Colts also drafted a TE in the third round in this drafted. It will be tough for Ogletree to mane the roster. If he does well, he might be able to hook up with another team or the practice squad.Kevin Raider has been on the Steelers practice squad for 3 years ( he was called up to the active roster couple of times late in the season.
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YSU Penguin Athletics / NFL draft
« Last post by Double ET on May 01, 2022, 06:32:20 AM »
From today’s Tribune/Vindy

YSU TE Ogletree drafted by Colts

LOCAL SPORTS
MAY 1, 2022


YOUNGSTOWN — Youngstown State tight end Drew Ogletree was drafted in the sixth round by the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday. He was the 192nd overall selection.

Ogletree, a Dayton native, caught 40 pa$$es for 391 yards in two seasons as a Penguin. Last season, he had 28 receptions for 282 yards. At Findlay, where he played from 2016-2019, the 6-foot-6 target hauled in 91 pa$$es for 1,147 yards and 10 touchdowns.

Ogletree is the first Youngstown State player to be drafted since Derek Rivers and Avery Moss were taken in the third and fifth rounds, respectively, in the 2017 draft.

After the draft concluded, fellow former Penguin Grant Dixon, a linebacker, was extended an invitation to the Colts’ rookie mini-camp.
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YSU Penguin Athletics / Re: Spring Game
« Last post by IronGuin14 on April 30, 2022, 12:21:42 PM »
Keyon Martin has entered the portal
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For the record, I do not hate OSU, my daughter and S-I-L graduated from there & I am proud. It is just that Youngstown loves OSU to the point of ignoring YSU, and all this will do is reinforce the naysayers that still think we are D-II football. Anyone but OSU is fine with me, just get your check, have a real game-plan and play everyone.

PS: complete agreement with Akron and Kent Guinpen. I was nevermore happy than when that game was cancelled. What a mistake.
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