A look back at the top 10 moments of the fall season

4- Women’s Soccer stuns Denison
The highlight of the women’s soccer season was the upset of Denison University. Denison was ranked as the eighth best team in the country at the time. The two squads battled back and forth, neither able to find the back of the net in the first 90 minutes of regulation. The Spartan defense held fast against the Denison attack led by fourth-year student and starting goalkeeper Meghan Romelfanger to stopped all six shots on goal while Denison took 21 shots. This sent the game into overtime where Makenzie Best stole the ball at midfield and beat the keeper to stun Denison and give the Spartans the win in the 107th minute of play. The win also gave head coach Tiffany Crooks her 77th victory tying her for the program record, which she will gain with her first win next season.

5- Spartans run to championship
Following strong performances at the NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship the Spartans will be sending a pair of runners to compete in the 2015 NCAA Division III Cross Country championship. Fourth-year student Kelsey Aamoth will represent the women for the second straight year at the championship race after finishing in second at the Great Lakes Regional. Second-year student Sam Merriman will take his first trip to the championships after finishing ninth overall.

6- Volleyball kept on winning
The volleyball team started their season with an incredible 10-game undefeated run. The streak was capped by a thrilling showdown against top rival number 18 nationally ranked University of Mount Union as the Spartans won in straight sets. Unfortunately the Spartans fell in game 11 as they lost the final set against local rival Baldwin Wallace University. The streak put the Spartans on the map.

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