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Tyler Posts Career-High Numbers to Open Season

Athletic achievements of Oakton High, Flint Hill School alumni

Throughout the school year, Oakton Patch works hard to keep readers updated on the athletic achievements of Oakton High and Flint Hill School students. But what happens once those athletes leave high school?

With strong programs at both high schools, many students have opportunities to continue with athletics in college. And some are talented enough for a post-collegiate athletic career. 

This weekly feature highlights what graduates from Oakton High and Flint Hill School are accomplishing beyond high school.

Are we missing a notable stat from the past week? Email Nicole.Trifone@patch.com to have it added.

Week of Sept. 3-9

Baseball

Alfredo Rodriguez ended the last week of his minor league season with a bang, hitting .357 with an on-base percentage of .483 in the last four games. Rodriguez had two standout games in the last week. He went 1 for 3, scored a run, tallied a two-out RBI and walked twice for a .600 OBP in the Sept. 4 game against the Billings Mustangs. In the last game of the season, Rodriguez had an .833 OBP after going 2 for 3, walking three times and scoring two runs in the Helena Brewers' 14-10 loss. Rodriguez ended the season with a .281 AVG, .379 OBP, 75 hits, 36 RBI and seven stolen bases over 72 games this season.

Basketball

Jasmine Thomas scored 30 points over three games this week, 15 of which were scored in the Sept. 7 game against the Los Angeles Sparks.

Cross-Country

Chris Jewell placed 32nd with a time of 26:58.0 in the Mount St. Mary's race in the Nassaney Invitational hosted by Bryant University on Saturday.

Football

After making a career-high 17 tackles in Virginia Tech's season-opener against Georgia Tech on Monday, Jack Tyler notched eight tackles against Austin Peay on Saturday. Tyler was named as one of the ACC Players of the Week for his performance in the Georgia Tech game.

Trey Watts racked up 92 yards rushing and 53 yards receiving in Tulsa's 45-10 win over Tulane on Saturday. 

Chris Coyer threw 62- and 35-yard passes for touchdowns in Temple's loss to Maryland on Saturday. Coyer rushed for 53 yards on 17 carries and threw for 178 yards.

Jovan Smith rushed 94 yards on 11 carries to lead the Richmond Spiders to victory over Gardner-Webb on Saturday.

Soccer

Tori Janowski tallied 22 kills, 17 assists and 10 digs in a loss to Virginia Commonwealth University on Sept. 7. She had 20 assists in UVA's loss to Georgetown on Sept. 8 and  13 kills, 16 assists in a victory over Appalachian State.

Ashley Bazzarone joined the Brigham Young University defense in shutting out Texas State and holding No. 6 Penn State to one goal to win both games this week. Bazzarone put in 80 minutes against Texas and 90 against Penn State.

Erica Stein made four saves in Emory University's double overtime tie with Johns Hopkins on Friday. She made three saves to shut out Meredith College on Sunday. 

Christie Fellows had four kills in Christopher Newport University's game against Puget Sound, 10 kills against Wittenberg and four against Juniata College.

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Athletes/coaches in season followed in this feature:

Baseball: Alfredo Rodriguez, Helena Brewers (OHS '08)
Basketball: Jasmine Thomas, Washington Mystics (OHS '07)
Cross-Country: Chris Jewell, Mount St. Mary's College (OHS '12); Graham Larson, Coastal Carolina University (OHS '12); Greg Petruncio, George Mason University (OHS '12)
Football: Larry Chambers, Bethany College (FHS '12); Spencer Conley, Oberlin College (OHS '12); Chris Coyer, Temple University (OHS '09); Sam Crummer, Washington & Jefferson College (FHS '12); Emani Fenton, defensive backs coach at Cornell University (FHS '07); Eric Goins, Citadel (OHS '12); Cody Grimm, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (OHS '05); Orey Harris, Waynesburg University (OHS '12); Ian Hartin, Franklin & Marshall College (OHS '12); Arlandis Harvey, James Madison University (FHS '09); C.J. Reimann, College of William & Mary (OHS '12); Shane Savage, Cornell University (FHS '08); Jovan Smith, University of Richmond (FHS '09); Jimmy Speros, University of Richmond (FHS '09); Jack Tyler, Virginia Tech (OHS '09); Trey Watts, University of Tulsa (OHS '09); Hunter Windmuller, Virginia Tech (FHS '12)
Soccer: Sebastian Abrigo, Christopher Newport University (FHS '12); Ashley Bazzarone, Brigham Young University (FHS '09); Katy Colas, Duke University (FHS '11); Logan Cropper, Marymount University (OHS '12); Oscar Ellison IV, Marymount University (FHS '11); Danielle Fitzgerald, University of Kentucky (OHS '12); Robby Gavora, Washington College (FHS '09); Ahmed Ismail, George Mason University (OHS '12); Young Jeong, Randolph-Macon College (OHS '12); Lexie Krall, University of North Carolina — Wilmington (OHS '12); Myles McGinley, Princeton University (FHS '11); Alex Meyers, University of North Carolina — Charlotte (OHS '12); Danielle Somadelis, Marymount University (OHS '12); Erica Stein, Emory University (OHS '09); John Stertzer, University of Maryland (FHS '09); Alex Straton, Duke University (OHS '10); Alex Weaver, University of North Carolina — Charlotte (OHS '12); Colin Whittington, Christopher Newport University (FHS '09)
Volleyball: Terran Bargeron, Christopher Newport University (FHS '11); Christie Fellows, Christopher Newport University (FHS '09); Tori Janowski, University of Virginia (FHS '11); Taylor Nelson, Rutgers University (FHS '11); Chelsea Overholt, Adelphi University (FHS '09)

If you do not see a notable alumni of Oakton High or Flint Hill School on this list, please email Nicole.Trifone@patch.com to have the athlete added.

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Laura Winslow September 11, 2012 at 02:15 PM
Can you add in Nick Koutris of OHS '10, playing football at UVA? Thanks!
Laura Winslow September 11, 2012 at 02:20 PM
Erin Reynolds, OHS '10, soccer at U Mary Washington....

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