The Ohio Athletic Conference has named junior quarterback Brody Hahn OAC Offensive Player of the Week, freshman defensive back Yo-Vonne Roberts OAC Defensive Player of the Week, and sophomore kicker Gavin Costello OAC Special Teams Player of the Week.
Hahn led the offensive attack with 377 total yards and four total touchdowns in a dominant win against Capital on Saturday, 51-14. Hahn went 14-of-24 for 229 yards and two touchdowns, led the team in rushing with 13 carries, 120 yards, and one touchdown and caught a touchdown pass for 24 yards. Hahn ended his third year ranked first all-time in total offense with 6,376 yards (4,902 passing/1,474 rushing). He also ranks first all-time in career passing attempts with 792 and is tied for first all-time with Jeff Morris (1997-00) and Jake Burns (2007-10) in passing touchdowns with 30. Hahn's performance helped the Muskingum offense amass 592 total yards, the most since they had 591 in 1999 against Hiram.
Roberts ended the game with four tackles and three interceptions. His three interceptions rank second all-time for interceptions in a game with Matt Louis (2000), Corey Harper (1989), Doug Devito (1984), Chuck Brown (1983, 1984), Greg Tuel (1983), Mike Miller (1975), and Doug Welsh (1966). Roberts' dominant performance on defense helped hold the Capital offense to 209 total yards and 14 points.
Costello ended the game going 3-for-4 on field goals and converting all extra-point attempts for the Muskies. Costello is tied for first all-time with Vern Albery (1966) for field goals made in a season with 11.