NCAC Weekly E-newsletter
North Coastline Athletic Meeting Athletes of the 7 days – Feb. three
Men’s Basketball Athlete of the 7 days – Kellen Schreiber, Wabash
Wabash sophomore Kellen Schreiber (Indianapolis, IN/Roncalli) recorded a double-double on Wednesday with 10 factors and 10 rebounds to raise the Little Giants to an eighty-77 victory at Ohio Wesleyan. Saturday, Schreiber generated 15 factors and 6 rebounds in the Little Giants’ 68-67 victory over seventeenth-ranked Wooster. Schreiber hit what proved to be the video game-profitable basket with 5.two seconds remaining in the contest, transferring Wabash into a tie for 2nd place in the NCAC standings.
Women’s Basketball Athlete of the 7 days – Maria Janasko, Wooster
Wooster junior Maria Janasko (Sheffield Lake, OH/Lake Ridge Academy) scored a vocation-high 29 factors to guide the Preventing Scots to an 84-seventy nine earn towards Allegheny. Janasko scored the to start with nine factors for the Scots and was 10-of-fourteen from the field and nine-of-thirteen from the foul line. She also tied for a video game-high 8 rebounds.
Men’s Swimming & Diving Athlete of the 7 days – Connor Rumpit, Kenyon
Kenyon senior Connor Rumpit (Brookfield, WI/Brookfield Central) ongoing carrying out at his very best in lengthy-distance occasions as the Lords defeated Ohio Wesleyan and fell in a shut satisfy to Division I Cleveland Point out this previous weekend. He acquired 4 victories throughout the two meets, the most wins separately among the team. He received the two hundred (1:39.96) and 500 (four:31.05) freestyle occasions towards Ohio Wesleyan and the 500 (four:29.03) and 1,000 (nine:23.eighty three) freestyle occasions towards Cleveland Point out.
Women’s Swimming & Diving Athlete of the 7 days – Caylee Hamilton, Kenyon
Kenyon junior Caylee Hamilton (Wadsworth, IL/Woodlands Academy Sacred Heart) recorded a few victories towards Cleveland Point out, a satisfy the Females received 114-113. Her victories in the 50- (23.65) and a hundred-property (fifty one.67) freestyle occasions ended up equally season-bests and met NCAA ‘B’ minimize benchmarks. She was also component of the Ladies’ two hundred cost-free relay (1:42.sixteen) victory. Against Ohio Wesleyan, Hamilton posted a 2nd-place finish in the a hundred fly with a time of fifty six.69.
Men’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the 7 days – Adriano Atallah, Oberlin
Oberlin junior Adriano Atallah (New Rochelle, NY/Regis) excelled previous 7 days at the Dr. Taraschke Staff Challenge, profitable the two hundred-meter dash with the 2nd-speediest time in the meeting so much this season (22.seventy six). He also took 2nd in the fifty five-meter dash (six.59) and received the lengthy soar (six.38m) to transfer into sixth in the NCAC.
Men’s Indoor Observe, Length/Mid-Length Athlete of the 7 days – Zane Williams, DePauw
DePauw sophomore Zane Williams (Carmel, IN/Carmel) received the three,000-meter race at the Friday Night Spikes Engineering Invitational. Williams beat out a field of 28 opponents, crossing the line in eight:fifty one.ninety nine. His time was the 2nd speediest among meeting opponents this season.
Men’s Indoor Field Athlete of the 7 days – Bryce Stricker, Denison
Denison senior Bryce Stricker (Cincinnati, OH/Moeller) uncovered early results with a pair of wins over Wooster in the pounds throw and shot place. Stricker’s very best effectiveness came in the pounds throw where by he positioned to start with overall and broke his individual college file with a new PR start of sixteen.fifty five meters. In the shot place, Stricker tallied his 2nd private file of the day when he captured the event title at thirteen.86 meters.
Women’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the 7 days – Courtney Owens, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan junior Courtney Owens (Gahanna, OH/Lincoln) received the fifty five-meter hurdles (eight.59) at the Dr. Taraschke Staff Challenge. Her converted hurdles time of nine.24 seconds ranks 2nd among meeting athletes. She also finished fifth in the two hundred-meter dash (27.twenty five), a time that also ranks 2nd among meeting athletes.
Women’s Indoor Observe, Length/Middle Length Athlete of the 7 days – Alexis Grey, Wittenberg
Wittenberg junior Alexis Grey (Washington Court Property, OH/Washington Court Property) posted a profitable time of two:12.69 in the 800-meter run at the Joe Banks Invitational over the weekend. Gray’s time not only was the speediest meeting time of the season, but was tops among all Division III athletes this calendar year.
Women’s Indoor Field Athlete of the 7 days – Alexis Johnson, Wittenberg
Wittenberg junior Alexis Johnson (Southfield, MI/The Roeper Faculty) posted a profitable leap of 5.eighty one meters in the women’s lengthy soar at the Joe Banks Invitational. Johnson’s mark broke her individual college file and was the very best among all Division III athletes so much this season.
Men’s Tennis Athlete of the 7 days – Jacob Zalenski, Kenyon
Kenyon senior Jacob Zalenski (Canton, OH/Jackson) clinched the match for the No. eleven Lords towards a tricky and ranked College of Northwestern Ohio squad on Feb. 1. His singles earn came towards 14th-ranked NAIA participant Marcos Salazar (six-four, four-six, six-two) while his No. 1-doubles victory (six-four) came with classmate Austin Diehl.
Women’s Tennis Athlete of the 7 days – Anna Winslow, Kenyon
Kenyon sophomore Anna Winslow (Sunrise, FL/South Plantation) started out her spring season with the most dominant of singles victories (six-, six-) among the Females roster as No. fourteen Kenyon blanked College of Northwestern Ohio seven- on Feb. 1. She also paired with teammate Ilana Blackwood to enable Kenyon earn a doubles stage (six-four) towards the Racers.
NCAC Milestones & Information (Jan. 28 – Feb. three)
Hiram, Swimming & Diving – Senior Jenna Nelson (Bellevue, WA/Home Faculty) broke a college file in the a hundred-property IM in a time of 1:06.87 at the double twin satisfy at Oberlin, Saturday afternoon. The earlier file was set by Rachel Patten in 2013 in 1:10.15.
Denison Observe & Field – Senior Bryce Stricker (Cincinnati, OH/Moeller) broke his individual college file in the in the men’s pounds throw with a mark of sixteen.fifty five meters in a twin satisfy towards Wooster.
Wittenberg Observe & Field – Junior Alexis Johnson (Southfield, MI/The Roeper Faculty) broke her individual college file with a 5.eighty one-meter leap in the women’s lengthy soar at the Joe Banks Invitational.
Wittenberg Observe & Field – Junior Alexis Grey (Washington Court Property, Washington Court Property) broke the Wittenberg college file in the women’s 800-meter run with a mark of two:12.69 at the Joe Banks Invitational.