NCAC Weekly Newsletter
North Coast Athletic Convention Athletes of the Week – Mar. 1
Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Kellen Schreiber, Wabash
Wabash junior Kellen Schreiber (Indianapolis, IN/Roncalli) averaged 24.5 points and 8.5 rebounds in a pair of Little Big victories more than Ohio Wesleyan past 7 days. In a 65-55 acquire, Schreiber recorded his fourth job double-double and next of the year following netting a job-greatest 28 points and grabbing a recreation-significant 10 rebounds in the acquire. Then in a 93-88 victory, Schreiber strike nine-of-eleven photographs from the field even though scoring 21 points, accumulating 7 rebounds, earning two steals and dishing one particular help. He shot 74.1 p.c from the field, connecting on 20 of his 27 shot attempts in the two games put together.
Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Kristie Kalis, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Kristie Kalis (Wilmette, IL/New Trier) scored 39 points by means of two back to back wins in opposition to the Wooster Combating Scots. Kalis acquired her 7 days commenced on Friday with 28 points, six rebounds, two helps, one particular steal and one particular block, even though also hitting the 1,000-issue milestone for her job. On Saturday, she posted eleven points on 5-of-8 shooting, even though pulling down five rebounds, dishing two helps and professing two steals and one particular block.
Men’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the Week – Charlie Webb, Denison
Denison sophomore Charlie Webb (West Chester, PA/West Chester East) paced the way for the Significant Purple in the sixty-meter hurdles at Saturday’s dual meet up with with Ohio Wesleyan, clocking in at a new university record time of 8.53 seconds. Webb was also a member of the Significant Red’s winning 4X400-meter relay staff that led the field with a time of three:32.73. He also recorded a fourth-location demonstrating in the sixty-meter sprint finals (7.fifty one).
Men’s Indoor Observe, Length/Mid-Length Athlete of the Week – Ford Baker, DePauw
DePauw sophomore Ford Baker (Winnetka, IL/New Trier) gained the three,000-meter operate at the Tiger’s tri-meet up with on Saturday. Baker crossed the line in 8:29.39, beating fifteen other competition and location a new university record which stood considering that 2005. His time was also the speediest between meeting athletes so considerably this year.
Men’s Indoor Discipline Athlete of the Week – Richie Pajak, Wooster
Wooster junior Richie Pajak (Allison Park, PA/North Allegheny) was a double winner in the course of Friday’s dual meet up with at Wittenberg. Pajak cleared 1.eighty three meters to acquire the significant jump, and then measured out at eleven.fifty seven meters in the triple jump. He presently holds the next-greatest meeting mark in the significant jump.
Women’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the Week – Charlotte Borland, DePauw
DePauw junior Charlotte Borland (Huntington, IN/Huntington North) was a triple-winner in managing situations for the Tigers in Saturday’s dual meet up with in opposition to Manchester. She gained the sixty-meter sprint (8.eighteen) and two hundred-meter sprint (27.09). Her two hundred-meter time is presently the speediest between meeting athletes so considerably this year. She also anchored the winning 4×400 relay staff that clocked in at 4:07.08, which is the greatest meeting time so considerably and broke a university record which stood considering that 2007.
Women’s Indoor Observe, Length/Middle Length Athlete of the Week – Sarah Radziewicz, Denison
Denison senior Sarah Radziewicz (Greeenville, SC/Fairfield Warde) concluded initial in the three,000 meter-operate with a time of 10:forty four.03 at Saturday’s dual meet up with in opposition to Ohio Wesleyan. Radziewicz recorded a new own-greatest and the speediest time in the NCAC this year in the three,000.
Women’s Indoor Discipline Athlete of the Week – Peyton Howell, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Peyton Howell (Canton, OH/GlenOak) gained the significant jump by clearing 1.74 meters at Saturday’s dual meet up with with Denison. The mark was a quarter of an inch off Ohio Wesleyan’s university record established by Cirrus Robinson in 2017. Howell’s efficiency is presently the greatest in all of Division III so considerably this year.
Baseball: Athlete of the Week – Kyle Callahan, DePauw
DePauw junior Kyle Callahan (Zionsville, IN/Zionsville) generated five hits in DePauw’s doubleheader break up in opposition to Wabash past 7 days. In recreation one particular, he scored a operate and drew a wander right before heading 5-for-5 with a double, an RBI, four scored operates and one particular stolen foundation in recreation two.
Baseball: Pitcher of the Week – Dylan Scheid, Wabash
Wabash junior Dylan Scheid (Indianapolis, IN/Lawrence North) picked up a acquire in three innings of relief in opposition to DePauw. He permitted one particular strike and one particular wander, which afterwards scored, even though striking out five batters in the recreation. He also provided two helps in the field, helping the Little Giants to a 4-three selection.
Softball: Athlete of the Week – Grace Smith, DePauw
DePauw junior Grace Smith (Noblesville, IN/Noblesville) assisted the Tigers go 4- to get started the 2021 year. Her greatest recreation arrived in opposition to Central (IA), exactly where she collected two hits in three at-bats, resulting in three RBI. She also walked the moment in the recreation. On the 7 days, Smith went three-for-6 (.five hundred) with a double, a wander and three RBI.
Softball: Pitcher of the Week – Cami Henry, DePauw
DePauw junior Cami Henry (Camby, IN/Mooresville) collected two complete recreation victories in the Tiger’s doubleheader on Saturday. In a 5-4 victory more than Simpson, she scattered eight hits and gave up four operates, even though striking out 12 batters and going for walks just one particular. In a 5-2 acquire in opposition to Central (IA), she permitted just three hits and two operates, even though sitting down down 12 batters.
Men’s Lacrosse Athlete of the Week – AJ Shaheen, Wabash
Wabash senior AJ Shaheen (Carmel, IN/Carmel) scored a staff-significant 7 plans in the Little Giants’ year-opening acquire at Mount St. Joseph on Saturday. He discovered the back of the internet on 7 of his eleven photographs on aim for a 78.6 percentage for the recreation. He also scooped up three ground balls in the winning effort.
NCAC Milestones & Documents (Feb. 22 – Feb. 28)
DePauw, Men’s Basketball – In Thursday’s acquire more than Wittenberg, Nolan Ginther (Noblesville, IN/Noblesville) turned the 27th participant in DePauw men’s basketball background to access 1,000 job points.
Wittenberg, Women’s Basketball – Kristie Kalis (Wilmette, IL/New Trier) scored her 1,000th job issue in the next quarter on Friday night time in opposition to the Wooster Combating Scots. Kalis headed into the contest needing just fourteen points to strike the 1,000-issue benchmark, she posted 23 initial-50 percent points.
Wittenberg, Women’s Basketball – Abigail Yunker (Whitehouse, OH/Anthony Wayne) tied the Wittenberg women’s basketball one-recreation helps record with eleven on Friday night time in opposition to Wooster. Yunker joins Yvonne Wilson who established the Tiger record back on February 19, 1991, in opposition to Circumstance Western Reserve College.