NCAC Weekly Newsletter & Athletes of the Week – 2/17

NCAC Weekly Publication

North Coast Athletic Convention Athletes of the Week – Feb. seventeen

Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Christian Fioretti, Oberlin

Oberlin senior Christian Fioretti (Menlo Park, CA/Menlo-Atherton) guided the Yeomen to a pair of league wins past week. Fioretti scored 25 factors, collected seven rebounds and dished out 4 assists in a 74-64 win towards Allegheny, before adhering to it up with a 26-place, five-rebound exhibiting in an 84-69 street win at Hiram. On the week, he hit 21-of-31 makes an attempt for a achievement amount, which provided a 75 p.c (six-of-eight) overall performance from past the arc. 

Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Rylee Donovan, Allegheny

Allegheny junior Rylee Donovan (Glenshaw, PA/Shaler Region) assisted ability the Gators to a pair of victories over Oberlin and Denison past week. Donovan issued 24 factors, when publishing 8 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals in a 67-fifty seven win at Oberlin. She also recorded 10 factors, 8 rebounds and 4 assists in a fifty four-43 victory over Denison.  

Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Week – Wyatt Metzger, DePauw

DePauw sophomore Wyatt Metzger (Westfield, IN/Guerin Catholic) went 4- past week in a pair of workforce victories towards John Carroll and Wooster. Metzger gained in No. 1 singles over both John Carroll’s Gustavo Garcia (six-, six-) and Wooster’s Austin Hanna (six-seven, six-two, six-4). He also assisted obtain an eight-4 No. 1 doubles win towards the Blue Streaks and an eight-five doubles win towards the Preventing Scots.

Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week – Amanda Showalter, DePauw

DePauw’s Amanda Showalter (Centerville, OH/Archbishop Change) secured 4 wins in the Tigers’ victories over John Carroll and Wooster past week. In No. 1 singles, the junior issued victories over John Carroll’s Megan Reese (six-4, six-two) and Wooster’s Qingyue Li (six-, six-). She also received victories in No. two doubles over the Blue Streaks (eight-two) and the Preventing Scots (eight-1).

Men’s Lacrosse Athlete of the Week – Brant Pittman, Denison

Denison senior Brant Pittman (Conestoga, PA/Conestoga) scored a job-high six ambitions on twelve shots in his next job get started. Four of Pittman’s six ambitions came in the first half as No. eight Denison defeated No. thirteen Washington and Lee, seventeen-11 on Sunday in Lexington, VA. Pittman opened the game with a person-up objective and tallied 3 ambitions in the first quarter to give Denison an early five-two lead.

Women’s Lacrosse Athlete of the Week – Maggie Grabowski, Kenyon

In Kenyon’s time-opening 19-two win over Westminster, senior Maggie Grabowksi (Park Ridge, IL/Maine) set jointly a stat line that provided 3 ambitions, an help, five attract controls, two ground balls and 1 prompted turnover.

Men’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the Week – Marquis Sena, Ohio Wesleyan

Ohio Wesleyan junior Marquis Sena (Bronx, NY/Institute for Math & Science) manufactured a pair of the conference’s best 2019-twenty performaces Saturday at the All-Ohio Championships. In the sixty-meter dash, Sena logged a seven.01-next performace for a third-place finish, when also supporting the 4×200 relay workforce to a third-place finish (1:31.33).

Men’s Indoor Observe, Distance/Mid-Distance Athlete of the Week – Keith Abramson, Wabash

Wabash sophomore Keith Abramson (Avon, IN/Avon) turned in a job-greatest time of 1:56.67 to finish sixth in general in the 800-meter run at Friday evening’s Hoosier Hills Invitational at Indiana University. His time was next-greatest amid all confernece athletes so considerably this time.

Men’s Indoor Industry Athlete of the Week – Jared Strehl, Wabash

Wabash senior Jared Strehl (Evansville, IN/Mater Dei) gained the men’s long jump at Friday evening’s Pat Heenan Invitational at North Central University with a job-greatest leap of six.76 meters. He moved to the best of the NCAC overall performance checklist with his winning effort and hard work.

Women’s Indoor Observe, Distance/Center Distance Athlete of the Week – Mica Hanish, Allegheny

Allegheny junior Mica Hanish (Baden, PA/Ambridge) gained the 3,000-meter run at Grand Valley State’s Mig Meet over the weekend. She clocked in at nine:fifty nine.eighteen, which converts to 10:04.34 for position uses, position tops in the NCAC and twenty first in NCAA Division III.

Women’s Indoor Industry Athlete of the Week – Malaika Djungu-Sungu, Oberlin

Oberlin sophomore Malaika Djungu-Sungu (Arlington, TX/Arlington) moved into twenty third in the nation and first in the NCAC after she bested a 15-particular person subject at the All-Ohio Championships in the triple jump with a life time-greatest mark of 11.38 meters.

Softball Pitcher of the Week – Cami Henry, DePauw

DePauw sophomore Cami Henry (Camby, IN/Mooresville) pitched the Tigers to victory in a pair of game titles past week. She commenced the time by placing out 16 batters and letting just 1 earned run in a seven-two nine-inning win towards No. 15-ranked Birmingham-Southern. She also tossed seven innings of 4-hit, 1-run ball in a two-1 victory over Mt. St. Joseph. 

Softball Participant of the Week – Becca St. Germain, DePauw

DePauw’s Becca St. Germain (Plainfield, IL/Plainfield South) assisted the Tigers to a 4- get started this time with wins over Birmingham Southern (W, seven-two), Covenant (W, nine-1), Emory & Henry (W, 3-two) and Mt. St. Joseph (W, two-1). On the week, the junior manufactured a .636 batting typical (seven-of-11), when collecting 3 doubles, knocking in 3 runs and scoring once.



NCAC Milestones & Data (Feb. 11 – Feb. seventeen)

Allegheny, Men’s Basketball –
Allegheny senior Jordan Rawls (Pittsburgh, PA/Taylor Allderdice) broke the program’s all-time scoring history and assisted lead the Gators to a Senior Working day rout of Denison, 90-sixty three. Rawls scored eighteen factors to surpass the past history of 1,694 established by Brian Stadnik (1984-87), and also turned just the sixteenth participant in NCAC record to best 1,seven hundred job factors in the approach.

Wittenberg, Men’s Basketball – Senior Jake Bertemes (Springfield, OH/Southeastern) joined the 1,000 place club on Saturday evening in the Tiger’s win over Wooster. Bertemes tallied 26 factors on the evening, becoming a member of the prestigious 1,000-place club with over 35 Witt Hoops users, like teammate Connor Seipel and present head coach Matt Croci.