NCAC Weekly Newsletter
North Coast Athletic Conference Athletes of the Week – Feb. 22
Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Grant Spicer, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Grant Spicer (Cincinnati, OH/Lakota East) assisted the Battling Bishops to a pair of victories in excess of Wittenberg previous week. In Thursday’s sixty six-53 win, Spicer collected sixteen details, when also including eight rebounds, an aid and a steal. He adopted that with 14 details, 9 rebounds, a steal and a block in a 58-48 victory on Saturday.
Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Mikaila Carpenter, Denison
Denison sophomore Mikaila Carpenter (Orrville, OH/Orrville) averaged 14 details and 10 rebounds for each activity in a pair of wins in excess of Wooster previous week. On Friday, Carpenter posted a double-double with sixteen details and eleven rebounds, when shooting eight-of-14 from the subject and collecting two helps and just one steal. On Saturday, she posted twelve details, 9 rebounds, three steals and an aid. Carpenter is foremost the Massive Purple in scoring with 13.7 ppg.
Men’s Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week – Jan Dziadek, Wabash
Wabash senior Jan Dziadek (Warsaw, Poland) scored an particular person victory and two second-put finishes at Saturday’s dual fulfill at Rose-Hulman. He received the one hundred-garden butterfly with a year-greatest time of 51.72 and included a second-put finish in the one hundred particular person medley with another year-greatest mark of 53.67. Dziadek shut out the fulfill as the leadoff leg of the 4×400 freestyle relay, encouraging the Tiny Giants to a second-put finish with a year-greatest start off of forty seven.87 in excess of the initially one hundred yards of the race.
Women’s Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week – Maddie Hopkins, Denison
Denison senior Maddie Hopkins (Chico, CA/Chico) tied for the group guide with 4 victories when encouraging the Massive Purple to a 172-87 win in excess of Division I Xavier on Saturday in Granville. Hopkins concluded initially in the 50-garden freestyle (24.36) and the one hundred fly (57.55). She also swam on the winning 200 medley relay (one:forty seven.75) and the four hundred cost-free relay (three:32.ninety seven) teams.
Men’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the Week – Zeke Bennett, Wittenberg
Wittenberg sophomore Zeke Bennett (Hilliard, OH/Hilliard Bradley) was portion of three victories in Saturday’s dual fulfill in opposition to Ohio Wesleyan. Individually, he broke the tape in the four hundred-meter sprint with a time of 50.sixty three, the swiftest time in the meeting so much this year. He also ran legs of the Tigers winning 4×200- (one:33.52) and 4×400- (three:26.twenty five) relay teams. The 4×400 relay time is currently the swiftest between meeting teams this year.
Men’s Indoor Observe, Distance/Mid-Distance Athlete of the Week – Ford Baker, DePauw
DePauw sophomore Ford Baker (Winnetka, IL/New Trier) received the five,000-meter run at the Tiger’s tri-fulfill with Centre and St. Mary’s of the Woods. Baker crossed the line in fifteen:08.seventy one, beating five other competition and recording the swiftest time between meeting athletes so much this year.
Men’s Indoor Industry Athlete of the Week – Jacob Brown, Denison
Denison freshman Jacob Brown (Dover, MA/Dover-Sherborn) recorded a trio of prime-two finishes in Saturday’s dual fulfill with Wabash. In the triple bounce, Brown registered a winning leap of twelve.86 meters, when finishing second in the extended bounce with a mark of six.07 meters. He also ran a leg of the Massive Red’s runner-up 4×400 relay (three:35.36).
Women’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the Week – Erin Anderson, Denison
Denison sophomore Erin Anderson (Elmhurst, IL/Culver Academies) recorded a trio of prime-two finishes in a dual fulfill in opposition to Robert Morris. In the four hundred-meter sprint, Anderson recorded a winning time of one:01.22, a new personal greatest and swiftest between meeting athletes so much this year. She also posted a runner-up finish in the 200-meter sprint (28.31) and assisted Denison’s 4×400 relay group to a second-put finish (four:26.44).
Women’s Indoor Observe, Distance/Center Distance Athlete of the Week – Alexis Gray, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Alexis Gray (Washington Courthouse, OH/Washington Courthouse) posted a pair of victories in Saturday’s dual fulfill with Ohio Wesleyan. In the mile run, Gray crossed the stripe in five:14.32, beating out six other competition when recording the swiftest between meeting athletes so much this year. She also ran a leg of the Tigers winning 4×400 relay, which mixed for a time of four:17.fifty nine.
Women’s Indoor Industry Athlete of the Week – Ari McPheters, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan senior Ari McPheters (Reynoldsburg, OH/Bishop Hartley) received the women’s shot-set celebration in Saturday’s dual fulfill with Wittenberg. McPheters posted a throw of twelve.sixty one meters, the greatest NCAC mark so much this year. She also concluded runner-up in the women’s body weight throw, notching a throw of 13.seventy four meters. Her body weight throw mark ranks second-greatest in the meeting so much this year.
Men’s Tennis Athlete of the Week – Cole Borden, Wabash
Wabash freshman Cole Borden (Peru, IN/Maconaquah) assisted the Tiny Giants to a six-three victory in excess of Manchester in the team’s year opener Saturday. The rookie paired with sophomore Paul Hargitt at amount two doubles scored an eight-six victory in his initially collegiate competitors. Borden adopted with a decisive six-one, six- straight sets win at amount two singles to support Wabash head coach Daniel Bickett receive his initially victory at the helm of the Tiny Big software.
Women’s Tennis Athlete of the Week – Paige Bennett, DePauw
DePauw freshman Paige Bennett (Terre Haute, IN/South Vigo) recorded a pair of victories previous week for the Tigers. In Saturday’s 7-two victory in excess of Rose-Hulman, Bennett received at amount 4 singles, six-, six-, in excess of the Engineers’ Ella Dorfmueller. She also teamed up with junior Erin Friedrich to win at amount just one doubles, eight-two, in excess of Rose-Hulman.
NCAC Milestones & Documents (Feb. fifteen – Feb. 21)
Wabash, Men’s Tennis – Head coach Daniel Bickett attained his initially victory at the helm of the Wabash tennis software with the Tiny Giants’ six-three victory in excess of Manchester on Saturday.
Wittenberg, Women’s Basketball – Wittenberg women’s basketball head coach Valerie Driscoll her initially profession win right after the Tigers defeated DePauw, forty one-37, on Saturday.
Wooster, Men’s Basketball – Wooster men’s basketball head coach Doug Cline received his initially profession activity with a 106-a hundred and one victory in excess of Wabash on Saturday.