NCAC Weekly Newsletter
North Coast Athletic Conference Athletes of the Week – Mar. fifteen
Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Jack Clement, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Jack Clement (Bellefontaine, OH/Bellefontaine) served lead the Battling Bishops to a pair of victories past 7 days about Hiram. In the initial sport of the series on Thursday, Clement collected 27 details, three rebounds and two assists in a sixty three-fifty five victory. On Sunday, he knocked down the sport-profitable jumper in overtime, offering OWU an 84-82 acquire. He concluded the sport with seventeen details and three rebounds.
Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – TT Wright, Hiram
Hiram senior TT Wright (Shaker Heights, OH/Shaker Heights) served propel the Terriers to a weekend sweep of Wooster. In Friday’s sport, Wright created a double-double, collecting twenty details and ten rebounds, even though also issuing 4 assists and one particular steal in a 76-seventy one victory. Saturday, she notched seventeen details, three rebounds, three steals and two assists in a sixty eight-fifty eight acquire about the Battling Scots.
Men’s Indoor Observe, Distance/Mid-Distance Athlete of the Week – Ford Baker, DePauw
DePauw sophomore Ford Baker (Winnetka, IL/New Trier) concluded fifth in 3,000-meter run at the Division III Elite Championships. Baker timed in at 8:37.eighty five, a time more quickly than any other convention member this year.
Men’s Indoor Discipline Athlete of the Week – Zach Guyer, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Zach Guyer (Madison, OH/Madison) established a new Wittenberg file, scoring 3,436 details in the pentathlon at the Division III Elite Championships. Guyer received the pentathlon’s prolonged jump celebration, registering a mark of 6.48 meters. The senior concluded 2nd total in the pentathlon.
Women’s Indoor Observe, Sprints/Hurdles Athlete of the Week – Erin Pasch, DePauw
DePauw junior Erin Pasch (Indianapolis, IN/Indianapolis Lutheran) received the pentathlon at the Division III Elite Championships with 3,435 details, breaking her school file of 3,411 established the prior weekend. She received all 5 functions in the method. She totaled 804 details in the sixty-meter hurdles, following a 9.52-2nd efficiency. She additional 738 details in the 800-meter run (two:26.47) and 701 details in the higher jump (one.57m). Pasch’s shot set of 11.86 meters was excellent for 652 details and her prolonged jump of 4.93 meters resulted in 540 details. She was also on the Tigers’ 4×400-meter relay that concluded eighth and broke its possess school file in 4:04.eighty.
Women’s Indoor Observe, Distance/Middle Distance Athlete of the Week – Alexis Gray, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Alexis Gray (Washington Courtroom Home, OH/Washington Courtroom Home) concluded 3rd in the 800-meter run at the Division III Elite Championships. Gray crossed the line in two:fourteen.ninety two, which is the swiftest time recorded in the NCAC this year.
Women’s Indoor Discipline Athlete of the Week – Hannah Schartz, Wittenberg
Wittenberg sophomore Hannah Schartz (Springfield, OH/Shawnee) concluded 2nd in the higher jump celebration at the Division III Elite Championships. Schartz cleared one.sixty two meters, besting 11 other opponents.
Men’s Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week – Josh Pearson, Wooster
Wooster initial-yr Josh Pearson (Cincinnati, OH/Indian Hill) received all 8 of his functions at the year-ending Wooster Close of Period Fulfill. Pearson broke the school file in the 400 IM (4:03.53) and established new Timken Natatorium information in the 400 IM, five hundred no cost (4:39.67), one,650 no cost (16:23.fifty five), and as aspect of the two hundred medley (one:35.seventy nine), 400 medley (3:thirty.seventy five), and 800 no cost relays (seven:fourteen.33).
Women’s Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week – Molly Likins, Wooster
Wooster junior Molly Likins (St. Clair, MI./St. Clair) was a seven-time winner for the Battling Scots at the Wooster Close of Period Fulfill. On working day one particular, Likins served the Scots to initial-spot finishes in the two hundred no cost (one:forty.ninety two), 400 medley (4:05.84), and two hundred medley (one:50.16) relays, even though separately she received the 50 (thirty.73) and one hundred (one:06.86) breaststrokes and the 50 no cost (25.08). Likins capped the fulfill on Sunday by supporting the Scots acquire the 400 no cost relay (3:47.76).
Baseball: Athlete of the Week – Jack Hollinshead, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Jack Hollinshead (Highland Heights, OH/Mayfield) driven the Tigers to 5 wins past 7 days to open up the 2021 year. Hollinshead notched 8 hits throughout twenty at-bats (.400) on the 7 days, including three homeruns and one particular double, driving in ten and scoring 4 times. He also stole a foundation and had a excellent fielding share from guiding the plate.
Baseball: Pitcher of the Week – Tanner Griggs, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Tanner Griggs (Canal Winchester, OH/Pickerington Central) set in 8 innings of work to commence the 2021 year. Acquiring the start in the opener towards NCAA Division I Akron, Griggs tossed two innings of one particular-strike, one particular-run ball on the highway. Griggs also started and attained the acquire in the Tigers property opener on Saturday towards Olivet, putting together 6 innings of work, permitting just 5 hits and hanging out 5.
Softball: Athlete of the Week – Julia Burch, Wittenberg
Wittenberg freshman Julia Burch (Dublin, OH/Dublin Jerome) collected 6 hits throughout twelve at-bats (.five hundred) for the Tigers past 7 days. The freshman collected hits in three of Wittenberg’s 4 games, including two multi-strike games. She also drew a pair of walks, scored three operates and drove in three runners on the 7 days.
Softball: Pitcher of the Week – Katelyn Niswonger, Wittenberg
Wittenberg senior Katelyn Niswonger (Dexter, MI/Dexter) picked up two wins on the 7 days, pitching two entire games for the Pink and White. Her greatest efficiency came towards Hiram, as she allowed just 4 hits and 5 unearned operates, even though hanging out seven and walking just one particular in an 8-5 victory.
Men’s Lacrosse Athlete of the Week – Neil Pettinga, Wabash
Wabash sophomore Neil Pettinga (Indianapolis, IN/University) was approximately excellent from the faceoff dot in the Minor Giants’ victory about Earlham University on Friday. Pettinga received 19 of the 21 faceoffs and scooped up seven floor balls in the victory. The acquire served Wabash to strengthen to 3-, the greatest start to a year in the lacrosse program’s record.
Women’s Lacrosse Athlete of the Week – Grace Clarke, DePauw
DePauw senior Grace Clarke (Winnetka, IL/Loyola Academy) tied for a team-higher 5 goals in a fifteen-fourteen highway acquire about Carthage on Saturday. She also issued three assists and picked up seven groundballs in the Tigers initial victory of the year.
Men’s Golfing Athlete of the Week – Justin Kopp, Wabash
Wabash senior Justin Kopp (Avon, IN/Avon) concluded 2nd out of 27 golfers at the 2021 Franklin University Spring Invitational held Saturday and Sunday at Timbergate Golfing Course in Edinburgh, Indiana. Kopp shot a occupation 36-gap reduced rating of a hundred forty five including a occupation-reduced round of par seventy two on Saturday. He concluded just two strokes guiding the medalist from Franklin University. Kopp’s attempts served Wabash end 2nd out of three teams at the event.
Women’s Golfing Athlete of the Week – Paige Sanfelippo, DePauw
DePauw junior Paige Sanfelippo (Wildwood, MO/Lafayette) concluded tied for 3rd at the Millikin Dechert Common with a two-round rating of 159. On Saturday, the junior recorded a round of seventy nine, followed by a round of eighty on Sunday.
NCAC Milestones & Information (Mar. 8 – Mar. fourteen)
Wooster, Men’s Swimming & Diving – Wooster initial-yr Josh Pearson (Cincinnati, OH/Indian Hill) broke the Battling Scots’ school file in the 400 specific medley (4:03.05) on Saturday.
DePauw, Women’s Observe & Discipline – DePauw junior Erin Pasch (Indianapolis, IN/Indianapolis Lutheran) received the pentathlon at the Division III Elite Championships with 3,435 details, breaking her school file of 3,411 established the prior weekend.
Wittenberg, Men’s Observe & Discipline – Wittenberg senior Zach Guyer (Madison, OH/Madison) established a new Wittenberg file, scoring 3,436 details in the pentathlon at the Division III Elite Championships.