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WC Top 30 revealed, Week Five

WC Top 30 revealed, Week Five

More than a month since starting the unveiling of the Top 30 returning student-athletes, and we are getting closer to the end. Once all 30 are unveiled, fans will get to vote on their top 10. The next four are ….

Jalen Jackson – Men’s Lacrosse
Jackson earned first-team All-OAC a season ago after leading the conference with 69 points and was tied for first with 46 assists. His 2.58 assists per game were 17th nationally and he was 65th national in points per game.

Megan Warren – Softball
Megan Warren is the top returning hitter for the Wilmington softball team after hitting .281 last season. She earned honorable mention All-OAC after she was second on the team with 21 runs scored. Additionally, she played brilliant defense in the outfield.

Rachelle Bowen – Women’s Soccer
Bowen earned second team All-OAC after leading the Fightin’ Quakers with 15 points on a team-high seven goals and one assist. She finished with two game-winning goals this season.

Jake Sydnor – Track
Sydnor earned All-OAC in the 400 during the indoor meet, and was a part of the 4x200 team that earned All-OAC honors.

Already mentioned

Sarah Murphy – Track/Cross Country
Daniel Wicks – Men’s Soccer
Nick Toney – Men’s Soccer
Dwight Johnson – Men’s Basketball
Rachel Drake – Women’s Swimming
Brooke Lamb – Women’s Soccer
Brittaney Jefferson – Women’s Basketball
Kerrie Trautman – Softball
Paul Koerbel - Men's Lacrosse
Allie Noggle – Softball
Hannah Haeseker - Women's Basketball
Tabby Biegler - Volleyball