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WC Top 30, #7 Devon Maki

WC Top 30, #7 Devon Maki

After releasing the Wilmington College Top 30 in segments of five, the Wilmington College Athletic Communications department has started releasing the Top 10 individually.

More than 100 people took time to vote in the poll, and here are the results. 

#7 Devon Maki (Men's Lacrosse)
After missing all of last season, junior Devon Maki expects to return to the field and lead the Fightin' Quakers' offense.

"Maki is a very skilled player that we expect to produce a lot of offensive fire power," said Wilmington head coach Domenic Marzano. "He is very motivated and ready to get after this year."

In his lone season, Maki set a single-season record with 52 goals along with 68 points. He was named first team All-OAC following the 2015 season.  He scored in all 16 games, scoring at least three times in 14 of those games. 

The countdown

8. Senior Reid Delaney (Men's Lacrosse)
9. Senior Brittaney Jefferson (Women's Basketball)
10. Junior Christian Jones (Men's Basketball)
11. Senior Antone Truss (Men's Track and Field)
12. Senior Taylor Scott (Women's Soccer)
13. Junior Chris Hein (Men's Lacrosse)
14. Senior Erik Spraul (Men's Swimming)
15. Senior David Spraul (Men's Swimming)
16. Junior Jhordan Lang (Men's Lacrosse)
17. Sophomore Niklas Martennson (Men's Soccer)
18. Junior Courtney Mackey (Softball)
19. Junior D.J. Iles (Men's Basketball)
20. Sophomore Benny Spirk (Men's Soccer)
21. Samantha Glish (Women's Swimming)
22. Senior Mary Moyer (Women's Basketball)
23. Junior Nils Asteberg (Men's Soccer)
24. Sophomore Jake Hyatt (Baseball)
25. Senior Elyse Spraul (Women's Swimming)
26. Junior Hunter Stith (Cross Country)
27. Junior Griffin Stith (Cross Country)
28. Junior Kennedy Harshaw (Volleyball)
29. Senior Ashley Andracki (Women's Basketball)
30. Junior Becca Petra (Women's Lacrosse)

The rest of the releases
July 26 - #6
July 28 - #5
August 2 - #4
August 4 - #3
August 9 - #2
August 11 - #1