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WC Top 30, #3 Mackenzie Campbell

WC Top 30, #3 Mackenzie Campbell

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.

#3 Mackenzie Campbell (Women's Basketball)

The only sophomore in the top 10, Campbell had an amazing freshman year for the women's basketball team.

"Mackenzie had a very good freshman year, and she is only going to get better," said Wilmington head coach Jerry Scheve. "She is an extremely hard worker who is not going to be satisfied with what she has accomplished, either individually or as part of a team. She was a high school post player, who transitioned into a very good wing for us last season. With that year of experience, I look for her to take another big step forward this season.

She was named a freshman All-American by DIII News, and was the Freshman of the Year in the Ohio Athletic Conference. Campbell was also named second team All-OAC after finishing third in the OAC with 14.9 points per game, while shooting 49.5 percent from the field.

Campbell's shooting percentage led all perimeter players, and was third overall. She finished with 401 points, which are the most by any Wilmington freshman in the school's NCAA-era. Campbell led all OAC freshmen, and was second on the team, with 6.4 rebounds.

The countdown

4. Junior Ashley Lovett (Track and Field/Women's Soccer)
5. Junior Pierce Burnam (Track and Field)
6. Senior Erika Good (Women's Soccer)
7. Junior Devon Maki (Men's Lacrosse)
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
August 9 - #2
August 11 - #1