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.
#2 David Henry (Football)
Henry had a breakout season for the Fightin' Quakers in 2016, leading all OAC defensive linemen in tackling and forced fumbles. He ranked second in the league with seven sacks and was third with 12.5 tackles for loss.
Despite the lofty stats, Henry was named second team All-OAC.
He was equally impressive in the classroom, being named to the 2015 CoSIDA Academic All-America Division III Football team. Henry has a 3.98 grade point average in Sport Management Wellness.
3. Sophomore Mackenzie Campbell (Women's Basketball)
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 11 - #1