Teaford (Portland, OH/Southern) was the top scorer with her 20-point, career-high, total in the Fightin' Quakers' game against Mount Union. In this game, she had a 100% shooting percentage for three-pointers and shot 80% from the free-throw line.
Goforth (Memphis, TN/Bartlett) was named to the all-tournament team at the Mount Saint Joseph tournament this weekend. Over the course of the tournament, Goforth tallied a career-high 21 kills and 15 digs. This was her first career double-double.
Delaney (Wooster, OH/Wooster) had five of the team's eight goals in their Wednesday game. Delaney also finished with a team-high eight assists. In Sunday's game, Delaney had six goals and six assists. His goals this week helped him finish the season with a new single-season point record for the WC men's lacrosse team.
Truss (Yellow Springs, OH/Yellow Springs) finished first in the high jump in the team's first outdoor meet of the season by clearing 2.08-meters. This clearance is currently ranked first in the OAC and second in all NCAA DIII jumps to-date. Additionally, this jump was a new stadium record, Truss was the first athlete to go over 2.0-meters in the stadium. He has also been awarded OAC Field Athlete of the Week for his accomplishments.
Truss (Yellow Springs, OH/Yellow Springs) competed in the high jump at the NCAA DIII Indoor Track and Field Championship Meet and placed 12th. He cleared 1.97-meters- only missing All-American status (NCAA top-eight) by one attempt.
Butler (Yellow Springs, OH/Yellow Springs) brought home a third-place finish in the triple jump (12.20m) and a fourth-place finish in the 500-meter dash (1:12.62) this weekend at the Mount Union Last Chance Meet.
Hooper (Leesburg, OH/Wilmington) was a critical part of overcoming point deficits in both of the week's games. In Wednesday's win against Otterbein, she scored three, consecutive three-pointers to help WC gain distance from Otterbein. In Saturday's game, she scored 11 of her career-high 17 points in the fourth quarter to help the Fightin' Quakers pull away from Heidelberg.
Burnam (New Richmond, OH/New Richmond) placed sixth overall in the Heptathlon at the Oiler Opener on Saturday. His score of 4376 points in the event broke the WC record by over 300 points. Burnam placed first in two of the seven Heptathlon events, the 1000-meter run and the 60-meter hurdles. His time in the 60-meter hurdles (8.61) is also a new school record.
Campbell (Cincinnati, OH/Turpin) played a pivotal role in both the team's wins this week. Overall she had 48 points, 14 rebounds, three assists, and one steal. She was also named OAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week for her accomplishments.
Moyer (Martinsville, OH/Clinton-Massie) finished the week with 24 points, 27 rebounds, eight assists, and two blocks. Moyer also had the game-winning, three-point shot against Denison University on Tuesday.
E. Spraul, (Cincinnati, OH/Mount Notre Dame) brought home three first-place, individual finishes in their dual meet against Hiram on Saturday in the 100M Butterfly, 100M Backstroke, and the 50M Butterfly. Spraul also swam a leg in the first-place 200M Medley Relay.