As the summer ticked away, we unveiled the Top 30 returning student-athletes and now the time has come for the final six to be revealed. Fans can take to twitter to vote on their top 10.
To do so, list your top 10 (in order) to @WCQuakers with #WCTop30 by Monday and the fans Top 10 will be unveiled later next week. Here are the links to the lists; Week Six, Week Five, Week Four, Week Three, Week Two, Week One.
JEREMY DUNCAN – FOOTBALL
Jeremy is the lone returning All-American at Wilmington after leading the Ohio Athletic Conference with 1,147 receiving yards. He earned the OAC Ed Sherman Award as the league’s best receiver. Duncan established a new Wilmington and OAC record with 327 yards receiving against Muskingum.
MASON HARRIS – MEN’S SWIMMING
Mason tallied OAC honors and established new school records in the mile (16:31.02) and was a part of the 800 relay that earned OAC honors and set another school record. Additionally, he was part of the 400 relay team that established a school record.
DAVID SPRAUL – MEN’S SWIMMING
David won the Ohio Athletic Conference in the 100 backstroke and was part of the school record-setting 200 freestyle relay team.
MARISSA BOLEN – WOMEN’S TRACK
Marissa finished second at the outdoor OAC track and field championships to earn All-OAC honors with a distance of 12.56 meters. She finished fourth in the discus, barely missing All-OAC honors. She holds indoor school records in the shot put and weight throw.
TRICIA STEFFEN – WOMEN’S TRACK/CROSS COUNTRY
Tricia holds school track records in the 1500 and the mile, and earned second-team All-OAC honors in cross country.
MARTIN HOLMQUIST – MEN’S SOCCER
Martin is a two-time, first-team All-OAC honoree, and was named OAC Defender of the Year last season. He was also named All-Ohio as he spearheaded a WC defense that registered four shutouts. In addition, Holmquist added two goals and one assist.
Tarrell Starckey - Football
R.J. Leppert – Men’s Basketball
Jake Simpkins – Men’s Cross Country/Track
Camille Gentile – Women’ Soccer
David Hawk – Men’s Swimming
Addie Roberts – Women’s Swimming
Megan Warren - Softball/Track
Rachelle Bowen - Women's Soccer
Jake Sydnor - Track
Jalen Jackson - Men's Lacrosse
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
Alec Hutzelman - Baseball
Kiki Hall - Women's Lacrosse