BASEBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
David Miller, Washington & Lee University
Miller, a senior from Oak Hill, Va., went deep once and knocked in nine runs to help the Generals to a 4-0 week including three conference victories. Miller recorded three multi-hit games including a four-hit effort in game two versus Eastern Mennonite. In that contest, he went 4-for-7 with two doubles, four runs batted in and four runs scored. His long drive came in the week's opening match up with Guilford. Overall, five of his nine hits went for extra bases.
BASEBALL PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Larry Greene, Hampden-Sydney College
Greene, a senior from Alexandria, Va., tossed a complete game shutout to earn a 1-0 win over Roanoke last week. In seven innings of work, Greene allowed only four hits while walking once and striking out three.
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|Phil Drew, Guilford||Went 3-for-10 with a double and an run batted in last week... Quakers' catcher did not make an error while picking up a pair of assists from behind the dish.|
|David Toney, Hampden-Sydney||Went 3-for-4 with a homer and two RBI in a 10-8 win over Roanoke.|
|Eric O'Brien, Lynchburg||Batted 7-for-12 for the week with a double, triple and four runs batted in... He went 4-for-4 against NC Wesleyan while driving in three funns|
|Jonathan Nichols, Lynchburg||Earned a victory in two relief appearances last week... Allowed only one hit and and struck out a pair in 6.1 innings of work.|
|Greg Meleski, Randolph-Macon||Went 7-for-17 with a homer and six RBI... Scored three runs and drove in a trio in a victory over Catholic.|
|Kurt Breitmeyer, Randolph-Macon||Picked up his third win of the season in his first ODAC start against Guilford... Struck out a pair and gave up one run in 5.1 innings for the win.|
|Jim Plantholt, Washington & Lee||Recorded two saves in just as many appearances out of the Generals' pen... Allowed only one hit in his 2+ innnings of work.|
GOLFER OF THE WEEK
Peter Latimer, Guilford College
Latimer, a freshman from Markinch Fife, Scotland, was the top D-III finisher at the Lonnie D. Small Spring Classic hosted by Campbell University at Keith Hills #1 in Biers Hill, N.C. Latimer went 77-75 to post an 8-over par 152 to help Guilford to a ninth place finish.
MEN'S LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Kelly Mattie, Hampden-Sydney College
Mattie, a junior from Charlottesville, Va., led the Tigers to a 16-3 non-conference win over Marymount last week. He pumped in three goals and assisted on six others for nine total points. He also picked up a pair of groundballs. Mattie leads the #14 Tigers in points with 15 on the season. He has scored seven goals and helped on eight others.
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|Todd Bochenek, Guilford||Scored twice and assisted on two others in a 12-11 overtime loss to Kean.|
|Tyler Tolson, Lynchburg||Scored six times in a 16-7 win over non-conference Ursinus.|
|Brian Vierheller, Randolph-Macon||Made 38 saves between the pipes in a 1-1 week for the Yellow Jackets... he also picked up 13 groundballs.|
WOMEN'S LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Deana Welsch, Lynchburg College
Welsch, a sophomore from Yorktown Heights, N.Y., scored nine points in the Hornets' two games in St. Croix. Against E-town, she scored four times and assisted on a fifth tally. She backed that up with a second four-goal showing, this one against #12 Mary Washington.
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|Mary Hutchins, Guilford||Scored a game-best and career-tying six goals in a 16-8 win over Frostburg State.|
SOFTBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Kaitlyn Bowman, Bridgewater College
Bowman, a sophomore from Dayton, Va., led the Eagles to a 7-1 record by hitting 15-for-16 (.577) with 10 runs scored. Nine of her 15 hits went for extra bases as she hammered three doubles, stretched out a triple, and cleared the fence five times while driving in 17 runs. She hit safely in each contest, hammering out multiple hits in all but one contest. Her highlight performance came against Roanoke in which she went 3-for-4 with two homers and three runs batted in.
SOFTBALL PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Shannon Harris, Emory & Henry College
Harris, a junior from Hendersonville, N.C., went 3-1 this past week with a victory over Virginia Wesleyan and two more versus Randolph-Macon. She fanned 26 batters in 21.2 innings of work, putting on an ODAC record-pace of 9.29 strikeouts per seven innings pitched. Harris went the distance to get her win over VWC, and struck out 13 batters in 6.2 innings of work against the Yellow Jackets to pick up those to victories. Her lone loss came to non-conference Maryville when the international tie-breaker runner crossed the dish in the eighth inning to give Maryville a 1-0 win. Harris had pitched
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|Ashley Gills, Bridgewater||Won twice the Eagles spring trip, defeating Widener and Pitt-Greensburg... She struck out nine in 10 innings of work, allowing only two unearned runs.|
|Dana Detmar, Emory & Henry||Hammered three homeruns in a 30-1 win over Salem College... she drove in nine runs during that game to with her roundtrippers, both ODAC season highs.|
|Andrea Hixson, Randolph-Macon||Went 9-for-13 in a 2-2 week for the Jackets... scored six runs and drove in three more.|
|Loren Messick, Roanoke||Knocked 10 hits in 19 at bats to help the Maroons to six wins... was also perfect on 25 chances in the field, and boasted a .571 on base percentage.|
|Kelsey Ruitenberg, Roanoke||Won three games in the circle, fanning 19 batters in 20 innings of work... Held the opposition to a .127 batting average.|
|Krysal Ellis, Sweet Briar||She homered in each contest as she went 4-for-7 in two wins for the Vixens... Also had two doubles and nine RBI.|
|Becca Almond, Sweet Briar||Went the distance (5 inn.) in a 22-1 win over Salem... struck out 10 batters and didn't allow a hit, but surrendered five free passes.|
MEN'S TENNIS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Nat Estes, Washington & Lee University
Estes, a junior from Charleston, S.C., helped the Generals to a 4-0 week by going 4-0 at #2 singles and 3-1 at #1 doubles. He helped lead W&L to a 5-4 win over 17th-ranked Denison by winning 6-4, 6-4 in singles action and then teamed with Tim Ross to knock off the Big Red's top doubles tandem by an 8-2 tally. For the season, Estes has posted an 11-4 record in singles and an 8-5 mark in doubles.
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|William Moss, Hampden-Sydney||Won his only #1 singles match of the week, 6-4 and 6-2 over Washington & Lee.|
WOMEN'S TENNIS PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Hilary Teeter, Bridgewater College
Teeter, a junior from Gettysburg, Pa., finished with a 4-0 record at #1 singles and 2-2 at #1 doubles on the Eagles' spring trip. She started the week with a straight set win at Guilford (7-5, 6-1), and then added wins against Tri-State (three sets), Lebanon Valley (6-1, 6-4) and Olivet (7-6, 7-5). She also won doubles contests against Guilford (8-1) and Lebanon Valley (8-4).
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|Morgan Howard, Guilford||Won twice in straight sets at #6 singles in a 1-1 week for the Quakers|
|Emily Applegate, Washington & Lee||Perfect on the week in both singles and doubles... won both her singles matches 6-0 (one at #1, one at #3)... Defeated #16 Denison in #2 doubles (9-7) and then won at #1 doubles over Sweet Briar (8-2).|