BASEBALL PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Mike Graves, Bridgewater College
Graves, a junior from Silver Springs, Md., hit .630 from the leadoff spot for the Eagles last week covering six games of action. Bridgewater went 5-1 during the stretch. Graves had 17 hits in the six games, including five doubles. He was 5-for-6 against Greensboro, 4-for6 versus Emory & Henry ,and 6-for-8 in a doubleheader against Roanoke. He also drove in four runs during the week and scored six runs.
BASEBALL PITCHER OF THE WEEK
Daniel Hadra, Hampden-Sydney College
Hadra, a junior from Mechanicsville, Va., earned a save in game one and the win in the second contest in a doubleheader against Washington & Lee University. He allowed one hit and one walk while striking out a pair of Generals in the final inning of opening game for his first save of the season. He came back in the nightcap with eight strong innings to improve to 5-2 on the year. He scattered nine hits while giving up only one earned run while fanning six batters.
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|Matt Nolen, Bridgewater||Turned in two solid starts last week, earning a no decision vs. Greensboro and the win over E&H... fanned nine in the win over the Wasps and 14 for the week.|
|Josh Michael, Hampden-Sydney||Went 10-for-19 with two doubles, a homer and five RBI... also scored five runs.|
|Eric McAfee, Emory & Henry||Batted .500 with six doubles and 13 RBI last week for the Wasps... went 4-for-6 with six RBI in a 16-15 win over RMC.|
|Phil Drew, Guilford||Went 7-for-17 with five RBI... Against W&L, he went 3-for-4 with four runs batted in.|
|Reid MacLean, Guilford||Went 1-0 in two starts, striking out 10 and allowing two earned runs in 13 innings of work.|
|Ronnie LaBrie, Lynchburg||Hit .467 with a double, two triples, one homer and six runs batted in... also scored nine runs.|
|Joey Crawford, Randolph-Macon||Collected 12 RBI with three home runs on the week... had five runs batted in apiece in a doubleheader with E&H.|
|Keith Petters, Virginia Wesleyan||Hit .500 with a double, homer and five runs batted in... went 3-for-5 in the first game with Guilford, clubbing both the double and homer with four RBI.|
|Chris Rivera, Virginia Wesleyan||Recorded his 12th complete game of the season in a 13-3 win over Guilford... Struck out four and scattered seven hits with two walks along the way.|
|Ray Sweeney, Washington & Lee||Went 6-for-12 with five doubles and three RBI in a 1-3 week for the Generals|
MEN'S LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Scott Russell, Hampden-Sydney
Russell, a senior from Darien, Conn., helped the Tigers to a 10-9 win over Lynchburg College with excellent play between the pipes and surrounding his goal. Russell made 17 saves and picked up eight ground balls to bring HSC's record to 11-2 overall, 4-1 in conference. Russes boasts a .642 save percentage and a 6.39 goals against average for the season. The latter figure is an ODAC top mark.
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|Todd Bochenek, Guilford||Scored three times and picked up seven groundballs in a two game week for the Quakers.|
|Seth Fishman, Washington & Lee||Notched four goals and grabbed six groundballs in a 2-0 week for the Generals.|
WOMEN'S LACROSSE PLAYER OF THE WEEK
Kelsi Robinson, Washington & Lee University
Robinson, a sophomore from West Chester, Pa., scored nine goals and helped out on five others for a 14-point week for the Generals. Washington & Lee went 3-0 to finished 8-0 going into the ODAC tournament. Robinson scored twice and picked up three assists against Hollins. She followed that up with three goals and two more helpers in a 15-6 win over Lynchburg. She finished her week with four tallies in a 16-5 win over Virginia Wesleyan.
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|Sarah Wade, Bridgewater||Scored nine goals and picked up three assists in a 2-1 week for the Eagles... tallied four times with a pair of assists in an 18-8 win over Arcadia.|
|Jessica Bolton, Guilford||Made 14 saves and picked up a pair of groundballs in a 12-8 win over Greensboro.|
|Nichole Locher, Lynchburg||Scored seven times with three assists in two games for the Hornets... scored five times with all three helpers in a 17-15 loss to Christopher Newport.|
|Traci Phipps, Randolph-Macon||Scored four times and recorded nine assists with seven draw controls in a 1-0 week for the Yellow Jackets... had two goals and seven assists in an 18-2 win over Hollins.|
|Julie Sellers, Sweet Briar||Picked up seven goals and helped on another in a 1-2 week for the Vixens... Scored four times with one assist in a 13-12 win over Methodist.|
MEN'S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD ATHLETE OF THE WEEK
Tony Konate, Bridgewater College
Konate, a freshman from Reston, Va., won both sprints and ran a leg on the winning 4x100-meter relay team at the Royals Invitational at Eastern Mennonite University last weekend. He won the 100-meter dash in a time of 11.03 seconds, and came through in the 200-meter dash in 22.06 seconds.
|Men's Outdoor Track and Field Honor Roll|
|Nathan Turner||Came in first in the discus with an EMU record mark of 45.01 meters... finished second in both the shot put (13.43 meteres) and the hammer throw (51.08 meters)|
|Jason Taylor, Virginia Wesleyan||Set three VWC records in the 100 (11.45 sec.), 200 (22.69 sec.) and 400 (51.53)... also part of the 4x400 relay team (3:37.54).|
WOMEN'S OUTDOOR TRACK & FIELD ATHLETE OF THE
Michelle Leaman, Eastern Mennonite University
Leaman, a freshman from Broadway, Va., set a new record with her time in the 100-meter hurdles, finishing in 15.65 seconds. She finished second in that event, and did the same in the 400-meter hurdles in a time of 1:09.41. She also ran a leg on the winning 4x400-meter relay team, coming in at a time of 4:26.97.
|Women's Outdoor Track & Field Honor Roll|
|Courtney Hartman, Bridgewater||Placed first in the heptathlon at the Generals combined meet, posting 4,112 points... she qualified provisionally for the nationals with that performance.|