Crossroads News
Mon, Apr. 17, 2017 - [Crossroads League]

       

Crossroads League Athlete of the Week Page

INDIANAPOLIS – The Crossroads League announced its athletes of the week on Monday, recognizing the top student-athletes from the week of April 10 through April 16. In order to be considered for the award, a student-athlete must be nominated by their institution's Sports Information Director.

 

Baseball Pitcher of the Week
Brody Harris, Spring Arbor
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Harris tossed a third-consecutive complete game, fanning eight Pilots and limiting Bethel to two earned runs on five hits over seven frames of SAU's 13-2 victory.

 

Baseball Player of the Week
Jordan Jackson, Marian
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Jackson stayed red-hot at the plate for Marian, belting four more home runs and driving in 10, while scoring nine times and hitting safely in 10-of-20 at bats over six outings.

 

Softball Pitcher of the Week
Kaisey Carson, Indiana Wesleyan
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Carson went 3-0 and picked up two saves to play a factor in the circle in five-of-six wins on the week for IWU. Carson fanned 14 over 22 innings, allowing two runs and yielding just 14 hits.

 

Softball Player of the Week
Kaisey Carson, Indiana Wesleyan
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Carson continued her barrage with the bat, hitting .667 with six extra-base hits, 11 runs scored and six runs driven in to help Indiana Wesleyan go 6-0 on the week.

 

Women's Tennis Player of the Week
Mary-Kate McShane, Spring Arbor
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McShane posted wins at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles in a 9-0 shutout of Concordia in Spring Arbor's lone match of the week.

 

Men's Golf Player of the Week
Alec Dutkowski, Taylor
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Dutkowski led No. 15 Taylor to a team victory at the Wildcat Cup with a second-place showing and followed with a first-place finish at Ball State's Invite against 12 NCAA D-I lineups.

 

Women's Golf Player of the Week
Raquel Helton, Taylor
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Helton carded TU's first-ever sub-par score with a second-round 71 to set a program record, while scoring a win at the Huntington Invite in Taylor's first-ever team victory.

 

Men's Outdoor T/F Field Athlete of the Week
Phillip Fox, Bethel
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Fox won the decathlon and picked up the third-highest score in the NAIA this season with 6,273 points at the IWU Multi-Event. Fox won six-of-10 events to win the decathlon by 714 points.

 

Men's Outdoor T/F Track Athlete of the Week
Daniel Garza, Spring Arbor
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Garza logged a new personal-best time of 15:18.01 for the fifth-best time in SAU history and finished sixth-of-31 athletes in the 5,000-meter run at the Don Kleinow Invite.

 

Women's Outdoor T/F Field Athlete of the Week
Ryann Laier, Spring Arbor
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Laier took fourth-of-19 in the javelin with a toss of 30.15 meters at the Don Kleinow Invite for a new personal-best and the fifth-best mark in SAU history.

 

Women's Outdoor T/F Track Athlete of the Week
Raven Arellano, Grace
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Arellano set a new Grace record with a time of 18:14 in the 5,000-meter run, finishing fourth-of-24 for the Lancers at the Don Kleinow Invite.