W. Track and Field Top-10 at NCAA Championships, M. Golf Cinches Seminole Intercollegiate Tournament Title
- Track and Field posted a stellar performance at the NCAA Championships this past weekend, recording a tenth-place finish among all NCAA DI schools. Danae Rivers (Derby, CT) was honored as an All-American after a 4:33:89 mile. Danielle Gibson (Nassau, Bahamas) was also awarded as an All-American after a 13.23 meter triple jump. Tessa Barrett (Waverly, Pa.) also earned All-American honors in the 5,000m.
- Women’s gymnastics also found success this past weekend as the team achieved third place at the Big Five Qualifier in Iowa City. The team competed against Minnesota, Michigan, Rutgers, and Iowa. Nicole Medvitz (Paramus, N.J.) earned her seventh balance beam title this season while Sabrina Garcia (Etters, Pa.) tied for fifth on the uneven bars. Briannah Tsang (Vancouver, British Columbia) finished third on the beam.
- Softball has been travelling a lot lately, from Colorado to now Seattle. The team suffered a 9-1 loss against No. 8 Washington, but rebounded with a significant 6-2 win over South Dakota. Rebecca Ziegler (Tucson, Az.) led the team with four hits for the win, and Marlaina Laubach (Northampton, Pa.) pitched all seven innings and recorded eight strikeouts.
- Men’s Golf claimed the winning title at the Seminole Intercollegiate Tournament in Tallahassee, Florida this past weekend at 31-under. Cole Miller (New Tripoli, Pa.) claimed the individual championship title at 15-under. Ryan Davis (Berkeley Heights, N.J.) finished with a career-best score of 216 when a 3-over 75 put him at even par and ranked him 31st in the Seminole Tournament. Head Coach Greg Nye said of his team: “Incredible win, fighters, so proud of this team.”
Check back next week for updates on Men’s Volleyball, Men’s Gymnastics, and Women’s Tennis! Keep up the good work, Blue and White!