Week of November 11, 2013 Sport/Division: nccaa men’s Soccer Division I



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Week of November 11, 2013

Sport/Division: NCCAA Men’s Soccer Division I

Offensive Nominee

Institution

Josh Ball

Lee University

Alex Pratt

Union University

Paul Seddon

Houghton College

Alex Ryan

Campbellsville University

Defensive Nominee

Institution

Jared Toth

Houghton College

Ethan Dewhurst

Cedarville University

Summary for offensive recipient: Josh Ball, senior forward from Lee University, ran his season-goal record to 16 in only 17 games this season. Against Clearwater he scored six goals and added an assist in only 30 minutes of playing time. Ball also notched a goal against Palm Beach Atlantic University a game that ended in a 2-2 draw.

Summary for defensive recipient: Ethan Dewhurst, sophomore goalkeeper from Cedarville University, helped the Yellow Jackets achieve their first conference title in 26 years. Dewhurst added to his school record for most shutouts in a season with his 10th of the year in the Great Midwest Athletic Conference championship game on Saturday, Nov. 9 in Elkins, WV. The Yellow Jackets won the contest via penalty kicks against the host Senators of Davis & Elkins College.

Sport/Division: NCCAA Women’s Soccer Division I

Defensive Nominee

Institution

Chelsie Flagg

Oklahoma Christian University

Summary for defensive recipient: Chelsie Flagg, senior goalkeeper from Oklahoma Christian University, extended her scoreless streak into overtime against Heartland Conference heavyweight Lubbock Christian (Texas) before LCU scored the game-winner in overtime. Flagg posted 7 saves in the match.

Sport/Division: NCCAA Volleyball Division I

Nominee

Institution

Erynn Schuh

Trinity Christian College

Jessica Sodich

Southwestern Assembles of God University

Hattie Burgher

Houghton College

Carol Reis

Southeastern University

Camil Martinez

Lee University

Cherilyn Ramsey

Southern Wesleyan University

Tanequa Whitman

Shorter University

Deanna Briody

Geneva College

Katelyn Atkinson

Trevecca Nazarene University

Rinata Aisena

Campbellsville University

Summary for recipient: Camil Martinez, senior setter from Lee University, had an amazing weekend as Lee battled past Gulf South oppoents Union University and memphis Christian Brothers. Not only did she have back-to-back double-doubles in the two GSC wins, she finished the week with 92 assists and 45 digs to help Lee move into solid possession of second-place win the GSC with an 11-4 record.

Sport: NCCAA Men’s Cross Country

Nominee

Institution

Matt Brooker

Cedarville University

Kyler Kathman

Southeastern University

Brett Pierce

Campbellsville University

Summary for recipient: Matt Brooker, senior from Cedarville University, finished 4th out of 199 runners at Wisconsin-Parkside's Wayne E. Dannehl Cross Country Course. He covered the 10,000 meters in 31:23.

Sport: NCCAA Women’s Cross Country

Nominee

Institution

Anna Ahrens

Southeastern University

Sarah Johnson

Campbellsville University

Summary for recipient: Anna Ahrens, freshman from Southeastern University, became Southeastern's first all-conference runner, finishing 14th at The Sun Conference Meet. Ahrens ran a 5k time of 19:51.

Sport: NCCAA Football

Offensive Nominee

Institution

Reid Golson

Southwestern Assemblies of God University

Jonathon Redd

Mississippi College

Rocco Colavecchia

Geneva College

Trevon Chatman

Campbellsville University

Defensive Nominee

Institution

Brandon Glass

Mississippi College

Summary for offensive recipient: Reid Golson, junior quarterback from Southwestern Assemblies of God University, broke SAGU total offense this game with 5,976 yards in three years. The old record was 5,676. In the game against Texas College Golson threw 12 completions for 3 touchdowns and 96 yards.

Summary for defensive recipient: Brandon Glass, junior linebacker from Mississippi College, had his biggest game as a Choctaw, tallying eight tackles, including 2.0 for loss and one sack. He also had an interception in the second quarter that led to an MC touchdown.

Sport: NCCAA Men’s Basketball DI

Nominee

Institution

Kendre Talley

Oklahoma Christian University

Caleb Gentry

Southwestern Assembles of God University

Brandon Vanderhegghen

Grace College

Timothy Mitchell

Southeastern University

Terrance Hutchins

Southern Wesleyan University

Christopher Elliot

Trevecca Nazarene University

Aaron Miller

Central Christian College

Montique Lynch

Johnson University Florida

Jarius Wilson

Mid-America Christian University

Miles Rice

Campbellsville University

Summary for recipient: Timothy Mitchell, junior center from Southeastern University, made his SEU debut with a double-double 25 points and 20 rebounds. His 20 rebounds were the most in a single game by an SEU player since February 2011. Mitchell followed that performance with a 22 point, nine rebound game against Pensacola Christian. For the week, he blocked eight shots and had four steals and went 7-of-8 at the free throw line.

Sport: NCCAA Men’s Basketball DII

Nominee

Institution

Montique Lynch

Johnson University-Florida

Summary for recipient: Montique Lynch, senior guard from Johnson University-FL, led the Suns to a 2-0 record at the MACU Tournament this past weekend. He averaged 24.5 points per game to go along with averaging 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 3 steals.

Sport: NCCAA Women’s Basketball DI

Nominee

Institution

Sydney Hill

Oklahoma Christian University

Nia Winston

Southwestern Assembles of God University

Juaneice Jackson

Grace College

Aminata Fall

Sothern Nazarene University

Cayse Branyon

Southern Wesleyan University

Kaci Britt Bell

Trevecca Nazarene University

Quamisha Spence

Central Christian College

Angie Lawrence

Campbellsville University

Molly Holtrop

Grace College

Summary for recipient: Angie Lawrence, junior guard from Campbellsville University, tied her collegiate high for points in a game (27) in her CU debut. Lawrence led CU in scoring each of the first two games of the season, helping the Lady Tigers to back-to-back 100-point games to start the year for only the second time in program history. In those first two games, Lawrence shot 16-25 (.640) FG, 6-10 (.600) 3pt and 6-9 (.667) FT. For the week, she shot .541 FG, .389 3pt and .636 FT. Lawrence also averaged 18 points, 3 rebounds, and 1.67 steals per game in the 3 wins.


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