Athletes of the Week

Michael Jefferson, Transylvania, Men's Basketball
Michael Jefferson Transylvania Men's BasketballMichael Jefferson (Berea, Ky.) Transylvania University | Guard | Junior - The junior guard shot 76 percent from the field this week on 29 field-goal attempts and had a career game on Wednesday in a 90-80 loss at Hanover with a career-high 37 points on 15-for-19 shooting from the field, knocking 3-of-6 three pointers, and 4-of-5 free throws. The junior also tallied both a team-high seven assists and six rebounds. Jefferson followed up the career day by catalyzing an 83-79 win over Rose-Hulman, scoring eight of the first 10 points for the Pioneers to jumpstart a clutch win. Jefferson scored 15 points, six rebounds, and five assists with another efficient day from the floor, making 7-of-10 shots. For the week, Jefferson totaled 52 points, 12 assists, 12 rebounds, three steals, and shot a sweltering 76 percent (22-for-29) from the field. He also turned in an assist-to-turnover ratio of 4:1.
Maddie Haberthy, Mount St. Joseph, Women's Basketball
Maddie Haberthy Mount St. Joseph Women's BasketballMaddie Haberthy (Cincinnati, Ohio) Mount St. Joseph | Guard | Junior - The Mount St. Joseph women's basketball team climbed themselves back into contention for HCAC postseason play with a 1-1 week this past week. They were victorious on the road at Franklin on Wednesday, before dropping a heartbreaking triple overtime thrill at Defiance on Saturday. Junior guard Maddie Haberthy was a big reason why the Lions had a successful week. On Wednesday she scored a game-high 25 points to go with four rebounds and three assists. On Saturday she scored a season-high 29 points adding four rebounds and four assists. For the week she averaged 27 ppg, while shooting 59.4 percent from the field and 53.3 percent from three-point range.
William Kemp, Rose-Hulman, Men's Swimming
William Kemp Rose-Hulman Men's SwimmingWilliam Kemp (Louisville, Ky.) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology | Junior – Kemp finished first in three individual events and on one relay team, helping Rose-Hulman defeat NCAA Division I Valparaiso 186-76 on Friday night at the Rose-Hulman Natatorium.
Gauge Creech, Franklin, Men's Diving
Gauge Creech Franklin Men's DivingGauge Creech (Franklin, Ind.) Franklin College | Freshman – Creech turned in a pair of winning performances in his first event of the new year. He won by more than 32 points on the one-meter board and closed out the weekend with a new career-high point total on the three-meter board.
Brynna Sentel, Franklin College, Women's Swimming
Brynna Sentel Franklin College Women's SwimmingBrynna Sentel (Sullivan, Ill.) Franklin College | Junior – Sentel claimed victory in all three events at the Michigan-Indiana Quad Meet, winning the 500 free, 200 free and mile races. She won the 500 by six seconds and claimed a win by 49.76 seconds in the mile and has the fastest time in the HCAC in all three events she competed in this weekend.
Faith Jackson, Franklin, Women's Diving
Faith Jackson Franklin Women's DivingFaith Jackson (Greenwood, Ind.) Franklin College | Freshman – Jackson earned one win and one runner-up finish at the Michigan-Indiana Quad Meet over the weekend.
Emanuel Faria, Earlham, Men's Track
Emanuel Faria Earlham Men's TrackEmanuel Faria (Atlanta, Ga.) Earlham College | Junior - Faria won the 400m dash at Saturday's College of Wooster Tri-Meet with a time of 54.60, one of six first-place finishes for the Quakers in the meet. Faria also ran the lead leg for Earlham's first-place team in the 4x400m relay with a time of 3:37.07, which is the 11th-fastest time in the Great Lakes Region thus far in 2019-20. As a team, Earlham was second out of the three teams with 88 points.
Nathan Schrader, Rose-Hulman, Men's Field
Nathan Schrader Rose-Hulman Men's FieldNathan Schrader (Lindstrom, Minn.) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology | Senior – Schrader won two throwing events, set a school record and recorded the No. 4 weight throw in NCAA Division III this season at the Rose-Hulman Friday Night Spikes Opener. Schrader won the weight throw with his historic mark of 58' 10 3/4". He also won the shot put with a mark of 47' 2 1/2", helping Rose-Hulman finish second in the five-team meet behind only national power Washington University.
Mary-Helen Shomba, Rose-Hulman, Women's Track
Mary-Helen Shomba Rose-Hulman Women's TrackMary-Helen Shomba (Hutto, Texas) Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology | Junior – Shomba set a school record with a time of 9.13 seconds in the 60-meter hurdles to win the event at the Rose-Hulman Friday Night Spikes Opener. The mark ranks No. 7 in NCAA Division III this season. She was also part of the winning 4x200 meter relay team (1:52.30).
Madi Bowman, Defiance, Women's Field
Madi Bowman Defiance Women's FieldMadi Bowman (Eaton, Ohio) Defiance College | Senior - At the Tiffin Dragon Open, hosted by Tiffin University on Saturday, Bowman captured first place among 28 competitors in the women's weight throw with a toss of 16.34 meters, a personal record. She also placed ninth of 29 in the shot put with a throw of 10.62 meters.

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