North Coast Athletic Conference Athletes of the Week – Jan. 6
Men’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Ethan Stanislawski, Ohio Wesleyan
Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Ethan Stanislawski (Massillon, OH/Jackson) helped the Battling Bishops to a pair of victories last week, including a conference win against No. 24-ranked Wooster. Against the Fighting Scots, Stanislawski posted a team-high 13 points and five rebounds. On the week, the sophomore guard averaged 17.5 points and 6.7 rebounds across three games.
Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week – Kristie Kalis, Wittenberg
Wittenberg junior Kristie Kalis (Winnetka, IL/New Trier) helped the Tigers to a perfect 4-0 record last week against Wilmington, Stevenson, Hiram and Allegheny. The forward posted game-high point totals against Wilmington (16), Hiram (17) and Allegheny (19). On the week, she averaged 17 points, 5.5 rebounds, 3.8 assists, 1.5 steals and one block per game.
Men's Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week – Daren Glore, Wabash
Wabash sophomore Daren Glore (Indianapolis, IN/North Central) turned in three individual victories to help the Little Giants to a 172-90 victory over Albion College in dual-meet action on Saturday. Glore won the 500-yard freestyle with his second-quickest time of the season (4:52.01). He added an individual title in the 200-yard individual medley by producing his fastest time of the year at 2:01.35. Glore also won the 1,000-yard freestyle with a time of 10:14.31.
NCAC Milestones & Records (Dec. 24 - Jan. 5)
DePauw, Women’s Basketball - Senior Sydney Kopp (Burr Ridge, IL/Hinsdale South) has moved into fifth place on DePauw’s all-time scoring list with 1,375 points.
Wabash, Men’s Basketball - Senior post player Harrison Hallstrom (Napervile, IL/Naperville Central) became the 28th Wabash basketball player to score 1,000 or more points in a career when he recorded his third double-double of the season against Hiram on Sunday. Hallstrom’s 10 points in that contest gave him 1,007 career points in 90 games. He is one of only ten Wabash players in school history to score more than 1,000 points and grab more than 600 rebounds for a career.