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Hubbard, women's track honored by USTFCCCA for academic success

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USTFCCCA TEAM WINNERS

USTFCCCA IND. WINNERS

HANOVERIAN

NEW ORLEANS – The United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) recognized Savannah Hubbard (Madison, Ind.) and the rest of the Hanover women’s track and field program Thursday and Friday for their work in the classroom this past academic year.

The USTFCCCA announced its annual all-academic and scholar teams of the year Thursday, as well as its individual academic All-Americans Friday afternoon.

Hubbard is earning her second straight academic All-American honor from the USTFCCCA, as she holds two of the program’s four all-time awards. The senior was also the first athlete in program history to qualify for both the NCAA Indoor and Outdoor National Championships this past winter and spring, as she competed in the indoor pentathlon and outdoor heptathlon.

The local product finished her Hanover career with three Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Most Outstanding Field Athlete awards, including the 2017 HCAC indoor honor. She also garnered all-conference selections in every indoor and outdoor season of her collegiate career.

Hubbard helped guide the Panthers to a pair of HCAC championships this season, as she was the high point scorer in both the indoor and outdoor conference meets this season, totaling 34 and 36 points respectively.

She finished her career with five school records, while also combing for 19 indoor and outdoor program top five marks. Hubbard was also published on the cover of the most recent issue of the Hanoverian, which can be seen online at the link above.

The women’s track and field team also received academic recognition from the USTFCCCA for the fourth consecutive year. The Panthers posted a 3.21 cumulative grade point average, as they were one of 183 women’s programs to be recognized in 2017.

Hanover was one of three HCAC women’s teams to earn recognition from the USTFCCCA. The Blue and Red also had a combined 10 women’s track athletes earn academic honors from the conference this past year.

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

Zapp preps for new season with second place finish at Northern Kentucky Amateur

Austin Zapp post swing

N. KENTUCKY AMATEUR RESULTS

ENQUIRER FEATURE

HANOVER, Ind. – Hanover men’s golfer Austin Zapp (Union, Ky.) has put together a memorable summer on the course as he prepares for his sophomore stint with the Panthers this fall.

Zapp, who won the Pinehurst Amateur earlier this summer, posting back-to-back rounds in the 70’s at Pinehurst No. 8 and No. 2, added a second place finish at the Northern Kentucky Amateur this past Monday through Wednesday, July 24-26.

The incoming sophomore was playing the Greater Cincinnati Golf Association event this week on his home course, Traditions Golf Club in Hebron, Ky., where he fired off a three round total of 213 (75-70-68). He was tied for the lead after 54 holes of play, but fell in a playoff hole, earning the second place finish.

Zapp’s second round score of 70 was good enough to give him a 36-hole lead on the field, but eventual winner, Matthew Wetherill, posted a third round score of 63 to force the playoff. The sophomore’s performance through two rounds earned him the spotlight in a feature by the Cincinnati Enquirer. To read the feature story, visit the link above.

“I felt very comfortable playing at my home course this week,” said Zapp on the advantage of playing on a familiar golf course during the championship. “I led the field in birdies made this week and also holed out for eagle.”

Zapp totaled 13 birdies through the three round event and was one of just five golfers to record an eagle. He also added 30 pars in 54 holes.

“I was pretty nervous in the playoff, but it was a great experience to be able to play under that sort of pressure.”

When asked about his plans the rest of the summer, Zapp added, “Now I am just ready to get back to Hanover and hopefully help the team in any way possible so we can win a few tournaments and compete for a conference championship.”

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

Cross country, track and field release schedules for upcoming season

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XC SCHEDULE

T&F SCHEDULE

HANOVER, Ind. – The Hanover cross country and track and field programs have announced their schedules for the upcoming 2017-18 season.

The Harriers are coming off successful men’s and women’s campaigns last year, highlighted by the women’s track and field squad winning both the indoor and outdoor Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Championships. The men’s cross country team logged a third place finish, giving them their third straight top three finish.

The 2017 cross country season will get underway at home for the Panthers with the Hanover Invitational, Saturday, Sept. 2. The men will be looking to repeat as meet champions after Joe Rector (Aurora, Ind.) and Jacob Hedrick (Memphis, Ind.) both placed in the top three individually last year to guide the team.

Hanover will also compete in back-to-back meets hosted by NCAA Division I institutions with the Indiana Intercollegiate at Purdue and the Greater Louisville Classic at Louisville. Both squads picked up top 10 finishes at the Indiana Intercollegiate in 2016.

The HCAC Cross Country Championships will take place Saturday, Oct. 28, at Manchester. The men and women each finished third the past two seasons and will look to jump into the top two in 2017. The NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championships are slated for Nov. 11, at noon.

Opening the indoor track and field schedule will be the R.H Johnson Invitational hosted by Wabash, Saturday, Jan. 13. Four of HC’s next five meets will be at Rose-Hulman and DePauw as they prepare for the HCAC Indoor Championships at Anderson, Saturday, Feb. 17.

The outdoor campaign will open the same as it did in 2016 for the Panthers with a trip to NCAA Division II institution, Cedarville (Ohio), for the Yellow Jacket Open. The Blue and Red will then host its annual Hanover Invitational the following weekend, Saturday, March 31.

Again, in preparation for the conference outdoor meet, the Panthers will travel to DePauw for consecutive weekends, including in the Indiana Division III Championships, which the women won in 2016. Hanover will add a pair of trips to Rose-Hulman as well, which includes the HCAC Outdoor Championships on April 27 and 28.

Times have not been announced yet for the indoor and outdoor NCAA National Championships but the dates have been set for March 9 and 10, and May 24, 25 and 26 respectively. The indoor national meet will be held in Birmingham, Ala., while La Crosse, Wis. will be the host city for the outdoor championships.

For complete cross country and track and field schedule for the upcoming year, visit the links above.

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Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

Men's basketball announces 2017-18 schedule

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2017-18 SCHEDULE

2016-17 SEASON REVIEW

HANOVER, Ind. – The Hanover men’s basketball team has announced its schedule for the upcoming 2017-18 campaign, which is highlighted by a trip to Butler and a pair of non-conference tournaments.

Hanover is coming off arguably its best season in the history of the program after going 26-4 overall and making it to the NCAA National Tournament Round of Eight for the first time. The Panthers also won the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference regular season and tournament titles in 2016-17 and finished No. 7 in the final D3Hoops.com National Poll.

The Blue and Red will prepare for the 2017-18 campaign with an exhibition contest against NCAA Division I opponent, Butler (Ind.), Saturday, Oct. 28. Hanover was the furthest advancing team from the state of Indiana in any of the three NCAA divisions last year, with Butler and Purdue coming in second with NCAA Division I “Sweet 16” appearances.

The Panthers and Bulldogs last met in a regular season contest at Hinkle Fieldhouse in 2012, one that Butler won 97-73. Hanover and Butler also met in an exhibition game during the 2010-11 slate, where the Bulldogs prevailed 80-41.

Kicking off the regular season, Hanover will compete in the Thomas More (Ky.) Classic against Kent State Tuscarawas (Ohio) and Otterbein (Ohio), Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17 and 18. The Panthers competed in an opening weekend tournament last season as well, which was highlighted by a 90-89 victory over then No. 11 John Carroll (Ohio).

Hanover will enter a second tournament during the 2017-18 schedule, when they appear in the Wittenberg (Ohio) Tournament. The Blue and Red will square off in a pair of neutral site contests against Marietta (Ohio) and Ohio University-Chillicothe. Marietta appeared in the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 last season and finished No. 9 in the D3Hoops postseason poll.

Also of note on the non-conference slate is Wooster (Ohio) and Ohio Wesleyan. The Panthers will face both Ohio schools in in the final days of November. Wooster and OWU each spent time in the national rankings last year and each finished the campaign in the receiving votes category.

Conference play will begin with a road contest against rival Franklin, Saturday, Dec. 2. The Panthers will play four HCAC games before the New Year with three being on the road.

Hanover and Mount St. Joseph, who met in last year’s HCAC Tournament Championship game, will first meet in Cincinnati on Wednesday, Jan. 17. The Blue and Red will also go to Transylvania for the first meeting with the Pioneers on Wednesday, Dec. 6. Transy took the Panthers to the wire in all three games last year, but HC prevailed on buzzer beating shots all three times, including in the HCAC Tournament semifinals.

For the complete 2017-18 men’s basketball schedule, visit the link above.

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Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

Volleyball garners team academic award from AVCA

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AVCA RELEASE

2016-17 RECIPIENTS

LEXINGTON, Ky. – The American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA) announced its academic team award winners for the 2016-17 season, with the Hanover volleyball squad being part of the record-breaking recipient class.

In its 25th year of handing out the team academic honor, the AVCA awarded a record 822 teams for their performance in the classroom this past academic year. The award honors collegiate and high school volleyball teams that maintain at least a 3.30 cumulative team grade point average on a 4.0 scale.

Hanover was one of 150 NCAA Division III Women’s programs to earn the award, with three other Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference institutions receiving recognition as well.

A pair of Panthers earned Tom Bohlsen Academic All-HCAC honors after the 2016 season, including Emily Ertel (North Vernon, Ind.) and Margo Main (West Lafayette, Ind.). To earn academic conference recognition, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.50 cumulative grade point average.

Hanover is coming off its second consecutive 20-plus win season after going 25-8 overall during the 2016 campaign. The Blue and Red also ran the table in regular season conference action with a 9-0 record, earning its second straight HCAC title.

The Panthers open the 2017 schedule with four games in two days at the Bluffton (Ohio) Sommer Spiketacular, September 1 and 2.

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

2016-17 Top Moments No. 1: McKinney denies Hope with buzzer beater in NCAA Men's Basketball "Sweet 16"

Wes McKinney shooting a jump shot over a defender

TOP 25 RANKINGS

HOPE BOX SCORE

SEASON IN REVIEW

HANOVER, Ind. – Junior Wes McKinney (Batesville, Ind.) of the Hanover men’s basketball team helped secure the program’s first NCAA Elite Eight appearance after stunning a crowd of 3,000-plus at Hope (Mich.) with a buzzer-beating jumper, earning our top moment from the 2016-17 year.

The 2016-17 athletic campaign was one to remember for the Hanover College Athletic Department, so over the past few weeks we have recalled some of the top moments from the year that was. Today marks the finale of our inaugural summer series countdown.

Trailing by 11 points at halftime, the Panthers responded with nine of the first 11 points out of the break to cut the No. 18 Flying Dutchmen lead to 47-43, less than three minutes into the second stanza.

After falling behind by double figures again, a McKinney three pointer capped an 11-4 scoring spurt to close the gap to 59-56, but once more, Hope pushed the lead to 10 points, 66-56, with 7:21 left to play.

The Panthers, who became known for late game heroics, totaling six game-winning shots in final second situations, rallied to take a three-point lead, 71-68, with just over three minutes remaining. The back-and-forth affair saw Hope regain the lead at 77-75 with 26.9 seconds remaining after a pair of free throws.

On Hanover’s next possession, senior Corey Muchmore (Cincinnati, Ohio) grabbed an offensive rebound and scored on a put back, tying the game at 77-all with 2.6 seconds left in regulation. The ensuing Hope inbounds pass was deflected by freshman Logan Ratts (Martinsville, Ind.) off a Flying Dutchmen guard, giving the Panthers possession under their offensive basket with just over one-tick left on the clock.

Out of a timeout, McKinney came around a pair of screens on the right block, catching the inbounds pass near the right corner, where his fade away jumper hit the bottom of the net as time expired. The shot gave HC a 79-77 victory in the NCAA Round of 16.

McKinney, a D3Hoops.com fourth team All-American and CoSIDA second team academic All-American, totaled a team high 28 points on 12-of-17 shooting, while also grabbing five rebounds. Muchmore added 20 points and five rebounds as well.

Hanover’s magical season, which saw the team go 26-4 overall and win the HCAC regular season and tournament titles, ended the NCAA Elite Eight with a loss to eventual national runner-up, Augustana (Ill.). The Panthers finished No. 7 in the D3Hoops.com National Poll, which tied the team’s highest ranking to end a season since the 2004-05 campaign.

To go along with his national accolades, McKinney was named HCAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year, as well as the conference’s Male Athlete of the Year. Sophomore Cam Fails (Mason, Ohio) also garnered first team all-HCAC honors, while Muchmore was named to the second team.

Head coach Jon Miller enjoyed his best season at the helm for the Blue and Red, as he earned Coach of the Year accolades by the HCAC, the NABC Great Lakes District and D3Hoops’ Great Lakes Region. Miller also won his 200th career game with a 118-65 decision against Ohio State-Lima at Defiance (Ohio), where Miller began his head coaching career.

To review the other top moments in our countdown, visit the links below.

No. 10: Men’s Cross Country wins first team invitational since 1998

No. 9: Football’s late rally against Defiance

No. 8: Women’s Golf wins fourth straight HCAC Championship

No. 7: Softball’s Griffin tosses no-hitter against Johnson & Wales

No. 6: Volleyball’s 15-match winning streak helps secure second straight HCAC title

No. 5: Fogus nets game-winner to secure women’s lacrosse’s first ORLC Tournament spot

No. 4: Trio of one-goal victories highlights women’s soccer’s postseason run

No. 3:Men's soccer seniors secure program's first HCAC Tournament title, NCAA Tournament appearance

No. 2: Hubbard becomes first women’s track athlete to qualify for indoor and outdoor nationals

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

Hanover sports info honored with national award

Hanover College athletics logo

CoSIDA RELEASE

D3 SOCIAL MEDIA RANKINGS

ORLANDO – The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) have awarded the Hanover College Sports Information office with a national award.

CoSIDA announced its annual design and publications awards earlier this summer, with Hanover Sports Information Director, Tyler Jester, taking the honor for the top spot in the Winter Game Notes (College Division) national category. The College Division is open to all NCAA Division II and III institutions, as well as all NAIA and junior college schools.

Jester, who has headed the Hanover sports information office since February 2016, won the award for his men’s basketball game notes from this past athletic year. This is his first national award from CoSIDA.

During the 2016-17 athletic year, junior men’s basketball player, Wes McKinney (Batesville, Ind.) also earned accolades from CoSIDA, as he was named a second team academic All-American.

The Hanover sports information office has also enjoyed success at the national level in the social media realm. The Panthers are currently ranked first in the HCAC and No. 21 in the national ranking system for NCAA Division III institutions. D3socialmedia.com uses an index score based on total likes/followers per enrollment.

Assisting Jester in the sports information office is assistant baseball coach Mike Pritchard. Jester and Pritchard also received help this past academic year from student, Jake Sipes-Salter, who assisted with game day statistics and web releases.

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

2016-17 Top Moments No. 2: Hubbard becomes first women's track athlete to qualify for indoor and outdoor nationals

Savannah Hubbard in the starting blocks

NCAA INDOOR

NCAA OUTDOOR

HANOVERIAN

HANOVER, Ind. – Senior Savannah Hubbard (Madison, Ind.) of the Hanover women’s track and field squad became the first athlete in program history to qualify for both the NCAA Division III Indoor and Outdoor National Championships, earning her the No. 2 spot in our 2016-17 Top Moments Countdown.

The 2016-17 athletic campaign was one to remember for the Hanover College Athletic Department, so over the past few weeks we have recalled some of the top moments from the year that was. We have finally entered the final week of our countdown with the top two moments.

After earning a pair of Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Field Athlete of the Year awards in 2016, Hubbard improved on both her school records in the indoor pentathlon and outdoor heptathlon to qualify for the 2017 NCAA National Championships.

During the indoor campaign, Hubbard competed in the pentathlon twice in the regular season, posting a season high and new school record with 3,243 points at the Ohio Northern Last Chance Meet. Hubbard also posted a total of 3,125 points at the NCAA Division II meet, Tom Hathaway Classic in Indianapolis, for a first place finish.

At the 2017 NCAA Indoor National Championships, the senior logged a five-event score of 3,189 points. Her national meet was highlighted by the long jump where she posted the fourth best mark in the field of 17 athletes with a mark of 5.21 meters.

Hubbard’s first outdoor heptathlon event of 2017 came at the NCAA Division I meet, Mount St. Mary’s (Md.) Multi’s. The senior’s first showing was a strong one, as she placed first overall with a score of 3,981. She later qualified for the national meet with a new school best total of 4,421 points at the North Central Gregory Final Qualifier.

In her second national championship meet of 2017, Hubbard posted a score of 4,263, placing 19th in the field of 22 athletes. Her best two events came in the field, where she placed sixth in the long jump (5.30m) and seventh in the shot put (10.33m).

Hubbard finished her Hanover career with three HCAC Most Outstanding Field Athlete of the Year honors, while also garnering all-conference selections in every indoor and outdoor season.

The senior was the 2017 High Point scorer in the HCAC Indoor Championships with 34 points, while also setting the High Point total in the conference outdoor meet with 36 points. Behind Hubbard, the Panthers won the conference indoor title for the third time in the past six years, while being named co-champions of the outdoor season with Manchester.

The two-time academic All-American has five school records, while also combining for 19 indoor and outdoor Top Five marks in program history. She was also published on the most recent issue of the Hanoverian, which can be seen online at the link above.

Stayed tuned later this week, as we announce the No. 1 Moment in our countdown, Thursday, July 20.

No. 10: Men’s Cross Country wins first team invitational since 1998

No. 9: Football’s late rally against Defiance

No. 8: Women’s Golf wins fourth straight HCAC Championship

No. 7: Softball’s Griffin tosses no-hitter against Johnson & Wales

No. 6: Volleyball’s 15-match winning streak helps secure second straight HCAC title

No. 5: Fogus nets game-winner to secure women’s lacrosse’s first ORLC Tournament spot

No. 4: Trio of one-goal victories highlights women’s soccer’s postseason run

No. 3:Men's soccer seniors secure program's first HCAC Tournament title, NCAA Tournament appearance

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

2016-17 Top Moments No. 3: Men's soccer seniors secure program's first HCAC Tournament title, NCAA Tournament appearance

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TRANSYLVANIA BOX

ROSE-HULMAN BOX

HANOVER, Ind. – Opening up the final three in our Top Moments countdown from the 2016-17 athletic year is the Hanover men’s soccer team, as they won their first Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament championship with a pair of one-goal road victories.

The 2016-17 athletic campaign was one to remember for the Hanover College Athletic Department, so over the next few weeks we will recall some of the top moments from the year that was. This week we announce the third and fourth best moments.

Men’s soccer had a record breaking 2016 campaign that saw the squad set a new program record for wins in a single season, as they finished 16-5-0 overall. After dropping its opening match of the season to nationally ranked DePauw, Hanover won 10 of its next 11 games, while also finishing HCAC regular season play 7-2, to earn the conference tournament’s No. 3 seed.

The Panthers headed to Transylvania for the HCAC Semifinal round, where the team suffered a 1-0 defeat during the regular season. Again, HC fell behind by a goal, but this time a score from senior Walker Goodbub (Prospect, Ky.) off a cross from classmate Matthew Hand (Auckland, New Zealand) tied the contest at 1-all in the 86th minute.

Neither side was able to find the back of the net over the final three-plus minutes of regulation or the first 10-minute overtime session, forcing a second extra period. Just over two minutes into the second overtime, the Blue and Red were awarded a penalty kick. Senior Matthew Eldridge (Louisville, Ky.) proceeded to line up for the free kick and his shot found the bottom left corner of the goal to send the Panthers the conference championship.

For the second straight year, Hanover met Rose-Hulman in the HCAC Tournament Finals, this time looking to avenge a penalty kick loss in the 2015 final. The senior class for HC, once again, guided the team to victory, as Enrico Franchini (Sao Paulo, Brazil) drilled a first half penalty shot for the match’s only goal in the 37th minute.

Senior Rafael Di Maio (Sao Paulo, Brazil) made five saves in the championship match, including a penalty kick save right before the intermission. Di Maio was named HCAC Tournament Most Valuable Player for his performance in the two thrilling matches.

The Panthers’ record-breaking season unfortunately ended in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament with a 2-0 setback to nationally ranked Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Hanover has won double-digit games in each of the past two seasons and three times in the last four years.

Next week we will reveal the top two moments in our countdown, beginning with No. 2 on Monday, July 17.

No. 10: Men’s Cross Country wins first team invitational since 1998

No. 9: Football’s late rally against Defiance

No. 8: Women’s Golf wins fourth straight HCAC Championship

No. 7: Softball’s Griffin tosses no-hitter against Johnson & Wales

No. 6: Volleyball’s 15-match winning streak helps secure second straight HCAC title

No. 5: Fogus nets game-winner to secure women’s lacrosse’s first ORLC Tournament spot

No. 4: Trio of one-goal victories highlights women’s soccer’s postseason run

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu

2016-17 Top Moments No. 4: Trio of one-goal victories highlights women's soccer's postseason run

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MSJ BOX

FRANKLIN BOX

ILLINOIS WESLEYAN BOX

HANOVER, Ind. – As we enter the final few weeks of our Top Moments countdown from the 2016-17 athletic year, the Hanover women’s soccer team’s postseason run highlighted by a trio of one-goal victories comes in at No. 4.

The 2016-17 athletic campaign was one to remember for the Hanover College Athletic Department, so over the next few weeks we will recall some of the top moments from the year that was. This week we announce the third and fourth best moments.

Hanover’s women’s soccer squad finished the 2016 regular season 11-5 overall and 8-1 in Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference play, earning a share of the conference’s regular season title for the fourth consecutive year.

In the HCAC Tournament, the Panthers knocked off the three seed, Mount St. Joseph, by a count of 2-1 before winning their fourth consecutive conference tournament championship with a 1-0 win at Franklin.

After beating MSJ 6-0 in the final week of the regular season, HC jumped out to a two-nil lead just two minutes into the second half of the HCAC semifinal contest. The Panthers conceded a goal in the 63rd minute, but controlled possession for much of the final 25 minutes, outshooting the Lions 4-1 down the stretch.

Hanover then traveled to Franklin for the HCAC Tournament Championship, where junior Abby Shroyer (Zionsville, Ind.) scored the game’s only goal in the 40th minute. Senior net minder Karlee VanDerWeele (Argos, Ind.) made two saves over the final 25 minutes to help secure the team’s fourth straight HCAC Tournament championship and automatic bid into the NCAA National Tournament.

In the opening round of the NCAA Tournament, HC squared off with the host Illinois Wesleyan. The Panthers and Titans each scored once in the opening 30 minutes of action, but played a scoreless stalemate over the final 60 minutes of regulation, forcing an extra session.

Less than 30 seconds into the overtime period, junior Daria Volker (Lawrenceburg, Ind.) found the back of the net off a cross from senior Anna Cornacchione (Cincinnati, Ohio), giving HC a 2-1 victory, just the program’s second all-time in the NCAA Tournament.

Hanover’s postseason run came to an end in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, falling to then No. 3 Trinity (Texas), 3-1. Over the conference and national tournaments, Shroyer, who was named HCAC Most Valuable Defensive Player, collected two goals and one assist to lead the team offensively.

Cornacchione, who led the team with 47 points (16 goals and 15 assists), became the program’s first player to win two athletic all-American awards after earning a third team honor from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America in 2016 and 2014. The senior earned first team academic All-American honors from NSCAA this past season as well.

On Thursday, July 13, we will continue our Top 10 list from the 2016-17 athletic year with our No. 3 moment.

No. 10: Men’s Cross Country wins first team invitational since 1998

No. 9: Football’s late rally against Defiance

No. 8: Women’s Golf wins fourth straight HCAC Championship

No. 7: Softball’s Griffin tosses no-hitter against Johnson & Wales

No. 6: Volleyball’s 15-match winning streak helps secure second straight HCAC title

No. 5: Fogus nets game-winner to secure women’s lacrosse’s first ORLC Tournament spot

Contact: Tyler Jester

jestert@hanover.edu