Emily Koehler (So.), Women's Golf: The Vienna, Ohio Sport Management major finished 5th at the G-MAC Championships, helping the Dragons finish runner-up. She was named an All G-MAC selection, and has chopped 2.5 strokes off her scores from last season. She is heavily active in the community, volunteering at senior homes and is a member of SAAC, CRU, and will be joing the Sport Management club in the fall.
Women's Honor Roll: Melissa Macechko, Equestrian; Libby Crow, Softball; Amie Morrison, Women's Lacrosse; Brenda Johnson, Women's Track and Field.
Nikolas Curtiss, (So.), Men's Track and Field: Curtiss, a Sports and Recreation Management major from Hamilton, Ohio, finished 2nd in the shot put and 6th in the hammer throw at the G-MAC Championships. He also had wins at the Tiffelberg OPen and the Twilight Open in California, and is currently ranked 5th in the shot put and 31st in the hammer nationally. He is also active with SAAC.
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Elle Hamilton (Jr.), Women's Lacrosse: The Victoria, British Columbia Forensic Psychology major dominated the competition with 29 goals, 7 assists, 32 ground balls, 46 draw controls, and 11 caused turnovers, leading the team and conference in most categories. All of this despite TU playing half of their teams against Top 15 ranked competition.
Women's Honor Roll: Libby Crow, Softball; Nicole Berry, Women's Track and Field; Emily Sim, Women's Tennis; Amanda Johansson, Women's Golf.
Sorin Navrotchi (Gr.), Men's Tennis: Navrotchi, a Sports Management major from Moutfort, Luxembourg, is 10-3 for the season playing at third singles. He posted two wins against Top 25 teams including a 6-4, 6-3 win against the 12th ranked team in the nation, and is 3-1 overall in conference play. He also serves as team captain.
Men's Honor Roll: Toryko Grace, Men's Track and Field.
Lindsay Weiser (So.), Equestrian: The Oxford, Pennsylvania Marketing major was a triple qualifier in equestrian. She is competing at Regionals in novice fences and novice flats in Hunt Seat and in novice in Western Horsemanship. Only one other equestrian rider in history achieved this feat. She won the novice Western regional and competed at the National Semifinals in Florida. She is also a member of A.M.A. on campus.
Women's Honor Roll: Jamie Sevenish, Softball; Jasmine Watts, Women's Basketball; Brenda Johnson, Women's Track and Field.
Davis Bowers (Sr.), Men's Track and Field: Bowers, a Criminalistics major from Belle Center, Ohio, finished 3rd at the G-MAC Championships, hitting a NCAA provisional mark in the pole vault. He also won the Dragon Invite in the same event and secured his place at the NCAA National Championships with a vault of 16-10. He was ranked 9th in the indoor pole vault heading to the national championships. At the NCAA National Championships he earned All American honors by finishing 7th.
Men's Honor Roll: Trey Grine, Men's Wrestling; Austin Adams, Men's Basketball; Miguel Garcia, Men's Swimming.
Kirsten Camp (Sr.), Women's Track and Field: Camp opened her indoor season with a 6th place finish in the 60 hurdles, a 4th place finish in the 4x400, and a 3rd place finish in the high jump at the Dragon Open. She then continued by adding more solid numbers at Pitt State in the hurdles and long jump. She is currently 15th in the nation in multi events. The Attica native is majoring in Exercise Science.
Women's Honor Roll: Allie Miller, Women's Basketball.
Cameron Burrows (Sr.), Men's Track and Field: Burrows opened his indoor season with a personal best in the 60 hurdles. He then also hit a provisional mark at Pitt State in the long jump, taking second place in the process. He is currently nationally ranked in three categories - 5th in the high jump, 9th in heptathlon, and 17th in long jump.
Men's Honor Roll: Nick Mason, Men's Wrestling.
Ali Schirmer (Sr.), Women's Basketball: Ali Schirmer is amongst the leading scorers for the women's basketball team, averaging 10.2 ppg. She is also amongst three point percentage leaders for the team, and recorded her 1000th career point against Carlow University. The Cincinnati native is majoring in Psychology and is active with the Psych Club.
Women's Honor Roll: Kirsten Camp, Women's Track.
Nikolas Curtiss (So.), Men's Track and Field: Nikolas Curtiss is one of the top shot putters in the country, currently ranked 2nd nationally in the shot put while also ranking 9th in the weight throw. He was also recently named G-MAC Men's Track and Field Athlete of the Week. The Hamilton, Ohio native is majoring in Sports & Recreation Management and is also active with SAAC.
Men's Honor Roll: Josh Williams, Men's Basketball; Beau Minnick, Men's Wrestling.
Chloe Liebold (Jr.), Women's Cross Country: Chloe Liebold finished her cross country season with her best race of the season, finishing 2nd on her team at the G-MAC Championships. The Marketing major and Green Springs, Ohio native is also involved in AMA, NLS, and the Business Club on campus while also competing for the track and field team.
Women's Honor Roll: Ashley Koszalka, Equestrian; Annie Santucci, Women's Basketball.
Hayden Bronne (Jr.), Men's Wrestling: Hayden Bronne is currently ranked 3rd in the region and 10th nationally at 184 pounds. He leads Division II in pins and has a 12-2 record. He placed 2nd at the Ohio Intercollegiate Open with 3 pins and also went 5-1 at the Findlay Open. He has also been a four-year volunteer for the TU Youth Wrestling Club. He is majoring in Law Enforcement and is a native of St. Paris, Ohio.
Men's Honor Roll: Daijohn Isbell, Football; Miguel Garcia, Men's Swimming; Stephen Korir, Men's Cross Country.
Allison McCabe (Sr.), Women's Soccer: Alli McCabe was one of the leaders for the women's soccer program, scoring 3 goals with 2 assists for 8 points. She was named to the G-MAC Honorable Mention team and served as team captain while majoring in Exercise Science. She also serves as a tutor in the Murphy Center and has assisted in game management for postseason soccer tournaments. She hails from Arlington Heights, Illinois.
Alice Putoud (Jr.), Women's Golf: Alice Putoud helped lead the Dragons to their best tournament score ever at Trevecca Nazarene while placing 2nd individually out of 103 golfers. She has been named G-MAC Golfer of the Week three times this fall and finished the fall with a school record 77.1 average. She is a WGCA All American scholar and a two-time member of the Dean's List and also works with elementary school children on Wednesday during the school year. She is majoring in General Science - Chemistry, and is from Lyon, France.
Women's Honor Roll: Emily Weithman, Volleyball.
Logan Schneider (Sr.), Football: Logan Schneider is one of the mainstays of the offensive line, making all the protection calls up front , and helped lead the team to a 9-0 start to the season. He serves as team captain and has also been nominated for the Gene Upshaw award honoring the nation's best linemen. He has also been active with Victory Day activities in support of handicapped children. He is majoring in Accounting and is from Alexandria, Kentucky.
Men's Honor Roll: Leo Hasenstab, Men's Soccer; Jonah Sumfleth, Men's Swimming and Diving.
Jenna Huffman (Jr.), Volleyball: Huffman is one of the team leaders for the volleyball team, which is off to its best start in nearly 30 years. She was named G-MAC Player of the Week on Sept. 17 and is amongst conference leaders in kills and attack percentage. She also assists with Missions trips and church youth groups. She is from McComb, Ohio and is currently in the Master's program.
Women's Honor Roll: Lindsay Weiser, Equestrian; Alice Putoud, Women's Golf; Alli McCabe, Women's Soccer.
Noah Barth (So.), Men's Golf: Barth, a sophomore from Helsingborg, Sweden, has started the season with three straight Top 10 finishes including his first ever collegiate win at the G-MAC Fall Invite. He is ranked 12th in the Midwest Region and has an average of 71.86. He has assisted with SAAC in reading for elementary school students and also coaches youth basketball at the YMCA. He is also ranked on the World Amateur Golf Rankings. He is majoring in Exercise Science.
Men's Honor Roll: Logan Schneider, Football; Steve Korir, Men's Cross Country.