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High Fives: Sept. 2-Sept. 9

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

High Fives are the Top-5 performances by Westminster athletes during the previous week as selected by the Titan Sports Blogger.

#1 - SR Claire Ferrando (Volleyball) was named to the All-Tournament team over the weekend, while setting a career-high mark of 40 digs, and guided Westminster to a runner-up finish at the 15th Annual Marcia French Memorial Invitational. The Titans improved to 7-1 on the season.

#2 - SR Jordan Steele (Women's Soccer) scored her first collegiate goal on Saturday in a double overtime 1-0 Titan victory over Division II Salem International.  After two halves and an overtime, the game came to close when Steele netted the game-winning goal off a free kick on the left side of the box.  The Titans improved to 3-1 overall. 

#3 - SR Caitie Hosler (Women's Tennis) went 2-0 at no. 1 singles and 2-0 at no. 1 doubles last week as the Titans went 2-0 overall.

#4 - SO Austin Ewers (Men's Soccer) led Westminster with two goals on Tuesday in a 4-1 Titan victory over D'Youville.  Ewers scored his first goal of the season at the 6:15 mark of the first half off of a deflection, and netted his second goal at the 60:57 mark of the second half.  The Titans improved to 2-1 overall.

#5 - SR Dak Britt (Football) set a career high on Saturday with 280 passing yards against Hiram.  Britt completed 23-of-39 passes including two touchdowns.  Britt was also the team's leading rusher with 94 yards on 12 carries.

Honorable Mention: JR Ross Montanti (Men's Golf) paced Westminster on Saturday with a second-place finish and a score of 74 (40-34).  The Titans finished fourth at the Grove City Invitational with 328 points.

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