High Fives: Sept. 17 – Sept. 24

Thursday, September 27, 2012

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

#5 - Josh Cantella (Men's Soccer) scored two goals in the Titans' 4-1 win over La Roche, for his third multiple-goal game of the season. For the year, Cantella leads the team with 15 points.
 
#4 - Jenn Cantella (Women's Soccer), during the Titans' two-game stretch, earned her 298th career save, moving to second all-time in Westminster women's soccer history.

#3 - Morgan Pierce (Women's Golf) paced the Titans to a third-place finish at the PAC Fall Invitational. Pierce placed fifth overall with a score of 177 (88-89).

#2 - Alex Bailey (Women's Tennis) won her 33rd-straight match, dating back two years ago, and guided Westminster to three shutout wins. 

#1 - Katie Palkovic (Volleyball) guided the Titans to four wins in five matches last week, while averaging 31.6 assists per match. She earned 30 or more assists in four matches.

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