High Fives: Nov. 26-Dec. 2

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

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

#5 - Against W&J, sophomore Jenna Grandy (Women's Basketball) led Westminster tying a career-high 10 points (4-of-8).

#4 - At the Wooster Invite, Alan Nedley (Men's Swimming) had the highest finish for the Titan men as he placed second out of 24 swimmers in the 200 yard butterfly with a time of 1:55.20. Nedley was also part of the 400 yard medley relay team that placed third (3:28.72) and the 800 yard freestyle team that placed fourth (7:11.01).

#3 - Freshman Ericka Culp (Women's Diving) placed second of 18 divers in the 1-meter dive (340.70) and third out of 15 divers in the 3-meter dive (329.90).

#2 - At W&J, senior Doug Smith (Men's Basketball) scored a career-high 40 points (14-of-23), including a career-best 10 three-pointers (10-of-17). Smith's 10 three-pointers (six in the second half) ranked second all-time in Westminster history, only one away from the record (Mark DeMonaco '04 with 11). Smith was named the PAC Sports Network Player of the Game. The Titans lost 92-87 in overtime.

#1 - Freshman Marissa Kalsey (Women's Track & Field) highlighted the day with a second place tie out of 20 competitors with a school record mark of 3.55 meters. The record was previously held by Merrissa Malcolm (3.35 m.).

 

Jenna Grandy