High Fives: April 29-May 6

Monday, May 6, 2013

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

#1 - Marissa Kalsey (Track & Field) - Kalsey won the pole vault at the Slippery Rock University Last Chance Qualifier on Friday as she broke her own school-record with a mark of 3.97 meters. Kalsey broke the school's indoor pole vault record with a 3.95 meters mark at Nationals where she earned the distinction of All-American this past winter.

#2 - Nick Reinthaler (Baseball) - Reinthaler led a six-run surge in the bottom of the first inning for the Titans against Washington and Jefferson on Friday. He hit a three-run homerun to right field to give the Titans an early lead. Reinthaler finished 2-7 on the afternoon, but drove in a team-high four runs in 11-innings in a 15-13 losing effort to the Presidents.

#3 - Sydney Spain (Track & Field) Spain earned a first-place finish in the 3,000 meter steeplechase at the Slippery Rock University Last Chance Qualifier on Friday. Her time of 12:21.34 paced all competitors.

#4 - Erika Pamer (Softball) Pamer went a combined 3-5 in the Titans' two PAC tournament games on Thursday. The junior left fielder also drove in two runs in the Titans' 5-4 season-ending loss to Washington and Jefferson. For her efforts, Pamer was tabbed on the all-tournament team.

#5 - Mark Saylor (Track & Field) Saylor paced all Titan men in the Slippery Rock University Last Chance Qualifier on Friday. He finished third in the pole vault with a mark of 4.60 meters.

 

Marissa Kalsey