High Fives: Oct. 28-Nov. 3

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

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

#1 - In the third quarter, Westminster cut into Waynesburg's lead after Titan sophomore Taran Sifontes-Lavine (Football) ran back a punt for a school-record 86 yards for a touchdown. An extra point from freshman Justin Dahl made the score 21-13 with 12:23 on the clock. The Titans lost 38-19.

#2 - Senior Megan Romocean (Volleyball) led Westminster with 31 kills in two PAC matches last week, to go along with 26 digs. The Titans went 1-1 in two PAC matches.

#3 - Titan senior WR Collin Wallace (Football) had a game-high 130 yards, including a school-record 84-yard touchdown catch, off six receptions and moved to second all-time in career yards (2,053) and fourth all-time in career receptions (137). Westminster lost 38-19 to Waynesburg.

#4 - In Westminster's 138-100 PAC opener win at Bethany, junior Jake Pletz (Men's Swimming) led the men's team with two individual wins and was also a part of a winning relay team. Pletz won the 50 yard freestyle (23.17) and 100 yard freestyle (49.84) and teamed up with junior Steven Brooks, sophomore Matt Baurle, and freshman Dan Pletz for a first-place finish in the 200 yard medley relay (1:41.64)

#5 - In Westminster's 143-106 PAC opener win at Bethany, junior Rebecca Mobley (Women's Swimming) was part of the winning 200 yard medley relay team (1:55.35) and won the 200 yard butterfly (2:24.79).

Honorable Mention:
-Titan senior Amanda Turi (Women's Soccer) scored the lone goal of the game, her team-leading sixth of the season, in Westminster's 1-0 win at Chatham.
 -Titan sophomore Ethan McCarthy (Men's Soccer) knotted things up, 1-1, with a goal, his team-leading 10th goal of the year, in Westminster's 1-1 tie with Waynesburg.

 

Taran Sifontes-Lavine