High Fives: Nov. 4-Nov. 10

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

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

#1 - In Westminster's 45-37 quadruple OT loss at Thiel, senior Collin Wallace's (Football) game-highs of eight receptions and 93 yards moved him to first for most career receiving yards (2146), most career receptions (145), and most yards in a single season (984) in school history.

#2 - Senior Dak Britt set a school and a PAC record with a game- and career-high 245 yards rushing, for the most yards on the ground by a quarterback in a game in Westminster's 45-37 quadruple OT loss at Thiel. He also tied a school record for most rushing touchdowns in a game with four. Britt was only nine yards away from tying a school record for most rushing yards in a single game for any position.

#3 - Titan freshman Anne Tillie (Women's Swimming) led the women in Westminster's 158-136 win over Allegheny with three individual first-place finishes. Tillie won the 1,000 yard freestyle (11:14.29), 100 yard freestyle (56.82), and the 500 yard freestyle (5:26.98). The Titans improved to 3-0 on the year.

#4 - Three Titans tallied double-digit kills, led by senior Megan Romocean (Volleyball) with 16 in Westminster's 3-2 loss at Bethany at the 2013 PAC Semifinals. Romocean was one dig away from a double-double as she earned nine digs, while totaling a match-high five blocks (two solo, three assists).

#5 - In Westminster's 149-106 win over Allegheny, Matt Baurle (Men's Swimming) won the 100 yard breaststroke (59.46) and the 200 yard breaststroke (2:13.65). Baurle also teamed up with sophomore Austin Karper, freshman Joey Spurio, and junior Steven Brooks for a first-place finish in the 200 yard medley relay (1:39.85). The Titans improved to 3-0 on the season.

Honorable Mention:
-Junior Rich Ellebie (Football) posted a career-high 10 tackles, including a team-high two tackles for a loss, in Westminster's 45-37 quadruple OT loss at Thiel.
-Sophomore goalie Maddy Frech (Women's Soccer) earned a career-high 12 saves in Westminster's 1-0 loss against Grove City at the 2013 PAC Semifinals.

 

Collin Wallace