Hometown: Green Bay, Wis.
Geurts extended her scoreless streak to 288:56 with her third straight shutout. The shutout was her fifth of the season and helped UWM move into first place with a 2-0 win over Wright State. She made three saves and continues to lead the league in GAA and save percentage.
Hometown: Grove City, OH
Creamer had a career-high hitting percentage in a single match (.842) along with 16 kills in Northern Kentucky’s sweep over Youngstown State. The senior had 29 kills over two games to help the Norse sweep the week.
Hometown: Fairfield, Ohio
The junior forward scored two goals, including the game-winner, and had one assist in NKU’s victory over UIC. Hamblin’s offense resulted in the Ohio native firing four total shots, two on goal and has helped NKU win its seventh game in the last eight matches.
Hometown: Burlington, WI
Longoria recorded 41 digs in two matches with 27 of those digs in the Crusaders match against Milwaukee. The senior libero also received 76 serves in the two matches without committing a reception error. Longoria also recorded a career milestone becoming only the third Valparaiso player to surpass 2,000 digs.
Hometown: Huntington Woods, Mich.
Kendell won his second event of the year with a 8K time of 24:27. The junior posted a personal record at the Canisius Alumni Classic that was 21 seconds faster than his time last year. Detroit Mercy ended up with a third place team finish out of 11 squads.
Hometown: Tipp City, Ohio
Brumfield posted a second place finish at the Jenna Strong Invitational. The sophomore ran the 5K race in a time of 17:53 to lead the Raiders. Wright State went on to win the event with 50 points.
Hometown: Novi, Mich.
Jabbori scored both of Oakland's goals in the team win over Milwaukee on Saturday. The senior garnered four points in the effort while taking three shots, two of which were on-goal. The Golden Grizzlies broke the Panthers' five-game winning streak with the victory.
Hometown: Pass Christian, Miss.
Betz posted a shutout in Northern Kentucky's first League win of the season. The freshman picked up six saves in the effort, including five in the first half. Three of his five starts for the Norse have now been shutouts.
Hometown: West Bend, Wis.
Skenandore led Milwaukee on the 1-meter and 3-meter boards against GVSU. The freshman tabbed 261.22 points on the 1-meter while collecting 236.63 points on the 3-meter in his college debut.
Hometown: Raisio, Finland
Aschan won five events for Oakland in two meets over the weekend. The senior tabbed victories in the 200 free (1:53.10), 200 back (2:04/15) and 400 IM (4:25.94) against Duquesne. Facing Youngstown State, she won the 200 free (2:05.74) and the 200 breast (2:21.45).
Hometown: Brisbane, Australia
Stafford won the 1-meter and 3-meter in Youngstown State's meet against Oakland. The senior hit the NCAA Zone C Qualifying mark on the 1-meter with a score of 286.27. In addition, she claimed victory on the 3-meter with 268.20 points.
Hometown: Hazlehurst, Wis.
Garcia won three events for Green Bay in its meet at Valparaiso. The sophomore led the pool in the 50 free (21.95) and was part of the winning 400 medley relay and 200 free relay teams.
Athletes of the Week (week of Oct. 10)