Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Kilner led the Vikings offense tallying 79 assists over the weekend to eclipse 2,900 assists in her career. The setter averaged 13.17 assists per set to help Cleveland State come out on top in all six sets the team played in.
Hometown: Bay Village, OH
Grega chipped in 35 digs with a 5.83 digs per set average in the Vikings two matches over the weekend. The libero’s play helped stifle Cleveland State’s opponents to a .076 hitting percentage average and record a 2-0 mark for the week.
Hometown: Lemont, Ill
Griffith had both goals in the Crusaders 2-1 victory over Northern Kentucky. The forward's two goals helped Valparaiso clinch the fifth seed in the Horizon League Women's Soccer Tournament.
Hometown: Reinbek, Germany
Kalk posted his fourth shutout in the past five matched against Oakland this past Saturday. The freshman made 10 saves in the match and leads the League in save percentage (.847) and goals against average (0.86).
Hometown: Albuquerque, NM
Madrid notched his third game-winning goal on Saturday against Northern Kentucky en route to posting five points in the match. The senior tallied two goals and one assist in the contest and became the first Crusader in school history to score nine goals in a season.
Hometown: Leipzig, Germany
Sikatzki posted the sixth fastest time this season in all of Division I in the 100 backstroke with a finish of 47.52. In addition, the senior won three other events against Xavier over the weekend including the 200 backstroke (1:47.66), 200 medley relay (1:30.46) and the 400 freestyle relay (3:04.99). Sikatzki claims the top times in the Horizon League in both the 100 and 200 backstroke.
Hometown: Cranebrook, Australia
McNamara set a top time in the Horizon League over the weekend in the 200 butterfly (2:02.56) and now owns the top time in both the 100 and 200 fly. In addition, the sophomore went on to win the 400 individual medley (4:34.24) and 200 medley relay.
Athletes of the Week (week of Oct.24)