Hometown: Richmond, Ind.
Morrow hit .455, with a .818 slugging percentage and had a .538 on-base percentage as the Raiders won four of five games last week. Of his 10 hits last week, he had three doubles, one triple and a home run. He added five runs and five RBI.
Hometown: North Bend, Wash.
Lane picked up two wins in relief last week for the Flames. He stuck out six batters in three scoreless innings, allowing one hit in UIC's win at Valparaiso on April 22. He struck out six in five scoreless innings, allowing two hits, in UIC's win at Milwaukee on April 24. For the week, he threw eight innings, allowing three hits and striking out 12 batters while allowing zero runs.
Hometown: Kimberly, Wis.
Pozolinski crossed the finish line first in the 110 meter hurdles at the Lenny Lyles/Clark Wood Invite. Running a time of 13.66 seconds the junior shattered his personal record and moved into ninth in the NCAA. Pozolinski defeated former USA Olympic silver medalist David Payne in the close race. He was also a member of the 4 x 100 meter relay that came in second. This is his third Runner of the Week accolades this season.
Hometown: Brillion, Wis.
Petrie had a record setting day, setting new personal records in three events. The junior took first in the discus with a throw of 48.86 meters, first in the hammer with a heave of 59.91 meters, and 6th in the shot put with a chuck of 14.43 meters. Petrie crushed the school hammer throw record by over two feet.
Hometown: Perrysburg, Ohio
Schorsch finished the regular season 27-4 in singles and 25-7 in doubles. The junior won program-record 82 singles matches and 70 doubles matches, the second most in his career.
Hometown: Midland, Mich.
Burr claimed first in the 5,000 meter run at the Jesse Owens Classic. Running a time of 17:14.04 the junior is leading the Horizon League in this event.
Hometown: Marion, Wis.
Detert posted personal records in three events on Saturday. The freshman claimed first in the discus with a throw of 40.23 meters, third in the hammer with a heave of 44.66 meters, and second in shot put with a lob of 13.35 meters. Detert now ranks in fifth in hammer and seventh in discus and shot in Milwaukee history.
Hometown: Houston, Texas
Gbadmaosi went 2-0 at No. 4 singles and 2-0 at No.2 doubles, helping Cleveland State capture its second Horizon League Regular Season title. The junior became the 14th Viking all-time to notch 50 career singles wins with her victory at Valparaiso.
Horizon League Athletes of the Week, for the week ranging April 18-24, 2016.