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Green Bay

Jessica Wolf

Hometown: Waconia, Minn.

MediumWolf had a career-high 16 kills in Green Bay's sweep at Valparaiso on Saturday. She had 10 kills in GB's sweep of UIC on Friday. For the week, Wolf had 26 kills on a .457 hitting percentage.

Northern Kentucky

Mel Stewart

Hometown: West Chester, Ohio

MediumStewart had 27 digs in NKU's sweep of Youngstown State on Saturday. The 27 digs in a three-set match tied for the most by a Horizon League player this season. She added 23 digs in three sets in NKU's match against Wright State. For the week, she had 50 digs, averaging 8.3 per set.


Anthony Torres

Hometown: Batavia, Ill.

MediumAnthony Torres was a defensive spark for Belmont this past week in the team’s wins over Georgia State and conference foe Milwaukee. The senior helped limit Georgia State to just one goal while the Bruins’ defense shutout the Panthers on Saturday in a 1-0 contest. Torres played in all 90 minutes of each contest for Belmont on the backline.


Callie O'Donnell

Hometown: Plainfield, Ill.

MediumO’Donnell helped keep the Panthers undefeated netting the game-winning goal in Milwaukee 1-0 victory at Cleveland State. A mechanical engineering major with a 3.68 GPA, the goal was the junior’s seventh of the season, tying her for the League lead. In the match, O’Donnell was responsible for half of the team’s shots on the night with three.

Cleveland State

Jake Lagania

Hometown: North Royalton, Ohio

MediumJake Lagania posted five points for Cleveland State during the team’s 1-1-0 week that started with an assist in their overtime loss on Wednesday to Northern Kentucky. He followed up that performance with two goals in the Vikings’ 4-3 win over Oakland and he now has scored a point in four of the last five contests.


Brenda Hernandez

Hometown: Beloit, Wis.

MediumBrenda Hernandez placed 14th overall out of 1,000 runners at the Panther Prowl after running a 5K personal best time of 18:05. The Panthers won the meet as a team for the third time in four races.


Paige Lincicum

Hometown: Cary, Ill.

MediumLincicum recorded her third shutout of the season in Milwaukee’s 1-0 victory over previously undefeated Cleveland State on Saturday, keeping Milwaukee at the top of the Horizon League table. A kinesiology major with a 3.96 GPA, the junior extended her scoreless streak to 235:10, making two second-half saves to post her eighth career shutout. This is the third time this season Lincicum has been recognized as the defensive player of the week this season.

Youngstown State

Austin McLean

Hometown: West Jefferson, Ohio

MediumAustin McLean led Youngstown State at the Disney World race where the Penguins picked up the win for the first time. The senior ran the 8K in a time of 24.23.20 to place second in the race.

Horizon League Athletes of the Week (Week of Oct. 5)

Tags: Belmont - Men's Soccer · Cleveland State - Men's Soccer · Green Bay - Volleyball · Horizon League - Volleyball · Milwaukee - Cross Country · Milwaukee - Women's Soccer · Northern Kentucky - Volleyball · Northern Kentucky - Women's Soccer · Youngstown State - Cross Country
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