Tesch heading to NCAA Championships; Munger honored by GNAC; Swain and Clark earn all-CCC honors

Saints_logoTesch qualifies for NCAA Championships – Saint Martin’s senior Laura Tesch is heading to Birmingham to compete in the high jump at the NCAA Division II Track & Field Championships. Tesch is the first female Saint to qualify for the the NCAA indoor championships since the school moved to the NCAA in 1998. The Renton native and transfer from Humboldt State is currently ranked 18th in Divison II with a school record jump of 5′-6.5″.

Another GNAC honor for Munger – Saints’ sophomore Sam Munger was named GNAC Player of the Week for the second time this season thanks to hitting .467 with five runs scored and four RBI in four games at College of Idaho over the weekend. Munger also went 1-1 on the mound this weekend, losing the first game on Friday to the Coyotes but coming back and pitching a complete game on Saturday.

Swain and Clark honored by CCCEvergreen women’s basketball’s Danielle Swain was named first team all-conference by the Cascade Conference on Tuesday. The Black Hills alum scored 12.8 points per game, hauled in 8.4 boards per game and blocked 41 shots this season to set a new school career record with 112 over her three years on the court for the Geoducks. Swain, a junior for the Geoducks, will graduate in the spring and will not return to the basketball team next season.

Sammi Clark was also named all-conference honorable mention.  The junior scored 11.1 points per game and dished out 3.8 assists per game.

Posted on February 26, 2013, in Basketball, College, Saint Martin's University, Softball, The Evergreen State College. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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