Three tiger athletes receive NCAC honors


Softball pitcher Kahla Nolan was named NCAC Pitcher of the Week after last weekend when Nolan went 3-0 against Franklin College and Wooster College. Nolan, a sophomore, struck out 18 in 17 innings and did not allow an earned run in 14 innings. In total, Nolan's record, 5-3, includes five complete games where she has pitched 52 innings and 51 strikeouts.
After posting a 6-0 record last weekend in her matches, tennis player Meg Crowley received NCAC Player of the Week. Crowley, a junior and seed three, defeated Wittenberg's single player easily, 6-0, 6-0. Denison was Crowley's next victim. This time playing in the number two spot she would win the first set 6-4 forcing her competition to retire. Facing her last opponent, Ohio Wesleyan, Crowley closed the match 6-1, 6-0. In all three doubles matches with partner Claire Marshall, sophomore, the pair remained undefeated in the course of the tournament, 3-0.
Senior baseball player, Jason Cohen, received NCAC Player of the Week after hitting two doubles, one triple, one home run, 10 RBI's and scoring seven runs in DePauw's six games last weekend. Cohen has started all 27 games of the season and has scored 27 times and has had three triples tying him for the team record. He leads the team in doubles, 7, home runs, 3, and RBI, 25. Playing first baseman Cohen also holds a .985 fielding percentage. Cohen is ranked fifth in school history with 192 career hits, second with 130 RBI and third with 284 total bases.