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Junior sprinter Keyana Roberts named ‘Conference Athlete of the Week’

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By Tim Ertle, Sports Information Director for the Ursuline Arrows

Ursuline College junior sprinter Keyana Roberts has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced Tuesday (April 8) afternoon.

She received the honor for her performance at the Bob Kahn Invitational, hosted last Saturday (April 5) by Oberlin College.

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Ursuline trio honored by the Great Midwest Athletic Conference

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By Tim Ertle, Sports Information Director for the Ursuline Arrows

Three members of the Ursuline College basketball program were honored by the Great Midwest Athletic Conference on Tuesday (March 4) afternoon. Point guard Erica Huber was named the conference’s ‘Freshman of the Year,’ while junior forward Emma Ricketts and freshman wing Tajanee Wells were each named second team all-conference.

Huber also earned honorable mention status after a vote of the conference’s nine head coaches.

Kentucky Wesleyan senior guard Karly Rhoads took home the Great Midwest Athletic Conference ‘Player of the Year’ Award and Gary Van Atta, the head coach of regular season champion Trevecca Nazarene University, earned the ‘Coach of the Year’ honor.

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Ursuline College sophomore Nicole Burlinson Named G-MAC Indoor Track & Field Athlete of the Week for Third Time

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Ursuline College sophomore Nicole Burlinson has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week for the third time this season, the conference office announced Tuesday (Feb. 11) afternoon.

Burlinson received the honor for her performance at the Division II Challenge Meet, hosted by the SPIRE Institute on Saturday (Feb. 8).

She beat the other 26 participants in the mile with a school record time of 5:07.50. She was previously the record holder with her 5:09.31 at Youngstown State two weeks ago. Saturday’s time was just 2.5 seconds shy of the NCAA Division II provisional qualification standard.

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