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HCAC ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

February 4, 2013
Earlham College Broadcast Sports



Men's Basketball - Logan Wolfrum, Defiance College


Defiance College senior guard Logan Wolfrum (Defiance, Ohio/Ayersville)
became the all-time leading scorer for DC at the NCAA Division III level
this past week and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic
Conference Men's Basketball Player of the Week for the second time.  The
senior netted his third 40-point performance and sank the game-winner in
Defiance's 78-77 win at Manchester.  Wolfrum ended the game with 40 points,
six rebounds, and six assists, while sinking eight three-point shots and
scoring 19 of Defiance's final 21 points.  The Defiance, Ohio native scored
18 points on Saturday to lead the Jackets over Mount St. Joseph, 77-63.
Wolfrum averaged 29.0 points, 5.0 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 1.0 steals per
game in the two victories and connected on blistering rates of 72.4% from
the floor and 75.0% from beyond the arc.  Defiance (13-8, 9-5 HCAC) will
play host to Earlham and Rose-Hulman this week.


Women's Basketball - Kim Comden, Defiance College


Defiance College's Kim Comden (Defiance, Ohio/Ayersville) led the Jackets to
a 1-1 record last week and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic
Conference Women's Basketball Player of the Week for the second time.  The
senior center scored a game-high 22 points with six rebounds and two blocks
in a 61-48 loss to Manchester Wednesday.  Comden followed that performance
with 24 points, 10 rebounds, two blocks, and two steals in a 74-72 victory
at Mount St. Joseph Saturday.  For the week, Comden averaged 23.0 points,
8.0 rebounds, and two blocks per contest.  Defiance (12-9, 9-5 HCAC) will
travel to Earlham Wednesday and play host to Rose-Hulman Saturday


Men's Track Athlete - Tyler Hannan, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology




Rose-Hulman's Tyler Hannan (Winchester, Ky./George Rogers Clark) helped the
Engineers place third at the Ohio Northern Invitational Saturday and has
been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Indoor Track
Athlete of the Week.  The senior won the 400-meter dash with a time of 50.73
and also helped the 4-X-200-meter relay team place first with a time of
1:32.75.




Men's Field Athlete - Tom Postema, Defiance College




Defiance College's Tom Postema (Defiance, Ohio/Tinora) continued his strong
season with a victory at the Ohio Northern Invitational Saturday and has
been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Men's Indoor Field
Athlete of the Week for the second time.  The senior started the week on
Friday at the Findlay Elite Invitational.  Postema held his own against top
national competition, placing seventh in the weight throw (20.02 meters).
The following afternoon, Postema won the shot put with a mark of 15.51
meters at Ohio Northern.




Women's Track Athlete - Creasy Clauser, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology



Rose-Hulman's Creasy Clauser (Crawfordsville, Ind./Southmont) led the
Engineers at Ohio Northern with three first place finishes and has been
named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Women's Indoor Track
Athlete of the Week for the third time.  The senior won the 200-meter dash
with a time of 27.16 seconds and the 400-meter dash with a mark of 1:00.05.
Clauser also helped the 4-X-200 meter relay team capture first place honors
with a winning time of 1:50.62.




Women's Field Athlete - Kali George, Defiance College




Defiance College's Kali George (East Palestine, Ohio/H.S.) scored a Defiance
College record 3,036 points to place first at the Cedarville Invite Indoor
Pentathlon Friday and has been named the Heartland Collegiate Athletic
Conference Women's Indoor Field Athlete of the Week.  The junior placed
first in the high jump (1.61 meters) and long jump (5.17 meters), while
finishing fourth in the shot put (7.47 meters) to earn the top honor.
George's marks in the high jump and long jump currently rank second in the
HCAC and she is currently ranked 18th in the NCAA and first in the Great
Lakes Region for the pentathlon.


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