Ursuline College junior forward Vanessa Consiglio was selected to the Capital One Academic All-District IV women’s soccer team, the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) announced Thursday (Oct. 30) afternoon.
She is the only women’s soccer player from the Great Midwest Athletic Conference to receive the honor.
The NCAA released its national statistical rankings for fall sports on Monday night and Ursuline College was well-represented.
After the soccer’s team recent four-match winning streak, during which the Arrows outscored their opponents 23-0, senior forward Paige Rowan leads all of Division II with 15 goals scored. North Alabama’s Chloe Richards is right behind her with 14.
Ursuline College junior forward Vanessa Consiglio (Milton, Ontario, Canada/Bishop Reding High School) has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Week after helping the Arrows jump out to a 2-0 start in conference play.
This is the first time that Consiglio, a 2013 all-region performer, has earned the G-MAC’s weekly award. She is the second consecutive Arrow to earn the honor after senior Paige Rowan was the recipient on September 15th.
Ursuline College senior forward Paige Rowan (Concord Township, Ohio/Lake Catholic) has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Soccer Athlete of the Week after scoring three goals to help the Arrows go two-for-two in non-conference games last week. This is the fourth time in her career that she has earned the weekly award.
UC earned wins over West Liberty (Mountain East) and Walsh (GLIAC) to run its record to 3-1 on the young year.
By Tim Ertle, Sports Information Director for the Ursuline Arrows
Four members of the Ursuline College softball program were honored by the Great Midwest Athletic Conference on Thursday (May 1) evening. Junior outfielder Sam Roberts was named to the all-conference second team while sophomore Alison Porter joined freshmen Brittany Humbel and Dagmar Smith on the honorable mention list.
Roberts is the first Arrow softball player to earn all-conference honors. She hit .358 (39-109) and led the team with 18 runs scored and 48 total bases. Roberts also drove in 12 runs, the third most on the team, and swiped two bases.
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.
Ursuline College freshman point guard Erica Huber has been named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference ‘Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week’ for the second time this season, the conference office announced Monday (Jan. 20) afternoon.
Huber was the first recipient of the weekly conference award on Nov. 11, 2013. The award has been distributed 10 times this season and an Ursuline student-athlete has been elected five times. Junior forward Emma Ricketts has been named the ‘Women’s Basketball Athlete of the Week’ three times and Huber twice with no other player in the conference winning the award more than once.
Ursuline College was named the Great Midwest Athletic Conference Division II Award of Excellence winner for its work with the A.R.R.O.W.S. (Academic Readiness Requires Outstanding Work and Support) Mentoring Program, the NCAA announced.
The A.R.R.O.W.S. Mentoring Program intends to provide Ursuline College students, many of whom are student-athletes, an opportunity to mentor Warrensville Heights High School students while offering them support through the completion of high school and encouragement to pursue postsecondary education. It is the aim of the program to engage both students at Ursuline and Warrensville Heights High School in a partnership that promotes academic success and fosters ambition for further education.
From the spring semester of their freshman year to the completion of their senior year, each high school student participates in one goal setting workshop per month facilitated by the A.R.R.O.W.S. coordinator and student mentors. During each goal setting workshop, students explore career interests, college readiness and study skills.
Ursuline College believes these workshops serve as important resources for the students at Warrensville Heights High School as it provides them with foundational knowledge and sets forth expectations of what a student can expect in college and in their chosen career. The program works to ensure that the students at Warrensville Heights High School are provided with the tools and resources so as to be proficient academic achievers.
The top three finalists for the NCAA Division II Award of Excellence and overall winner will be announced during the business session at the 2014 NCAA Convention.
Division II 2013 Award of Excellence Conference Winners
CACC – Concordia College
CCAA – University of California, San Diego
CIAA – Virginia Union University
ECC – Dowling College
GAC – Arkansas Tech University
GLIAC – Michigan Technological University
G-MAC – Ursuline College
GNAC – University of Mary
GSC – Christian Brothers University
Heartland – Texas A & M International University
Independents – Palm Beach Atlantic University
LSC – Lone Star Conference
MEC – Notre Dame College
MIAA – Lindenwood University
NE-10 – Adelphi University
NSIC – Northern State University
PBC – University of Montevallo
PSAC – Kutztown University
PWC – Chaminade University of Honolulu
RMAC – Adams State University
SAC – Wingate University
SIAC – Benedict College
SSC – Lynn University
Ursuline College sophomore Nicole Burlinson has been named the first-ever Great Midwest Athletic Conference Women’s Indoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week, the conference office announced Tuesday (Dec. 10) morning.
She was the only Arrow to compete at Friday (Dec. 6) night’s Youngstown State University Icebreaker Meet and she shattered school records in both of her events, the 1,000 meter run and the mile.
Burlinson ran a 3:03.98 in the 1,000 to top the school record of 3:13.81 that was set by Jennette Goans in 2009. The only runner to beat Burlinson was UC assistant coach Maddy Outman (3:01.68) who was running unattached. The next closest student-athlete finished in 3:18.78.
In the mile, Burlinson ran a 5:15.59 to win the race and break her own school record, a 5:29.75 that was achieved at the same meet last year. The second finisher, Janine Powis of Slippery Rock University, finished in 5:20.29.
She now holds the indoor school records in the 200, 300, 400, 500, 600, 800, 1,000 and the mile.