The National Collegiate Baseball Writers Association (NCBWA) released it NCAA Division II National and Regional Players of the Week for the week ending on April 11, 2021, and Wilmington’s Quintin Ivy was named the East Region’s Player of the Week.
The Wilmington University softball team was able to come back from an early hole in the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference opener against Jefferson on Wednesday, but couldn’t complete the comeback in game two, splitting with the Rams at Asbury Field.
The Wilmington University women’s lacrosse team didn’t allow a goal in the first half in route to a 21-3 Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference victory over Chestnut Hill on Wednesday afternoon at the WU Athletics Complex.
First-year runner Tafadziswa Bunu earned four top-four finishes last week to help earn him the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Track Athlete of the Week on Tuesday.
Quintin Ivy led an offensive charge for the Wilmington University baseball team on Tuesday, as they swept Nyack in a Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference doubleheader, 25-0 and 11-3, at Wilson Field to sweep the three-game season series.
The Wilmington University softball team jumped out to early leads in each contest, but Kutztown rallied to sweep a nonconference doubleheader, 9-2 and 6-3, on Tuesday afternoon at North Campus Field.
Entering its sixth year, the Wildcat of the Week award focuses on individual performances on the field/court/course over the past seven days. Every Monday, two student-athletes (one male and one female) will be selected and featured on the home page as this week’s Wildcat of the Week.
Following a 4-1 week, the Wilmington University baseball team moved up one spot in the latest NCBWA East Region Poll and now sit in fourth with 64 points.
As a whole, the Wilmington University athletics department had a successful week on the field, resulting in three student-athletes being names Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week in their respective sports.
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