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Tyler Campbell, Logan Stinson, and Noah Given Named CACC Players of the Week

Tyler Campbell, Logan Stinson, and Noah Given Named CACC Players of the Week

NEW HAVEN, Conn. - - The final regular season stretch produced three Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference Players of the Week for the Wilmington University athletics department, as announced by the conference office on Monday.

The Wilmington University men's lacrosse team produced two Players of the Week following their 2-0 week, as Logan Stinson was named the Rookie of the Week and Noah Given was named the Goalkeeper of the Week. The baseball team's Tyler Campbell was named the CACC Pitcher of the Week for his start against Goldey-Beacom last week.  

Logan Stinson (Lafayette, La./St. Thomas More) paced the offense to wins over Georgian Court and Caldwell last week, totaling six goals and four assists as well as four ground balls. In the program's first ever win over the Lions, the freshman attacker posted two goals and an assist before he scored four goals and added three assists against Caldwell in securing the No. 2 seed for the upcoming playoffs. Stinson leads the Wildcats with 16 goals, 11 assists, and 27 points on the year.

Noah Given (Middletown, Del./Appoquinimink) was the final stop in the Wildcats' 2-0 week, securing 14 saves with a .500 save percentage while only allowing seven goals a game. In the win at Georgian Court, he stopped eight shots with a .471 save percentage, as the Lions fired off 44 shots in the game. He then made six saves with a .545 save percentage in a 17-5 victory over Caldwell.

Tyler Campbell (New Castle, Del./St. George's Tech) earned his first win of the season in a 5-1 win over Goldey-Beacom on Sunday. HE pitched five innings, striking out seven Lightning batters while only allowing two hits and one walk. He did not allow a run in the outing. He now has 11 strikeouts in eight innings of work this season.

Baseball's Quintin Ivy was mentioned on the CACC Honor Roll after batting .400 with eight hits, three of them going for doubles and three going for homers. Women's Lacrosse's Amelie Gamache was also named on the CACC's Honor Roll after scoring five goals in their win over Holy Family last week.