Kristen Massey (Jr.), Women's Indoor Track and Field: Kristen opened the outdoor season with a runner-up finish at the Wingate Duals in the 100 meters and at the Terrier Relays in the 200 meters. Her time of 12.18 puts her first in the GLIAC, and she also was part of a runner-up relay team at Wingate and third at the Terrier Relays. She also serves as president of the Business Club, vice president of the Accounting Finance club, and is a part of Delta Mu Delta.
Women's Honor Roll: Alice Putoud, Women's Golf; Anais Geslin, Women's Tennis; Elle Hamilton, Women's Lacrosse; Gabrielle Hess, Softball.
Davis Bowers (Jr.), Men's Indoor Track and Field: Davis opened his outdoor season by hitting a NCAA provisional mark in the pole vault and winning the Terrier Relays. That mark puts him first in the GLIAC and 16 nationally. He also recently finished third in the nation and earned First Team All American honors at the NCAA Indoor Championships.
Men's Honor Roll: Dylan Saunders, Equestrian; Noah Barth, Men's Golf; Sorin Navrotchi, Men's Tennis; Trey Grine, Wrestling.
Kiley May (Sr.), Women's Basketball: Kiley averaged 13.2 ppg for the month including a game high of 22 against Lake Superior State. She also had a high of 8 rebounds and 5 assists against Davenport. She is also active as a member of SAAC.
Women's Honor Roll: Calysta Herniter, Equestrian; Jamie Sevenish, Softball; Emma Gielink, Women's Track and Field.
Bryan LaVearn (Fr.), Men's Wrestling: Bryan was undefeated in the month, posting huge upset wins against Ashland (ranked 8th) and Findlay (3-time national qualifier) by major decision. He qualified for the National Tournament as a freshman, one of only three regional wrestlers to do so and only the second TU wrestler to do so. He is currently ranked 10th in the country. He is an active SAAC member, helps with youth wrestling, and works regularly with his peers in tutoring and nutrition plans.
Men's Honor Roll: Brady Ward, Baseball; Justin Miller, Men's Basketball; Kevin Roberts, Men's Track and Field
Monica Carson (Sr.), Women's Track and Field: The Biology major from Twinsburg, Ohio had an indoor personal best in the shot put, just missing an NCAA provisional mark. She is currently ranked sixth in the GLIAC in the event. She is an active part of SAAC and is also a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success.
Women's Honor Roll: Ali Schirmer, Women's Basketball.
Beau Minnick (So.), Men's Wrestling: The Management major from Clyde, Ohio went 6-0 at the Super Region II Duals, helping his team post an unbeaten record. He defeated the nation's sixth-ranked wrestler in the process, scoring bonus points in two of his matches. He is also active in running a youth wrestling club during the week.
Men's Honor Roll: Alex Brown, Men's Basketball; Reginald Thomas, Men's Track and Field.
Alexis Cloud (Sr.), Women's Track and Field: The senior Forensic Science major had a strong opening meet, setting a new personal record by over 200 points and hitting the NCAA provisional mark in the pentathlon. She was first in the pentathlon at Findlay and currently sits 11th nationally. She also placed second in the long jump at the Tiffin Alumni meet.
Women's Honor Roll: Ali Schirmer, Women's Basketball; Samantha Dalton, Equestrian.
Austin Adams (Jr.), Men's Basketball: The junior Accounting major averaged 14 points and 7 rebounds per game for the month and leads the GLIAC in offensive rebounds. He serves as a team captain and is one of the team's top on-court leaders.
Men's Honor Roll: Kevin Roberts, Men's Track and Field.
Sydney Cox (Fr.), Equestrian: The freshman Forensic Psychology and Homeland Security major had a strong month, earning Reserve High Point rider at Stonegate. She finished first in Novice Over Fences and second in Novice on the Flat, taking the High Point award after a tiebreaker decision.
Jenna Huffman (So.), Volleyball: The sophomore Communications major helped lead the volleyball team to the GLIAC tournament as well as earning First Team All GLIAC selection after another standout season. She is also active with Bible Studies, Mission Trips, and working with her church nursery.
Mason Butler (Sr.), Football: The senior Exercise Science major finished a four-year career at center for the football team, helping to lead the team to third in rushing offense while not allowing a sack. He is active in SAAC and helps with the admissions office and the training room while also assisting at elementary schools and with other volunteer efforts.
Kasey Adelsperger (Sr.), Volleyball: The senior Criminal Justice major had a strong month, helping lead the Lady Dragons to the GLIAC Tournament for the first time since 2010. They have currently won five in a row, 7 of their last 8, and upset 21st-ranked Wheeling Jesuit on the road. Kasey, who also works in the athletic office, hails from Sycamore, Ohio.
Women's Honor Roll: Alexis Williams, Equestrian; Jordan Grzegorczyk, Women's Cross Country; Sarah Herb, Women's Golf; Samantha Ortenzi, Women's Soccer; Emily Sim, Women's Tennis.
Trenton Yoder (Sr.), Men's Cross Country: The senior Business Administration major placed in the Top 50 at the GLIAC Championships running out of the fourth spot. He also finished in the top five in every race for the Dragons this season. He works at Rural King and has worked a number of volunteer functions for the team this season. He hails from Allensville, Pennsylvania.
Men's Honor Roll: Daijohn Isbell, Football; Logan Price, Men's Golf; Travis Simat, Men's Soccer.
Adrianna Currie (Sr.), Women's Soccer: The senior Criminal Justice major had a strong month, scoring 4 goals and 3 assists for 11 points for the month. She scored an overtime game winning goal and was GLIAC Honorable Mention Player of the Week twice. She hails from Bramton, Ontario, Canada.
Women's Honor Roll: Alyse Dietz, Women's Cross Country; Sarah Herb, Women's Golf; Jenna Huffman, Volleyball.
Jordan Bollenbacher (Sr.), Men's Golf: The senior Marketing major had a Top 20 finish at the Saginaw Valley State invite while also putting in solid play at Findlay and at the Kyle Ryman Memorial. He is an intern for the Columbus Clippers AAA Baseball Club while also staying active with the Business Club and Sports Management Club. He is also involved with the junior golf program, intramural officiating, and involved with fundraisers to provide toys for area children over the holidays. He is from Rockford, Ohio.
Men's Honor Roll: Mason Butler, Football; Brandon O'Linn, Men's Cross Country; Cary Wilson, Men's Soccer.