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Bridget Kane
A sophomore on the lacrosse team from Binghamton, New York, Bridget had a game-high and school record-tying 11 ground balls in a win over Wittenberg last week. She added two draw controls and a caused turnover in addition to helping lead the defensive efforts with her intensity. Bridget also scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in a 14-11 victory for the Belles.
 
Kelsey Keilman
A senior outfielder on the softball team from South Bend, Indiana, Kelsey posted a .409 batting average with a .552 on-base percentage and a .682 slugging percentage as she was named MIAA Position Player of the Week. She had eight RBI, five runs scored, five walks, and was 3-for-3 in stolen base attempts on the week. Kelsey added a pair of doubles and two triples from the lead-off spot to move into a tie for fifth place all-time in career triples.
 
Mandi Hettinger
A sophomore pitcher on the softball team from Winamac, Indiana, Mandi collected three wins with three complete-game efforts, two shutouts, and a save in the pitching circle. She tallied a 1.93 earned run average on the week over 36.1 innings of work in eight pitching appearances as she was named MIAA Pitcher of the Week. She helped her own cause by scoring the only run in the bottom of the seventh inning in a 1-0 victory over St. Scholastica.
 
Megan Davy
A junior on the tennis team from Morris, Illinois, Megan went 4-2 last week at the number one singles and number one doubles positions on her way to being named MIAA Tennis Athlete of the Week. She dropped just three combined games in straight-set singles wins against Illinois Wesleyan and Franciscan, and she and doubles partner Alyssa Gulli won by a combined 16-3 margin against those same two teams.