Seven Saints Earn Liberty League Weekly Honors
Feb. 7: Seven St. Lawrence University student-athletes were honored by the Liberty League Monday afternoon for their performances during the last week.
Senior co-captain Ralph Temgoua earned "Performer of the Week" as he led the men's basketball team to wins over Clarkson, Hobart and RIT during the week. The Paris, France native averaged 18.3 points and 7.3 rebounds, while adding 12 assists and two blocks. He had a game-high 19 points in a 65-62 upset of Hobart.
On the women's side, senior co-captain Casey Capello earned "Performer of the Week" as she led the Saints to wins over Clarkson, William Smith and RIT en route to a regular season crown. The Hanover, MA native averaged 12.7 points and 3.7 rebounds, and also added eight steals and six assists and was 11-of-12 from the free throw line. She put up 19 points against in the Saints 78-60 victory over William Smith.
Senior Chasity Barcomb earned "Diver of the Week" as she led the women's swimming and diving team to a 147-78 win over Utica on "Senior Day". The Plattsburgh, NY native was a double-winner, earning victories in the 1-meter (175.70) and 3-meter dives (219.85).
The men's and women's indoor track and field teams competed at the Hamilton Invitational on Saturday. Senior Jarell Roberts earned "Track Performer of the Week" as he won the 200 in 22.94, was third in the 60 at 7.13 and anchored the winning 4x200 relay (1:31.86), which is currently first on the ECAC list.
On the women's side, sophomore Hannah Kinsey earned "Track Performer of the Week" as she won the 200 in 26.85, an ECAC mark, anchored the winning 4x200 relay (1:50.35) for another ECAC mark, and was also third in the 60.
First-year student Eliza Bell earned "Co-Field Performer of the Week" as she improved her own school record in the high jump with a winning mark of 1.65 meters. The Clinton, NY native's jump was an ECAC qualifying mark and currently ranks 12th in the NCAA.
Rounding out the weekly awards was first-year student Megan Hulton earned "Rookie of the Week". The Aurora, NY native finished second in the 800 at the Hamilton Invitational, running 2:27.83.