Smith ends career atop rankings Wrestler Shane Smith completed his Millersville career in 2012 with 89 career victories, which ranks 10th all-time. Wrestling the majority of his career at 174 pounds, Smith set the school record for pins with 53. He was also a two-time NCAA Championships qualifier and the 2010 PSAC runner-up.
McBride wins PSAC James McBride became the first male Marauder to win an individual event at the PSAC Indoor Championships since 2004 when he raced to a first-place finish in the 5,000-meter run on Feb. 25. McBrideâ€™s time of 14:45.66 was five seconds faster than the runner-up. He also placed third in the 3,000-meter run to become the first athlete since Dan Ober in 2004 to be All-PSAC in two events at the same championships.
Obade becomes center of attention Junior center Elijah Obade had one of the top seasons in recent Millersville history by averaging 9.8 rebounds and 2.2 blocked shots per game. Obade led all of the PSAC in rebounding and blocks. He was the first Marauder to lead the league in blocks since 1996, and his rebounding average was the best by a Marauder since 1988.
20â€ƒ Sports Spring 2012
All-American Anderson enters rare company Elicia Anderson qualified in the 5,000-meter run for the NCAA Indoor Championships for the second year in a row. Anderson, now a four-time NCAA championship qualifier in three sports, was also All-PSAC in both the 5,000- and 3,000-meter runs at the 2012 PSAC Indoor championships. She placed second in the 5,000 and third in the 3,000. At the NCAA championships, Anderson placed sixth to become just the second runner in school history to be an All-American in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track.
Field Hockey rookie of the year Not only was Rachel Dickinson selected as the top freshman in the PSAC East, she was recognized as the best freshman in Division II during the field hockey season. WomensFieldHockey.com named Dickinson as the Rookie of the Year following a season in which she scored four goals and played outstanding defense.
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