After her record-tying 19th goal this season, Westminster's Paige Townsend was named the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Women's Soccer Offensive Player of the Week.
Ashley Kistaitis earned her first St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week award after Westminster's 4-1 week.
Gracie Koonce led the team in goals and points last week after two conference wins.
Barone tallied a hat trick in a must-win game over Iowa Wesleyan Saturday.
Ashley Kistaitis helped her team to a 3-1 week, including a win over top-ranked Webster.
White scored four touchdowns in the team's win against Crown.
Tanner Branneky went 8-13 in the four Blue Jays wins on the week, including two home runs and four RBI.
Jessie Kuykendall won her first SLIAC Women's Track Athlete of the Week award after taking home another win in the 3000 meters Sunday at the Dewey Allgood Invite, hosted by Missouri S&T.
Sam Huesgen was named the SLIAC Baseball Pitcher of the Week after his complete game shutout against conference opponent Greenville last Saturday.
Aubrie Vaughn earned the title of SLIAC Hitter of the Week with a two-home run and nine RBI week in conference play.
Alyson Hahn earned two wins in the double-header sweep of Wisconsin-Platteville.
Blake Strebler earned the SLIAC/Diamond Sports Hitter of the Week after his offensive explosion in the team's double-header sweep of Robert Morris-Springfield.
Mirrakohl Johnson led the team in scoring with 17 points against Webster.
Sean scored a game-high 42 points, adding 20 rebounds in the team's game against Greenville.
Jimmy Villalobos averaged 14.0 points in helping the Blue Jays to two conference wins over MacMurray and Blackburn.
Andrea Zalis earned her second SLIAC Player of the Week award of the season with her performance during the week of Jan. 1 - 7.
Villalobos tallied a double-double with 23 points and 10 rebounds to help Westminster to an overtime win over Webster.
Savannah Hanning scored a team-high and career-high 19 points in the team's conference loss to Webster.
Villalobos scored a career-high 36 points in the team's one-point loss to Nebraska Wesleyan.
Zalis tallied 40 points in three games last week, including her 1,000th career point.
Jessie Kuykendall won the women's cross country program's first-ever SLIAC individual title Saturday at the conference championship.
Drake Trease was named the SLIAC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance during the week of Oct. 23- Oct. 29.
Amy Greene won the SLIAC Defensive Player of the Week for Westminster women's soccer.
Bret Robertson earned the UMAC Defensive Player of the Week award after the 48-0 shutout victory over Martin Luther.
Hausman anchored the Blue Jays defense which recorded two shutout wins over conference opponents and limited their foes to just three combined shots on goal in the two games.
Collins guided the Blue Jays to a pair of conference wins last week. Collins set up the only goal in his team's 1-0 win over Webster, feeding Drake Trease with just seven minutes left on the clock.
Kiso put on a strong display at the net during the week with 24 blocks, 1.41 per set.
Reeg was an integral part of an offensive that overcame top-ranked opponents Greenville and Webster Saturday.