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Four athletes honored by Liberty League

Contact Jim Taylor 315-859-4685
Posted December 7, 2009
Tags Women's Basketball Women's Indoor Track and Field

Four Hamilton College athletes were honored by the Liberty League on Dec. 7 when the league selected its weekly award winners.

Madie Harlem '13 (Oneonta, N.Y./Oneonta HS) was named women's basketball rookie of the week for the second straight week. In women's indoor track and field, Liz Wahl '10 (Pocatello, Idaho/Century HS) earned track performer of the week honors, Agne Jakubauskaite '13 (Panevezys, Lithuania) was the field performer of the week pick, and Muriel Schwinn '13 (Auburn, Maine/Edward Little HS) was selected rookie of the week.

Harlem averaged 16.7 points, 5.3 rebounds, 3.7 assists and 2.3 steals in three Hamilton wins last week. She scored a season-high 29 points and tied a team record with seven made three-pointers in a 75-49 win against Lehman College at Salisbury University's Optimist Classic on Dec. 5. She ranks seventh in the league with 12.7 points per game, is tied for seventh with 3.17 assists per game, third with 3.17 steals per game and leads the league with a three-point field goal percentage of .500.

Wahl broke her own program record in the 300-meter dash with a time of 44.34 seconds. She finished fifth among Division III runners at a multi-divisional, non-team scoring meet held at Cornell University on Dec. 5. Her previous record time was 44.65 seconds.

Jakubauskaite took ninth place overall and fourth for Division III athletes in the high jump at 5-feet-1. She also came in 20th place in the long jump at 15-feet-10¼.

Schwinn set a team record in the 60-meter dash with a time of 8.25 seconds. She also took sixth place in the long jump at 16-feet-10. She topped all other Division III athletes in the event and was one centimeter from qualifying for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Division III championships.

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