By David Fong
Regional Sports Content Manager
WILMINGTON — Danielle Monnier closed out her record-setting career with the Wilmington College softball team by being named Ohio Athletic Conference Pitcher of the Week.
Monnier, a Houston High School graduate, ended her career by winning both games of a doubleheader against Mount Union. By winning both games, she set a new school record for victories in a season with 13.
In a combined 14 innings against Mount Union, Monnier allowed just one unearned run on 10 hits, while recording 12 strikeouts.
“It was a phenomenal pitching performance, and it was amazing to watch,” said Wilmington head coach Beth Floyd.
Monnier leaves Wilmington as the career leader in wins and strikeouts, while holding the top three single-season marks in strikeouts and the top two seasonal performances in wins. She also has the single-season record with the 1.45 ERA she posted last season.
• Juli Accurso
ATHENS — Accurso, a Miami East High School graduate and a senior on the Ohio University women’s track and field team, was named the Mid-American Conference Women’s Scholar-Athlete of the Week.
Accurso has received the award three times this academic year, having also received the award twice during cross country season.
She made her debut in the 10,000-meter run this season at the Hillsdale College “Gina” Relays, capturing first place in 34:18.12. Her time was the 17th-fastest in the NCAA East Region this year and should qualify her for the NCAA Regional competition later this month. Her time also was the fastest time in the MAC this season by more than 30 seconds.
Accurso is a four-time All-American and Academic All-American.
• Corey Bremigan
ANGOLA, Ind. — Bremigan, a Russia High School graduate, is a member of the Trine University men’s golf team.
Bremigan has participated in several events for Trine this season, shooting a 72 at the A.C. Eddy Invitational, a 78 at the St. Francis Invitational and a 79-73 — 152 at the Spring Arbor Invitational.
Trine finished second overall at the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association national qualifier this spring.