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ITHACA, New York – As the Liberty League announced Monday afternoon, the conference office recognized 19 student-athletes in eight different sports, including three Ithaca College Bombers.
For Ithaca College, Liberty League Artists of the Week for December 5 included: sonia mlakar who was named swimming and diving female swimmer of the week, queen pawcio who was honored as the diver of the week in the women’s swimming and diving program and sara alton from the women’s track program won the award for indoor field artist of the week.
Women’s Swimming and Diving: Swimmer of the Week: sonia mlakar
First year sonia mlakar had an impressive encounter in the 11the Bombers Annual Invitation. She won the record-breaking 200-yard backstroke by defeating Vassar’s Bella Rippon. Mlakar not only achieved the best time of the season, but she broke the program record with a time of 2:01.40. In the back of 100 yards, sonia mlakar he beat out the competition by putting together a school record, which was 56.31. She surpassed Grace Ayer, who swam 56.37 in 2017.
Women’s Swimming & Diving – Diver of the Week: queen pawcio
queen pawcio he took home first place in the 1 meter and 3 meter boards putting together a pair of exceptional performances that easily surpassed NCAA Division III regional ranking standards. Pawcio totaled 511.40 as he escaped the competition in the 3 meter dash. She followed that up on the 1 meter board as she was head to head with Pawcio taking home first with a score of 477.70, just barely beating Alexa Rizzo of Nazareth who finished with 477.35.
Women’s Track & Field – Field Performer of the Week: sara alton
sara alton he placed third in the pole vault with a clearance of 12 feet at the Greg Page Relays at Cornell on Saturday.
Luka Radovich he averaged 22.0 points and 7.0 rebounds in a 2-1 week for Ithaca. Radovich was 28-for-50 (56%) from the field and 7-for-18 (38.9%) from 3-point range. He started the week with 20 points against Susquehanna and then had 24 with seven rebounds against Vassar. His week ended with a double-double against Bard with 22 points and 10 rebounds.
james colishaw he showed his speed by taking home first in the 50-yard freestyle, the 100-yard freestyle, and the 100-yard backstroke. He won the 100-yard backstroke over teammate Matt Johnston with a season best time of 50.47. He took home first place in the 50-yard freestyle with a time of 20.83, which was the fifth-fastest in program history. Collishaw swam a blistering time of 45.35 to claim first place in the 100-yard freestyle.
jessica goode she was the best deputy runner, second overall, in the 3000-meter dash and completed the race in a time of 10:41.27, which was over 30 seconds faster than the next closest runner in the Greg Page Relays.
Alex Whatley placed fifth and third among adjoining runners, in the 4:38.55 mile in the Greg Page Relays. Whatley also ran one leg in the 4×400 meter relay finishing in fourth place with a time of 3:30.81, which was the fastest time of any Division III team competing in the race.
Justin Showstead he placed third in the shot put with a height of 14.78 meters at the Greg Page Relays on Saturday.