Sports briefs about Pacific student-athletes
Five new school marks were set when Dylan Cramer finished runner-up in the 200-yard backstroke at the Northwest Conference Swimming Championships. Cramer was one of just two swimmers to go under two minutes in the event, finishing second with a time of 1:59.29. The effort well surpassed the previous record of 2:02.77.
Pacific’s leading scorer was selected by conference coaches to the All-Northwest Conference Women’s Basketball Team for the second consecutive year. Erbe was fourth in the NWC in field goal percentage (.500) and offensive rebounds (2.70 per game), and 10th in defensive rebounds (4.26 per game).
As the NCAA Division III Men’s Golf Championships in Hershey, Pa. came to a close, Pacific’s Max Bonk was found to be in the top 20, an improvement of eight places from his finish at the 2008 NCAA Championships when he placed in a tie for 28th place.
Michael Okada is Pacific’s first pick for the All-Northwest Conference Men’s Tennis Team in a decade. For the third straight season, Okada played in the Boxers’ No. 1 singles position, finishing with a 5-12 overall mark and a 4-11 record against NWC opponents.
McNealy was selected as Pacific’s Outstanding Female Senior Athlete for 2009-2010. A hurler from the softball team, she was selected to the All-Northwest Conference Softball Team in May, her fourth consecutive selection for league honors. She finished as one of the top hurlers in the program’s storied history, finishing with 13-7 record and 3.09 earned run average, fourth best in the NWC.