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2019-20 Men's Indoor Track & Field Athletes of the Week

Sprints/Hurdles Distance/Middle Distance Field Events
December 9th

Josh Wiggins, Wabash
(Poseyville, IN/North Posey)

Wabash junior Josh Wiggins posted a pair of top-two finishes at the Robert H. Johnson “Tell Me Something Good” Open this past weekend. He began with a first-place finish in the 60-meter hurdles, breaking the tape in 8.59 seconds before posting a second-place finish in the 200-meter dash (22.88). Wiggins’ 60-meter hurdles performace was the quickest among conference athletes this season.

Deven Ramsey, Wittenberg
(Indianapolis, IN/Pike)

Wittenberg freshman Deven Ramsey won the 800-meter run at the Tiger Opener on Friday night. Ramsey posted a time of 1:58.32 which is the fastest time in the confernece so far this season. 

 Cecil Fletcher, Ohio Wesleyan
(South Point, OH/Chesapeake)

Ohio Wesleyan sophomore Cecil Fletcher won a pair of events at Wittenberg’s Tiger Opener on Friday. He took home the top performance in the long jump with a 6.75-meter leap and won the triple jump with a mark of 12.74 meters. Fletcher’s long jump mark was tops in the conference so far this season.

December 16th

Kofi Asare, Oberlin
(Berlin, NJ/Regis)

Oberlin sophomore Kofi Asare had a career-best time of 23.63 in the 200-meter dash at the Tiffin Alumni Open. He finished 12th overall out of 24 entrants and third among Division III athletes.


Kofi Asare, Oberlin 
(Berlin, NJ/Regis) 

Oberlin sophomore Kofi Asare moved among the top 10 in conference long jump marks with a leap of 6.11 meters at the Tiffin Almuni Open. Asare was the second-highest Division III finisher, coming home 12th out of 23 participants. 

January 13th

William McMichael, Wooster
(Evanston, IL/Evanston Township)

Wooster sophomore William McMichael won the 400-meter dash by over two seconds at Friday’s Dan Kinsey Invitational. McMichael crossed at 53.48.


Sam Mader, Oberlin
(Washington, DC/Washington Latin)

Oberlin’s Sam Mader helped lead the Yeomen charge at the Dan Kinsey Invitational with a win in the 800-meter run. The junior completed the trek in 2:02.54 which ranks fourth in the conference so far this season.


 Zac Ntia, Oberlin
(Wooster, OH/Wooster)

Oberlin sophomore Zac Ntia turned in a career-best performance in the weight throw at the Dan Kinsey Invitational, ripping off a winning toss of 51-01.06 (15.58m) to best the field by nearly five feet. The throw was the second-best conference mark so far this season. He also finished sixth in the shot put with a mark of 40-00.50 (12.20m).

January 20th

Josh Wiggins, Wabash
(Poseyville, IN/North Posey)

Wabash’s Josh Wiggins turned in three top-four finishes at Saturday’s Mastodon Invitational at Purdue University Fort Wayne to help the Wabash team finish second overall out of eight teams. He placed second in the 60-meter hurdles by posting a personal-best time of 8.37 in the finals. Wiggins recorded another personal-best effort in the 60-meter dash, finishing the race in 7.08 to earn fourth place. He also ran to a third-place finish in the 200-meter dash with a time of 23.02.


Jon Deem-Loureiro, Wabash
(Indianapolis, IN/North Central)

Wabash freshman Jon Deem-Loureiro placed second out of 25 competitors in the 800-meter run at Saturday’s Mastodon Invitational at Purdue University Fort Wayne. He completed the race in 1:59.18 in his first-ever collegiate indoor meet. The time was the fastest among confernece athletes so far this season.


Noah Parker, Allegheny
(Hermitage, PA/Hickory)

Allegheny junior Noah Parker posted the conference’s top mark so far this season in the men’s shot put at Marietta’s Pioneer Open. Parker posted a 14.45-meter heave, finishing fourth among 45 competitors at the meet.