SCIAC Athletes of the Week: November 13, 2017

SCIAC Athletes of the Week: November 13, 2017
SCIAC Fall Weekly Release #10
Football Athlete of the Week
Nathan Hierlihy
Redlands
Junior/Senior • Placekicker • Redondo Beach, California

 

Hierlihy of Redlands led the Bulldogs to a 21-17 victory over Cal Lutheran in the season finale by converting 5-of-6 field goal attempts. Hierlihy’s 83% efficiency was highlighted by a 50-yard kick as the junior accounted for 15 of his team’s 21 points in the winning effort. Hierlihy was also effective in the punting game as he provided for punts for an averag of 45.3 yards with a long of 55 yards. He also booted seven kickoffs with five resulting in a touchback. 

Men's Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week
Henry Limm
CMS
Sophomore • Multiple • Mukilteo, Washington

 

Limm of CMS captured a pair of individual wins in the Stags’ double-dual meet agianst Whittier and La Verne. The sophomore Mukilteo, Wash. native won the 200-yard butterfly with a time of 1:53.49, and powered to a top time of 4:45.61 in the 500-yard freestyle. He also swam a leg in the 200-yard medley relay as his team posted a second place mark of 1:36.77 to finish just .02 behind another CMS relay squad in the event. 

Women's Swimming & Diving Athlete of the Week
Kellyn Toole
Chapman
Junior • Diver • Centennial, Colorado

 

Toole was impressive on the diving board for Chapman as she swept both the 3-meter and 1-meter dives against Cal Lutheran. The junior from Centennial, Colo. posted an NCAA Regional qualifying mark of 285.35 on the 3-meter board, and follwoed that with a score of 250.65 on the 1-meter board. 

Men's Water Polo Athlete of the Week
Hans Zdolsek
Whittier
First-Year • Attacker • Linkoping, Sweden

 

Zdolsek of Whittier paced the Poets to a 2-0 week and the second seed in the 2017 SCIAC Tournament. The Linkoping, Sweden native notched eight goals, an assist and seven steals during the stretch, including five goals in a 12-9 win over Chapman. He added three more wins in an 11-10 overtime win against Cal Lutheran, with two of his scores against the Kingsmen coming in the extra stanza.