Dani Szczepanski has been a part of MND’s three consecutive state titles from 2013-2015. Recently, with teammates Sydney Mukes (LSU recruit) she was named an All-American by PrepVolleyball.com. She recorded 13 kills in their latest state championship over Dublin Coffman and will slam the ball over the net in college at Chattanooga.
Watching nearby was Mike Szczepanski.
Caupain, who was named first team All-American Athletic Conference by the league coaches on March 8, finished a standout sophomore campaign ranked among the conference leaders in assist-to-turnover ratio (second at 2.7), assists (third at 4.8), minutes played (seventh at 33.5), free throw percentage (eighth at .788) and scoring (13th at 13.0).
Clark completed the season ranked among The American’s leaders in six categories: offensive rebounds (second at 3.4), rebounds (third at 8.8), blocks (sixth at 1.5), steals (tied for sixth at 1.2), field-goal percentage (eighth at .519) and scoring (29th at 10.4). Nationally, Clark ranked 28th in offensive rebounds per game (3.42).
OTHER UC STUFF
- Athletics Sponsoring Experience UC Day on Saturday, April 2
- McVey Earns Third Honor Roll Recognition
- Bearcats Sweep Podium at Spring Classic
Some critics will say this doesn’t mean anything, because UConn will still win the tournament. Under that logic, there is no reason to get very excited about anything in either the men’s or women’s NCAA tournaments until the championship games. A 15 beats a 2? Who cares, if the 15-seed doesn’t go on to win the title?
He also noted that Sunday wasn’t the first time he’s put his hands on his knees between pitches. He said he’s done it in regular-season games, but apparently nobody has noticed. He wouldn’t elaborate on his reasoning.
“I’m not being coy, I’d just rather not get into it,” Votto said. “Nothing good can come out of it for me.”
RANDOMNESS FROM ACROSS THE NET