Three Terriers Named NAC Rookies of the Week

Three Terriers Named NAC Rookies of the Week

WHITINGHAM, VT - Three Terrier athletes were named North Atlantic Conference Rookie of the Week for their performances in last week's action in games from April 27 through May 3.

Michael De Los Santos was named the NAC Baseball Rookie of the Week for the second time this year. De Los Santos put together a tremendous tournament weekend for the Terriers, going 9-for-15 (.600) with six runs scored, three RBI and three walks.

The third baseman's best performance came in the Terriers opening win over Husson, as he went 4-for-4 with five runs scored, one walk and one RBI. De Los Santos was named to the NAC All-Tournament Team as Thomas finished as the runner-up.

For the season, the freshman from Robstown, Texas finished with a .333 batting average, collecting 41 hits in 123 at bats, along with five doubles, one triple, 19 runs scored, 14 RBI's and 13 walks.

Jordan Agger-Barnes was named the NAC Softball Rookie of the Week for the first time this year. Agger-Barnes helped her team post a .500 record in eight games last week. The rookie recorded six hits including one double and one homerun, while scoring five runs and earning two RBI.

The infielder recorded two runs and one double during the NAC Championship Tournament, as the Terriers played in the 2015 title game. For the season, the freshman from Wells, Maine batted .229 (22-for-96) with seven doubles, one home run, 12 runs scored and 13 RBI's.

Samantha Greenlaw was named the NAC Women's Lacrosse Rookie of the Week for the first time this year. Greenlaw scored recorded two big goals to help the No. 2 seeded Terriers earn a semifinal win. Against third-seeded Colby-Sawyer, the rookie scored a goal with 7:32 remaining in the first half to put Thomas up 5-2.

The forward then netted one goal in the second half to put the Terriers up 8-6 in the eventual 9-7 win in the NAC Semifinals. For the season, the freshman from Windham, Maine started all 12 games and recorded 16 goals and three assists for 19 points, while going 6-for-13 from the free position and picking up 11 ground balls.