May 2nd Athletes of the Week

Male Athletes of the Week

Henry Delgado

Sport:  Baseball

College:  Genesee Community College

Hometown:  Camuy, Puerto Rico

Henry went on a tear last week for the GCC baseball team, picking up 15 hits and batting .536 in four doubleheaders for the Cougars. Delgado began the week by hitting for the cycle against Corning CC, going 4-4 with four runs scored an four RBI's. In all, Henry hit three home runs last week, scored 13 runs and drove in 11. He put together five multi-hit games and helped GCC to a 7-1 week.


Brandon Hubbard

Sport:  Baseball

College:  Herkimer College

Hometown:  Rockville, MD

Brandon helped the Generals to a 5-1 record last week helping to lead the Herkimer offensive attack.  In the six games he hit .650 with 8 doubles, 1 homerun, 12 runs batted in and 8 runs scored.



Ken Ruggiero

Sport:  Baseball

College:  Erie Community College

Hometown:  Kenmore, NY

Ruggiero led the Kats to a 9-game win streak by being first in hits during the streak with 14, co-leading the team in RBI with 10 and finishing second on the team with 8 runs during the streak that improved the Kats' region record to 14-10.


Female Athletes of the Week


Jenna Theilen

Sport:  Softball

College:  Finger Lakes Community College

Hometown:  Arkport, NY

Theilen helped lead the Lakers to a 6-2 record this week bringing her hitting streak to 11 games.  Her week started as she collect four hits and four RBI is a double header split with Tompkins Cortland.  In a sweep of SUNY Broome she was 4 for 5 at the plate with 4 runs scored and 5 RBI.  On Sunday she finished the week collecting 9 RBI against Jefferson CC collecting 5 hits on the day.





Mackenzie Weber

Sport:  Softball

College:  Genesee Community College

Hometown:  Wayland, NY

Mackenzie hit .571 last week and helped the GCC softball team to four wins, including a split with nationally ranked Corning CC. Weber finished the week with five home runs, four doubles, 16 runs batted in and 12 runs scored. She collected 16 hits in 28 at bats and tallied five multi-hit games.