Basketball's Prince & Skopal
Selected to AMCC All-Conference Sportsmanship Team
Freshman guard Prince averaged 9.8 points and was the AMCC leader in 3-point field goals made with 64 for the second place Storm women’s team. She started in 14 of 26 games played, hitting at least one 3-pointer in each of the games while also tying the school record for three point shots made in a game with seven as the women recorded their most successful season in program history.
Senior center Skopal, who was a team co-captain, averaged 5.1 points and 3.5 rebounds starting in all 27 contests for the second place Storm men’s team. In his four seasons with
Members of the all-conference sportsmanship team represent the highest level of positive sporting conduct as exemplified in competition, in practice, and when participating as a spectator at other teams' sporting events. The team was developed this year as part of a continuing emphasis on the importance of good sportsmanship and ethical conduct. All varsity team members from the AMCC’s 10-member schools are eligible to be selected with one honoree per school per sport.
Additional student-athletes selected so far this year from Lake Erie College include sophomore volleyball player Erica Muniak (Geneva, Ohio/Geneva), freshman men’s golfer Anthony Nagy (Wickliffe, Ohio/Wickliffe), women’s cross country runner junior Jessica Hedrick (Geneva, Ohio/Geneva), men’s cross country runner freshman Zach Adams (Dellroy, Ohio/Carrollton), women’s soccer player sophomore Emma Hoskins (