12. Doug Ogilvie named Summit League Diver of the Year
During his first year as a Leatherneck, Doug Ogilvie broke the Western Illinois 3-meter diving record and was second all-time in the 1-meter dive. He won the 3- and 1-meter diving title at the Summit League championships in February. A three-time Summit League "Athlete of the Week', Ogilvie qualified for the NCAA Zones in both events.
11. Jamie Goss tied the Western Illinois career RBI record
First Team All-Summit League performer Jamie Goss tied the Western Illinois career RBI record when she recorded #153 in an April 28 game at South Dakota. Goss ended her Leatherneck career second all-time in hits (220), third in home runs (20) and eighth in doubles and slugging percentage. She played in 204 career games (10th all-time) and was a three-time All-Summit League selection.
10. Ceola Clark III makes history with his second Summit League Defensive Player of the Year award
Senior guard Ceola Clark III made Summit League history when he was chosen 'Defensive Player of the Year' for the second time in his career. He became the only player in league history to receive the award on multiple occasions.
The prestigious honor capped off his comeback season after missing the majority of the 2010-11 season. Clark, recently awarded a sixth year of eligibility by the NCAA, also became the 19th player in Leatherneck history to record 1,000 points (1,098). He also broke the program's all-time record for steals (186) and was tabbed