Athletes of the Week: Amina Avril ’14 and Chris Chorzepa ’17

Amina Avril '14
Amina Avril ’14

Amina Avril ’14
Women’s track
Decatur, Ga.

Amina is a very driven and passionate person. She has been very consistent all season long

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and has been dedicated to working hard in the ring and the weight room. It all came together with a huge throw at NCAAs. Amina is a tremendous leader on the team. Everyone is proud of her. – Head Coach Nate Hoey

Avril claimed her seventh All-American performance last weekend, winning the NCAA Div. III National Championship in the weight throw. She was seeded second coming into the meet and with her best throw, 20.01 meters, broke her own school record by 1.50 meters. It was the highest place at any national meet that Avril has had at her four years at the College. Avril won the Div. III New England Championships earlier this year with a throw of 18.12 meters.

 

Chris Chorzepa '17
Chris Chorzepa ’17

Chris Chorzepa ’17
Wrestling
Newington, Conn.

Chris has had a tremendous year. He started by dealing with the adversity of an injury but stayed positive and diligent in his rehab. Nobody but Chris expected a performance like the one he turned in last weekend in Iowa. I am so proud of Chris not only for what he has accomplished, but how far he has come. – Head Coach Scott Honecker

Chorzepa stormed into the NCAA Div. III Wrestling Championship last weekend and upset top-ranked competitors to capture third place nationally. Chorzepa is the second first-year wrestler ever at the College to earn All-American honors and had the highest finish ever for a freshman at Nationals with third. Chorpeza was down 10-7 with under a minute left in his third-place match. However, he pulled off a miraculous comeback and defeated his opponent 11-10. He finished the season with a 19-5 record.