Calvin College senior Dan Kerr was named the Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association Runner of the Week for the second time this season as helped to lead the Knights to the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Brooks Cross Country Invitational win.
Kerr, a Petoskey grad, placed second overall finishing in 24 minutes, 49 seconds, a half-second behind the first place finisher.
Calvin won the meet with 52 points, six ahead of the No. 1 ranked North Central (Ill.) College.
— Petoskey’s Rachel Gutowski recorded an assist for Wilmington (Ohio) College during a Ohio Athletic Conference loss, 2-1, to Capital (Ohio) University.
Gutowski, a junior playing defense for the Quakers, registered a shot in goal later in the week during a 2-0 OAC win over Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) College.
Gutowski has started in all 14 games for Wilmington and has three goals, two assists on 25 shot this season.
Willmington is 9-5-1 overall, 2-3-0 in league.
– Petoskey graduate Jason Muller scored a goal on two shots for Hope College during a 4-1 win over Alma College in a MIAA match.
Muller, a senior mid-fielder, continues to lead the Flying Dutchman in scoring with nine goals and three assists in 14 games.
Hope is 9-5-0 overall, 6-3-0 in league.
— Charlevoix’s Taylor Smith played in two Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference league soccer games for Northern Michigan Universtiy, both losses to Ashland (Ohio), 3-0, and Ohio Dominican, 2-0.
Smith, a sophomore midfielder, recorded three shots including two on goal for the Wildcats in the two games.
Smith has played in nine games for the Wildcats and scored two goals.
Northern is 3-10 overall, 2-7 in league.
— Kaylee Hewitt, a 2009 Harbor Light graduate, had 36 digs and to kills for Mount Vernon Nazarene (Ohio) University during a Crossroads League volleyball win, 25-21, 16-25, 22-25, 25-17, 19-17, over Marian (Ind.) University.
Hewitt has 427 digs in 101 games played this season for the Cougars.
MVNU is 17-9 overall, 9-5 in league.
— Wyatt Drost, a 2011 Charlevoix graduate, shot 79-73—152 and was tied for 23rd for Saginaw Valley State during the GLIAC Golf Championships.
The Cardinals finished in fourth place finishing with 601, 10 strokes behind first place Tiffin (Ohio).