CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. - Senior Chantelle Grey, of the Austin Peay State University track and field team, has been named the Copies in a Flash APSU Athlete of the Week.
Grey was the top finisher in the 800m run at Saturday’s Vanderbilt Black and Gold Invitational, with her 2:09.03 mark besting the field by more than a second and a half. That run places her atop the conference standings, sixth in the NCAA’s East Region and 10th in the nation.
Grey also ran a leg of the Lady Govs 4x400m relay team, which was runner-up with a 3:52.26 run.
Tuesday, the Missoula, Mont., native was named Ohio Valley Conference Female Track Athlete of the Week, her second weekly honor in 2013.
The Copies in a Flash APSU Athlete of the Week is selected by the APSU Sports Information staff each Tuesday during the academic year. Copies in a Flash, of Clarksville, sponsors the award.
Other notable performances by Austin Peay athletes included:
- Senior pitcher Casey Delgado, of the baseball team, won Game Two against Jacksonville State, striking out a career-high nine and scattering six hits and one run for the victory.
- Sophomore Dimitar Ristovski, of the men’s tennis team, won his 10th consecutive match, Sunday, at Eastern Illinois, a 6-3, 6-0 victory against Robert Skolik at No. 3 singles.
- Senior pitcher Morgan Brewer, of the softball team, tossed a complete-game for the win against Jacksonville State, scattering seven hits and stranding eight runners on base.
- Junior Andra Cornea, of the women’s tennis team, won two hard-fought matches at No. 3 singles last week. Her first, a 6-4, 2-6, 10-2 victory over Northern Iowa’s Chelsea Moore, helped the Lady Govs earn a victory against the Panthers. Cornea’s 2-6, 6-4, 6-1 win against SIU Edwardsville’s Sierra Halverson was her third in a row.
- Junior Marco Iten and redshirt freshman Korey Smith, of the men’s golf team, earned OVC Co-Player of the Week honors after each tied for third at the Carter Plantation Intercollegiate, last week. Iten rebounded from a opening-round 76 to shoot 68-69 and card a three-under par 213, while Smith took a more consistent path (70-71-72) to reach 213.