2014-15 rankings: Honorable mentions

By Northern Star staff

Sports’ countdown of the top 10 athletes, top five newcomers and top five stories of the 2014-15 season is under way.

Not every student-athlete or story made the cut, so below are the honorable mentions — in alphabetical order — from each category.

Top 10 athletes: Honorable mentions

Aaric Armstead, men’s basketball sophomore guard

Latesha Bigby, track and field senior sprinter/jumper

Frederic Cadieux, men’s tennis senior

Claudette Day, track and field sophomore multi-events athlete

Derek Elmore, senior wrestler (125)

Lena Gautier, sophomore women’s golfer

Alexis Gonzalez, volleyball senior setter

Meghan Heuer, cross country senior

Paris Logan, football redshirt junior cornerback

Tyler Loos, football redshirt senior left tackle

Jason Meehan, football senior defensive end

Ben Neumann, baseball senior starting pitcher

Jenna Radtke, volleyball junior middle blocker

Cameron Stingily, football redshirt senior tailback

Jordan Wetsch, junior men’s golfer

Top five newcomers: Honorable mentions

Keegan Hayes, softball freshman starting pitcher

Stephen Letz, baseball junior outfielder

Ashley Potts, freshman gymnast

Shelby Seurer, volleyball freshman middle blocker

Renee Sladek, women’s basketball freshman forward

Andie Van Voorhis, freshman gymnast

Jordan Wetsch, junior men’s golfer

Top five stories: Honorable mentions

Pete Rakocevic, men’s basketball redshirt senior center, brings down basketball stanchion in 73-55 win over the Central Michigan Chippewas on Feb. 28 at the Convocation Center.

Women’s basketball pulls off 15-point comeback against the Akron Zips on Feb. 7 at the Convocation Center, winning 62-56. It’s the biggest comeback under fifth-year head coach Kathi Bennett.

Women’s soccer makes the MAC Tournament semifinals — as a No. 7 seed — for the first time since 2007 but loses 1-0 against the Western Michigan Broncos.