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Acro & Tumbling Athletes of the Week – March 1-7, 2021
Awards are given by NCATA and conference offices.

National
Athlete of the Week
Addie Lacewell - Oregon
Addie Lacewell, a senior base from Naperville, Ill., helped Oregon upset top-ranked Baylor University last week to snap the Bears winning streak that dated back to the 2017 season. Lacewell competed in 10 total heats for the Ducks, including a pair that scored a perfect 10 during the meet (acro five-element, open pyramid). Oregon and Lacewell also recorded a trio of 9.95 scores in the compulsory toss, seven-element acro and synchronized pyramid. She also competed in team event and helped Oregon score a 98.16.

Specialist of the Week
Kaylene Iriye - Oregon
Kaylene Iriye, a junior top from Seal Beach, Calif., starred in the acro event as the University of Oregon knocked off top-seeded Baylor last week. She served as a top in both of her acro heats, leading the Ducks to a perfect-10 in the five-element acro and a 9.95 out of 10.0 in the seven-element acro.

Freshman of the Week
Kathryn Koehl - Fairmont State
Kathryn Koehl, a top and tumbler from Hartville, Ohio, made her collegiate debut last week and turned in an impressive performance as both a top and tumbler for the Falcons. In the tumbling event she scored an 8.80 in the duo pass and added a 9.20 out of 9.40 in the aerial pass during her first-ever college meet against West Virginia Wesleyan. She followed up that performance with an 8.40 and 8.90 in the same heats against Glenville State later in the week. She also helped the Falcons to a pair of 9.50 scores in the synchronized pyramid last week. She competed in six total heats and team events during both of Fairmont’s victories last week.



Mountain East Conference


Athlete of the Week
Sydney Schumacher - West Liberty
Schumacher, a junior base from Elkins, W.Va., helped the Hilltoppers to a MEC win over Davis & Elkins last week. She contributed to three scores over 9.90 in the win over the Senators. Her efforts also helped set program records in compulsory acro (9.2), 7-element acro (9.85), inversion pyramid (9.95) and sync pyramid (9.85). She was the base for all of 7-element and the mid in the inversion pyramid.