Academic All-OAC selection
tabbed honorable mention
8 , 2006
Wilmington College senior forward Eric Stirling was
the lone unanimous selection to the Academic All-Ohio Athletic
Conference squad. Joining Stirling on the All-OAC team was
WC sophomore point guard Zach Broermann, who was Academic
All-OAC Honorable Mention.
is great for Eric and our program," WC head coach Scott Reule
said. "Eric is what you look for in a true student-athlete,
as far as his ability to achieve both on the basketball court
and in the classroom. He really exemplifies the student-athlete,
the well-rounded individual that Division III athletics is
all about. He has goals with his education as he does with
basketball, and he is committed to reaching those goals. He
works hard in both areas.
a sophomore, Zach has put himself in company with some very
We're going to see great things from Zach in his future years
at Wilmington College and beyond. He does the things he needs
to do that will give him an opportunity to receive awards
(Brooklyn, N.Y./LaSalle Academy) is a criminal justice major
and carries a 3.5 grade-point-average. His career plan is
to become a parole officer within the juvenile probation field.
On the basketball court, he was All-OAC Second Team and led
WC to its first 20-win season in team history. He was among
OAC leaders in nearly every statistical category.
(Brookville, Ind./Franklin County) is an athletic training
major and maintains a 3.51 GPA. He plans on either becoming
a physical therapist or attending chiropractic school. He
was among the OAC's leaders in free throw percentage this
season and scored career-high 28 points to lead WC past Capital
in the OAC Tournament quarterfinals Wilmington's first-ever
OAC tourney win.