Easton Parker and Molly Worden, seniors, Northeastern State
The two go in together as top players this week as they are going out with a perfect record in the MIAA. Parker (Bixby H.S.) and Worden went 38-0 in their time with the RiverHawks’ tennis team and have helped to push that conference winning streak to now 47 straight matches.
NSU took down Emporia State this week to go 9-0 in the MIAA this year. Parker won in doubles and Worden won in singles and doubles in the match.
Joseph Cerda, junior, Southeastern
Cerda had a solid week, batting .500 (8-for-16) and notching 11 RBIs. But it was his performance in an 18-5 win at Southern Nazarene that garnered more attention. Cerda hit for the cycle against the Crimson Storm on a 5-for-5 day, with two singles, a double, a triple and a home run. He also had seven RBIs and scored twice.