Two Wildcats Earn MCAC Player of the Week

Two Wildcats Earn MCAC Player of the Week

Spencer Skeesick (Fr.), a placekicker from Moses Lake, WA, has earned the Special Teams Player of the Week honor for his role in a 45-15 Wildcat win on Sunday over rival Dakota College-Bottineau. 

Skeesick didn't miss a kick in the first-round victory, going a perfect 5-for-5 on PAT's, and hitting two field goals on two attempts for NDSCS.  His field goals included a 23 yard effort at the end of the first half, sending his team into the locker room on a score.  On kickoffs, Skeesick hit eight kicks for a total of 465 yards, including two touchbacks on the day.

 

Kingston Myles (So.), a running back from St. Paul, MN and Tartan High School, has earned Offensive Player of the Week for his work in a 45-15 win for NDSCS over DCB on Sunday. 

On just 12 carries, Myles picked up 119 yards rushing against the Jacks defense.  Myles averaged 9.9 yards a carry, with a longest run of 45 yards and one touchdown.

 

 

With the win, NDSCS advances to the MCAC Semi-Finals, where they will take on Central Lakes College in Brainerd, MN this Sunday, November 4 at 1:30 pm.