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Sophomore James Oshkeshequoam and freshman David Galarno have been named the college's Muskies of the Week for their performances in action last week. Read about their success below. Muskies of the Week will take a two-week holiday break after this week and will return on Jan. 2, 2012.
Freshman David Galarno had a breakout performance at the 48th Annual North Central College Invite on Dec. 10.
Galarno, who wrestles at the 174-pound weight class, won sevenstraight matches to place third. After losing his first match to the No. 1 seed, Trevor Tyler of Olivet, Galarno went on to record six-straight pin falls and a 7-5 decision over No. 4 seed Drew Songer of Wabash College in the final match.
His six pins are believed to be the most in a single day in the program's history. The New Holstein, Wis., native has put together an 8-5 record.
See what Galarno says about his performance on Saturday:
Galarno is an exercise science major.
Here's a look into David's personality: http://youtu.be/z223XgPyIT8
TV: "Family guy"
Movie: "Gangsters Paradise"
Music: Hip-hop/ Rap
Q. What style of wrestling do you prefer, Greco-Roman or Freestyle?
Q: What has been your most memorable match this season?
A: The third place match at the North Central Invite.
Q: What's the hardest part about making weight each week?
A: Nothing, I don't have to cut weight.
Q: What is your favorite holiday tradition?
A: Eating food.
Sophomore James Oshkeshequoam used a career day to help lead the men's basketball team to a convincing 94-72 win over Concordia University Chicago on Dec. 10.
Oshkeshequoam scored a career-high 25 points on 8-for-11 shooting and sank five 3-pointers to lead the Muskies. He sparked the team's takeover when he hit a 3-pointer at the 18:21 mark and ended the game a perfect 4-for-4 from the free throw line.
The Keshena, Wis., native also recorded two assists, two rebounds and a steal. He is averaging 11.2 points per game and 2.2 rebounds per game.
The 6-foot-3 guard has started in all six games for the Muskies and has played an integral role in the team's quick start.
Oshkeshequoam is an exercise science major.
See what Oshkeshequoam says about his performance: http://youtu.be/9hhBo3vHmos
Here's a look into James' personality:
TV: "Sponge Bob"
Movie: "Space Jam"
Q. What's the strongest part of your game?
Q: What's your go-to shot in H-O-R-S-E?
A: Left-handed from the corner.
Q: What has been your favorite basketball memory?
A: Winning the gold medal at the 2011 Indigenous games.
Q: Who would win in a 3-point shootout you or Lakeland assistant coach Marcus Conigliaro?
A: Me, because I'm more of a pure shooter.