Saturday’s games against Greenville moved the Gorloks men’s and women’s basketball teams one step closer to postseason play. It also gave the seven seniors a chance to be honored for all they have accomplished as Gorloks.
By Jeremy Clements
(Webster Goves, Mo. February 21, 2011) Prior to the start of each of the games of Saturday’s double header each of the seniors were given special recognition.
Molly Zehner transferred here from Meremac Community College two years ago and helped the Gorloks qualify for postseason play in both of her seasons. Zehner shot just under 36% for her career, scoring 124 points in 44 games. She scored a career high 12 points against Greenville College earlier this year. She also grabbed 127 rebounds in the 44 games she appeared in.
Katy Meyer was a four year player for the Gorloks. In her time as Gorlok she became the cornerstone of the team. She became the 5th player in school history to score more than 1,000 points. Meyer appeared in 97 games for the Gorloks averaging 11.3 points per game. Meyer currently ranks in the top 5 for several statistical categories. She ranks third all-time with 1,117 points scored. She is fourth all-time in rebounds after grabbing 616 during her career. She ranks first all-time in three-point shots made with 176 and she has the most blocks in women’s team history with 55. Meyer was a 2-time St. Louis Intercollegiate Conference Player of the Week.
Men’s Team Honors Five
Brad Cookson was a four year player for the Gorloks who appeared in 30 games. He scored a career high 10 points in a win over Principia College last season.
Nick Jones was also a four year varsity player who has appeared in 70 games. Over his career he has averaged 9.6 points per game, scoring 673 points in his career. Jones was a member of the Cavallo Classic All-Tournament team.
Robbie Meeh is a four year varsity player who appeared in 85 games. He averaged a career high 6.5 points per game in 2009-2010 and has scored 389 points in his career. He is also a four year standout for Webster’s golf team.
Drew Moore transferred to Webster from Meramac Community College two years ago. Moore has averaged 11.9 points per game in his career.
Scott Restoff is a four year varsity player who has appeared in 79 games. He has averaged 6.5 points per game while scoring 510 points in his career.