Your Alabama Pro Athlete of the Week is Davis Riley. Riley finished T-4th at the Charles Schwab Challenge for his 4th Top 5 finish of the season and 5th straight Top 15 finish. Riley broke into the OWGR Top 100 for the first time as a result.
Others of note:
Annika Zeyen won 2 gold medals in individual events at the Paracycling European Championships in Austria. She added a bronze in the team relay event.
Michael AuPrince was the leading scorer for Australia in its IWBF Asia Oceania Zone Men’s Championship win.
Georgia Inglis won a gold medal for Australia in the IWBF Asia Oceania Zone Men’s Championship.
Levi Randolph had 18 points, 7 rebounds, and 5 assists in Oostende’s Game 3 win in the Belgian championship series. Oostende would win the title in Game 4.
Davis Shore qualified for the US Open at the Dallas sectional qualifier.
Charlie Nikitas launched his professional career with a T-2nd finish in a mini-tour event in Illinois.
Emma Talley won her round robin and advanced to the knockout phase at the LPGA Match Play event.
Erin Routliffe reached the third round of doubles play at the French Open.
Dylan Smith had a 6 inning, 0 run, 1 hit, 1 walk, 7 strikeout start for West Michigan. The innings pitched and strikeouts were career highs.
Cobie Fletcher-Vance reached base safely in his last five games.
Bo Scarbrough rushed for 100 yards for Birmingham in its win.
Filippa Fotopoulou won the Women’s Long Jump at a meet in Greece with a personal best jump of 6.79 meters.
Olivia Fotopoulou won the Women’s 100 Meter at a meet in Germany, and later in the week posted a personal best 11.37 seconds at a meet in Greece.
Kimberley Ficenec won the Women’s 800 Meter at a meet in Austria.
Remona Burchell finished 2nd in the Women’s 200 Meter at a meet in Jamaica.
Kirani James finished 2nd in the Men’s 400 Meter at the Prefontaine Classic.
Jereem Richards posted a career-best 44.79 seconds in the Men’s 400 Meter at the Prefontaine Classic.