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Andrea Weininger

2014 WSHF inductee



A 1989 graduate of Mohawk High School, Weininger earned four letters each in volleyball, basketball and softball and went on to become a member of Muskingum College’s Hall of Fame in 2010 after playing basketball and softball there.

Weininger earned All-Ohio first-team honors as a senior and honorable mention as a junior in softball. She was on the All-Northwest District and All-North Central Conference first teams three times each and struck out once in four years with the Warriors. She was the team MVP as a senior.

In basketball, Weininger was an All-Ohio honorable mention selection her junior and senior years and was team MVP both seasons. She scored a school record 1,342 career points and set a record for points in a game with 42. She was first-team All-NCC and All-District 6 as a junior and senior and twice was second-team All-Northwest District.

As a volleyball player for the Warriors, Weininger was team MVP her final two seasons, during which she was named a first-team All-NCC pick. She earned second-team All-District 6 as a senior.

A 1993 graduate of Muskingum, Weininger won the Barbara Steiner Award for the school’s top female athlete and the Clyde Lamb Award for the top athletic and academic performer in the Ohio Athletic Conference.

She excelled most in softball, earning All-OAC first-team honors in 1991 and 1993 with second-team honors in 1992. Weininger was a first-team central region pick in 1992 and 1993 and a first-team All-Academic OAC pick. The Muskies won the OAC championship in 1990, 1992 and 1993 and were NCAA regional champs and World Series participants in 1992. Muskingum finished as regional runner-up in 1993.

Weininger lettered four times in basketball and was a team captain and first-team All-Academic OAC performer as a senior while also earning All-OAC honorable mention. The Muskies were the 1990-91 NCAA national runner-up, league runners-up and NCAA sectional qualifiers in 1991-92 and OAC champs and NCAA regional qualifiers in 1992-93.