(AGENPARL) – LEAVENWORTH (KANSAS), mar 15 settembre 2020
(Leavenworth, Kan.)—The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics released the 2019-20 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athlete awards on Tuesday, and a total of 84 University of Saint Mary student-athletes were recognized.
In order to be nominated, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. Students also must appear on the eligibility certificate for the sport and have attended two full years as a non-transfer or one full year as a transfer. The awards are given annually to outstanding student-athletes in the various sports in which the program is active and their respective teams are eligible for NAIA postseason competition.
Thirteen USM teams also received NAIA Scholar-Team awards, including men’s lacrosse, men’s soccer, men’s swimming, men’s cross country, men’s track and field, baseball, women’s cross country, women’s track and field, softball, women’s lacrosse, volleyball, women’s swimming, and women’s soccer. These programs maintained a minimum team GPA of 3.0 throughout the academic year.
USM’s 84 Daktronics NAIA Scholar-Athletes include:
Darion Allen (men’s track and field); Memphis, Tenn.
Erika Alvarado (women’s cross country); Tornillo, Texas
Maddie Barron (softball); Lees Summit, Mo.
Mason Beach (football); Tonganoxie, Kan.
Joshua Benavides (men’s soccer); Dallas, Texas
Skyler Blakley (women’s cross country); Atchison, Kan.
Patrick Boulanger (men’s wrestling); Newberg, Ore.
Johnathan Bowen (men’s cross country); Wakefield, Kan.
Logan Bowen (men’s wrestling); Effingham, Kan.
Dalton Brake (men’s track and field); Rock Port, Mo.
Daniel Bryce (men’s lacrosse); Tulsa, Okla.
Kyle Burge (football); Tonganoxie, Kan.
MaKayla Callaghan (dance); Tonganoxie, Kan.
Aly Camacho (volleyball); Scottsbluff, Neb.
Frank Chacon (football); El Paso, Texas
Jacob Collins (football); Elk, Wash.
Dakota Corle (women’s basketball); Longton, Kan
Tevin Covington (men’s swimming); Gold River, Calif.
Megan Cutting (women’s swimming); McPherson, Kan.
Mara Davis (softball); Peculiar, Mo.
Molly Devine (women’s soccer); Lenexa, Kan.
Allyson Dias (softball); Santa Maria, Calif.
Will Dvorsky (men’s swimming); Overland Park, Kan.
C.J. Erwin (football); Santee, Calif.
Hazel Faz (softball); Manor, Texas
Greg Fiorentino (men’s soccer); Wichita Falls, Texas
Reece Fontana (baseball); Moreno Valley, Calif.
Ellaura Foster (women’s cross country); Lansing, Kan.
Tyler French (men’s lacrosse); Pleasant Hill, Iowa
Jarett Goss (baseball); Harrisonville, Mo.
Peyton Garvin (baseball); Lawrence, Kan.
Elijah Green (men’s cross country); Huntley, Ill.
Alex Guevara-Moya (baseball); Phoenix, Ariz.
Dan Hailey (men’s basketball); Stanberry, Mo.
Jacob Honadel (baseball); Overland Park, Kan.
Maria Howard (softball); Tonganoxie, Kan.
Nathan Jackson (men’s cross country); Cameron, Mo.
Brendan Jamerson (men’s swimming); Lansing, Kan.
Justin Kearney (men’s wrestling); Eugene, Ore.
Emilie Kiehlbauch (volleyball); Crowley, Texas
Brett Koehn (men’s cross country); Montezuma, Kan.
McKenzie Kueker (women’s lacrosse); Litchfield Park, Ariz.
Mark Lewis (baseball); Omaha, Neb.
Anna Loch (women’s swimming); Lansing, Kan.
Cheyenne Logan (women’s swimming); Lansing, Kan.
Amanda Martin (women’s soccer); Tonganoxie, Kan.
Jameson McGinness (men’s track and field); Eudora, Kan.
Megan McMillen (women’s soccer); Cerritos, Calif.
Dennis Mead (men’s soccer); La Palma, Calif.
Shelby Mohler (softball); Santa Maria, Calif.
Gabrielle Moore (cheerleading); Topeka, Kan.
Demetri Munoz (football); Hayward, Calif.
Alexis Myers (volleyball); Piper, Kan.
Paige Nagy (women’s soccer); Winsor, Calif.
Adeline Pagan-Sanchez (volleyball); North Hollywood, Calif.
Maggie Randall (women’s soccer); Parkville, Mo.
Hailey Reece (softball); Lee’s Summit, Mo.
Stephanie Reichenberger (volleyball); Pratt, Kan.
Courtney Rexroat (volleyball); Lansing, Kan.
Joshua Robinson (baseball); Lansing, Kan.
Katie Robinson (women’s basketball); Altoona, Kan.
Hana Ronnebaum (volleyball); Atchison, Kan.
Princess Sales (women’s track and field); Winchester, Va.
Sayra Serrano (women’s lacrosse); Bonner Springs, Kan.
Kaitlyn Shoemaker (women’s cross country); Silver Lake, Kan.
Kobe Sifford (men’s basketball); Basehor, Kan.
Luke Skinner (men’s cross country); Montezuma, Kan.
Jared Stark (men’s cross country); Augusta, Kan.
Shannon Stovall (softball); Spring Hill, Kan.
Ana Maria Suarez (women’s soccer); Kansas City, Kan.
Zach Thiel (men’s basketball); Leavenworth, Kan.
Rachel Thomas (women’s lacrosse); Narragansett, R.I.
Jaylie Thornton (volleyball); Manhattan, Kan.
Ross Tisdell (football); Lathrop, Calif.
Antonio Valentin (baseball); La Mirada, Calif.
Ashley Van Gieson (volleyball); Nanakuli, Hawaii
Eric Vazquez (men’s cross country); Great Bend, Kan.
Johnny Vasquez (baseball); Los Angeles, Calif.
Natasha Webster (women’s soccer); Bonners Ferry, Idaho
Brittany White-Dold (women’s cross country); Olpe, Kan.
Emily Wilson (women’s soccer); Kansas City, Kan.
Mekenzie Wright (softball); Platte City, Mo.
William Young (cheerleading); Howard, Kan.
Bailey Zinser (women’s soccer); Lansing, Kan.
The University of Saint Mary is a Catholic co-educational applied liberal arts university founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth. The University of Saint Mary main campus is located at 4100 South 4th Street, Leavenworth, Kan. USM’s Overland Park Campus at 4500 College Boulevard offers evening accelerated graduate and undergraduate degree-completion programs. The university also offers online programs. Visit stmary.edu for more information.