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Announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) earlier this month, the Cal Lutheran women’s tennis team as well as six individual members were honored for academic successes as part of the All-Academic Team for 2014.
Announced recently by the NCAA, 2014 Cal Lutheran graduate Aaron Roth earned a share of the title Division III saves leader with 13 during his senior campaign as the CLU closer. A year removed from the baseball squad earning top honors for batting average, runs per game and on base percentage, the hurler made some noise on the hill for the Kingsmen.
Just six weeks removed from his Cal Lutheran graduation, Mikey McGinn continued his golfing career as a professional at the ArrowCreek Open as part of the eGolf Professional Tour where he earned his first tour cut during his second event.
The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame (NFF) recently announced the 2014 NFF Hampshire Honor Society, which included Cal Lutheran offensive lineman Andrew Pankow.
Closing out its strong spring both athletically and in the classroom, Cal Lutheran pushed its total up to 32 student-athletes honored as Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) All-Academic when Moises Cardenas and Sean Handley were selected to the Tennis Team last Thursday.
Following a 13-day training camp, Cal Lutheran assistant softball coach Sam Fischer was chosen to represent the United States of America as part of the National softball team as announced in late June.
The Cal Lutheran men’s track & field team had 10 of its student-athletes honored by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) for their efforts in the classroom on Thursday. Garrett Baker, Michael Bassette, Ian Broderick, Conor Finfrock, Erik Fruth, Matthew Garvin, Shawn Jackson, Dan Miller, Andrew Olson and William Zimmerle were all named to the SCIAC Men’s Track & Field All-Academic team.
A season after becoming the first Regals golfer to collect a hole-in-one, Jenna Gimbel earned another first for the CLU women’s golf program on Wednesday as she was named to the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) All-Academic Team.
Eight members of Cal Lutheran’s first-ever outright Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) Championship women’s track & field team earned another honor on Wednesday; SCIAC All-Academic accolades. Representing the Regals on the conference’s top academic list was Natalie Bullock, Tori Dahl, Allie Hadley, Amanda Hamilton, Amanda Miller, Lauren Rohach and Kendall Sauter.
After totaling its most wins in a season since 2009, Cal Lutheran had seven of its softball players honored by the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC) for their academic achievements. Seniors Katelyn Downing, Kelly Lockwood, Stephanie Martello, Kayla Sakamoto along with juniors Kaity Carter, Liz Mertel and Ryanna Morua were all named to the SCIAC Softball All-Academic team.
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