Southern Maine Athletics To Celebrate 212 William B. Wise Scholar-Athletes on November 4

For the sixth consecutive year, USM Athletics will honor a record number of its student-athletes with its William B. Wise Scholar Athlete honor.
For the sixth consecutive year, USM Athletics will honor a record number of its student-athletes with its William B. Wise Scholar Athlete honor.

GORHAM, Maine – Two-hundred twelve University of Southern Maine student-athletes will be recognized for their outstanding academic achievements on Sunday, November 4 at the 31st annual William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete Awards Banquet presented by Saco Bay Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy hosted at the Italian Heritage Center in Portland, Maine.

            The award program, which was started in 1987-88, is named in honor of William B. Wise, a retired USM administrator and friend of athletics.  A graduate of the University of Maine, Wise came to USM in 1966 as assistant dean of academic affairs and director of the evening college. In the ensuing years, he served USM tirelessly in a variety of roles, including acting dean of the College of Education, assistant to the vice president for academic affairs, executive assistant to the president, and executive assistant to the vice president for student affairs. 

            "I'm very proud of the work that our student-athletes are doing in the classroom.  Their overall academic performance continues to improve each year, and in 2017-2018, we reached one of our department goals by achieving an overall GPA of 3.08 for all participating student-athletes," said Southern Maine Director of Athletics Al Bean.  "In addition, a record number of 212 student-athletes qualified as William B. Wise Scholar-Athletes, the largest number ever, and an impressive increase of 34 students from the previous year.  My thanks goes out to our students for their commitment and effort in the classroom, to our athletic staff that work with them and support them on a daily basis, to faculty and staff who are committed to their success and most certainly to family who have laid the foundation for success for their sons and daughters.  Congratulations to everyone involved, I congratulate you on your accomplishments and the way you represent USM in the classroom, in competition and in the community."  

            During the 2017-2018 academic year, 212 Huskies met or exceeded the criteria to receive Wise Scholar-Athlete recognition, besting the previous record of 177 student-athletes honored in 2017, marking the sixth consecutive year that the number of student-athletes earning the academic distinction has risen.  To earn William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete accolades, a Southern Maine student-athlete must have a minimum of a 3.00 cumulative grade point average for the fall and spring semesters, be a full-time student both semesters and be a member of varsity team for a full season.  Each of the Huskies' 22 intercollegiate programs has representation among the 212 student-athletes to be honored.  

            An outstanding 11 student-athletes will be recognized for their fourth Wise Award achievement, men's ice hockey player John Waghorne (Wheaton, Ill.); men's basketball guard Cam Scott (Hampden, Maine/Hampden Academy); Ron Helderman (Madison, Maine) of the men's indoor and outdoor track & field team; from the winningest senior class in men's lacrosse history Zach Bessette (Readfield, Maine/Maranacook) and Nate DelGuidice (Oakland, Maine/Messalonskee); former Student-Athlete Advisory Committee president and member of the volleyball team Monica Raymond (Sanbornton, N.H./Winnisquam), and the first volleyball player to earn Little East Conference Player of the Year honors Jessica Williamson (Goffstown, N.H.); four-time National Field Hockey Coaches Association Academic Team members Tayla Smedberg  (Oxford, Maine/Oxford Hills) and Lindsay Jackson (Readfield, Maine/Maranacook), and members of the three-time defending Remo Riciputi award-winning women's basketball team Miranda Nicely (Farmington, Maine/Mt. Blue) and Emily Nicholson (Quispamsis, New Brunswick/Kennebecasis Valley).  

            The Huskies' 11 four-year winners represent seven different fields of study offered by the University of Southern Maine, and includes four Nursing majors dispelling the myth that being a student-athlete completing a degree in nursing is unattainable. Both Williamson and Scott earned their degrees in Biology, while Helderman studied Biochemistry. DelGuidice and Waghorne have established a foothold in the business world with majors in Accounting and Finance, respectively. Bessette earned his degree in Criminology, and Nicholson has begun her career following her Athletic Training degree.  And finally, four new nurses: Jackson, Smedberg, Nicely and Raymond. 

            The first volleyball player from Southern Maine to be named the Little East Conference Offensive Player of the Year, Williamson completed her outstanding four seasons at Hill Gym, earning numerous honors.  Making an immediate impact, Williamson was the 2014 LEC Rookie of the Year and earned all-conference each of her four seasons.  The holder of numerous school match, season and career records, Williamson finished her four-year career playing in 121 matches (418 sets).  She compiled a total of 1,849 kills (4.42 kills per set) on 4,499 total attacks.  She also had 1,310 digs (3.13 digs per set), 155 service aces and 87 total blocks.  She is the only player in school history to compile 1,000 kills and 1,000 digs in her career.

            A two-time assistant captain for the men's ice hockey team, Waghorne was a three-time New England Hockey Conference All-Academic team selection during his career as a Husky defenseman.  Waghorne is also one of seven Huskies' men's ice hockey players to earn American Hockey Coaches Association (AHCA) All-American Scholar honors for the 2017-18 season. To receive ACHA All-American Scholar distinction, a student-athlete must achieve a minimum grade point average of 3.6 or better during the season.  

            A student-athlete speaker at the 2017 William B. Wise dinner, Scott was a four-year member and two-year captain of the Huskies' men's basketball team, exhibiting a tremendous leadership ability throughout his career at Hill Gymnasium.  One of the top perimeter defenders in the conference, Scott was a three-time Little East Conference All-Academic team member. 

            A three-time Little East Conference All-Academic team member, Nicely was a four-year member of the Huskies' women's basketball team, and nearly graduated with a 4.0 GPA in Nursing.  A versatile player, and strong rebounder for her size, Nicely had career highs of 20 points, 14 rebounds and five assists.  

            A four-year member of the Huskies' field hockey team, Jackson was a four-time National Field Hockey Coaches Association (NFHCA) All-Academic Squad honoree, earning the NFHCA Athlete of Distinction title in 2015 after achieving a 4.0 during her season of competition.  Finishing her career with 13 goals, nearly 50 percent of her scores went for game-winners during her four-year career. 

            Competing twice at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field National Championship in the pole vault, Helderman is the Huskies' school record holder (indoor) in the event.  Named the LEC Rookie Field Athlete of the Year during the 2014-2015 season, Helderman has won the New England Division III Championship title in the pole vault during his career, and helped Southern Maine to consecutive conference titles during the indoor and outdoor seasons.   During the 2016-17 season, Helderman earned U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches' Association (USTFCCCA) All-Region honors, for the second time in his career, after finishing the season as the top-ranked pole vaulter in the New England Region. 

            Former SAAC president, Raymond was presented with the University's Senior Husky Achievement Award for her role in on-campus activities.  An active member in SAAC all four years of her athletic eligibility, Raymond was instrumental in aiding the administration with SAAC's events, and meetings, and has spearheaded the student group's increased participation in legislative discussions with regards to the student-athlete experience. 

            The men's lacrosse program's all-time winningest goalie, Bessette was one of the Huskies' tri-captains during the 2018 season that featured the program's first home field playoff game since the 2009 season, and the program's second-ever playoff win – an 8-7 thriller over UMass Dartmouth.  

            Nicholson, a guard for the Huskies' women's basketball team, battled back from injury to have a tremendous career.  A three-time LEC All-Academic team member, Nicholson earned Maine State Women's Basketball Coaches Association Honor Roll honors three times during her senior season, and averaged 10.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, 3.2 asssits and 1.5 steals per game.  Enjoying her finest season in 2017-18, Nicholson established career-highs in each statistical category. 

            A former All-Little East Conference forward for the field hockey team, Smedberg is a four-time National Field Hockey Coaches Association All-Academic Squad member.  Finishing her four-year career with 21 goals and eight assists for 50 points, Smedberg is in the top 20 in career points, and career goals for the program.  A team captain in her senior year, Smedberg was named USM's 2018 Paula D. Hodgdon Leadership Award winner, which is presented annually to the female student-athlete who exemplifies the qualities of Hodgdon: loyalty, dedication, commitment to the team, the sport and the University.  

            An LEC all-conference selection in 2018, DelGiudice, a four-year member of the men's lacrosse program, finished his career as the all-time leadering scorer with 155 points on 98 goals and 57 assists.  In his final season, DelGiudice led the Huskies in scoring with 48 points including 25 goals and a team-high 23 assists.  

            In addition to the 11 four-year recipients, 25 student-athletes will be honored for the third time in their careers and 61 will receive their award for the second time. One-hundred fourteen USM student-athletes are earning the accolade for the first time.  Included among the three-time winners are women's indoor track and outdoor track & field standout junior Emily Close (Orleans, Vt./Lake Region Union), women's basketball senior Alexa Srolovitz (Montreal, Quebec/North Hampton School (NH)), and recent graduate and former baseball player Kyle Heath (Westbrook, Maine).  

             A four-year member of the Huskies' perennially successful baseball team, Heath served as the team's 2018 captain, the first player to earn the distinction since 2012, and was the University's 2018 Roland Wirth's Memorial Award winner.   

            A multi-event athlete for the Huskies' women's indoor and outdoor track & field teams, Close competed at the NCAA Division III Outdoor National Championship in the heptathlon and earned United States Track & Field, Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) All-Region honors during both seasons.  To earn USTFCCCA All-Region honors, Close was in the top five regionally in the penthalon (indoor) and heptathlon (outdoor) at the conclusion of her seasons. 

            One of the Huskies' starting guards for the women's basketball team, Srolovitz became the first Husky to earn Little East Conference Defensive Player of the Year honors in the program's storied history. Also earning a spot on the LEC's all-defensive team, Srolovitz helped orchestrate the Huskies' to an LEC leading points against average, and a top-two in opponents' field goal percentage and three-point percentage. 

            Along with the many individual achievements of USM student-athletes, two teams will be honored with the Remo Riciputi Award.  The Remo Riciputi award is given annually to the team sport, and the individual team sport with the highest collective grade-point average. This year's Riciputi Awards will again be presented to the Husky women's basketball team and the women's tennis team. USM women's basketball, earning the honor for the fourth consecutive season, and sixth time in the award's history (1995 to present), is represented individually by 11 members of its team.  With seven members of the team individually honored, the women's tennis team is earning the accolade for the second time consecutively and for the sixth time in the history of the program.  

            During the course of the celebratory evening, student-athletes and their guests will be greeted by USM President Glenn Cummings, Provost Jeannine Uzzi, Director of Athletics Al Bean, and Associate Director of Athletics and Senior Woman Adminstrator Kim Turner. Two student-athletes will address their peers as guest speakers: senior Brooke Cross (Saco, Maine/Thornton Academy) of the Huskies' softball team and Helderman.  

            Cross, an All-Little East Conference outfielder for the Huskies and a two-year captain, is a two-time William B. Wise selection and is a Communications major.  This spring, Cross was one of 230 student-athletes selected to participate in the NCAA Career in Sports Forum – a four-day event that welcomes student-athletes from across all NCAA Divisions, and is designed with the primary focus of aiding student-athletes in their career pursuits.  Entering into her final season, Cross is a career .343 hitter with 84 hits (21 doubles, two triples, nine home runs) and 52 RBI.  

            Joining Cross at the podium as a student-athlete speaker is Helderman, one of the Huskies 11 four-year award winners.  Achieving the unique distinction as a four-time William B. Wise Scholar-Athlete, Helderman's academic success while pursuing a degree in Biochemistry while competing at the national stage as a member of the men's indoor and outdoor track & field programs is an example of hard work and dedication.  Helderman's individual success has helped the Huskies sweep the Little East Conference Championship titles in both sports over the last two seasons. 

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2017-2018 William B. Wise Scholar Athlete Award Winners

 

First-Year Award Winner

 

Austin Avery, Men's Lacrosse

Finance

Rylie Binette, Women's Ice Hockey

Health Science

Vincent Blasucci, Wrestling 

Political Science 

Josh Bloom, Men's Cross Country, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Athletic Training

Cody Braga, Men's Ice Hockey, Baseball

Recreation & Leisure Studies

Megan Chase, Women's Soccer

Biochemistry

Rachel Chille, Volleyball

Nursing

Madison Clowes, Softball

Undeclared

Taylor Colangelo, Women's Lacrosse 

Nursing

Shannon Colbert, Women's Ice Hockey

Undeclared

Samantha Comeau, Women's Ice Hockey 

Art

Allison Cote, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Nursing

Brandon Cousino, Wrestling 

Mechanical Engineering

Tyson Cram, Wrestling

Undeclared

Brendon Croteau, Golf

Sport Management 

Joseph Cullinan, Men's Lacrosse 

Sport Management 

Kristen Curley, Women's Basketball

Health Science 

Anthony D'Aloisio, Men's Ice Hockey 

Undeclared

Stephen D'Urso, Men's Ice Hockey

Business Management

Thomas Darby, Men's Indoor & Outdoor track

Psychology

Derek Davidson, Men's Lacrosse 

Business Management

Nicholas DeAngelis, Men's Tennis

Sport Management

Seve Deery-Deraps, Women's Basketball

Tourism & Hospitality

Peter Del Gallo, Wrestling

Athletic Training

Lauren Delissio, Volleyball

Nursing

Trent Dexter, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Undeclared

Riley Dinsmore-Patch, Men's Soccer

Media Studies

Caleb Dolloff, Men's Lacrosse

Economics

Angela Dubois, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track 

Communication

Tracy Edwards, Women's Tennis

Health Science

Chantel Eells, Women's Basketball

Social Work

Morgan Eliasen, Women's Basketball, Women's Lacrosse 

Nursing

Heather Evans, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track 

Health Science 

Kaitin Favaloro, Softball

Criminology

Gage Feeney, Baseball

Mechanical Engineering

Katie Ferrara, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Kerri Fleming, Women's Lacrosse 

Athletic Training 

Chantel Gagnon, Women's Soccer

Biochemistry

Jared Garcia, Wrestling

Exercise Science

Makayla Garvin. Field Hockey 

Athletic Training 

Ryan Gaydou, Baseball

Economics

Fiss Gebreyesus, Men's Soccer

Biology

Raul Gierbolini, Wrestling 

Exercise Science

Connor Goodall, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

History

Ryan Gorman, Men's Soccer

Exercise Science

Elena Grace, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track 

Undeclared

Jenna Graves, Volleyball

Undeclared

Jaccqui Hallisey, Women's Ice Hockey, Softball

Biology

Jill Hannigan, Women's Ice Hockey 

Social Work 

Nick Harriman, Men's Cross Country, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track 

Business Management 

Kaitlin Hilton, Field Hockey 

Health Science

Cindy Hoang, Women's Lacrosse

Exercise Science 

River Hodgdon, Women's Soccer

Health Science

Kayla Horner, Softball

History- Teacher Education Path

Zach Hoyle, Men's Cross Country, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

History

Brianna Hoyt, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Health Science

Anna Huff, Field Hockey

Health Science

Simon Hulbert, Men's Soccer

Undeclared

Melissa Huot, Women's Lacrosse 

Accounting

Maddie Inverso, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track 

Nursing

Allison Irish, Women's Lacrosse 

Criminology

Dawood Jimale, Men's Soccer

Biochemistry

Daric Johnson, Wrestling

Sport Management 

Ashley Joyner, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Business Management

Hannah Kenney, Softball

Nursing

Broson Kieltyka, Men's Lacrosse

Business Management

Val Kocsis, Women's Lacrosse 

Recreation & Leisure

Cam Labrie, Men's Soccer, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Exercise Science

Caitlin Lally, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Criminology

Elise Laslavic, Women's Basketball, Women's Lacrosse

Psychology

Joseph Leclair, Wrestling

Nursing

Maverick Lynes, Men's Ice Hockey 

English – Teacher Education Path

Luke Madore, Men's Basketball

Undeclared

Hunter Mahon, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Media Studies

Jared Marshall, Men's Cross Country, Men's Indoor Track

Exercise Science

Eden Martin, Women's Tennis

Environmental Science

Sergio Martin Acuna, Men's Soccer, Men's Basketball

Athletic Training

Abigail Mazza, Women's Soccer

Nursing

Sarah McLaughlin, Women's Soccer

Exercise Science

Bryon Mcmillian, Men's Basketball

Exercise Science

C.J. Moody, Men's Cross Country, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Nursing

Olivia Mull, Women's Soccer

Tourism & Hospitality

Ian Nagle, Men's Basketball

Business Management

Julia Nicol, Field Hockey

Health Science

Katie Nolan, Women's Ice Hockey

Business Management

Brett Norman, Men's Ice Hockey

Environmental Planning & Policy

Delaney O'Connor, Women's Ice Hockey

Mechanical Engineering

Kristina Odom, Volleyball

Athletic Training

Ashley Owens, Women's Tennis

Nursing

Adam Papayoanou, Men's Ice Hockey

Psychology

Nicole Ponte, Women's Cross Country

Music Performance

Savanna Poulin, Women's Lacrosse

Business Management

Bryce Randall, Men's Lacrosse

Criminology

Kathleen Rattazzi, Softball

Tourism & Hospitality

David Richman, Baseball

Business Management

Jack Ricker, Men's Outdoor Track

History

Noah Robidoux, Wrestling

Political Science

Samantha Round, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Anna Saing, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Engineering

Austin Shorey, Wrestling

Criminology

Dorina Sirois,  Field Hockey, Women's Lacrosse

Cyber Security

Sydney Sirois, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Exercise Science

Hayden Spencer, Field Hockey

Nursing

Tyler Sproul, Men's Lacrosse

Exercise Science

Michael Taormina, Men's Ice Hockey

Mechanical Engineering

Sarina Teung, Women's Indoor and Outdoor Track

Business Management

Cameron Thibault, Men's Lacrosse

Political Science – Law Pathway

Cassie Thibodeau, Women's Lacrosse 

Nursing

Zach Thompson, Wrestling

Criminology

Sam Troiano, Baseball

Undeclared

Hala Van NoStrand, Women's Lacrosse

Biology

Kevin Weisser, Men's Basketball

Exercise Science

Daren Wood, Baseball

Mechanical Engineering

Evan Zuchowski, Men's Tennis

Mathematics

 

 

Second-Time Award Winners

 

Emily Baker, Women's Soccer

Exercise Science

Haley Bantz, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

English- Teacher Pathway

Ethan Bassile, Men's Ice Hockey

Criminology

Lauren Beganny, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Health Science

Kayleigh Bohan, Softball

Criminology

Gabby Brooks, Women's Tennis

Linguistics

Alexis Brown, Softball

English

Ben Carey, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Business Management

Dalton Cassidy. Men's Soccer

Economics

Nate Cook, Men's Soccer

Athletic Training

Emma Cost, Women's Soccer

Environmental Policy

Brooke Cross, Softball

Communications

Ryan Dee, Golf

Electrical Engineering

Neka Dias, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Media Studies

Tristan Dundas, Golf, Men's Hockey, Men's Lacrosse

Business Management

Collen Fleming, Women's Lacrosse

Health Science

Madison Freeman, Women's Soccer

Nursing

Drew Gamage, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Biology

Mariah Garcia, Volleyball

Social & Behavioral Sciences

Megan Gettings, Volleyball

Nursing

Mychaela Harton, Softball, Women's Basketball

History/Teacher Education Pathway

Keenan Hendricks, Men's Basketball

Business Management

Andrew Hillier, Baseball

General Management

Tabatha Hirsch, Softball

Business Management

Aliza Jordan, Women's Lacrosse

Criminology

Courtney Jordan, Women's Tennis

Chemistry

Riley Kirk, Women's Ice Hockey

Athletic Training

Mira Kuni, Women's Lacrosse

Health Science

Kaylee Leclerc, Field Hockey

Social & Behavioral Science

Paul Leger, Men's Ice Hockey

Business Management

Ally Little, Women's Soccer

Athletic Training

Jackie Luckhardt, Women's Basketball

Athletic Training

Taylor Lux, Softball

Exercise Science

Kelly Lynch, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

English – Teacher Pathway

Matt Mallett, Golf

Exercise Science

Erin Martin, Softball

Linguistics

Christian McCue, Men's Basketball

Computer Science

Shaun McKinnon, Golf

History – Teacher Pathway

MK Mohamed, Men's Soccer

 Marketing

Charlie Mull, Men's Soccer

Communication

Brendan Murpy, Men's Ice Hockey

Sport Management

Ruth Nadeau, Women's Lacrosse

Psychology

Chase Orava, Men's Tennis

Marketing

Whitney Padgett, Women's Ice Hockey

Athletic Training

Brock Padgham, Men's Ice Hockey

Undeclared

Allison Pickering, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Tourism & Hospitality

Amanda Piknick, Women's Ice Hockey

Tourism & Hospitality

Brittany Plowman. Softball

Sport Management

Jhanel Potts, Women's Cross Country & Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Nursing

Maggie Redman, Field Hockey

Criminology

Jess Regan, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Linguistics

Parker Sanderson, Men's Ice Hockey

Finance

Emily Saunders, Volleyball

Sports Management

Joanna Scheidegger, Women's Tennis, Women's Ice Hockey

Exercise Science

Nicole Schmitz, Volleyball

Exercise Science

Grace Simmons, Women's Ice Hockey

Nursing

Josh Smith, Wrestling

Environmental Science

Tyler Soucy, Men's Soccer

Political Science

Mark Tomaschek, Men's Ice Hockey

Economics

Bailey Van hout, Men's Basketball

Exercise Science

Matt Wheeler, Wrestling

Exercise Science

Jerome Witkowski, Men's Ice Hockey

Finance

 

 

Third-Time Award Winners

 

Kaleb Bridgham, Baseball

Business Management

Emilee Burris, Women's Ice Hockey

Environmental Science

Taylor Canastra Women's Soccer

Biology/Teacher Education Pathway

Emily Close, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Exercise Science

Britney Evangelista, Women's Ice Hockey

Biology

Conor Ferrera, Men's Ice Hockey

Business Management

Logan Gailitis, Men's Outdoor Track

Athletic Training

Michelle Hargreaves, Volleyball

Social Work

Qutabia Hassoon, Men's Soccer

Accounting

Kyle Heath, Baseball

Criminology

Brian Hodges, Men's Ice Hockey

Business Management

Kim Howrigan, Women's Basketball

Accounting

Rachel Ingram, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Athletic Training

Colin Jones, Men's Cross Country, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Business Management

Tiia Kand, Women's Cross Country, Women's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Business Management

Patrick Maglinao, Men's Ice Hockey

Business Management

Sarah "Penny" Maimone, Women's Indoor Track

Criminology

Tyler Mathieu, Men's Ice Hockey

Mechanical Engineering

Hana McNally, Women's Soccer

Master's Degree, Special Education

Sarah Michaud, Women's Soccer

English/Teacher Education Pathway

Julia Ormsby, Women's Ice Hockey

Health Science

Alex Pantalone, Men's Ice Hockey

Finance

Brandon Plourde, Men's Ice Hockey

Criminology

Margaret " Sissy" Smith, Women's Tennis

Marketing

Alexa Srolovitz, Women's Basketball

Athletic Training

 

 

Four-Time Award Winners

 

Zach Bessette, Men's Lacrosse

Criminology

Nate DelGiudice, Men's Lacrosse

Accounting

Ron Helderman, Men's Indoor & Outdoor Track

Biochemistry

Lindsay Jackson, Field Hockey

Nursing

Miranda Nicely, Women's Basketball

Nursing

Emily Nicholson, Women's Basketball

Athletic Training

Monica Raymond, Volleyball

Nursing

Cam Scott, Men's Basketball

Biology

Tayla Smedberg, Field Hockey

Nursing

John Waghorne, Men's Ice Hockey

Finance

Jessica Williamson, Volleyball

Biology