WSOC: Braves have 10 players named Scholar-Athletes KCAC

Women’s football | Thursday, Nov 4, 2021 at 7:15 PM

OTTAWA, Kansas – The Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference (KCAC) and Barnes & Noble College are pleased to announce that 143 female football student-athletes have been named 2021-2022 KCAC Fellow-Athletes. Barnes & Noble College is the official sponsor of the KCAC Scholar-Athlete and Scholar Team awards, and is the official campus bookstore and supplier of course materials for the KCAC.

Avila and Saint Mary tied for most athletes receiving this honor, with 16 varsity athletes each on their teams. Oklahoma Wesleyan was not far behind with 15 winners, followed by Friends with 13, and Southwestern and Tabor, both with 12. Bethany and Ottawa also had double-digit winners, each seeing ten athletes win the honor. Bethel and York each had nine, with McPherson (eight), Kansas Wesleyan (seven) and Sterling (six) completing the list. Ottawa had 10 winners named Scholar-Athletes.

The All-KCAC Scholar-Athlete Academic Award recognizes excellence in the classroom for KCAC member student-athletes who:

  • are second year or higher students in academic results at the start of the semester in which they are competing.
  • have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3,250 at the start of the semester in which they are competing.
  • Student-athletes must appear on the Sport Eligibility Certificate and have attended KCAC for a full year to be eligible.

The 2021-22 KCAC Women’s Soccer Scholars-Athletes are:

NAME

INSTITUTION

TO CLASSIFY

HOMETOWN

Madeline Aguilar

University of Ottawa

Jr.

Santa Clarita, California.

Isabelle Conté

University of Ottawa

Sr.

São Paulo, Brazil

Katla Gardarsdottir

University of Ottawa

So.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Josephine Robson

University of Ottawa

Sr.

Redlands, California

Emma Nilsson

University of Ottawa

Sr.

Gothenburg, Sweden

Caroline Jennerwein

University of Ottawa

Jr.

Lenexa, Kan.

Stormi garcia

University of Ottawa

Sr.

Aurore, Colo.

Denaya evans

University of Ottawa

Sr.

Lakewood, Colorado.

Jaycie campbell

University of Ottawa

So.

Olathe, Kan.

Kaymyn brane

University of Ottawa

So.

Lee’s Summit, Mo.


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