D2ADA Names 53 CSC Recipients Of Academic Achievement Award

The Division 2 Athletics Directors Association announced the 2019-20 recipients of the D2 ADA Academic Achievement Awards. The Academic Achievement Awards, in its 13th year, is a program that recognizes the academic accomplishments of student-athletes at the Division II level.

Chadron State College student-athletes garnered 53 of the awards, up from 50 in 2018-19.

“In a year when we can use all of the good news, the D2 ADA Officers and Board of Directors are proud to recognize a higher number of student-athletes with the Academic Achievement Award than ever before,” said Joel R. Smith, president of the D2ADA and CSC athletic director. “The nominations also came from a record number of institutions, showcasing the passion and dedication of our Association and Division II as a whole.”

In total, there were 15,226 student-athletes from 200 institutions recognized for the 2019-20 Academic Achievement Awards. These numbers shattered the records for highest number of participating institutions.

In order to receive the Academic Achievement Award, an athlete must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale, have attended a minimum of two years (four semesters) of college level work, and have been an active member of an intercollegiate team during his/her last academic year.

Following is a list of CSC recipients:

First NameLast NameSport Academic Year Completed
(i.e. Sr., Jr., So.)
AbbyWhiteWomen’s GolfSo.
AlexandriaWilliamsonWomen’s Track and FieldJr.
AllisonKeiselVolleyballSo.
AshtonBurdittVolleyballSr.
AustinRappFootballSo.
BaileyBrooksWomen’s BasketballSo.
BaileyMarvelSoftballSo.
BrittniMcCullyWomen’s BasketballSo.
BryantWilsonFootballSo.
CalderForcellaFootballSr.
CalebHaskellWrestlingJr.
ChadMikelsonFootballSo.
ChancyHuntMen’s Track and FieldSo.
ChandlerHagemanVolleyballSo.
ColeWhiteFootballSo.
CollierWestcottWrestlingSr.
DonaldStephenFootballSo.
EmmaWilladsenWomen’s Cross CountryJr.
EmmitRosentraterFootballSo.
HaleyUrbatschWomen’s BasketballSr.
HarleyRhoadesMen’s Track and FieldSo.
JacksonDickersonFootballSr.
JaredNelsonMen’s BasketballSo.
JaxonKingFootballSo.
JessicaLovittWomen’s BasketballSr.
JoelCarpenterFootballSo.
JohnWehrmanFootballSo.
JonHansenFootballSr.
JoriPetersWomen’s BasketballSo.
JosslynLinseMen’s Track and FieldSo.
JulianneThomsenWomen’s Track and FieldJr.
KaelJuelfsFootballSo.
KaydrinQuestVolleyballFr.
KaylaElderWomen’s GolfSo.
KayleeBohnsackSoftballSo.
KincaidStrainVolleyballSo.
MadisonWatsonWomen’s Cross CountryJr.
MelisaKadicWomen’s BasketballSr.
MichaelDeCamillisFootballSo.
RachelHenkleWomen’s BasketballSo.
AlpineHicksteinWomen’s GolfSo.
RikuKitamuraFootballSr.
RileyHillFootballSo.
SamuelMcKinleyFootballJr.
StevannBrownFootballSr.
TannerPattersonFootballSo.
TarynFoxenWomen’s BasketballJr.
TiaKohlSoftballJr.
TimmiKeiselVolleyballSr.
TrentGrizzleFootballSo.
TylerHylandFootballSo.
TylerLewisFootballSr.
WilliamMorganFootballSr.
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