D2ADA Names 53 CSC Recipients Of Academic Achievement AwardPosted by Jeremy AndersonDate: September 01, 2020 10:28 amLeave a comment41 ViewsThe 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.