USD student-athletes earn NCC academic honors

USD student-athletes earn NCC academic honors

Twenty-three student-athletes on The University of South Dakota men's and women's track and field squads have earned selection to the North Central Conference Commissioner's Academic Outdoor Track and Field Honor Roll, according to an announcement on Friday by the league office.

The 23 USD student-athletes are among a total of 138 named to the commissioner's list from schools in the NCC. To qualify for the honor roll, student-athletes must carry a 3.2 grade point average, have completed two semesters at their current schools and have competed during the outdoor season.

Members of the South Dakota men's team included Bill Chromy, a senior criminal justice and psychology major from Linwood, NE; Preston Scott, a sophomore computer science major from Parker; Ben Walters, a sophomore biology major from Lennox; Matt Yaggie, a junior psychology of Mission Hill.

USD women's team members on the list: Katie Cerling, a senior history major from Plymouth, MN; Danielle Dornbusch, a sophomore criminal justice major from Papillion, NE; Allison Duba, a sophomore chemistry major from Sioux Falls; Jackie Dvoracek, a junior business major from Tyndall; Carrie Egging, a sophomore psychology/pre-physical education major from Gurley, NE; Jenessa Filler, a sophomore pre-medicine major from Crooks; Carrie Gonsor, a senior English/Spanish major from Pierre; Stacy Gould, a junior pre-physical therapy major from Sioux Falls; Lindsey House, a junior biology major from Lennox; Lauren Krell, a sophomore dental hygiene major from Hartford; Heather Kuhlmann, a sophomore health, physical education and recreation major from Nebraska City, NE; Amy Lindner, a graduate student in athletic administration from Sioux Falls; Betsy Lubbers, a junior anthropology major from Sioux Falls; Mara McGill, a senior biology-pre-medicine major from Beresford; Heidi Muellenberg, a senior psychology major from Redfield; Allison Smith, a sophomore general studies major from Wahpeton, ND; Natalie Stout, a sophomore elementary education major from Crofton, NE; Amber Schmidt, a sophomore general studies from Hartford; and Amy Velthoff, a sophomore general studies major from Panama, IA.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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