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7 Moments: #6 - Fifteen Wildcats named Scholar-Athletes

7 Moments: #6 - Fifteen Wildcats named Scholar-Athletes

Note: Join us over the next few weeks as we look back at the top moments of the 2017-2018 seasons. New features will be released each Monday and Thursday as we count down top moments through July.

Johnson & Wales University saw 15 student-athletes recognized as Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes through the 2017-2018 seasons. To be honored as a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete, a student must be a junior or senior and have attended their insitution for a full year prior to being nominated. They must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above at the time of nomination.

Victoria Diaz (San Dimas, Calif.) and Lucas Prolow (Evergreen, Colo.) highlight the list as three time honorees, representing Women's and Men's Soccer.

Fergus Bunn (Melbourne, Australia), Nick Darnell (Burlingame, Calif.), Erynn Keeney (Thornton, Colo.), Andromeda Sales (Black Hawk, Colo.), Ivan Torres (Houston, Texas), Kelsie Treloar (Conifer, Colo.), Erin Sosnowchik (Omaha, Neb.) and Brandi Williams-Beck (San Antonio, Texas) are all two-time honorees.

Asianna Harris (Las Vegas, Nev.), Savanah Heinz (Aguanga, Calif.), Jordan Lairamore (Lakewood, Colo.), Dakota Patton (Loveland, Colo.), and Bailey Stephens (Flagstaff, Ariz.) were recognized for the honor for the first time.

Student-Athlete Sport Yrs Honored
Victoria Diaz Women's Soccer 3
Lucas Prolow Men's Soccer 3
Fergus Bunn Men's Soccer 2
Nick Darnell Men's Soccer 2
Erynn Keeney Women's Volleyball 2
Andromeda Sales Women's Basketball 2
Ivan Torres Men's Soccer 2
Kelsie Treloar Women's Soccer 2
Erin Sosnowchik Women's Volleyball 2
Brandi Williams-Beck Women's Track & Field 2
Asianna Harris Women's Soccer 1
Savanah Heinz Women's Soccer 1
Jordan Lairamore Women's Soccer 1
Dakota Patton Men's Basketball 1
Bailey Stephens Men's Basketball 1

 

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7 Moments in 2017-2018

#6 - July 5 - Fifteen Wildcats named Scholar-Athletes
#7 - July 2 - Men's Lacrosse captures first varsity win