KANKAKEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE: 17 athletes earn academic honors
Kankakee Community College issued the following announcement on Aug. 9.
Seventeen Kankakee Community College student-athletes have received NJCAA honors for their academic achievement during the 2018-19 school year.
The All-Academic First Team members, with a 4.0 grade point average, are:
Cole Eshleman of Loda, baseball;
Kloe Longtin of Herscher, volleyball; and
Cole Stigleman of Redkey, Ind., baseball.
The All-Academic Second Team members, with grade point averages between 3.80-3.99, are:
Dylan Post of Kankakee, baseball; and
Dawson Swearengen of Wilmington, soccer.
The All-Academic Third Team members, with grade point averages of 3.60-3.79, are:
Owen Behrens of Prophetstown, baseball;
Eric Godines Venegas of Pembroke Township, soccer;
Max Minich of Grabill, Ind., baseball;
Ashley Harwood of Kankakee, volleyball;
Isabelle Hille of Ft. Wayne, Ind., basketball;
Michael Machnic of Walkerton, Ind., baseball;
Alexis Marin of Rockford, basketball;
Genevieve Marion of Bourbonnais, volleyball;
Olivia Powell of Cissna Park, basketball;
Emma Schriner of Bourbonnais, softball;
Dylan Swearengen of Wilmington, soccer; and
Brandon Wray of Bourbonnais, soccer.
In addition, the Lady Cavaliers basketball team earned a spot on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association honor roll for two-year colleges. The average GPA for all athletes on the 2018-19 team was 3.13. The Cavaliers were one of only 17 two-year colleges in the nation to have a team grade point average above 3.0.
Original source can be found here.
Source: Kankakee Community College