NAIA Scholar Athletes

Charger Athletics Places Multiple Teams and Athletes on NAIA All-Scholar List

September 21, 2022

The NAIA released its 2021-22 National Awards Day recipients Friday. The Chargers had 11 teams recognized as NAIA Scholar Teams, while 66 BC athletes were named Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes.
 
The Briar Cliff men's basketball team posted a 3.56 team GPA, which was the second highest rating by a NAIA men's basketball program. The Charger women's golf team recorded the fourth highest GPA with a 3.78. Briar Cliff had the ninth best women's volleyball GPAC at 3.68.
 
Charger softball had the most Scholar Athletes with 15, while Baseball had 10 in total. The full list from the NAIA can be found HERE. Below is the full list of students named to the 2021-22 NAIA Scholar Athletes list.

Baseball
Dalen Blair
Cyler Melvin
Alex Kremer
Luke Lehmann
Brandon Hohenstein
Nathan Klingenberg
Drew Olson
Cody Salker
Kyler Steinborn
Graham Palsma
 
Football
Austin Brandt
Jett Dennis
Jonathan Branner
Brett Tinker
Dawson Forcella
Tyler Bailey
Kreggor Clark
 
Men's Basketball
Quinn Vesey
Nick Hoyt
Conner Groves
Carson Kruger
Quinten Vasa
Jaden Kleinhesselink
 
Men's Golf 
Hugo Perez Dorsey
 
Men's Soccer
Tomas Falbo
 
Softball
Alexis Westercamp
Aubrey Chichurka
Payton Hilts
Morgan Jones
Veronica Pitzl
Isabel Sayler
Kylee Lukes
Sage Lagud
Alyssa Bauer
Kennedy Andersen
Hunter Pitts
Sarah Kach
Taylor Graciano
Kayla Guerrero
Megan Loutsch
 
Women's Basketball
Michaela Lange
Kennedy Benne
Katie Baker
Payton Slaughter
Taylor Lamprecht
Kaegen Held
Madelyn Deitchler
Mya Hendry
 
Women's Golf
Emily Harste
Frankie Valencia
 
Women's Soccer
Kiley Hoge
Megan Siqueiros

Women's Track & Field
Isabel Sayler
 
Women's Volleyball
Tannah Heath
Toria Andre
Kailee Tucker
Sami Wasmund
Jaice Johnsen
Peyton Preston
Olivia Petersen
 
Wrestling
Garrett Arment
Maximus Barajas
Jeremiah Glise

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