THIRTY-NINE DMACC STUDENT-ATHLETES EARN NJCAA ACADEMIC HONORS
Thirty-nine Des Moines Area Community College (DMACC) student-athletes have been awarded National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) honors for their academic achievements during the 2017-18 school year.
Student-athletes with a grade point average of 4.00 earned first team honors, student-athletes with a GPA of 3.80 to 3.99 were named to the second team and student-athletes with a GPA of 3.60 to 3.79 were named to the third team.
DMACC student-athletes honored are as follows:
Second team: Calen Schwabe, Thompson, N.D.; Henry Ristvedt, Savage, Minn.; Luke Longmuir, Cottage Grove, Minn.
Third team: Alec Holcomb, Owatonna, Minn; Jacob Pinkerton, Beatrice, Neb.; Matt Krambeck, Louisville, Neb.; Robbie McCargar, West Des Moines.
Third team: Hamza Gocobija, Chicago, Ill.
First team: Ashley Kallas, Milwaukee, Wis.; Elizabeth Atwood, Packwood; Elizabeth Horn, Newton; Molly Mitchell, Okoboji.
Second team: Emma Rouse, Boone; Joniqua Clark, Cedar Rapids; Regan Shockley, Hartley.
Third team: Grace Stalzer, Zearing.
Third team: Drew Fielder, Webster City; Robert Flattery, Fort Dodge.
Second team: Alison Schweers, Carroll; Jaime Bellingham, Auckland, New Zealand; Kylie Nichols, Ogden.
Third team: Kortney Orr, Columbus Junction.
First team: Jayci Vos, Monroe; Taylor Briley, Creston.
Second team: Avery Guy, Cedar Rapids; Ellie Dixon, Iowa City; Kayla Jennings, Prairie City; Kelsey Hora, Ainsworth.
Third team: Kaisha Wells, Topeka, Kan.; Mia Ruther, Burlington; Molly Jacobsen, Adel; Peyton Parker, LaPorte City; Taylor Graven, Greene.
First team: Lacey Clark, Bettendorf; Leiah Paustian, Marshalltown.
Second team: Gillian Tupper, Nevada.
Third team: Madison Paulsen, Council Bluffs; Maryssa Soder, Ogden; Peyton Parker, LaPorte City; Tiffanie Koch, Hawkeye.