by Alan Hoskins, KCKCC
More than 100 Kansas City Kansas Community College student-athletes were recognized for the success in the classroom Wednesday night.
A total of 104 student-athletes in eight sports were honored at the annual Academic Achievement Night activities held between the women’s and men’s basketball games in the KCKCC Field House. The student-athletes were honored for attaining grade point averages of 3.0 or higher.
Dr. Greg Mosier, KCKCC president; Dr. Beth Krueger, KCKCC vice president of academic affairs; and Athletic Director Tony Tompkins were joined by Board of Trustees Chairman Ray Daniels, Don Ash, Rosalyn Brown and Linda H. Sutton in recognizing the athletes. The student-athletes honored:
Volleyball – Nicole Alemestica, Michelle Dvorak, Gracie Golay, McKenna Johnson, Julianie Laboy-Rivera, Tara Mattingly, Allayah Stillwell, Natalia Vega-Apointe, Adriana Velez.
Women’s soccer – Madison Broeker, Hailey Coates, Makenzie Denham, Karleigh Enyart, Lillian Kremer, Paige Liston, Bryanna Najera, Ruth Nunez, Hannah Nystrom, Kayley Pedersen, Arlene Ruiz, Caroline Rutledge, Katrina Sargent, Alex Schemmel, Melissa Siegel, Jaidyn Yingling.
Men’s soccer – Luis Alavrado, Fernando Barbosa-Torrado, Elijah Bathily, Sebastian Bolanos- Pazmino, Leonardo Bonelli, Nico Bosemediano, Richard Bowman, Cody Burleson, Marcos Cabral, Samba Gnokane,Felipe Kerr-Lourenco, Vitor Lo, Alejandro Maillet-Tapias, Miguel Merida-Castro, Jorge Monferrer-Vicente, Jonathan Moon, Guilherme Moreno, Leonardo Notarnicola, Abdulrahmen Rabi-Khalid, Ronin Richardson, Corey Ridley, Carlos Rodriguez, Lucas Santos, Ignacio Sarasol, Jessy Zietta-Motando.
Softball – Bradi Basler, Nerida Elson, Georgia Faunt, Shaylun Grosstephan, Abby Henson, Alaina Howe, Anika Jobe, Alexandra Martin, Haley Masisak, MacKenzie Pinkerton, Madison Pope, Madison Prough, Devin Purcell, Hannah Redick, Alyssa Seichepine, Leah Seichepine.
Baseball – Eduardo Acosta, Caleb Adams, Logan Barnard, Lester Biggs, Hunter Cashero, Kade Chastain, Josiah Crowley, Michael Edgar, Griffin Everitt, Austin Fisher, Tyler Henry, Trey Hoover, Palmer Hutchison, Samuel Juarez, Seth Kenagy, Osvaldo Mendez, Steven Santiago, Jake Shafer, William Simmons, Cole Slibowski, Jose Sosa.
Women’s basketball – Brodi Byrd, Carson Chandler, Shanea Dinwiddie, Kamryn Estell, Caroline Hoppock. Aliyah Myers, Diamond Williams, Destiny Zamudio.
Men’s basketball – Timothy Barbieri, Cody Dortch, Robert Rhodes.
Golf – Kellen Welsh, Keegan Ellington, Dylan Freund, Cameron Riley, Mark Towey, Jacob Hall.