Six Warriors earn Scholar-Athlete tennis honors
Six Lewis-Clark State College tennis players earned 2012 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete honors, the NAIA announced on Friday.
In order to qualify for the honor, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale, have achieved a junior academic status, and have attended the nominating institution for two full semesters.
Earning the honors for the Warrior women were seniors Marina Wold of Lewiston and Barb Sneckner of Bend, Ore., and juniors Samantha Teigen of University Place, Wash., and Dorothy Chong of Kuching, Malaysia. Wold and Sneckner, who both received Scholar-Athlete honors last year as well, have majors of English and Kinesiology, respectively. Teigen is majoring in Business Administration, and Chong in Biology.
Honored from the men’s team was senior Cesar Uauy of Santiago, Chile, and junior Jeff Lowndes of Vancouver, Wash. Uauy, who was honored last year as well, has a major in Business Economics, while Lowndes is majoring in Sports Administration.
In all, 121 women and 86 men were honored. For a complete list of Scholar-Athletes click here: Women, Men