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May 30, 2014

COLLEGE ATHLETICS: IUS announces KIAC Scholar-Athletes

NEW ALBANY — Forty-three IU Southeast student-athletes have been named Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes, the IU Southeast athletic department announced on Thursday.

In order to be named a KIAC Scholar-Athlete, a student must maintain a cumulative grade-point average of 3.25. Freshmen are eligible for the award.

“IU Southeast will be well-represented among KIAC schools,” IU Southeast athletic director Joe Glover said. “Our student-athletes have had success this year both on the field and in the classroom. I am glad they have been able to achieve their goals both athletically and academically.”

The following is a complete list of scholar-athletes from IU Southeast: Hannah Barker (volleyball), Brooke Barnett (softball), Whitney Batliner (women’s tennis), Josh Beams (baseball), Alexis Boudavong (volleyball), Stephanie Bradshaw (volleyball), Bryce Brockett (baseball), Ashley Bunch (women’s tennis), Alex Bush (baseball), Logan Carter (men’s tennis), Katherine Clark (women’s tennis), Nate DeNicola (baseball), Jade Detzer (softball), Mary Dye (women’s basketball), Katie Fischer (volleyball), Allison Goldman (women’s tennis), Michaela Harris (women’s basketball), Jacob Holtz (baseball), Tori Kingsley (women’s basketball), Lauren Klosterman (softball), Morgan Klosterman (softball), Haley-Ann Kueneman (softball), Austin LaFollette (men’s tennis), Alayna LaPaille (softball), Jessica Leanhart (softball), Shelby Lucas (softball), Kristyn Maymon (volleyball), Bryson Mills (men’s tennis), Katie Morrison (women’s tennis), Cadie Povaleri (softball), Elizabeth Roden (softball), Summer Sanders (softball), Sara Schum (volleyball), Dalana Shaw (women’s basketball), Brandon Smalling (baseball), Hunter Stark (men’s tennis), Alex Tinsley (women’s basketball), Meaghen Tompkins (volleyball), Brookelyn Visker (softball), Heather Wheat (women’s basketball), Patrick Yochum (baseball), Jarret Young (baseball).


IU Southeast softball players Jade Detzer and Summer Sanders have been named Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, the NAIA announced Wednesday.

The two outfielders were among 297 softball student-athletes who earned recognition during the 2014 season. In order to be nominated by an institution’s head coach or sports information director, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade-point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved a junior academic status.

Detzer, a senior from Santa Claus, Ind., earned the award for the second straight season.

Sanders, a junior from North Vernon, earned the award in her first year of eligibility.

Both were named to the IU Southeast Athletic Director’s Honor Roll during each semester this academic year.

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