Camosun student-athletes earn National Scholar Awards
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Camosun is pleased to announce that 13 Chargers student-athletes have been recognized by the Canadian Colleges' Athletic Association (CCAA) as 2009-2010 National Scholar Award recipients.
- Blaine Barron, Volleyball
- Henrik Herrebroden, Volleyball
- Tanisha Marcelle, Volleyball
- Chelsea Reimer, Volleyball
- Ineke Rhebergen, Volleyball
- Adriana Waller, Volleyball
- Hannah Brown, Basketball
- Ryan Erikson, Basketball
- Lauren Kerr, Basketball
- Niki Lukat, Basketball
- Blake Mansbridge, Basketball
- Chelsea McMullen, Basketball
- Jasmine Paul, Basketball
The National Scholar Award is designed to recognize the outstanding academic accomplishments of CCAA student-athletes. To achieve this honour, a student-athlete must achieve honours standing at their institution in the current academic year. From last year's 108 CCAA member-institutions, 745 students were awarded the prestigious honour in their pursuit of academic and athletic excellence.
"We had a record-breaking number of student-athletes recognized for their academic accomplishments," exclaimed Athletics Coordinator Graham Matthews. "It's a solid testament to how the Chargers program is developing as a highly competitive program."
Last updated: October 6, 2010 3:13 pm