43 Athletes Inducted To Chi Alpha Sigma National Honor Society

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Lee Athletic Communications

 

The Lee University Athletic Department's mission is to develop and graduate champions in the classroom, in their sport, in their faith and in the community. The department helped fulfill that mission recenlty by inducting 43 student athletes into the Chi Alpha Sigma National Honor Society, which recognizes athletes who excel both on and off the field of competition.

 

Student-athletes were inducted in April and must have achieved the rank of junior or senior, attended Lee University for two or more semesters, achieved a 3.4 cumulative GPA or higher and earned a varsity letter.

The 2021 members are the fourth class in the prestigious Lee honor society, joining 115 other student-athletes who were inducted as juniors over the last three years.

 

"Congratulations to the 2021 induction class! We are extremely proud of these student-athletes; this is a tremendous achievement," said Lee Assistant Athletic Director of Internal Affairs, Jessica McIntyre. "It is incredibly difficult to excel both in the classroom and on the field or court, but these exceptional student-athletes have done so."

 

Chi Alpha Sigma is a nonprofit organization established to recognize college student-athletes who excel both on and off the field of competition. The honor society was founded in 1996 by then DePauw University head football coach Nick Mourouzis. His goal was to provide outstanding student-athletes with an opportunity to become connected within a fraternal association that aligns their educational and athletic successes for a lifetime.

 

Danna

Griffin

Cheer

Julia

Martin

Cheer

Matthew

Smolen

Cheer

Seth

Konkel

Baseball

Joshua

Perez

Baseball

Joshua

Lowe

Men’s Basketball

Ricardo

Gonzalez Cochesa

Men’s Soccer

Joshua

James

Men’s Soccer

Jared

McWhorter

Men’s Soccer

Aidan

Moore

Men’s Soccer

Sagi

Rada

Men’s Soccer

Samuel

Duarte Lopez

Men’s Track and Field

Caleb

Eagleson

Men’s Track and Field

Silas

Eckenroad

Men’s Track and Field

Andrew

Hendry

Men’s Track and Field

Jacob

Lenox

Men’s Track and Field

Dawson

Reed

Men’s Track and Field

Micah

Black

Women’s Basketball

Camryn

Grant

Women’s Basketball

Lynnsey

Keener

Women’s Basketball

Haley

Schubert

Women’s Basketball

Carson

McKie

Women’s Golf

Dariana

Blanton

Women’s Lacrosse

Shayna

Ryan

Women’s Lacrosse

Taylor

De Adder

Softball

Austyn

Durham

Softball

Caitlin

Dickson

Women’s Soccer

Avery

Engels

Women’s Soccer

Julia

Kaset

Women’s Soccer

Lauren

Weimer

Women’s Soccer

Lauren

Good

Women’s Tennis

Lisa

Kirr

Women’s Tennis

Micaela

Maiz

Women’s Tennis

Lauren

Trammell

Women’s Tennis

Larissa

Wieser

Women’s Tennis

Mikayla

Beeler

Women’s Track and Field

Kendra

Irvine

Women’s Track and Field

Brooke

Long

Women’s Track and Field

Toni

Moore

Women’s Track and Field

Celine

Ritter

Women’s Track and Field

Audrey

Royer

Women’s Track and Field

Calina

Croy

Volleyball

Rachel

Junen

Volleyball



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