14 Bluffton University spring athletes earn HCAC All-Academic Awards
By Bill Hanefeld Jr., sports information director
June 7, 2006
BLUFFTON, Ohio - The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference recently announced the
spring recipients of the HCAC All-Academic Awards for the 2005-06 school year.
Six women's and two men's track and field athletes were honored for their efforts
in the classroom. Jennifer Creamer (Westerville/Westerville South), Rachel Dionne (Hillsboro, N.H./Hillsboro-Deering), Kirstie Dravenstott (Smithville/Smithville), Sarah Humphrey (Upper Sandusky/Upper Sandusky), Jennifer Lehman (Berne, Ind./South Adams) and Rita Muether (Celina/Celina) were the women's recipients while Dan Rosebrock (Napoleon/Napoleon) and Mike Koch (Liberty Center/Liberty Center) earned All-Academic on the men's side.
In addition to earning the All-HCAC Team Academic Award, three individuals from the
softball team were named HCAC All-Academic for 2005-06. Sarah Betts (Bryan/Bryan), Carrie Weisbecker (Okeana/Ross) and Tonya Dean (Kettering/Kettering) were lauded for their accomplishments as student-athletes.
Three members of the baseball team received HCAC All-Academic honors for 2005-06.
Steve Bogner (Willard/Willard), Lowell Wyse (Camden, Mich./Hesston J.C.) and Kyle White (Berne, Ind./South Adams) were all recognized for their academic accomplishments
at Bluffton University.
To earn this honor, a student-athlete must have completed a full year at the institution,
be a varsity athlete and carry a minimum cumulative grade point average through the
semester preceding the end of the season.