Congratulations to Chance Resetich and Megan Teal for winning the inaugural Black Hawk College Male Student-Athlete of the Year and Female Student-Athlete of the Year awards!
Logan Frye, women’s basketball coach, received the inaugural Black Hawk College Coach of the Year award.
“It’s a privilege to be able to recognize these student-athletes and Coach Frye for their accomplishments at Black Hawk College,” said Arnie Chavera, BHC athletic director.
“Megan and Chance exemplify what it truly means to be a student-athlete,” he said. “And they did so with enthusiasm and enjoyment. We wish them the best of luck at the next level.”
Resetich came to Black Hawk College after graduating from Hall High School. He will continue his education and baseball career at Southeastern Missouri State University.
Teal came to Black Hawk College after graduating from Delavan High School. She will continue her education and basketball career at Iowa Wesleyan University.
Frye joined Black Hawk College in 2018 as the head women’s basketball coach and compiled a 22-10 record for 2021-22. Frye, his players and coaches also completed 147 hours of community service on five projects with the Salvation Army and Closet 2 Closet during the 2021-22 school year.
Female Student-Athlete of the Year
Women’s basketball team captain
Graduated 3.84 GPA
- 3x NJCAA All-Academic
- 2x Academic All-Conference
- 5x Athletic Director’s Academic List
- 2x All-Conference
- 2x All-Region Tourney
- 2x Team MVP
Male Student-Athlete of the Year
Baseball team captain
Graduated 3.47 GPA
- Academic All-Conference
- 3x Athletic Director’s Academic List
- 2x All-Region
- 2x All-Conference
- Set 4 single-season records
- Set 3 career records
Coach of the Year
Women’s basketball coach since 2018
- 5 community service events
- 147 total hours volunteered
- Team GPA 3.08
- 2 NJCAA All-Academic winners
- 8 Academic All-Conference recipients
- 13 Athletic Director’s Academic List members
- Region 4 Division II District Runner-Up
- 22-10 overall record
- Best record in Arrowhead Conference
- 1 win from NJCAA National Tournament
- 1 All-Region recipients
- 3 Region All-Tourney winners
- 2 All-Conference recipients