Student-athletes named to AD’s Academic List for Fall 2022

Black Hawk College Braves Athletics logoFifty Black Hawk College student-athletes have been named to the Athletic Director’s Academic List for achieving a 3.25 GPA or higher during the Fall 2022 semester.

The 50 student-athletes on the list represent 35% of BHC players. To qualify for the list, student-athletes must be taking at least 12 credit hours.

The softball team had the highest percentage of players on the list – 75% of the team achieved a 3.25 GPA or higher for the semester.

Next was the baseball team with 53% then the women’s basketball team with 38% of players on the list.

“I have a great deal of appreciation and respect for these individuals who epitomize what it truly means to be a student-athlete at Black Hawk College,” said Arnie Chavera, BHC athletic director.

“Their commitment to their academic success will serve them well in life,” he said.

The student-athletes are listed by their hometowns. All hometowns are in Illinois unless otherwise noted.

  • Albany – Ally Reed, softball
  • Andalusia – Nolan Thomas, golf
  • Batavia – Kevin Niedzwiedz, baseball
  • Beecher – Lucas Spence, baseball
  • Bettendorf, IA – Kaitlyn Lindauer, softball
  • Bloomington – Patrick Mulcahey, baseball; Mitch Murphy, baseball
  • Cleveland – Katelynn Emerick, softball
  • Clinton (IA) – Juan Anguiano, men’s soccer
  • Coal Valley – Davis Hoffstatter, baseball; Zach Holton, baseball
  • Colona – Mikala Warner, women’s soccer
  • Columbus Grove, OH – Kamryn Utendorf, softball
  • Cordova – Lauren Neumiller, volleyball; Regan Walston, women’s soccer
  • Davenport, IA – Bailey Emery, softball
  • Decatur – Cameron Rowe, men’s basketball
  • East Galesburg – Ashley VanBeveran, softball
  • Frankfort – Jake Petak, baseball
  • Franksville, WI – Emily Gamble, softball
  • Geneseo – Brooke Harms, women’s soccer
  • LaPorte, IN – Kayla Jones, women’s basketball
  • Lockport – Griffin Brown, baseball
  • Milan – Maverick Chisholm, baseball; Kate Mayerhofer, women’s soccer
  • Moline – Emma Peters, women’s soccer; Ryne Schimmel, baseball; Sam Spurgetis, golf; Vivian Veto, women’s soccer; Rachel Worley, softball
  • Omaha, NE – Christian Hobbs, baseball
  • Orion – Quinn Hoftender, baseball; Ava Terry, softball
  • Orland Park – Justin Egan, baseball
  • Roanoke – Chase Martin, baseball
  • Rock Island – Zack Beckman, men’s soccer; Drew Clark, softball; Dom Ferrari, baseball; Daniela Martinez Hernandez, women’s soccer; Alejandro Torres, men’s soccer
  • Seatonville – Payton Plym, baseball
  • Silvis – Reid Murphy, baseball
  • South Solon, OH – Emma Pitstick, women’s basketball
  • Spring Valley – Alec Bulak, baseball
  • Springfield – Laney Parker, softball and women’s basketball
  • Sycamore – Olivia King, softball
  • Washington – Camryn Marshall, women’s basketball
  • Waukegan – Darius Duff, men’s basketball
  • Woodhull – Hannah Maher, women’s basketball
  • Zadar, Croatia – Lovre Stanovic, men’s basketball