Student-athletes named to AD’s Academic List for Spring 2024

Black Hawk College Braves Athletics logoA total of 68 student-athletes at Black Hawk College have been named to the Athletic Director’s Academic List for Spring 2024.

Ninety percent of the Braves softball team – 18 players – achieved a 3.25 GPA or higher for the semester.

Next was the women’s basketball team with 70% of players on the list then the golf team with 58% of its players on the list.

The 68 student-athletes represent 52% of Braves players. To qualify, student-athletes must have completed at least 12 credit hours.

“I am extremely proud of these students, as they embody the definition of student-athlete,” said Arnie Chavera, BHC athletic director.

“Their commitment to academic success is recognized and much appreciated,” he said.

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

  • Andalusia – Nolan Thomas, golf
  • Andover – Ella Sundberg, softball
  • Ankeny, IA – Thomas DeBrower, baseball
  • Asbury, IA – Will Sigwarth, golf
  • Bartonville – Anistyn Connor, softball
  • Batavia – Kevin Niedzwiedz, baseball
  • Bloomington – Jake Morrill, baseball
  • Canton – Meghanne Freehill, women’s basketball and Alexis (Lexie) Shaw, softball
  • Chicureo, Chile – Lucas Nunez, men’s soccer
  • Clinton IA – Reice McCormick, softball and Paige Zaehringer, softball
  • Coal Valley – Talen Butler, men’s soccer and Conner Schimmel, baseball
  • Davenport, IA – Kylie Chapman, softball and Bailey Emery, softball
  • DeWitt, IA – Keeley Jansen, softball
  • East Moline – Madison Gordon, women’s soccer and Isaac Graf, baseball
  • Eldridge IA – Riley Robertson, softball
  • Forsyth – Megan Holub, softball
  • Fort Dodge, IA – Eli Elsbecker, baseball
  • Galesburg – Beau Honeycutt, baseball and Carson Hopping, golf
  • Geneseo – Katelynn Emerick, softball; Johnna Fulcher, women’s soccer; Jaelyn Lambin, softball; Samuel Robinson, golf; and Mason Steinert, golf
  • Hampton – Chassity Colburn, women’s soccer
  • Kalona, IA – Maddie Nonnenmann, women’s basketball
  • Kissimmee, FL – Matthew Mateo, baseball and Adrian Selles, baseball
  • Knoxville – Titus Cramer, golf
  • LaSalle – Mason Lynch, baseball
  • Macomb – Connor Clark, men’s soccer and Nolan Kerr, men’s basketball
  • Malabo, Republic of Equatorial Guinea – Fructuoso (Joren) Nsue Mba, men’s soccer
  • Milan – Sydney Adamson, women’s basketball and Kate Mayerhofer, women’s soccer
  • Milwaukee, WI – Stephen Reed, men’s basketball
  • Moline – Payton Barton, baseball; Quinn Hoftender, baseball; and Jacob Remaly, men’s soccer
  • Mount Pleasant, IA – Andrea Lopreato, women’s basketball
  • Muscatine, IA – Miles Melendez, men’s soccer
  • Orion – Cole Kimball, men’s soccer and Ava Terry, softball
  • Pekin – Ashley Davis, softball and Hailee Irby, softball
  • Port Byron – Parker Friant, golf
  • Princeton – Ean Compton, baseball and Isabella (Isa) Ibarra, softball
  • Rock Island – Zack Beckman, men’s soccer; Drew Clark, softball; Cohen Crawford, men’s soccer; Stevie Dillender, baseball; and Alejandro Torres, men’s soccer
  • Sherrard – Cole Kratzberg, baseball
  • Silvis – Brody Meyers, baseball
  • South Elgin – Chloe Kmiec, women’s basketball
  • Split, Croatia – Ivan Vukusic, men’s basketball
  • Springfield – Laney Parker, women’s basketball
  • Sycamore – Olivia King, softball
  • Tiskilwa – Emma Kruse-Carter, women’s soccer
  • Tuscola – Colton Musgrave, baseball
  • Woodhull – Hannah Maher, women’s basketball
  • Zadar, Croatia – Lovre Stanovic, men’s basketball
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