Twenty-nine Trojan student-athletes named to DAC Scholar Athletes
June 22, 2011
The Dakota Athletic Conference (DAC) has announced its scholar-athletes. To qualify for DAC scholar athlete, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.25 or higher for the semester.
A total of 29 student-athletes from Dakota State University had been named to this prestigious honor for the spring semester. Below is the list of DSU’s student-athletes named to DAC scholar athlete for winter/spring sports:
Women’s Basketball Katie Bourk – Blunt, S.D. Yui Onodera – Ichinoseki, Japan Courtney Hamblin – Rangoria, New Zealand Ashley Hansen – Clear Lake, S.D. Cassie Jacobsen – Lake Preston, S.D. Julie Munson – Cokato, Minn.
Men’s Basketball Jordan King – Arlington, S.D. Brady Roby – Sioux Falls, S.D.
Baseball Ryan Steffensen – Madison, S.D. Jeremy Jensen – Madison, S.D.
Softball Jenna Basnight – Santee, Calif. Natasha Fritz – Hazel, S.D. Ashley Stevenson – Victoria, BC Canada Sarah Jones – Madison, S.D.
Track & Field Ryan Gimbel – Hill City, S.D. Andy Coy – Hill City, S.D. Anthony Drealan – Fulda, Minn. Kace Groff – Sheldon, Iowa Shane Whidby – Big Stone City, S.D. Joshua Scott – Sioux Falls, S.D. Jerad Schlobohm – Aurora, S.D. Stephanie Uher – Mitchell, S.D. Claire Beck – Dallas, S.D. Brandi Gau – Avon, S.D. Amber Krogstad – Baltic, S.D. Brittany Pearson – Rosholt, S.D. Amy Pheneger – Champlin, Minn. Laura Porch – Martin, S.D. Danielle Rowe – Rapid City, S.D.
Nick Huntimer, Dakota State University Sports Information Director