Five Hawks named NSCA All-American Athletes of the Year

Five Hawks named NSCA All-American Athletes of the Year

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Five Huntingdon student-athletes were among those honored with the release of the National Strength and Conditioning Association's All-American Athlete of the Year awards.

The five Hawks recognized were Dakota Beane, DeAndre Beck, Juliette Harp, Bria Rochelle and Anthony Wood. Each athlete was nominated by Huntingdon Director of Strength and Conditioning Charlie Goodyear, for their determination to improve in athletics while maintaining academic prominence.

This is the 39th year the NSCA has presented the All-American Athlete of the Year awards. 

                        

                                   

 

2017: Audrianna Hargitt (Volleyball/Beach Volleyball), D.J. Horner (Men's Lacrosse), Jesse Rowlen (Wrestling), Will Thrash (Men's Golf), Cody Shoemaker (Baseball), Jello Weatherspoon (Women's Basketball), Drew Wheeler (Football)

2016: Jenna Dorman (Women's Basketball), Jesse Dunn (Softball), Jake Green (Football), Octavis Harris (Football), John Iwaniec (Football), Patrick Kucera (Baseball) Deon Maxwell (Wrestling), Alec Raley (Baseball), Landon Sessions (Baseball), Jacob Wright (Football)

2015: Phillip Bagley (Football), Taylor Belsterling (Football), Jamichael Bibb (Football), Lauren Condon (Volleyball), Jordan Criswell (Baseball), J. Gardiner (Baseball), Kalen Morgan (Volleyball)

2013: Dakota Hooper (Football)

2011: Keith Anthony (Football)