COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado — Eleven female student-athletes from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College were recently presented the National Junior College Athletic Association All-Academic Student-Athlete Award.
Three student-athletes were named to the all-Academic first team with a qualifying 4.00 grade-point average.
Representing the Lady Norse soccer squad on the first team are Kaylee Dozier and Morgan Wooten. Both Dozier, a defender, and Wooten, a forward, are from Grove.
Veteran Lady Norse softball third baseman Shelby Prather, from Liberty, Missouri, also garnered first team all-Academic recognition.
Four student-athletes that maintained a grade point average between 3.80 and 3.99 were selected to the second team for their academic achievement.
Lady Norse basketball players Jennah Coffman and Kamry Orr earned second team honors. Coffman, from Tuscola, Texas started at shooting guard while Orr, from Little Rock, Arkansas, started at point guard for NEO.
First baseman-pitcher Rachel Haberman, from Okemah, and pitcher Rylee Willmon, from Luther, are second team selections as members of the Lady Norse softball squad.
Third team all-Academic selections — GPA 3.60 to 3.79 — representing the Lady Norse volleyball team are Mackenzie David, from Pilot Point, Texas and Savannah McAmis, from Hallsville, Texas.
NEO Lady Norse catcher Hailey Seago, from Claremore, and soccer goalie Darista Herrera, from Princeton, Texas, also received third team recognition.