31 Northeast Hawks athletes honored by NJCAA

Thirty-one Northeast Community College student-athletes earned NJCAA All-Academic recognition, it was announced by the NJCAA on Monday.

NJCAA All-Academic First Team: 4.0 GPA

NJCAA All-Academic Second Team: 3.80 – 3.99

NJCAA All-Academic Third Team: 3.60 – 3.79

First Team:

Women’s Basketball: Jacalyn Schwanebeck (Hyannis, Neb.)

Women’s Soccer: Emily Simmons (Pierce, Neb.), Taylor Boekhurt (Elkhorn, Neb.)

Men’s Soccer: Jared Hammerlun (O’Neill, Neb.), Massimiliano Simonazzi (Reggio, Italy)

Volleyball: Kalli Brester (Howells, Neb.)

Second Team:

Baseball: Dylan Nicholson (Papillion, Neb.), Jackson Tingwald (Ralston, Neb.)

Women’s Basketball: Blake Mann (Burwell, Neb.), Kori Fischer (South Sioux City, Neb.), Lauren Hunstad (Parker, S.D.), Teagan Pompa (Elgin, Ill.)

Men’s Basketball: Caleb Rihanek (Spencer, Neb.), Junior Oscar (St. Helens, United Kingdom)

Men’s Golf: Matthew Schaefer (Fordyce, Neb.)

Women’s Soccer: Amanda Stricker (Broomfield, Colo.)

Softball: Rosario Garcia (Northglenn, Colo.)

Volleyball: Megan Wehrbein (Lewiston, Neb.)

Third Team:

Baseball: Cade Halvorson (Fruita, Colo.), Hunter Kelchner (Grand Junction, Colo.), Thomas Loseke (LaVista, Neb.)

Men’s Basketball: Ben Moxness (Scribner, Neb.)

Women’s Basketball: Irene Sanz (Vilassar de Mar, Spain), Macey Kulhanek (Howells, Neb.)

Men’s Golf: Mason Stubbs (Randolph, Neb.)

Women’s Soccer: Alexis Wemhoff (Columbus, Neb.), Emily Goc (Columbus, Neb.)

Men’s Soccer: Victor Galterio (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Volleyball: Hannah Heppner (Stanton, Neb.), MaKayla Davidson (Alliance, Neb.)

Softball: Abby Pierce (Brainard, Neb.)

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