Pasco-Hernando State College Volume XIV, Issue II Fall 2020 | Page 17

There’s No Stopping a Bobcat PHSC Bobcats put another banner year in the books. An impressive 53 student-athletes achieved grade point averages over 3.0 and five studentathletes with 4.0 in the academic year 2019- 2020—despite the NJCAA’s decision to cancel all spring sports competitions in March, as a result of COVID-19. Athletic Commitments Congratulations to the 14 student athletes who committed to next level play. Baseball Michael Haydak – Virginia Commonwealth University (VA) Aaron Steinhart – Butler University (IN) Dominic Diaz – Bethune Cookman University Milan Ellerson – Augusta University (GA) Stephen Wilmer – Florida Gulf Coast University Connor Berry – Florida Southern University Devin Blair – Saint Leo University Basketball Daniel Derice – Oneonta State University (NY) Theaplais Williams Jr. – Point University (GA) Volleyball Alyssa Lake – Coker University (SC) Arianna Colon – Catawba College (NC) Morgan Bullinger – Northwestern Oklahoma State University (OK) Lindsey Christianson – Bethel University (TN) Cross Country Olivia D’Angelo – University of Tampa Isabel Oliveto – Southeastern University NJCAA All-Academic Team First Team – 4.0 GPA Leah Grant – Softball Ashtin Jordan – Softball Aaron Steinhart – Baseball Sydney Stoltzfoos – Cross Country Second Team – 3.8-3.99 GPA Morgan Bullinger – Volleyball Jackson Ross – Baseball Patrick Sheran – Baseball Zoey Speros – Cross Country Stephen Wilmer – Baseball Third Team – 3.6-3.79 GPA Arianna Colon – Volleyball Breana Delgado – Softball Payton Hudson – Softball Brenna Moran – Cross Country Ashley Nickisher – Softball Tierra Riley – Softball Taylor Rohrer – Baseball Joann Speros – Cross Country NJCAA Academic Team Awards (Qualifications – Team GPA 3.0 and higher) Half Marathon – 3.22 Softball – 3.18 Cross Country – 3.13 Baseball – 3.10 Volleyball – 3.00 Coach’s Kudos Larry Behm, Men’s Basketball Assistant Coach is set to be inducted into the New York State Basketball Hall of Fame this year. Behm, a Central New York native, is one of 13 inductees into the Hall of Fame’s 2020 class. The official ceremony, originally scheduled for March, was delayed due to the coronavirus. FALL 2020 15