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Two Communication alumSarah Moulters, Sarah Moelter '10 and Kara Zimmerman '11, will be inducted into the Dick Watts Stevenson University Athletics Hall of Fame for 2021.

Moelter is the softball program's all-time leader in shutouts (10), firing 243 strikeouts in the circle over her four-year playing career. She logged 401.2 innings over 77 appearances, boasting a 2.98 ERA with 34 victories. 

Kara Zimmerman 2Zimmerman was a four-year stalwart in goal for the Mustang field hockey program, earning three all-conference and three NFHCA all-region awards during her career. The program's record holder in saves (553), wins (30), and games played (75), Zimmerman earned Stevenson's Female Senior Co-Athlete of the Year distinction in 2011. 

The in-person induction ceremony is set for Friday, April 29, 2022. Including this class, the Dick Watts Athletics Hall of Fame now consists of 60 individuals and nine Teams of Tradition.

All information from gomustangsports.com

Post-game press conference

As Stevenson's women's volleyball team fell to Clarkson University in the first round of the NCAA women's volleyball tournament this year, Coach Dave Trumbo asked seniors Emily Pellini and Mackensie Blevins to join him in the post-game press conference.

Pellini, a senior Business Communication major, was asked to sum up the year in her sport. She responded that she thought the team did everything they could this year and added that she hoped the seniors taught the rest of the team what leadership means. Ending the season with a record of 26-7, Pellini said she believes the group won't lose a beat as they look to 2022. For the full post-game show, click here.

McKale WilliamsSenior communication major McKale Williams was recently the object of Stevenson University head basketball coach Gary Stewart's praise as the 2021-22 season began.

Though he will be sidelined for an injury, McKale was one of 10 Division III student athletes chosen by the National Association of Basketball Coaches to participate in national discussions about issues important to student athletes. Watch and listen to Stewart talk about the honor around 45 seconds into the video.

Congratulations, McKale!

Lauren Davis in volleyballCongratulations to senior Lauryn Davis of the women's volleyball team for a stunning program cover photograph (taken by the incomparable Sabina Moran) for the tri-match on October 2.

Lauryn plays on both the indoor and beach volleyball teams, is a Service Scholar, a peer tutor, a senior resident assistant, and a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success,  Chi Alpha Sigma (for outstanding student athletes) and Lambda Pi Eta (the honor society of the National Communication Association). She is also the co-president of 47 House, the communications and PR club, and president of Stevenson's Ravens Flock.

McKale Williams, basketball playerStevenson University Communication Studies major McKale Williams was recently named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Division III Student-Athlete Development Coalition, which includes "a diverse roster of NCAA Division III men's basketball players... who will provide direct feedback on a variety of national issues to the NABC," according to gomustangsports.com.

"The NABC is committed to helping grow Division III basketball and addressing key issues that impact the sport, and we consider the student-athlete voice an essential component to that process," said NABC Associate Executive Director Nate Pomeday, who chairs the coalition. "The ongoing work of the NABC Board of Directors, Division III Congress and our staff on behalf of Division III coaches will benefit greatly from the Student-Athlete Development Coalition's unique perspective." (photo from gomustangsports.com)

Members of the 2021-22 NABC Division III Student-Athlete Development Coalition include the following:

  • Marcus Juarez, University of Dallas
  • Owen Theune, Ripon College
  • MJ Barnes, Albion College
  • Sean Coman, Hendrix College
  • Blake Gearhart, Clarkson University
  • Barrett Lowe, Hunter College
  • Bryce Hopkins, University of Chicago
  • Jarron Flynn, Connecticut College
  • Daryl Costa, Springfield College
  • McKale Williams, Stevenson University
 
 
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