LEWISTON, Idaho – Eight Cumberland baseball players – seniors Tyler Anderson, Kevin T. Greene, Bryan Haney, Sam Lind and Matthew Sedgwick, junior Tyler Alford and redshirt sophomores Chris Hall and Drew Chester – were all named NAIA-Daktronics Scholar-Athletes this week during the 2014 Avista-NAIA World Series.
Student-athletes must be a junior or senior academically and maintain a 3.50 grade-point-average or above to be eligible for the award.
Alford has registered a 3.73 GPA in Health and Human Performance, while Anderson holds a 3.83 in Business Administration and Chester carries a 3.98 in Health and Human Performance. Greene has recorded a 3.77 GPA in Health and Human Performance, Hall has a 3.99 in Accounting and Haney holds a 3.76 in Health and Human Performance. Lind carries a 4.00 GPA in the master’s program in Business Administration and Sedgwick holds a 3.66 in the master’s program in Sport and Exercise Pedagogy.
A total of 257 student-athletes from more than 100 institutions were honored by the NAIA.
Tyler Alford, 3.73, Health and Human Performance
Tyler Anderson – 3.83, Business Administration
Drew Chester – 3.98, Health and Human Performance
Kevin T. Greene – 3.77, Health and Human Performance
Chris Hall – 3.99, Accounting
Bryan Haney – 3.76, Health and Human Performance
Sam Lind – 4.00, Master’s in Business Administration
Matthew Sedgwick – 3.66, Master’s in Sport and Exercise Pedagogy