LEBANON, Tenn. – Six Cumberland softball players – Kristian Davis, Paola Del Valle, Tyra Graham, Courtney Miles, Callie Perkins and Taylor Woodring – garnered 2019 Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes, as announced last week by the national office.
Student-athletes must be a junior or senior academically and maintain a 3.50 grade-point-average to be eligible for the award.
Perkins posts a 3.82 grade-point-average in Physical Education/Athletic Coaching while Miles carries a 3.73 GPA in Child Growth and Learning and Graham holds a 3.73 in Exercise and Sports Science. Davis has a 3.63 in Criminal Justice/Public Administration, Woodring posts a 3.62 in Interdisciplinary Studies/Education and Human Development and Del Valle carries a 3.58 in English.
2019 Softball Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athletes
Kristian Davis – 3.63, Criminal Justice/Public Administration
Paola Del Valle – 3.58, English
Tyra Graham – 3.73, Exercise and Sports Science
Courtney Miles – 3.73, Child Growth and Learning
Callie Perkins – 3.82, Physical Education/Athletic Coaching
Taylor Woodring – 3.62, Interdisciplinary Studies/Education and Human Development