Columbia Basin College women's soccer coach Matt Mills recently recognized sophomore captain Taylor Schutzenhofer for her contributions on and off the field for the month of September. Taylor exemplifies success in the classroom and on the field.
Schutzenhofer's attributes as a captain have lead the Hawks to a good start to the 2013 campaign. Taylor has started every match for the Hawks this season and is an integral member of CBC's resolute defensive midfield that continues to strengthen with each contest.
Taylor hails from Kamiakin High School. She brings a positive attitude and stellar work ethic to the women's soccer program.
CBC volleyball coach Mike Baker recently announced Katie Griffith as the volleyball Athlete of the Month for September. Her hard work last winter and spring helped her prepare for this season.
Griffith's contributions include serving 94% with 9 aces. Through September Griffith has also amassed 235 digs. She continues to shine off the court as well where her 3.56 cumulative GPA earned her a place on the NWAACC All-Academic Team for fall quarter.
Coach Baker says "Her leadership and consistency are needed on the court. She keeps a level head and we can count on her to give 100% when she steps on the court."
Columbia Basin College men's soccer coach Corey Chandler recently announced sophomore goalkeeper Antonio Gonzalez has been recognized as the men's soccer Athlete of the Month for September.
As a keeper, Gonzalez is third in the NWAACC in saves for 2013.
Coach Chandler says "Antonio has made a bunch of professional saves for us in the month of September. On top of that he has grown tremendously, and has become one of the leaders of our team."
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