WBCA announces nominees to Good Works Team

The 84 nominees will be pared down to 10 by February:

NCAA® Division I

College of The Holy Cross – Alex Smith
East Carolina University – Ariana Jackson
Florida Gulf Coast University – Sarah Hansen
Florida State University – Natasha Howard
Fordham University – Abigail Corning
Furman University – Brigid Morrissey
Georgia Institute of Technology – Shayla Bivins
Harvard University – Kaitlyn Dinkins
Iowa State University – Hallie Christofferson
Kansas State University – Chantay Caron
Louisiana State University – Theresa Plaisance
McNeese State University – NeTanya Jones
Middle Tennessee State University – Janiece Johnson
Montana State University-Bozeman – Jackie Elliott
Norfolk State University – Jazamine Gray
North Carolina A&T State University – Tracy King
Northwestern University – Meghan McKeown
Purdue University – Courtney Moses
Rice University – Nakachi Maduka
Seattle University – Kacie Sowell
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale – Jordyn Courier
Stanford University – Chiney Ogwumike
Stephen F. Austin State University – Daylyn Harris
Texas A&M University – Karla Gilbert
University of Akron – Rachel Tecca
University of Alabama – Nikki Hegstetter
University of California-Berkeley – Avigiel Cohen
University of Delaware – Kelsey Buchanan
University of Denver – Theresa Wirth
University of Hartford – Alyssa Englert
University of Hawaii – Kamilah Jackson
University of Illinois – Sarah Hartwell
University of Iowa – Kathryn Reynolds
University of Kentucky – Kastine Evans
University of Louisville – Jude Schimmel
University of Maine – Elizabeth Wood
University of Massachusetts – Jasmine Harris
University of Miami – Maria Brown
University of Missouri-Kansas City – Eilise O’Connor
University of New Hampshire – Kelsey Hogan
University of New Mexico – Sara Halasz
University of North Dakota – Allyssa Wall
University of South Carolina – Elem Ibiam
University of Southern California – Cassie Harberts
University of Southern Mississippi – Niesha Pierce
University of Tennessee at Martin – Heather Butler
University of Virginia – Lexie Gerson
University of Wisconsin – Morgan Paige
West Virginia University – Jessica Harlee
Western Kentucky University – Chaney Means
Winthrop University – Taylor Calvert
Youngstown State University – Heidi Schlegel

NCAA® Divisions II, III and the NAIA

Central Washington University – Jessica VanDyke
Davenport University – Alison Bouman
Dillard University – Amber Tramel
Gannon University – Jen Papich
Geneva College – Heidi Mann
Georgia College & State University – Shanteona Keys
Hillsdale College – Megan Fogt
Illinois Wesleyan University – Alexa Baltes
Loyola University – Jasmine Brewer
Marymount University – Katelyn Fischer
Metropolitan State University of Denver – Amy Nelson
Minnesota State University-Mankato – Alexandra Wilkinson
Montana State University-Northern – Taylor Cummings
Moravian College – Laura Jordan
Nova Southeastern University – Jessica Valley
Ohio Dominican University – Christina Pentaudi
Oklahoma Wesleyan University – Courtney Backward
Quincy University – Lucy Cramsey
Roosevelt University – Rebecca Williford
Saint Cloud State University – Carley Jeffery
St. Mary’s University – Dezirae Elias
Trinity University (Texas) – Hannah Coley
Union College – Amy Loya
University of Alabama-Huntsville – Shannon Steinert
University of Mary Washington – Sam Partonen
University of St. Francis – Paige Stankus
Valley City State University – Brittany Lehner
Warner Pacific College – Jessica Thoens
Washington University in St. Louis – Lucy Montgomery
Westminster College (Mo.) – Leigh Ann Lutz
Wingate University – Jasmine DeBerry
Worcester State University – Michel’le St. Pierre

More later from me on this…………

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