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Molly Engel Christensen Inducted: She starred for three NAIA national runner-up cross country squads.
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Whitney Stichka Daberkow Inducted: Daberkow garnered first team all-Great Plains Athletic Conference accolades three times and was named to the second team all-national tournament team in During his high school days he lettered three times in basketball, football and track and field.
At the college level he continued his success, earning four letters in track and field and three each in football and basketball. Dittmer has fond memories of the wide-open six-man football games in high school and playing in the Apple Bowl, which was held in Nebraska City and was the highlight of high school football. He also played in the first all-Concordia basketball tournament CIT.
She currently holds nine individual records including the best and hole score for any meet male or femalethe Seward Country Club course record and the best finish at the NAIA national meet. The graduate was a two-time second-team All-American selection, earning the honor in and The team advanced to the Final Four, and the team advanced to the Elite Eight.
Carl Everts, a alumnus, began a decades-long career of teaching and coaching at Concordia in In he became the athletic director and chair of the Division of Health and Physical Education, positions he held through He resumed duties as Concordia's athletic director from to his retirement in In the spring ofEverts was the head coach for the men's golf program and he remained the men's golf coach until he retired.
Everts was also the first coach to lead the Concordia University women's golf team, winning both district and conference meets during his tenure. Everts coached the women's basketball team for 11 seasons, beginning in As women's basketball coach he helped the Bulldogs bring home the Concordia Invitational Tournament seven times and took his teams to NAIA district playoffs six times.
That team would later be inducted into the Concordia Athletic Hall of Fame. Everts' overall record was He also coached baseball and soccer for one year during his time at Concordia. The three-sport athlete spent two years in the New York Yankee baseball farm system before his participation at Concordia.
A pass receiver and punter in football, his average of Prior to his time at Concordia, Faszholz played eight seasons of professional baseball within the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Braves organizations. He produced a lifetime batting average of. Faszholz eventually volunteered his time as an assistant for many years on the Concordia baseball staff. At the time of induction, Furr held three Concordia program records with lofty marks in the indoor and outdoor long jumps and in the outdoor meter dash.
He led the Bulldogs to an indoor team national runner-up finish. His batting average of. InGonzaga captured its ninth consecutive WCC crown and finished with a overall record.
While at Gonzaga, Dr. Shaw has a passion for service in her communities; she assisted in the Special Olympic Regional Summer Games and Los Angeles World Games as the Field of Play Supervisor for basketball, earning the most outstanding volunteer award.
She has served in the non-profit sector participating internationally with Jumpball Basketball Programme, helping provide free basketball camps and clinics to communities in Jamaica and Haiti. Shaw has used her camp experience working with the Atlanta Hawks summer camp program.
She has also presented at the WBCA Final Four, various universities, and professional development conferences on various topics covering LGBT safe spaces, teambuilding, networking, transitioning from assistant to head coach, and team culture.
In addition, to these accomplishments Dr. Shaw is a certified event planner and owner of Champion Photobooths, a photobooth rental company, based in California. Shaw graduated with a B. In this role, Caitlin leads the development and execution of a diverse portfolio of global, national, and locally-based programs, with a focus on getting kids active and reversing the physical inactivity epidemic.
Caitlin joined Nike, Inc. Prior to joining Nike, Caitlin spent seven years at Mattel, Inc. She is a graduate of the University of Virginia and resides in Portland, OR with her husband and son. Kerri Walsh Jennings is the most decorated beach volleyball Olympian of all-time, with three gold medals and one bronze medal. Her first Olympic appearance came in when she helped the U. Team to a strong 4th place finish.
She would go on to win gold in Athens ingold in Beijing ingold in London inand bronze in Rio in She remains the winningest female beach volleyball player in history with wins.
Currently, Walsh Jennings resides in Manhattan Beach with her husband and three children.
On that date, Mallory Weggemann received an epidural injection to help treat back pain; however, by the time it was finished, she was forever changed. Complications with the procedure left the college freshman paralyzed from the belly-button down.
Weggemann has been a competitive swimmer since the age of seven. After her injury at the age of 18, Weggemann chose to return to the pool.
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In Aprilher older sister found an article in the local newspaper highlighting the Paralympic Swimming Trials for the Beijing Paralympic Games. Still coping with her new disability, Weggemann found one thing unchanged, her love for swimming.
While attending the meet as a spectator with her sister, she met several of the US National Team coaches. The following Monday, Weggemann returned to the pool and has been swimming ever since.
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She touts her Paralympic trials experience as life changing. Weggemann finished the meet with nine World Records. In Augustjust days after being reclassified at the Paralympic Games in London, Mallory showcased her amazing abilities by winning gold and setting a Paralympic Record in the 50m freestyle. Mallory also anchored the bronze medal winning 4xm medley relay team, bringing USA back from fifth place to almost capturing gold! It has been deemed one of the most memorable moments of the London Games, and it inspired many across the world.
Just under four months after becoming paralyzed Mallory was back in the pool, with her eyes on Gold at the Paralympic Games. Having achieved that goal, she decided it was time to chase her ultimate dream, to walk again.
For years, this was something that was deemed impossible, but a new possibility arose and in order to achieve her goal, Mallory reached out to the public to ask for their support through a crowd funding Indiegogo campaign. In order to accomplish this dream Mallory worked very closely with Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN to learn how to use her customized leg braces with the assistance of forearm crutches.
Currently, Weggemann just returned home from the the Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and competed in an unprecedented seven individual events, while representing Team USA in her second Paralympic Games this past September. In addition, Mallory is actively building upon her career outside of the pool as a highly sought-after motivational speaker, writing and other public appearances around the world. Mallory is currently publishing her work monthly for the Huffington Post on various motivational, inspirational and leadership topics and heavily involved in disability advocacy efforts on Capitol Hill, as well as serving as a board member on Delta Airlines Disability Advisory Board.
Mallory is also being featured in The Current, a documentary produced by Make A Hero, a non-profit organization focused on inspiring individuals with disabilities to enjoy the freedom of adaptive sports. He began skateboarding at 12 years old and by 23 was volunteering as a mentor to troubled youth in a juvenile detention center teaching life lessons through skateboarding.
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Today the organization has served over 15, participants and is growing. She regularly teaches graduate courses in program evaluation and positive developmental science, trains graduate students in evaluation science, and evaluates youth development programs trying to make a meaningful difference in the lives of young people. Over the past 15 years, Dr.