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CLC student Paige Wallevand named to MCAC Fall Elite ’17 Team

The Minnesota College Athletic Conference has named the inaugural MCAC Fall Elite ’17 Team, which consists of the top performing student-athletes which excel both in the classroom and in the competitive arena. CLC’s own Paige Wallevand was named to this MCAC Fall Elite ’17 Team.

A new conference initiative this academic year, MCAC Elite Teams are comprised of student-athletes who earned All-Academic Conference status during their sport season, as well as earning distinction as an All-Division, All-Conference, All-State or NJCAA recognition.  Each Elite team is designed by the year in which the competitive season and academic semester for which the team member earned All-Academic status.  For the fall of 2017, MCAC student-athletes from volleyball, football, soccer and golf teams vie for placement on the MCAC Fall Elite ’17 team.  Student-athletes who compete in basketball, wrestling, softball and baseball and meet award criteria will earn MCAC Spring Elite ’18 designation.

The inaugural MCAC Elite student-athletes for Fall, 2017, are listed in alphabetical order by college and are grouped by sport. All team members have earned MCAC All-Academic status; their individual sport recognition is also listed.

Of particular note are six MCAC athletes which were named both to an NJCAA All-America teams this past fall while also succeeding in the classroom, earning MCAC All-Academic honors.  Those athlete are:  Paige Wallevand  (Volleyball, Central Lakes College); James Newman  (Football, Dakota College-Bottineau); Shantel Verbout  (Volleyball, Northland CTC); Malik Williams  (Football, Northland CTC); Cami Sletta  (Volleyball, Ridgewater College) and Kalie Jergens (Volleyball, St. Cloud Technical & Community College).

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