Chi Alpha Sigma gains 11 new members
FOR RELEASE: Sunday, April 5, 2009Huntington, Ind.-On Sunday, 11 student-athletes were inducted into the Chi Alpha Sigma honor society. This national honor society recognizes student-athletes who excel in athletics and academics.
Membership in Chi Alpha Sigma is given to those who display excellent character and citizenship, an outstanding scholarship of a 3.5 cumulative grade point average or higher, an earned varsity letter, and a junior or senior academic standing.
The following Huntington University student-athletes were inducted:
Whitney R. Abbott, a junior psychology major and track team member from Roanoke, Ind.
Brittney N. Bateman, a junior secondary math education major and basketball and softball team member from Howe, Ind.
Matthew J. Cable, a junior youth ministries major and tennis team member from North Manchester, Ind.
Luke R. Diehl, a junior youth ministries major and cross-country and track team member from Bluffton, Ind.
Jarod D. Hammel, a junior mathematics education major and baseball team member from Andrews, Ind.
Abram M. Janson, a junior middle grades social studies education major and soccer team member from Parma, Mich.
Kevin A. Kyle, a junior recreation management major and basketball team member from Crawfordsville, Ind.
Michelle N. Kyler, a junior elementary education major and cross-country and track team member from Columbia City, Ind.
Bethany N. McGraw, a junior exercise science major and soccer and track team member from Perrysburg, Ohio.
Jill E. Roughia, a senior history education major and cross-country and track team member from Bryant, Ind.
Emily C. Walker, a junior youth ministries major and a soccer team member from Columbia City, Ind.
Chi Alpha Sigma inductees