Distinguished Athletes All-Conference First Team Chaselyn Allgeier, Doreen Brabble, Lauren BruunBryant, Noah Cottrill, Micah Crawford, Shelby Engle, Jessica Foster, Tayler Godar, Merrisa Heraldson, Kaya Kelly, Devanny King, Deondre McWhorter, Maggie Murdock, Savannah Robinson, Kaysie Smith and Kyle Weidemer All-Conference Second Team Bea Cameron, Duran Elmore, Natalie Fiepke, Shae Henry, Sharyl Higgins, Tony Kimbro, Payton Lobdell, Tristan Nosek, Scarlett Shelby, Rachel Simms, Emily Snow, Cassidy Taylor and Sandy Young Cheerleader of the Year Kaya Kelly
Center: Whitney King
Gold Glove Honors Steven Mancilla and Damian Rutherford MSC All-Academic Wilson Allen, Alexis Bahl, Chris Bartlett, Corey Carter, Jessica Claxton, Corri Collins, Austin Crawley, Shelby England, Jessica Foster, Rob Franzen, Sydney Goyette, Kelsey Gregory, Trey Gross, Sean Hale, Marissa Hale, Haley Hart, Hayley Hamman, Jacob Haun, Sharyl Higgins, Austin Keene, Devanny King, Jimmy Lacy, Adrienne Letcher, Keira Lopez, Marissa Massie, Ashli Mayes, Miranda Mullins, Maggie Murdock, Madi Ortega, Shawna Parson, Lindsey Pelfrey, Ryan Rodriguez, Taylor Roy, Scarlett Shelby, Rachel Simms, Nick Slucher, Sydney Swingos, Catharine Tincher, Zach Turpin, Kyle Weidemer and Steven Whisler
MSC Female Student-Athlete of the Year Devanny King NAIA All-American Noah Cottrill, Jessica Foster, Devanny King and Deondre McWhorter NAIA Scholar Athletes Wilson Allen, Chris Bartlett, Corey Carter, Corri Collins, Austin Crawley, Jessica Foster, Marissa Hale, Haley Hart, Jacob Haun, Devanny King, Jimmy Lacy, Marissa Massie, Miranda Mullins, Maggie Murdock, Ryan Rodriguez, Nick Slucher and Zach Turpin NWLL Academic All-American Lindsey Woosley NWLL All-American First Team Bea Cameron and Merrisa Heraldson NWLL All-American Second Team Doreen Brabble and Lauren Bruun-Bryant NWLL All-American Honorable Mention Kaysie Smith NWLL West Region Defensive Player of the Year Bea Cameron NWLL West Region Freshman of the Year Lauren Bruun-Bryant NWLL West Region Player of the Year Merrisa Heraldson
BASKETBALL - Women’s basketball battled through the toughest league in the NAIA. The Tigers finished 14-12 with big wins over No. 19 Lindsey Wilson, No. 12 Our Lady of the Lake and No. 16 Shawnee State University. GC also touched the community by raising money for Lauren Hill’s family in a Play for 22 game and to fight breast cancer in the Play for Kay – Think Pink game. Men’s basketball won 21 of its first 25 games, helping coach Chris Briggs tally win 100 in just three-plus seasons at the helm. The Tigers finished 25-8 and advanced to an NAIA record 24th straight national tournament, 34th overall – also an NAIA record. Deondre McWhorter and Noah Cottrill both eclipsed 1,000-points during the season.