May 23, 2023

Five Tigers earn CSC at-large Academic All-District honors

Posted May 23, 2023 4:00 PM

FHSU Athletics

Five student-athletes from the Fort Hays State men's wrestling and golf teams were listed on the 2023 College Sports Communicators At-Large Academic All-District Team, announced Tuesday (May 23). Representing the women's golf team on the list was Morgan Brasser and Shauna Lee, while Parker Krob represented the men's golf team and Tereus Henry and Cody Hicks were recognized from the men's wrestling team.

College Sports Communicators (CSC) is the new name for College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), changed prior to the start of the 2022-23 academic year. This award honors a combination of academic and athletic accomplishments of the individuals selected. The At-Large category includes student-athletes from numerous sports, including golf, wrestling, beach volleyball, bowling, rowing, fencing, field hockey, gymnastics, ice hockey, lacrosse, rifle, skiing, water polo and men's volleyball.

Morgan Brasser set numerous school records on the course this season, recording the lowest stroke average in a season in program history at 75.8. She was picked as the MIAA Women's Golfer of the Year after winning three tournaments on the year, three of eight top-10 finishes for the junior. She turned in six rounds at under-par, another school record, including tying the record-low round at 69. She earned her third MIAA Scholar-Athlete Award this season. The Andale, Kan. carries a 3.91 GPA as an HHP major emphasizing in Sport & Exercise Therapy.

Shauna Lee competed in all 11 tournaments for the Tigers this season, turning in a stroke average of 82.7. The sophomore fired a low round of 77 in the second round of the Midwest Fall Classic. A native of Andover, Kan., Lee is a Management major emphasizing in Operations Management and carries a GPA of 3.52.

Tereus Henry was an All-American at 197 pounds this season after reaching the semifinals at the 2023 NCAA DII Championships, ultimately placing third. Henry finished the season a team-high 38 wins, turning in a record of 38-4, while also leading the team with nine major decisions and seven technical falls. A redshirt-sophomore that just completed his fourth year of competition, he earned his second MIAA Scholar-Athlete Award this season after going 4-0 in conference duals. Henry, who hails from El Paso, Texas, carries a 3.52 GPA while majoring in HHP and emphasizing in K-12 Teaching/Coaching.

Cody Hicks finished the 2022-23 season with a 16-12 record, finishing fourth at the DWU Open, fifth at the Bob Smith Open and sixth at the NCAA DII Super Region VI Championships. He was 2-0 in conference duals during his sophomore season, recording decisions against opponents from both Central Oklahoma and Central Missouri. A native of Bennington, Okla., Hicks holds a GPA of 3.91 while majoring in Communication.

Parker Krob played in nine tournaments as a sophomore in 2022-23, recording a stroke average of 78.6 across 25 rounds of competition. He recorded five rounds of 75 or better, including a 2-under 69 at the High Plains Amateur. The Stockton, Kan. native is a Biology major emphasizing in Health Professions that carries a GPA of 3.52.

As All-District selections, all five will now be considered for Academic All-America honors voted on by Sports Information/Athletic Communication professionals nationwide in NCAA Division II.