Westminster’s 2013 Missouri Alpha Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma Announced 

Athletics News 

FULTON, Mo. – Westminster College inducted the new members of the Missouri Alpha Chapter of Chi Alpha Sigma on April 22, 2013.

Chi Alpha Sigma is also known as the National College Athlete Honor Society. It is an organization established to recognize student-athletes for maintaining a 3.4 or higher cumulative grade point average (GPA) throughout their junior and senior year while competing in a varsity sport. Westminster College is one of two Missouri member schools.

The inductees of Westminster College have shown excellence in the classroom and in the community, as well as on the court/field. Westminster College joined the Missouri Alpha Chapter in 2002 and now has 162 Chi Alpha Sigma members.

The 2013 inductees are:
Taylor Allen, Jr., Men’s Basketball;
Matt Borst, Jr., Men’s Cross Country/ Track & Field;
Tyler Cook, Jr., Men’s Soccer;
Kristen Fisher, Jr., Women’s Tennis;
Courtney Griswold, Jr., Women's Track & Field;
Rai’an Harris, Jr., Softball;
Sarah Heeter, Jr., Women’s Tennis;
Joe James, Jr., Men’s Basketball;
Lori Jones, Jr., Softball;
Sarah Koestner, Jr.,
Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field;
Leigh Ann Lutz, Jr., Women’s Basketball;
Sasha Mohammadi, Jr., Men’s Soccer;
Mary Nestor, Jr., Women’s Tennis;
Sarah Ogar, Jr., Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field;
Beau Reiske, Jr., Women’s Soccer;
Sarah Schneider, Jr., Softball;
Katie Seyer, Jr., Women’s Soccer;
Erin Slay, Jr., Women’s Soccer.

Westminster College values the student-athlete experience and the life-long lessons they learn each day --- some learned inside the classroom, while other skills and lessons are learned on the courts where these student-athletes compete. As President Barney Forsythe says, “Leadership, teamwork, sportsmanship, self-discipline, a commitment to excellence and a will to win, all lead to a life of success after graduation.” Every day at Westminster College is a day to appreciate, reward and recognize our student-athletes for excelling in the classroom, on the field and within their communities.