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Spring Baden Athletes of the Year Announced

Women’s Tennis

Rixing Xu
Sophomore, Bellevue College

Bellevue College Sophomore Rixing Xu has won her second Baden Player of the Year award in Tennis.

Rixing led the Bulldogs to the NWAACC Women’s Tennis Championship this season and won her second consecutive individual title.

She also repeated as a doubles champion.


Men’s Tennis

Nao Iwamoto
Freshman, Skagit Valley College

Skagit Valley College freshman Nao Iwamoto comes to Skagit Valley from Tsukaba Japan and had an outstanding freshman season.

Iwamoto won the single’s championship defeating Spokane’s Blake Lynd 6-0, 6-4 then won a marathon match with Treasure Valley’s Jonahs Joudrey 5-7, 6-4, 6-4.


Evan OmeliaMen’s Golf

Evan Omelia
Sophomore, Community Colleges of Spokane

Hailing from Oxenby, England, Spokane sophomore, Evan Omelia has been named the Baden Athlete of the Year in Men’s Golf.

Omelia finished second at the 2014 NWAACC Golf Championships and was the leading player for the 2014 team champions, Spokane Sasquatch. Omelia won multiple individual titles this year and finished no lower than 5th.


Hope NeidholdWomen’s Golf

Hope Neidhold
Sophomore, Columbia Basin College

The Columbia Basin College sophomore from Richland, Washington finished her career in fine fashion by winning the NWAACC women’s individual title.

She led her teammates to a team golf title this year as well. Neidhold also won three tournaments this past year. Her consistent play and outstanding leadership was on display every time she was out on the course.


Anteneh WotichaMen’s Track & Field

Anteneh Woticha
Freshman, Clark College

Clark’s Anteneh Woticha culminated an outstanding season by winning the High Point Award with 26 points (1st place 1500m, 5000m, 3rd 800m) at the 2014 NWAACC Track and Field Championships.

For his outstanding perfromance at the Championships he was named Co-Track Athlete of the Meet.


Jessica MildesWomen’s Track & Field

Jessica Mildes
Sophomore, Community Colleges of Spokane

Jessica Mildes concluded her sophomore campaign by sweeping the distance races, winning the 1500m, 5000m, 10000m, and 3000m steeplechase at the 2014 NWAACC Championships. In doing so, Mildes is the first women in NWAACC history to take all four distance events.

Her wins racked up 40 points for the Bigfoot, giving Mildes the Women’s High Point Award, Track Athlete of the Meet, & Baden Track & Field Athlete of the Year. She also shattered the National junior college record in the 10K earlier this season.

Mildes is the first NWAACC student-athlete to win Baden Athletes of the Year awards in two separate categories and is also the first student-athlete in NWAACC history to win three in two years.

Cheyenne BargerSoftball

Cheyenne Barger
Sophomore, Treasure Valley Community College

Sophomore Cheyenne Barger led the NWAACC in batting average with .587, runs batted in with 85 and in home runs with 25.

Her power numbers dwarf in comparison that she struck out only 4 times in 138 at bats.

Barger led the Treasure Valley Chukars to a third place finish at the 2014 NWAACC Softball Championship Tournament.


Baseball

TC Florentine
Sophomore, Edmonds Community College

TC Florentine an all-league centerfielder at Edmonds Community College has been named the Baden Athlete of the Year in Baseball.

TC was the North Region MVP, and two-time Gold Glove award winner. He has also won ABCA West Coast Pacific Division Gold Glove.

TC is also a member of the NWAACC All-Academic Team. TC will continue his academic and athletic career at Santa Clara University.



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