Four Humboldt State student athletes have been named to the 2020-21 National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) All-American team, it was announced on Friday.
The four standouts include Rebekah Baur and Jared Del Real from track and field, as well as softball players Katelyn Dendas and Haley Suter.
The NSCA presents these awards to student athletes who have accomplishments in and dedication to strength and conditioning.
These four were nominated by Humboldt State University’s strength and conditioning coach Drew Petersen.
“Strength is the foundation of athleticism and performance,” Petersen said. “Our athletes spend a great deal of time working on this foundation in the weight room. The NSCA recognizes their efforts with the annual All America Strength and Conditioning Awards.”
Since the inception of the NSCA All-American Awards, 114 Lumberjacks have received the honor.
The first HSU recipients back in 1991 were Jason White (football), Reggie Bolton (football) and Lynell Stokes (women’s basketball).
White was this week named the new head football coach at College of the Redwoods.
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