Twelve Vikings Earn Fall Scholar Athlete Honors

Posted December 5, 2016

Marshall, Mo. (December 5, 2016)- The NAIA has announced the 2016 Fall Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athletes.  To be eligible for this honor student-athletes must be nominated by their institution’s head coach, must have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved junior academic status in the classroom.


Missouri Valley College had 12 student-athletes achieve this honor;

Slaven Baskalo (Jr., Novi Sad, Serbia)-Men’s Soccer

Alejandro Corella (Sr., Madrid, Spain)-Men’s Soccer

Daniel Jelley (Jr., Swindon, England)-Men’s Soccer

Vinicius Magalhaes (Jr., Sao Paulo, Brazil)-Men’s Soccer

Kacie Chinen (Sr., Aiea, Hawaii)-Women’s Volleyball

Julie Krebs (Jr., Clever, Mo.)-Women’s Volleyball

Hanna Glastetter (Sr., Washington, Mo.)-Women’s Volleyball

Samantha Voils (Sr., Nokomis, Ill.)-Women’s Volleyball

Laura Bustos (Jr., Madrid, Spain)-Women’s Soccer

Madison Deane (Sr., Eureka, Mo.)-Women’s Soccer

Isabella Moran (Sr., Tinsbury, England)-Women’s Soccer

Tatiana Ramirez (Jr., Stockton, Calif.)-Women’s Soccer


For more information on the NAIA Daktronics Scholar Athlete program, visit




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