For the College of Charleston’s graduating student-athletes, competing both on and off the field of play has required dedication and determination. And after completing their final exams, they’ve crossed the finish line on their time as undergraduates.
They’ve worked hard. They’ve had winning days. They’ve had losing days. They’ve struggled at times, but always persevered. Now, they’re poised to move on to the next league of their careers.
From men’s basketball senior Sam Miller‘s plans to pursue professional basketball and coaching to women’s soccer graduate Rachel Kim‘s goal of building a career in accounting to baseball’s Kris Kuhn‘s intentions of attending medical school after graduating with a degree in biology: The future is full of wins for these athletic Cougars.
Check out what some of the Athletics Department’s more than 20 graduating student-athletes want to do next:
- Softball – Summer Jenkins (Geology)
- Volleyball – Mandy Napierala (Communication)
- Offshore Sailing – Sam Tobio (Supply Chain Management, Honors College)
- Women’s Tennis – Anastasia Palaska (Business Administration)
- Women’s Basketball – Cailin Dorsey (Biology and Public Health)
- Men’s Soccer – Michael Waggoner (Finance)
- Men’s Golf – Logan Sowell (Sociology)
- Coed Sailing – Alie Toppa (Public Health)
- Men’s Cross Country – Hayden DiBona (Biology)
- Women’s Outdoor Track & Field – Simone Harris (Public Health)
- Beach Volleyball – Lauren Freed (Special Education)
- Men’s Tennis – Easton Thomas (Marketing)
- Equestrian – Molly Coyle (Finance)
- Women’s Soccer – Rachel Kim (Accounting)
- Baseball – Kris Kuhn (Biology, Honors College)
- Women’s Sailing – Nicole Simon (Political Science and International Studies)
- Women’s Indoor Track & Field – Kayla Ennis (French and Foreign Language Education)
- Men’s Basketball – Sam Miller (Economics)
- Women’s Golf – Anna-Theresa Rottluff (Business Administration)