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CVCC Garners Six Student-Athletes on Academic-All District College Division Team

Six Catawba Valley Community College student athletes have been honored by College Sports Communicators (CSC) for their academic and athletic accomplishments.

Red Hawk baseball players Bryson Chandler, Matthew Hall, Eli Harpalani and J.T. Carter, Red Hawk women’s basketball player Rylie Hogg and Red Hawk softball player Abigail Teague have been named to the 2024 Academic-All District College Division At-Large Teams, which are selected by College Sports Communicators.

A total of 143 female and 134 male student athletes earned this distinction in the College At-Large Division from CSC. The College Division is comprised of institutions from two-year and Canadian institutions and other institutions who are not affiliated with the NCAA and NAIA divisions.

In order to be eligible for the CSC Academic All-District At-Large honor, student athletes must have a cumulative 3.5 GPA and meet specific criteria regarding games competed in or started.

A sophomore guard from Charlotte, Hogg played in 30 games for the Red Hawks women’s basketball team this past winter. She averaged 11.2 points, 4.4 rebounds and 5.4 assists per contest. Hogg finished her CVCC athletic career ranking among the career leaders in total assists (254, second), assists per game (4.2, second) and total points (627, sixth).

Teague, a sophomore outfielder from Taylorsville, tallied a .374 average, .430 on-base percentage and .429 slugging percentage during her final season for the Red Hawk softball program. She finished her CVCC athletic career with 69 hits, 27 RBI and 21 stolen bases.

A Clemmons native and West Forsyth product, Chandler recorded a .263 batting average, .342 on-base percentage and a .343 slugging percentage during his sophomore season for the Catawba Valley baseball program.

Hall, who is from Garner, N.C., made 14 appearances on the mound this spring for the Red Hawk baseball team, recording a 5-4 record in 12 games started. He struck out 59 batters and allowed 66 hits, 44 runs (32 earned) and 17 walks. His 10.28 strikeouts per nine innings ranked third among Red Hawk starting pitchers.

An infielder from Wexford, Pa., Harpalani recorded 32 hits (seven doubles) and a .327 batting average this past spring for the Catawba Valley baseball program. He also recorded a .431 on-base percentage an .398 slugging percentage.

Carter, who hails from Greenville, S.C., recorded 30 hits, including four home runs, during his redshirt sophomore campaign for the CVCC baseball team. He tallied a .294 batting average, .438 on-base percentage and a .441 slugging percentage.

This marks the second-straight year that Red Hawk student athletes have received this honor. Last year, four Catawba Valley student athletes were named CSC Academic All-District.