Walking the orange carpet before the show, Lewis & Clark student-athletes were honored at the 2018 Excellence in Lewis & Clark’s Year of Sports awards. Miyah Leith of women’s basketball and Gordon Barrows and Brenden Barrows of men’s tennis took the top awards.
The Lewis & Clark's Miles French breaks the 100 Breaststroke school record with a time of 58.66 helping the men place fifth overall. The women Pioneers also move up from sixth to fifth on the last day of the Logger Invite.
Drew Groshong of men’s golf and Frances Swanson of women’s cross country and track and field earned Northwest Conference First-Team Scholar Athlete honors as Lewis & Clark put nearly 80 student-athletes on the Academic All-NWC team.
The 1991 football team, the 2005-06 women’s rowing team and five individuals, as well as the Pioneers mascot, Buddy, will be inducted to the Lewis & Clark Hall of Fame on Oct. 20. Jeremy Cox '98, Chris Edison '84, Carla McHattie '06, Dick Voll '53, '58 and Jerry Walker '92 received individual selections.
Lewis & Clark’s men’s and women’s swimming teams ranked third among Northwest Conference teams that earned College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America Spring 2017 Scholar All-America Teams
Lewis & Clark student-athletes excelled in the classroom with more than 55 Pios making the Spring 2017 Dean’s List. Director of Student-Athlete Development Kayleigh McCauley announced that 18 of the 19 varsity athletics programs were above a 3.0 GPA during the semester.
Director of Student-Athlete Development Kayleigh McCauley announced that 17 student-athletes across nine Lewis & Clark teams are now Certified Peer Educators through the Bacchus Network, which is a landmark program associated with NASPA - Student Affairs Professionals in Higher Education.