Nineteen Student-Athletes inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma
Thursday, April 24, 2014

SHREVEPORT, La. -- Centenary College of Louisiana inducted its second class into the Chi Alpha Sigma National College Athlete Honor Society on Wednesday evening at the annual athletic banquet. Centenary became the seventh school in the state of Louisiana to hold a charter in Chi Alpha Sigma last year and inducted 18 members into the inaugural class.

The group was founded at DePauw University on May 17, 1996, as a student-athlete honor society for the recognition of high academic achievers and letter winners at the collegiate level, and Centenary joins the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, the University of Louisiana at Monroe, Louisiana State University, the University of New Orleans, Southern University and A&M, and Xavier University of Louisiana as schools in the state with chapters on campus.

An invitation to membership is based upon several criteria. The prospective student-athlete must have achieved junior standing and a cumulative grade point average of 3.40 or higher. An endorsement from the head coach is required and the student-athlete must also be recommended for membership by the chapter advisor.

The 2014 Chi Alpha Sigma inductees at Centenary are as follows:

 

Gregory Monette (baseball)

Kody Carson (baseball)

Greg Ewing (lacrosse)

Cameron Hughes (lacrosse)

Christopher Forester (lacrosse)

Daryn Beaugh (men’s soccer)

Kellen Klaus (men’s soccer)

Austin Butler (men’s swimming)

Christopher Feazel (men’s swimming/cross country)

Mitchell Foster (men’s swimming/lacrosse)

Lynsi Unruh (softball)

Brooke Bahlinger (volleyball)

Chelsea Petska (volleyball)

Jackie Argueta (women’s soccer)

Lauren Cullen (women’s soccer)

Alexandria Taylor (women’s swimming)

Lauren Beurlot (women’s tennis)

Ashley McHugh (women’s tennis)

Katie Cornwell (women’s tennis).