MMC Track and Field Adds Five Athletes
Mount Marty College is pleased to announce the athletic signings of Emily Boyle, Morgan Citterman, Christina Herrboldt, Justin Sudtelgte, and Sam Voigt to attend the College and participate in the track and field program.
Boyle, who holds the Creighton High School record of 10 feet in the pole vault, placed fourth in the pole vault in the Nebraska Class C 2012 State track meet and fifth in the 2013 Class C state track meet. During her high school career Emily was on the Honor Roll, was a Citizenship award winner and named All-Academic for basketball and track. The daughter of C. Ed and Karen Boyle of Creighton, Nebraska. Emily will be majoring in nursing at MMC. In addition to her athletic awards Boyle will also be receiving an Academic Merit Scholarship.
Citterman, a recent graduate of Lincoln High School in Ivanhoe, Minn., placed eleventh in the shot put at the 2014 Minnesota Class B State track meet. She was also recognized as a Distinguished Young Women of Ivanhoe. The daughter of Archie and Connie Citterman of Ivanhoe, Minn., Morgan will be majoring in nursing at MMC. In addition to her athletic award Citterman will be receiving an Academic Merit Scholarship.
Herrboldt, of Menno High School, had a successful high school career where she placed fifth in the pole vault at the South Dakota State track meet in the class B division in 2013. In 2014 she placed third with a vault of 9 feet. Herrboldt is also a member of the schools 4 x 800 meter relay team. During her high school career she was involved in the National Honor Society, oral interpretation, one act play and band. The daughter of Shannon and Julie Herrboldt of Menno, SD, Christina will be majoring in nursing at MMC. In addition to her athletic awards she will also be receiving an Academic Achievement Scholarship.
Sudtelgte, of Elkton High School was one of the leaders on an Elkton cross country team that took first place as a team at the State B cross country meet in the fall of 2013 and he placed sixth individually overall. Sudtelgte was part of the Elkton track team that placed fourth at the 2014 South Dakota Class B state track meet and he contributed by placing third in the 3200 meter run, fifth in the 1600 meter run, and was a member of the team that placed sixth in the 4 x 800 meter relay. The son of Joe and Susan Sudtelgte of Elkton, SD Justin's will be receiving an Academic Incentive Scholarship in addition to his athletic award
Voigt, a recent Gregory High School graduate, had numerous awards from high school including: Mr. Hustle track award, Most Valuable Runner award for cross country, and JV Player of the Year for basketball. He was also on the A-Honor Roll all four years and involved in All-State and Honors Choir, Academic Olympics, National Honor Society, South Dakota Boys State Senator, American Legion Americanism Award. The son of Tim and Jennifer Voigt of Gregory, SD, Sam will be majoring in exercise wellness at MMC. In addition to his athletic award Voigt will also be receiving an Academic Merit Scholarship.
Head Mount Marty College cross country/track and field coach, Randy Fischer, is excited about the signings of these five student athletes. "All of these students that we recently signed to the program are great additions to us. We not only look for athletic ability but also the ability to contribute to the Mount Marty College community as well. Their hard work and dedication on and off the field will make them outstanding student athletes. Individually, I think all these athletes have a great deal of potential and I believe they will keep improving throughout their college careers as none of them are afraid to work hard. All of these student athletes are going to fit in well with our team given their enthusiasm, energy, and leadership. I expect each of them to have a positive impact on our program."