Athletes of the Month » March 2019

March 2019

Congratulations to our March Athletes of the Month!
Tyler Glennon, Senior
Varsity Baseball
"Tyler is a four-year letter winner on the varsity baseball team. His dedication and commitment to our program has grown rapidly, particularly on the offensive end. During the last three games in March, Tyler led the team's batting average with .500, earned 4 runs, and accumulated 5 RBIs. On the defensive end, Tyler can play any position for us. Just recently Tyler has been a relief pitcher and we are seeing tremendous growth. We wish him the best during his final season." - Head Coach Chester Kuschmider
Meghan Luebehusen, Senior
Varsity Softball
"Since the start of the season, Meghan has been dedicated to the softball program. She has a strong work ethic and continues to ask questions to better understand the game. As a result, Meghan's softball experience allows her to be a better decision-maker on the field. Meghan's defensive fundamentals and flexibility to play in different positions have helped our team in critical moments this season. Her hitting has also improved tremendously, as she has learned how to better read pitches. Because of her patience at-bat, Meghan leads the team in walks. We are grateful to have such an important asset to our program." - Head Coach Jill Bianco
Enow Otto, Sophomore
Boys Track & Field
"Enow excelled in both Long Jump and Triple Jump after competing against larger schools in our first meet at the Urbana Invitational. He finished in first place in Long Jump (19'8") and fourth in Triple Jump (38'5") despite the frigid weather that day. Enow is currently the second best in both jumping events among Deaf prep schools this season." - Head Coach Randy Shank
Alyssa Glennon, Sophomore
Girls Track & Field
"Alyssa is an extremely hard-working athlete who has established herself as a solid hurdler in both the 100M and 300M hurdling events. Earlier this season, she achieved personal bests in the 300M hurdles (53.19) and 4x400M relay (4:30.54). She also qualified for the finals in the 100M hurdles at the Urbana Invitational with a time of 18.16. Nationally, she is currently the best 100M hurdler among Deaf prep school teams this season." - Head Coach Randy Shank