A group of Fort Hays State University students attended the Central States American College of Sport Medicine annual meeting Oct. 19 and 20 in Kansas City. The students participated in various presentations on different aspects of sports medicine.
The American College of Sports Medicine promotes and integrates scientific research and education and practical applications of sports medicine and exercise science to maintain and enhance physical performance, fitness, health and quality of life. The Central States region comprises of Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Oklahoma.
Students who attended are listed by hometown and classification.
ABILENE: Kacey Callihan, graduate student.
AUGUSTA: Cole Camac, graduate student; Kyle Slade, graduate student.
BAZINE: Megan Foos, senior.
BELLE PLAINE: Kelsey Newton, senior.
COLWICH: Josh Bickel, graduate student.
DWIGHT: Kaleena Delk, senior.
GARDEN PLAIN: Jana Perry, senior.
GARDEN CITY: Chris Quint, senior.
GOODLAND: Nate Thompson, graduate student.
GREAT BEND: Diana Cahoone, graduate student.
GRINNELL: Matt Bixenman, graduate student.
HAIGLER, Neb.: Jacilyn Olson, graduate student.
HAYS: Anna Herl, junior; David Spady, junior.
KINSLEY: Mitch Craft, senior.
LEXINGTON, Neb.: Brette Baldwin, junior.
MARYSVILLE: Lana Staggenborg, senior.
PRATT: Casey Garten, senior.
ROLLA: Starburst Newton, senior.
SHAWNEE: Betsy Lisbona, graduate student.
WICHITA: Christopher Caleb Schroeder, senior.