Sun Dec 16
2:00 PM
Bridgewater (Va.)
Mary Baldwin
Sat Dec 29
2:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at East. Mennonite
Wed Jan 02
6:00 PM
N.C. Wesleyan
Mary Baldwin
Sat Jan 05
2:00 PM
Pfeiffer
Mary Baldwin
Sun Jan 06
2:00 PM
Meredith
Mary Baldwin
Wed Jan 09
6:00 PM
Greensboro
Mary Baldwin
Sat Jan 12
2:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Methodist
Sun Jan 13
2:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at N.C. Wesleyan
Sat Jan 19
vs. Wake Forest Invitational
@ JDL Fastrack, Winston-Salem
Sat Jan 19
2:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Pfeiffer
Wed Jan 23
6:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Averett
Fri Jan 25
vs. Finn Pincus Invitational
@ Roanoke College
Sat Jan 26
vs. Finn Pincus Invitational
@ Roanoke College
Sat Jan 26
2:00 PM
Methodist
Mary Baldwin
Sat Feb 02
2:00 PM
William Peace
Mary Baldwin
Sun Feb 03
vs. Vince Brown Invitational
@ Christopher Newport University
Sun Feb 03
2:00 PM
Salem
Mary Baldwin
Fri Feb 08
vs. VMI Winter Relays
@ Virginia Military Institute
Sat Feb 09
vs. VMI Winter Relays
@ Virginia Military Institute
Sat Feb 09
2:00 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Greensboro
Fri Feb 15
vs. UCS Invitational
@ JDL FastTrack
Sat Feb 16
vs. UCS Invitational
@ JDL FastTrack
Sat Feb 16
7:30 PM
Mary Baldwin
at Shenandoah
Sat Feb 23
2:00 PM
Guilford
Mary Baldwin
Sat Feb 23
2:00 PM
Franklin & Marshall
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MBU Student-Athletes Named to the VaSID Academic All-State Team

ASHLAND, VA – Mary Baldwin University placed six student-athletes on the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID) Academic All-State Team that was released recently.  Those selected were Katherine Bernal Vigil (Outdoor Track), Kate Dickinson (Softball), Anais Gutierrez (Tennis), Tatyana Johnson (Volleyball), Lindsay Risenhoover (Cross Country) and Jaquelin Rosas (Cross Country, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field).

Bernal Vigil, a biochemistry major with minors in math and leadership studies, has been a sprinter for two seasons on the outdoor track & field team. She received the team’s Most Improved Award this past spring.  The second-year student from Lorton, VA was named to the USA South and MBU All-Academic team each year that she has been eligible.  She plans to attend medical school after graduation.

Dickinson, a four-year math major, was voted as the MBU Rookie of the Year her first season.  She has also received the National Fastpitch Coaches Association All-America Scholar Athlete Award and been named to the USA South All-Academic team each year that she has been eligible.  Along with being honored as a Mary Baldwin Scholar Athlete each year, she earned the school’s nomination for NCAA Woman of the Year this past spring.

Gutierrez, a second-year applied mathematics major with minors in physics and leadership studies, joined the tennis team this past season.  She was named to the USA South All-Academic team and the MBU All-Academic team.  A member of the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership, the Texas native plans to serve as a pilot in the United States Air Force after graduation.

Johnson, a biology major with a biomedical emphasis, received the Mary Jane Donnalley Award as the student-athlete with the highest GPA this spring.  The second- year student was also named to the USA South and MBU All-Academic teams each year of eligibility.  The Rockingham, VA native plans to continue her education and become a veterinarian after graduation.

Risenhoover, a third-year English major with minors in psychology and education, was Mary Baldwin’s Top Runner and received the Mary Jane Donnalley Award during her second year.  A member of the USA South and MBU All-Academic team, she plans to commission as an officer in the United States Army upon graduation.

Rosas, a second-year social work major, received numerous awards during her first year of competition.  She earned the Most Improved Award in cross country, the Top Athlete Award in indoor track, and the Newcomer Award in outdoor track.  Rosas, also a member of the Virginia Women’s Institute for Leadership, earned a spot on the USA South and MBU All-Academic team.