Kaylea Flick, recent Penn State graduate from the New Kensington campus, was recently named as the female recipient of the John S. Egli Outstanding Student-Athlete Award by the Penn State University Athletics Conference (PSUAC).
Kaylea Flick, left, and Benjamin Midlik, right, stand in the newly renovated gymnasium at Penn State New Kensington. Both students were honored as national Division II Student-Athletes of the Year by the United States Collegiate Athletic Association.
Kaylea Flick, left, a biobehavioral health student at Penn State New Kensington, and Megan Bratkovich, Athletics Director at the campus, stand in the campus' gymnasium. Flick, a student-athlete and member of the volleyball team, was named a 2019 Sportswoman of the Year by the YWCA Westmoreland County at its 25th Anniversary Sportswomen of the Year banquet. Bratkovich, the campus' first full-time Athletics Director, served as the event's keynote speaker.
Cora Rejniak, senior biobehavioral health major at Penn State New Kensington, prepares to hit a volleyball during a recent game. Rejniak is one of six New Kensington student-athletes to earn a spot on a United States Collegiate Athletic Association National All-Academic Team.
Sophomores Andrew Perenic, left, and Kaylea Flick, right, were named All-Americans by the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA). Both were named to the Division 2 All-American second team in men's soccer and women's volleyball, respectively.
Andrew Perenic, left, was named the United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) Division 2 Men’s Soccer Player of the Week, and Christopher Zolet, right, was named the USCAA Division 2 Men’s Soccer Goalie of the Week in Oct. 2018.