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Sterling Announces Outstanding Senior Athletes
May 19, 2008
Sterling College Athletic Director Andy Lambert and the SC Athletic Department have announced the 2008 Outstanding Senior Athletes. This year’s outstanding senior athletes are Joey Gilsdorf, Jaymi McAnally and Natalie Gordon. “These three senior student-athletes have been tremendous to their respective programs on and off the field,” said SC Athletic Director Andy Lambert. “They have represented Sterling College extremely well and are well deserving of this award.” Gilsdorf, a 6’5, 285lb, offensive lineman, Providence, Utah was a unanimous and Repeat selection by the KCAC football head coaches as an offensive lineman on the KCAC All-conference First-team Offense honor team. Gilsdorf helped protect the #11th best offense in the nation this season. Joey is the first player ever to be named a first team All-American by the AFCA from SC. "This is a tremendous honor for Joey and our program," said Sterling College Head Coach Andy Lambert. "He (Joey) had an outstanding senior season and probably one of the best four year careers that I have ever coached. This is a very deserving honor for a great young man who has been an instrumental part of our success the past four seasons."
Joey has been an All-KCAC performer for three seasons and has been a part of the SC football team for four seasons and the Warriors have an overall record of 25-14. He is majoring in Business Administration at Sterling College.
McAnally, a 5’6, forward, from Buda, Texas was another All-KCAC First Team performer this season for the third time in her career. She was named to the Honorable Mention list her freshman year despite only playing in ten games after suffering a broken leg. Jaymi was a named to NAIA All-Region Team twice in her career and was a six-time KCAC Player of the Week and a two-time Region Player of the Week. “Jaymi has been nothing but s