Southern Oregon University volleyball player Hannah Bogatin and football player Tyler Cox have been selected to the Google Cloud Academic All-District 4 team, as nominated and voted on by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Bogatin and Cox are the second and third Raiders to earn the distinction this fall, joining SOU women’s soccer player Makena Totushek. The honor is designed to recognize the top student-athletes in the NAIA for a combination of their academic and athletic performances.
Bogatin, a junior from Corvallis, is a business major with a 3.62 cumulative grade-point average. For the second year in a row, she’s shared setting duties in SOU’s two-setter system and is averaging 4.7 assists and 1.2 digs per set while helping direct the most efficient Raider attack in 20 years. After posting a match-high 31 assists in SOU’s defeat of Eastern Oregon for the Cascade Conference Tournament title, she was voted the CCC Setter of the Week.
Cox is an outdoor adventure leadership major with a 3.62 GPA, having just concluded his fourth and final season as a guard for the Raider football team. Cox was considered the offensive line’s catalyst before going down with an injury that forced him to miss the final stretch of the season.
Both Bogatin and Cox have previously been named academic all-conference performers and Daktronics-NAIA Scholar Athletes.