Player highlights from recent seasons of Boxer athletics.

Budweiser Hawkins ’15, Track & Field
Budweiser Hawkins

The senior from Las Vegas capped his career by winning the long jump, triple jump and high jump at April’s Northwest Conference Championships. He is the first in NWC history to win all three events in the same championship. His mark in the triple jump is second best in school history and his mark in the long jump is No. 3.

Any Mayhugh ’15, Women’s Lacrosse

mayhugh-amyMayhugh finished her career by being named the Northwest Conference’s first Women’s Lacrosse Player of the Year. The Tigard, Ore., native led the conference in points, goals, free-position goals and draw controls as she helped lead the Boxers to a 14-2 overall record and a perfect 8-0 conference record to win the first NWC women’s lacrosse title.

Jelena Vidovic ’18, Women’s Tennis

vidovic-jelenaThe Vancouver, Wash., native earned First Team All-Northwest Conference as a freshman after finishing with a 14-2 record in singles. She finished the season by winning eight of her final nine matches. Vidovic also finished as the No. 13 player in the Division III West Region by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association.

Marissa Reichard ’16, Softball

reichard-marissaThe Forest Grove native returned from a year off due to injury to being named First Team All-Northwest Conference as a pitcher. Reichard finished the season with a 14-7 record and an impressive 1.44 earned run average as the Boxers tied for second place in the NWC standings and advanced once again to the conference’s postseason tournament.

Tyler Kotchik ’15, Baseball

kotchik-tylerThe senior from Beaverton, Ore., set the Boxers’ single season record with 10 saves, tying for the third most saves among NCAA Division III pitchers. Kotchik finished the season with a 2-1 record and a 4.11 earned run average in 19 appearances. The Boxers finished the season with a 21-19 record, their first winning season since 2012.

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