|October 19, 2006
For Immediate Release
For additional information:
Barbara Kerr, Executive Director of Communications and Marketing
CLARK COLLEGE HONORS SEPTEMBER'S
ATHLETES OF THE MONTH
Volleyball player Danielle Kent and men's soccer player Davor Lukic are honored for their contributions to their teams.
VANCOUVER, Wash. – A freshman volleyball player and a sophomore who is co-captain of the men's soccer team have been honored as the September 2006 "Athletes of the Month" at Clark College.
Danielle Kent, a freshman volleyball player who came to Clark College from Reynolds High School, is the setter for the Penguin volleyball team and is averaging 10 set assists per game along with two ace serves per game. Her serving percentage for the season is an outstanding 98%.
Coaches report that, as a first quarter freshman, Danielle Kent is doing well in her classes as she works toward a bachelor's degree in nursing.
Davor Lukic is a sophomore co-captain of the Clark College men’s soccer team. He is currently tied for fifth in the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges (NWAACC) in scoring with nine goals on the season. He is an impressive second in the NWAACC in assists with eight.
Davor Lukic attended Beaverton High School and is pursuing an associate's degree at Clark College. Lukic, who has a cumulative 3.03 GPA, hopes to transfer to a four-year school to continue his education and continue to play soccer.