3 Knights Earn Mid-South Conference Academic Honors
On Wednesday, the NAIA's Mid-South Conference announced the Academic Awards for Football. Kentucky Christian University had 3 names appear on that list:
Curtis Lindner, a sophomore Education major from McArthur, Ohio;
Adam Prohaska, a sophomore Business Administration major from Halifax, Pennsylvania; and
Nicholas Sharp, a junior Business Administration major from Milford, Ohio.
A total of 124 Mid-South Conference football student-athletes earned Academic All-Mid-South Conference honors. In order to be nominated by an institution, a student-athlete must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 on a 4.0 scale and must have achieved at least sophomore academic status.
Cumberland (Tenn.) produced the most football academic honorees from one school with 28. Four football student-athletes own a 4.0 grade point average. Those with a 4.0 GPA include: Bethel (Tenn.) sophomore William Atkins is a mathematics major from Indian Mound, Tenn., Cumberland senior Dren Johnson is working towards his master’s in business administration and is from Nashville, Tenn., Cumberlands (Ky.) sophomore Teddarius Teasley is a criminal justice and human services major from Gainesville, Ga. and Pikeville (Ky.) junior William Gilbert is a biology major from Manchester, Ky.