The senior outside hitter passed 1,000 career kills during the season and had the highest hitting percentage among players with at least 100 attacks at .237. Kaat was second in overall kills with 248 and points with 283. She led the team in kills per set with 2.64 and points per set at 3.01.
The senior defender logged more than 1,000 minutes, despite having a cast on his arm during the second half of the season. Clayton scored his second career goal in the season finale against Rockhurst. He was also named the GLVC Sportsmanship Award winner for the Bulldogs.
The sophomore running back led the nation in rushing with 2,074 yards. He was named an American Football Coaches Association first-team All-American after averaging more than 172 yards per game. Schrader also led Division II – and finished second in all NCAA football – in touchdowns scored with 26.
Hickey earned all-region honors as the Truman women’s soccer team posted their 28th straight season with a .500 record or above. The Bulldogs went 10-4-3 and 9-2-3 in conference play to finish third in the league. Hickey played every minute of the season at the center midfield position and was second on the team in scoring with four goals and four assists. She was a first-team All-GLVC selection.
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
The senior wrapped up his cross country career as the top runner on the team most of the season. Cormier was the individual winner at the Illinois College Invitational in October and placed 25th at the GLVC Conference meet and 56th at the NCAA Midwest Regional. He ran in 27 career cross country meets at Truman and took home four individual race championships.
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY
The junior was Truman’s top female runner this fall. She was the individual champion at the Illinois College meet and was the top placing Bulldog at the GLVC Championships and NCAA Midwest Regional.