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Former CC Athletes: Where are they now?


Janice Knutz – Softball 2013-2014 – has signed with St. Martins University. While at Centralia College, Janice set the single season HR Record with 14 HR’s and the Career HR record with 20 HR’s. She earned NWAC Western Conference All-Star honors twice, was named to the NWAC All-Academic Team, and garnished the Academic Leadership Award in 2014. Janice’s hard work and never stop attitude will pay big dividends for her and the St. Martins Softball program.

Janice Knutz

Kalynn Randt – Softball 2013-2014 – has signed with AIB College of Business in Des Moines, IOWA. While at Centralia, Kalynn earned NWAC 1st team pitching honors twice, was named the NWAC Western Conference Pitcher of The Year in 2014, and holds almost all of the Blazers pitching records. Kalynn’s work ethic, positive attitude, and fierce competitiveness will raise the AIB Eagles to great heights!

Kalynn Randt

Tyson Schmitt, UW Huskies

Tyson Schmitt plays for UW Tyson Schmitt plays for UW
Tyson Schmitt, 6'7 right-handed pitcher, who played one year for Centralia College and had an ERA of .69, has gone on to play for the University of Washington Huskies.
Tyson Schmitt plays for UW Tyson Schmitt plays for UW

Courtney May plays for Concordia

Courtney May, Concordia Cavaliers

Courtney May tears it up for Concordia (by Aaron VanTuyl, The Chronicle, Nov. 30, 2010) Napavine's Courtney May is making a big impact for Concordia University. May, a first-team All-NWAACC West Division pick last year as the starting point guard for Centralia College, is a junior playing for the Cavaliers, and was named the Cascade Collegiate Conference's Red Lion Player of the Week for the week of Nov. 29.

During that span, the Napavine product—who led the Tigers to the State 2B title game her senior year—posted Concordia's first triple-double since 2006 as the Cavaliers blew out No. 10-ranked George Fox, 84-64. May had 13 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds in the win, then had 12 points, seven boards and eight assists against California Maritime, and wrapped up the week with 19 points, eight rebounds and seven steals in an 80-67 win over No. 22-ranked Holy Names (Calif.).

In three games, the left-handed guard averaged 14.7 points, 8.3 rebounds, 7.3 assists, and 5.0 steals. She shot 53 percent from the field, including 50 percent from 3-point range. Needless to say, she's fitting in pretty well at Concordia. The Cavs are 8-3, with eight straight wins after dropping their first three games.