MEQUON, Wis. -- Concordia University Wisconsin is pleased to announce the latest group of incoming student-athletes for the 2015-16 athletic year. The NCAA passed legislation for Division III which allows incoming student-athletes to sign a celebratory form to show they have committed to a respective institution and athletic program.
This list of student-athletes of have an accepted deposit at CUW, signed the form and their respecitive coach had submitted information to CUWFalcons.com.
|Mackenzie Knabach||Volleyball||Crystal Lake, Ill.||Crystal Lake Central|
|Plays for Sky High Volleyball Club. In 2014, her Sky High team won a bid to Nationals by winning their division in Power League. In 2015, her Sky High team was second in Power League and also won a bid to Nationals, as well as won a few other tournaments.|
|Whitney Roehrig||Volleyball||Brillion, Wis.||Brillion|
|She played primarily as a DS/Libero and captained the team her senior year. She was named MVP and all-conference honorable mention in 2014. She broke two school records, including the season digs record and the overall career record for digs in 2014 season after one year of being the team's libero.|
|Makenzie Paszek||Volleyball||Sussex, Wis.||Arrowhead|
|Has earned six varsity letters at Arrowhead High School, three each in volleyball and softball. Helped lead the Warhawks to a 34-9 record during her senior season of volleyball, which included a regional championship.|
|Ryan Kreuser||Men's Soccer||Suamico, Wis.||Bay Port|
|Played three years of varsity soccer at Bay Port. Was an All-Conference player his junior year, which included helping lead his team to an FRCC Championships. Also earned All-Area honors junior year. Has played for the Howard Hurricanes, advancing to state level play and has also played for the Green Bay Lightining premier team.|
|Brian Tener||Men's Soccer||Glenview, Ill.||Glenbrook South|
|Played on varsity team junior and senior seasons. Was team captain senior year, while also being selected as an All-Conference and All-Media team player. Club team, FC United U18, captured a state championship.|
|Teodor Trifunovski||Men's Soccer||Lemont, Ill.||Lemont Township|
|Four-year varsity player in high school on a team that captured two conference titles, three regional championships, and one sectional crown. Finished high school career with 118 points, scoring 48 goals and adding 22 assists. Was an All-State player and also the Conference Player of the Year in 2014.|