Players inducted into Chi Alpha Sigma
May 26, 2016 | 10:51 AM
Chi Alpha Sigma works with NCAA and NAIA member institutions to recognize outstanding college student-athletes for their successes both on the field of competition and in the classroom.
Criteria for induction into Chi Alpha Sigma:
1. Must attend a four-year accredited college or university that is a member of the NCAA or NAIA
2. Must have earned a letter in a varsity intercollegiate sport sponsored by the NCAA or the NAIA.
3. Must have achieved at least junior academic standing by the fifth semester or seventh quarter as determined by the certifying institution.
4. Must have achieved a minimum cumulative 3.4 (on a 4.0 scale) or equivalent grade point average by the time of the selection process. Local chapters may require a higher minimum cumulative grade point average, if they choose.
5. Must have endorsement from the head coach of his/her sport.
6. Must have official documentation from the registrar's office as to class standing and grade point average.
7. Must be recommended by the college or university Chapter Advisor.
8. Must be of good moral character.
Earning this honor was James Bledsoe, wide receiver from Lee's Summit, Missouri, Christian Liberty Academic School, Joe Legendre, and center from Fairmont City, Illinois, Collinsville High School, and junior Laren Sanford, offensive guard from Greencastle, Indiana, North Putnam Senior High School.