DUBOIS, Pa. — Penn State DuBois student-athlete Kristy Hanes closed out her collegiate athletic career by receiving the John S. Egli Scholar-Athlete Award during the annual Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) awards dinner.
The award was established in honor of Assistant Professor John Egli in recognition of his lifelong devotion to Penn State as a student, athlete, faculty member and coach. The award is presented annually to the outstanding male and female scholar athletes of the PSUAC. Jordan Young, a senior on the Penn State Lehigh Valley men's basketball team, was named the PSUAC Male Scholar Athlete of the Year.
Hanes, a 2017 alumna, played basketball for three and a half years at Penn State DuBois. She finished her career as the fourth-leading scorer in campus history with 778 points, fourth in career steals with 89, first in career three-pointers with 169, and fourth in career assists with 127. She also participated in the campus golf and softball programs. She graduated in May with a 3.92 GPA in business management/marketing. She also served as a Lion Ambassador and orientation leader.
Hanes' other awards include:
- USCAA National All-Academic selection for golf (three years)
- USCAA National All-Academic selection for basketball (three years)
- USCAA Putting Skills Champion (2014-15) golf
- PSUAC Academic All-Conference (three years) basketball
- PSUAC Academic All-Conference (three years) golf
- PSUAC All-Conference (honorable mention) 2014-15 basketball
- Penn State DuBois Co-MVP Award 2015-16