GPAC Honors Go To Doane Athletes, Coaches, AD

Congratulations to Doane athletes, coaches and the athletic director, who were honored with GPAC awards!

Edwin RonohDoane's Edwin Ronoh was named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Men's Outdoor Track and Field Athlete-of-the-Year.  Ronoh scored 29.75 points in the GPAC Championships for the Tigers.   Ronoh won the triple crown on the year by being named the Cross Country, Indoor Track and Field and Outdoor Track and Field Athlete-of-the-Year.  

Men's Track and Field Coach-of-the-Year honors went to Ed Fye from Doane College.  Doane's men scored 234 points to win men's team championship honors. For more details:

Ross Schulenberg from Doane has been named the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Men's Tennis Player-of-the-Year, while Pete Fiumefreddo from Doane is the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Men's Tennis Coach-of-the-Year.


Greg Heier
Greg Heier, athletic director, was selected by his colleagues as the Hauff Mid-America Sports/GPAC Athletic Director-of-the-Year for 2011-12.

Heier has been the Athletic Director at Doane since May of 2006 and this past year the Tigers athletic program placed second in the GPAC All-Sports Trophy standings. Doane was fifth in the All-Sports standings the prior three years.

In 2011-12 Doane totaled four conference championships and five league runner-ups, while 45 Student-Athletes will earn NAIA-Daktronics Scholar-Athlete recognition. Doane won GPAC titles in Women's and Men's Indoor Track and Field, Baseball, and Men's Outdoor Track and Field.

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