Local student-athletes to be recognized through Del Mar Academic All-American program

Each year Del Mar Little League recognizes its student-athletes that achieve excellence in academics through the DMLL Academic All-American program.

“The goal of the program is to create incentive for our players to do well in school through recognition and acknowledgment,” said Larry Jackel, Del Mar Little League president.  The program recognizes current active DMLL players that achieve straight “A’s” in the classroom during the little league baseball season.

Del Mar Little League will honor their student-athletes on Saturday, June 2, as part of the league’s championship Saturday activities.

“We are excited about the opportunity to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of our student-athletes,” said Jackel. “These kids have committed themselves to succeeding in the classroom and contributing to the success of their teams on the field.  We want to thank them for their hard work and dedication.”

Del Mar Little League is proud to announce the 2012 Academic All-American Program Award Recipients and congratulates them all for their accomplishments:

Miguel Arguelles, William Attisha, Brian Balo, Andrew Beamer, Jack Behrend, Davis Bone, Derek Bragado, Connor Brashears, Matthew Caprice, Justin Diehl, Cade Eastlack, Wyatt Eastlack, Ben Ehrlich, Jack Farfel, Colin Ffrench, Erik Francis, Corbin Fricker, Spencer Gaut, Michael Hao, Jason Heine, Daniel Hoppen, Max Isaacman, Benjamin Jackel, William Jo, Kevin Kampfer, Rishi Kiran, Kathryn Lynn, Jake Maier, Tyler Masuda, Ted Merrifield, Michael (MJ) Metz, Charlie Miller, Jack Mittemeyer, Andrew Moehringer, A.J. Morgan, Gavin Navarro, Austin Navarro, Miguel Nepomuceno, Mitchell Park, Jonathan Park, Ryan Parkes, Alex Pistorius, Andrew Plewe, Rithvik Rao, Sam Reissmann, Cade Remy, Graham Rice, Matthew Rosenfield, Ryan Sanborn, Ben Schlesier, Conor Sefkow, Jack Shimkin, Ethan Tao, Daniel Wang, Ethan Whitby, Christopher White, Zachary Wiygul, Brian Xia, Camden Yu, Jacob Zhang. Visit www.dmll.org

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