Wilmingotn College students-athletes, staff get involved in community


Members of the Wilmington College swim team — Elyse Spraul, Freddie Snowden, Natalie Those and Rachel O’Donnell — play Apples to Apples at Clinton County Youth Council.


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Wilmington College student-athletes Sterling Clark, Carmen Watson-Stuckey and Ja’Cole Tabor rake leaves at Clinton County Youth Council.


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Those raking leaves at Clinton County Youth Council included WC track and cross country coach Ron Combs and Hunter Stith. WC student-athletes spent the day helping at the facility.


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WILMINGTON — Wilmington College student-athletes and staff were among those from NCAA Division III institutions nationwide participating in the annual Division III Week April 3-9.

The week “is a positive opportunity for all individuals associated with Division III to observe and celebrate the impact of athletics and of student-athletes on the campus and surrounding community,” according to the NCAA. “During the week, every Division III school and conference office is encouraged to conduct a type of outreach activity that falls into one of three categories: academic accomplishment; athletic experience; or leadership/community service/campus involvement.”

Among the activities, WC individuals spent a day lending a hand and participating in activities with youngsters at the Clinton County Youth Council.

Members of the Wilmington College swim team — Elyse Spraul, Freddie Snowden, Natalie Those and Rachel O’Donnell — play Apples to Apples at Clinton County Youth Council.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_D3Week_Swim.jpgMembers of the Wilmington College swim team — Elyse Spraul, Freddie Snowden, Natalie Those and Rachel O’Donnell — play Apples to Apples at Clinton County Youth Council. Courtesy photos

Wilmington College student-athletes Sterling Clark, Carmen Watson-Stuckey and Ja’Cole Tabor rake leaves at Clinton County Youth Council.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_D3Week_Sterl-Cole-Carmen.jpgWilmington College student-athletes Sterling Clark, Carmen Watson-Stuckey and Ja’Cole Tabor rake leaves at Clinton County Youth Council. Courtesy photos

Those raking leaves at Clinton County Youth Council included WC track and cross country coach Ron Combs and Hunter Stith. WC student-athletes spent the day helping at the facility.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2017/04/web1_D3Week_XC.jpgThose raking leaves at Clinton County Youth Council included WC track and cross country coach Ron Combs and Hunter Stith. WC student-athletes spent the day helping at the facility. Courtesy photos