Pacific sees 213 boxers named to the NWC Scholar Athlete Team
HILLSBORO, Ore.— The Northwest Conference (NWC) recognized 1,691 physical education students for their achievements in the classroom and on the field. Pacific had a total of 213 student-athletes named to the NWC Scholar-Athlete Team.
To be eligible, a student-athlete must have a cumulative GPA of 3.50 or higher at the end of the academic year and have competed throughout varsity season.
Student-Athlete Team Breakdown:
Men’s Basketball: 16th
Women’s Basketball: 16th
Men’s cross-country skiing: 5th
Women’s cross-country skiing: 13th
Men’s Golf: 5th
Ladies Golf: 3rd
Women’s Lacrosse: 5th
Rowing women: 6
Men’s soccer: 10
Women’s soccer: 13
Men’s swimming: 3
Women’s swimming: 5th
Men’s tennis: 6th
Women’s tennis: 4th
Men’s Athletics: 9th
Athletics women: 16th
Women’s volleyball: 20
Men’s wrestling: 5
Women’s wrestling: 3
In total: 213
Additionally, Ryan Krout by Pacific Baseball and Camy Aguinaldo of Pacific Women’s Basketball were named NWC First Team Scholar-Athletes for their excellence in school and success in their competitive sport.
Pacific University (Ore.)
baseball / senior
Washougal, Washington / Washougal
Major: Exercise Science – Integrative Physiology
A member of the Pacific Boxers baseball team, Ryan Krout was a two-time second-team All-NWC honoree and earned first-year honors in his senior season. He concluded that his senior year had a .315 batting average, 11 homers, 13 doubles, 52 RBIs and 37 runs scored. Krout is a career doubles program record holder with 44.
An Exercise Science – Integrative Physiology major with a GPA of 3,926, Krout was on the Dean’s List from 2017-2022. He was Pacific University Student-Athlete of the Month in March 2019 and a Pacific University School of Natural Sciences Award nominee in 2020 and 2021. Krout served on the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee from 2020-2021 and volunteered at youth baseball camp and Habitat for Humanity.
Krout has been called “a great teammate and exemplary leader on and off the field” during his four-year career.
Pacific University (Ore.)
Women’s Basketball / Senior
Honolulu, Hawaii / Iolani
Major: Exercise Science – Integrated Physiology
member of the women’s basketball team, Camy Aguinaldo was named NWC Player of the Year in 2022. She was also NWC Rookie of the Year in 2018. Aguinaldo was a three-time Second Team All-NWC honoree and was named First Team All-NWC after her senior season. She was named to the First Team All-West Region Team (D3hoops.com) and Third Team All-American (D3hoops.com). She finished her college career with 1,994 career points and 20.0 PPG in 2021-22 (most in NWC, 20th in the nation).
A major in Exercise Science – Integrative Physiology with a GPA of 3,918 and a minor in Psychology, Aguinaldo graduated summa cum laude from Pacific University. She was included in the Dean’s List from 2019-2021. Aguinaldo has served as a peer mentor in the Pacific University NHOH club and has chaired the Pacific University NHOH Luau and Hoike Committee. She served as student assistant to the director of sports information at Pacific University and assistant to the operations of athletic facilities. JACO rehabilitation therapy and rehabilitation therapy partner.
“Off the pitch, during the season and in the summer, I tried to reach out to all my teammates. This includes answering questions, asking how life is, a typical physical and mental check-in. Off the court I would also try and offer additional workouts with teammates in the weight room or gym for shooting or running through games, as well as academic support/tutoring for classes people are taking. On the pitch I would constantly give high fives or words of encouragement. I also tried to back a teammate when he was struggling or didn’t understand a concept by giving advice or recommendations. I think I tried to keep a positive attitude while challenging others and myself.”