WPC Senior and Alumnae Team Up Build Futsal Field in Rockwood

Rockwood Snake Court futsal project (Rockwood Initiative photo)Dreams can come true… when you combine vision, hard work, and support.

Community revitalization includes creating safe gathering places for children to play. For Warner Pacific Senior Ricki Ruiz ’16 that meant converting an ad hoc futsal court that was an old roller hockey rink into brand new futsal pitches appropriate for active youth to use.

“As a kid I remember seeing the field locked up. I’m excited to have the space open up to the community so the neighborhood can have a safe place to play,” said Ricki Ruiz, an intern for the City of Gresham. “This location at Vance Park will be for people to engage in a healthy lifestyle while showing off their soccer skills. As a resident of the Rockwood neighborhood, I’m so excited to get out there and play.”

WPC Senior Rick Ruiz and WPC Alum Yesenia Delgado at Snake Court Aug 2015

Ricki and Yesenia

Ricki reached out for help from a fellow Rockwood neighbor, life-long friend, and Warner Pacific Alumnae Yesenia Delgado ’14, program fellow at the nonprofit Active Children Portland (AC Portland).

To confirm they were on the right path with ideas, Ricki sent out a meeting notice over Facebook. Over 30 people showed up to discuss options for the site (known as Snake Court). This gave the duo confidence to take the next steps and Rockwood Initiative was born.

With assistance from the city of Gresham, Multnomah County, Rockwood CDC, and AC Portland, Ricki applied for a grant through the Portland Timbers to improve the site.

In March 2015, the Timbers, through a partnership with Operation Pitch Invasion, announced that Vance Park would be the first of their Fields For All projects.

Fields For All is an organization that identifies ‘recreation deserts,’ or communities under-served by recreational activities for kids, and fills them with safe, healthy, and high-quality playing surfaces.

The Fields Open!
WPC Student Ricki Ruiz at Snake Court opening 2015

Ricki cutting the ribbon to officially open Snake Court.

The Snake Court pitch project* is just one contemporary example of why is the College’s mission so important. WPC provides urban and diverse students an opportunity to grow in a Christ-centered, liberal arts environment, so they can return to their communities, ready to help them flourish!

Rockwood is flourishing with this safe environment for kids of all ages to enjoy. Even before the ceremonial opening on September 22, young futsal enthusiasts were giving the new fields a good shake down. Dignitaries from Gresham, Multnomah County, the Timbers, and sponsors took to the Court to officially open the fields. They were all there because of Ricki’s idea to provide the next generations with a pitch to play on rather than a slab of worn out asphalt.

“When kids don’t have easy access to activity, we believe soccer is the perfect solution,” commented Shawn Levy of Operation Pitch Invasion, one of the key sponsors to the fields.

Ricki Ruiz and Dr. Cook at Snake Court Opening 2015

Ricki and Dr. Cook

Gresham’s Mayor, Shane Bemis, had this to say of Ricki and the project: “This is a great amenity to be used by families and kids. It is all because of a young man who grew up in this community and is still invested in this community.”

Why is it called Snake Court? Ricki explains it is an acronym for “Sports, Neighborhood, Action, Knowledge and Empowerment.”

Read more about this project in an August 11, 2015, Oregonlive.com article.

View photos and video of the September 22, 2015, grand opening on Operation Pitch Invasion’s website.

*The project includes two futsal pitches (or fields) which are smaller than soccer fields where teams of five players compete. The name comes from the Portuguese Futebol de salão , which can be translated as “room football” because it is generally played indoors. Futsal was developed in Brazil in the 1930s and 1940s.

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Summer Commencement 2015

Summer Warner Pacific GraduationCelebrating our graduates’ achievements.

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Warner Pacific honored for distinctive educational excellence by national college guide

Warner Pacific is one of only seven colleges in Oregon on the 2015-16 Distinction list

Warner Pacific is a College of Distinction 2015-16Warner Pacific was honored as a College of Distinction for the upcoming 2015-16 school year. The College of Distinction designation is given to select schools to honor their excellence in student-focused higher education. As one of only seven Oregon colleges on the list and one of three Oregon Christian colleges on the list, WPC was found to excel in all four distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities, and successful outcomes.

Providing an undergraduate education that is teaching-centered and combines innovative learning programs with experiential education opportunities was just one of the ways Warner Pacific excels.

Colleges of Distinction is a web-based guide for high school juniors and seniors seeking a school that is nationally recognized and highly recommended by professionals in the field of education. Colleges and universities are nominated for participation by high school counselors, and then evaluated using qualitative and quantitative research. www.collegesofdistinction.com

“We focus on colleges that are the best places to learn, grow, and succeed,” said Tyson Schritter, executive editor of Colleges of Distinction. “Schools designated as ‘Colleges of Distinction’ create well-rounded graduates and are among the very best in the country.”

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Welcome Dr. Reginald Nichols, Warner Pacific’s New Vice President for Academic Affairs

Dr. Reginald Nichols VPAA and Dean of Faculty for Warner Pacific College July 2015Warner Pacific College welcomes Rev. Dr. Reginald Nichols as our new Vice President for Academic Affairs/Dean of Faculty (VPAA) as of Monday, June 29. The College’s VPAA plays a critical role in the College’s academic direction by leading the faculty, developing partnerships with local high schools and community colleges, providing oversight of academic polices and curriculum as well as serving as the chief accreditation officer.

After a nation-wide search earlier this year, Dr. Nichols was selected to take on the role Warner Pacific’s new VPAA. Dr. Nichols brings a wealth of diverse experience in improving student learning, empowering urban communities, facilitating study abroad, serving first-generation students, and fundraising. For the past 30 years, he has served as a senior educational executive and international / global program initiator in the United States and around the world.

“The work of the Vice President for Academic Affairs has a substantial impact on the life of the College both internally and externally,” said Dr. Andrea Cook, President of Warner Pacific College. “I believe God called Dr. Nichols to Warner Pacific College for ‘such a time as this.’ His proven gifts in administration, educational program management, and fund development will support the College’s rich tradition of providing Christ-centered, liberal arts Dr. Nichols Warner Pacific VPAA with students July 2015education to our students.”

Dr. Nichols received his Bachelor of Arts from Gordon College in Wenham, Massachusetts. He holds a Master of Divinity in Marriage and Family Counseling from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, and a Doctor of Education in Organization and Leadership – International and Multicultural Education from the University of San Francisco. Dr. Nichols has written and presented extensively on topics related to student achievement and engaging urban families through education, community partnership, development, and strategic planning. He has a long-standing relationship with the Kellogg Foundation, and serves as President of the Board of the Kellogg Fellows Leadership Alliance.

Dr. Nichols with Robin Gordon, Warner Pacific, 2015As an ordained minister committed to the liberal arts as a solid foundation for a student’s understanding of his/her purpose in life, Dr. Nichols will advance the College’s mission of cultivating a Christ-centered learning community for students from diverse backgrounds.

Dr. Nichols was selected as former Dean, Dr. Cole Dawson, shifts to full time teaching. Under Dr. Dawson’s 10 year service as the College’s VPAA, Warner Pacific enjoyed significant growth in the Adult Degree Program and other academic programs. Students will once again enjoy Dr. Dawson’s teaching as he returns to campus this fall as a full-time professor of history.

Warner Pacific students will official meet Dr. Nichols during the College’s Welcome Weekend at the end of August when classes resume.

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Governor Brown Proclaims August 3-7 as “Oregon Private College Week”

Oregon Governor Kate Brown 2015Governor Kate Brown declared August 3-7, 2015, to be Oregon Private College Week. The proclamation cites the indispensable contributions of the state’s private, nonprofit sector of higher education to Oregon’s communities and to the state’s 40-40-20 education attainment goal.

Eleven private, nonprofit colleges and universities across the state are opening their doors to prospective students and their families during Oregon Private College Week. Students who visit at least four institutions during the week will receive application fee waivers. Students may use these fee waivers to apply to any Alliance member college or university.

Together, Alliance colleges and universities enroll 19% of Oregon’s undergraduate students, award 23% of Oregon’s undergraduate degrees and confer 24% of the bachelor’s degrees awarded to minority students in the state, including high-need fields such as STEM (21%), health professions (35%), business (24%), and public administration and social service (27%).

Together, the private nonprofit sector offers degrees in more than 240 fields of study, such as engineering and computer science.

The majority of students enrolled in Alliance member institutions graduates within four years and begins to make an immediate contribution to Oregon’s economy. Also cited in Governor Brown’s proclamation is the economic contribution that Oregon’s private, nonprofit colleges and universities make to the state’s economy.

During Oregon Private College Week, prospective students and their families are invited to learn about academic programs and financial aid, meet experts in admission, and tour the campus. College officials will also address common myths about private higher education:

  • Thirty-two percent of Alliance undergraduates qualify for federal Pell Grants based on income.
  • The Alliance member institutions are cost effective. The average indebtedness of Alliance graduates is lower than the national average for private colleges and universities and similar to that of public institution graduates.
  • Ninety-two percent of first time, first year students receive financial aid, with an average grant and scholarship award of over $18,000.

Sessions will begin at 9 am and 2 pm, Monday through Friday. For more information about Oregon Private College Week, to view a list of participating colleges or to register, please visit www.oregonprivatecolleges.com.

The Matched College Savings Program (MCSP) and SALT are sponsors of Oregon Private College Week.

About The Alliance
The Alliance represents 18 of Oregon’s regionally accredited, nonprofit private higher education institutions. Together, Alliance colleges and universities enroll more than 35,000 students and deliver approximately 30% of all baccalaureate degrees and higher awarded in Oregon. The Alliance intersects the needs of business and industry, private nonprofit colleges and universities, and the public good to create real solutions that build a more educated and skilled workforce for Oregon. For more information, visit www.oaicu.org.

Press release courtesy of the Alliance

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Reducing barriers towards earning a degree

Warner Pacific helping achieve Oregon's 40-40-20 goalWarner Pacific and Mt. Hood Community College are partnering to help more students earn college degrees and close the state’s higher education gap.

In 2011, the Oregon legislature approved the “40-40-20” education-reform plan. By 2025, the state’s goal is to have 40 percent of students complete a bachelor’s degree, 40 percent complete an associate degree or a certificate in a skilled occupation, and 20 percent earn their high school diplomas.

The largest gap, however, is seen with Oregonians aged 25 to 34 in completing at least an associate degree or certification, the middle 40 of the state’s reform plan. A mere 18 percent hold a community college degree or post-secondary certification, according to Oregon Learns.

WPC and MHCC MOU signing

Dr. Andrea Cook (President of Warner Pacific) and Dr. Debra Derr (President of MHCC) at the June 19, 2015, MOU signing ceremony.

At the June 19, 2015, signing ceremony, Warner Pacific and Mount Hood Community College committed to reducing barriers for community college transfer students and provide greater access to degree attainment through two initiatives:

  1. Co-admission/co-enrollment: this program allows students to be admitted to both institutions and take courses at both institutions simultaneously, providing students with a breadth of course offerings and class scheduling flexibility.
  2. Reverse transfer program: students who start at MHCC and transfer to Warner Pacific prior to earning an associate degree will be able to have coursework they complete at Warner Pacific (that meets the associate degree requirements) transfer back to MHCC so they can earn the associate degree enroute to earning their bachelor degree from Warner Pacific.

“Our hope, through these partnerships, is that we are able to provide more students the opportunity to earn both their associate and bachelor degrees as we partner to share information, advising, and financial planning resources,” said Dale Seipp, Jr., Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing at Warner Pacific.

As further explained in the June 25 Oregonian article about the partnership, “Prior to the official partnership, if a student wanted to take, say, six credits at MHCC and six at Warner Pacific during the same semester, this created financial aid complications, because the student was considered a part-time student at both places, but not a full-time student overall.”

The benefits for students include:

  • ability to obtain transferable credits at the lower tuition costs of MHCC
  • financial aid counts enrollment at both schools for the same semester/term (for qualified students)
  • increased flexibility in class scheduling as students will have access to classes at MHCC and Warner Pacific
  • dual enrollment at both schools
  • maintain active enrollment status as both schools and are eligible to use campus libraries, labs, and other on-campus amenities (subject to any additional fees)
  • advising available through both schools
  • easier transition from community college to a four-year college

Read the Oregonian article about the partnership…

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Learning Online – a blessing for busy adults

Offering degrees on line via WPC ADPIn March 2014, the WPC Adult Degree Program began offering an online-learning option for our busy adult students. If you have access to the internet, you could earn a college degree from Warner Pacific College. Currently, we offer five degree options including an associates, three bachelors, and one masters.

While online-learning can be a blessing for busy adults who want to pursue or finish their degree, going back to school in any form can be daunting.

Recently, Jess Scherman, a higher education blogger who writes on behalf of The College of St. Scholastica, asked questions of education experts concerning online learning. She interviewed Dr. Lori Jass, Associate Vice President for the Adult Degree Program at Warner Pacific, as part of that experts panel. Below is an excerpt of Jess’s blog and a link to the entire article “Everything adult learners need to know to navigate the online classroom.”

Bachelor’s degrees are becoming the new norm in today’s job market, so you’re definitely not alone in considering going back to school to earn one. Not to mention, the number of working adults out there who are looking to change careers is increasing, and a college degree is a great way to put yourself on a new path.

But let’s put all of that aside for a moment. The reality is that going back to school—especially to pursue an online degree—after a lengthy absence from the classroom can be daunting, intimidating, and overwhelming.

The online classroom environment is simply one of several formats colleges and universities are offering to make higher education more accessible to students from all backgrounds. Institutions offer traditional on-campus programs, hybrid programs that mix on-campus and online classes, fully online programs, and even accelerated degree paths that offer night and weekend courses. The important part is determining what format is best for you.  

“Learning online is a great option for people who do not have a predictable schedule, who travel a lot or who simply love to learn!” says Lori K. Jass, associate vice president at Warner Pacific College. “Being successful in an online environment requires some ability to be a self-starter and the ability to communicate in writing.”

Read Jess’s entire blog…

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Sign up for New Student Registration Day: 2015

This one-day event in the summer is the first major event for new Warner Pacific students. Admitted students can begin the orientation process without the anxiety of waiting until the end of August.

To help you prepare for your exciting days ahead at Warner Pacific, we invite you to join us. It will be a valuable day of introductions, information, and preparation.

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    • Thursday, July 9

We have a full day of activities and information planned to prepare you for the start of your career as a WP student.

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Sessions are available for your parents, too, tailored to their questions and needs. We ask that parents not sit in on their student’s registration/advising session. If they have any questions or concerns at the end of the day, they can be addressed with the admissions or registrar’s office staff. (NOTE: there is a $10 fee for guests and all students must pay their tuition deposit.)

Warner Pacific new student registration day banner

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Dean’s List for Spring 2015

The following 498 Warner Pacific College students were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2015 academic term (includes traditional undergraduate and Adult Degree Program students). To qualify, students must be enrolled full-time and achieve a 3.5 or greater grade point average.  Students with an asterisk (*) earned a perfect 4.0 GPA.

4.0 Name Home City Home
Dai’jsa Abel Portland OR
Jenny Acosta Forest Grove OR
* Kelsey Akers Vancouver WA
Kiandra Alexander West Linn OR
* Lisa Alexander Battle Ground WA
Adrienne Alexandre Portland OR
* Ayde Alvarado Portland OR
* Angela Alway Portland OR
* Rebecca Aman Vancouver WA
Ruben Amezcua Las Vegas NV
Jeanette Anderson Portland OR
Desaray Andexler Portland OR
* Dale Apple Portland OR
* Melissa Armstrong Clackamas OR
* Miriam Ash Centralia WA
Kristin Ashenfelter Vancouver WA
* Caitlin Asher Portland OR
* Guadalupe Astorga Ramos Woodburn OR
Stephanie Aulwurm West Linn OR
Wesley Austin Portland OR
* Vanessa Auyong Mililani HI
Janee’ Baker Portland OR
* Olga Barabash Portland OR
Jeffrey Barker Portland OR
* William Barnes Vancouver WA
* Lisa Bartlett Kalama WA
Mable Bartlett Portland OR
Shaker Baskaron Troutdale OR
* Dillon Battles Gresham OR
* Rebecca Baumgarden Portland OR
Gabriella Begazo Purdys NY
Allison Beisley Anderson IN
Britny Belcher Eugene OR
Sommer Bellon Gladstone OR
Devan Belshe Portland OR
Jenene Belshe Gladstone OR
* Jacob Berg Vancouver WA
* Samantha Bernal West Linn OR
Hayley Bernick Portland OR
David Berra Longview WA
Holley Besaw Portland OR
* Stephen Bessler Portland OR
Tina Bettger Milwaukie OR
Brittney Bevens Oregon City OR
Tiffany Bird Portland OR
* Melissa Bishop Portland OR
Joshua Black Queensland
* Madison Bliss Clackamas OR
Daniel Blue Portland OR
Ama Boatemah Portland OR
Joseph Boivin Portland OR
Marchelle Bostic Gresham OR
Arianna Bowen Trail OR
* Deana Bower Beaverton OR
* Michelle Bowers Gresham OR
* Blaine Bradford Portland OR
Hakeem Bradley Beaverton OR
Karla Branson Portland OR
* Kimberly Branstetter Gresham OR
Nicholas Brechbiel Milwaukie OR
Riannon Bresaw Vancouver WA
Yvette Briceno Cornelius OR
Hillary Bucklew Portland OR
Kristen Budd Sandy Hook CT
Jason Bumgardner St Helens OR
* Barbara Bundy Vancouver WA
Shannon Burkhalter Castle Rock WA
Britta Burleigh Vancouver WA
Susan Burns-Allen Happy Valley OR
Jay Busher Vancouver WA
Larissa Byrgazova Portland OR
* Lynette Caldwell Kalama WA
Pamela Callina Vancouver WA
Kaelynn Canyete Waianae HI
Bradden Cappoen Milwaukie OR
* Ryan Carlson Happy Valley OR
Timminy Carlson Leaburg OR
Misha Carlton Portland OR
Annie Carnes Portland OR
* Sandy Carpenter Ridgefield WA
Carissa Carr Lake Oswego OR
Jose Cazares Cornelius OR
Almir Celebic Portland OR
* Shani Center Milwaukie OR
Mila Cherchenko Portland OR
* Craig Chilson Stockton CA
* Trudy Chimko Tigard OR
Christopher Choi Portland OR
* Whitney Christenson McMinnville OR
Mitchell Chung Honolulu HI
* Katie Chupp McMinnville OR
Alexis Clark Portland OR
Jason Clark Vancouver WA
Denisa Clayton Portland OR
Elizabeth Clucas Glen Ellyn IL
Linda Colburn Vancouver WA
* Theresa Cole Hillsboro OR
* Andrea Coler Tenino WA
Lequeta Colford Gresham OR
Julie Connors Portland OR
Kathryn Conyers Portland OR
* Shauna Cooper Oregon City OR
Andrea Cortese Clackamas OR
Megan Costello Battle Ground WA
* Valerie Couch Happy Valley OR
Crystal Coutu Oregon City OR
Paula Covalt Tigard OR
* Antranette Covington Portland OR
* Michelle Cowden Vancouver WA
Jennylynn Cowdin Portland OR
Brianna Cowin Centralia WA
Matthew Cray Portland OR
Lesley Crowell Clackamas OR
Alexis Cruz Lodi CA
* Shannon Cummings Oregon City OR
* Kerry Cunningham Vancovuer WA
* Robert Cunningham Portland OR
Suzie Curtis Forest Grove OR
Terry Dahlquist Portland OR
* Sidney Davie Pleasant Hill OR
Kelsey Davisson Tulare CA
Pamela Dawson Vancouver WA
Kirsten Day Portland OR
Jerry De La Fuente Central Point OR
* Rochelle Degroot Bozeman MT
Valynda Demel Sherwood OR
Jason DiGiovanna Beaverton OR
* Carmen Dimitras Portland OR
Brycen Dodds Salem OR
* Elizabeth Dominguez Hollister CA
Sean Downey Forest Grove OR
Casey Duckworth Portland OR
* Irina Dumitrescu Portland OR
Benjamin Durham Portland OR
* Danielle Durham Gresham OR
* Moses Dyson Portland OR
Kristina Eaton Fairview OR
* Kathleen Edwards Vancouver WA
* Yvonne Edwards Olympia WA
* Dennis Einarson Woodland WA
* Christopher Ekerson Newberg OR
* Stacie Elkins Milwaukie OR
John Erbert Casper WY
* Noemi Espinoza Troutdale OR
* Danielle Esquerra West Linn OR
Madelaine Fagliano Beaverton OR
* Cerissa Farrington Portland OR
Julia Feeser Fircrest WA
Leah Fehlman Lake Oswego OR
* Cletus Fernandez Salem OR
Alicia Finch Gladstone OR
* Camryn Fisher Beaverton OR
* McKenzie Flores Portland OR
Naomi Fox Oregon City OR
* Melissa Frach Portland OR
* Joshua Franklin Vancouver WA
* Jean Freeman Troutdale OR
* Jason Friend Vancouver WA
* James Furns Oregon City OR
Victor Gallardo Molina Portland OR
* Ricardo Gallegos Portland OR
Kevin Gallivan Troutdale OR
* Carole Gamoy Vancouver WA
* Catherine Gant Vancouver WA
Thalia Garcia Aguilar Hillsboro OR
* Emir Garcia Wood Village OR
* Maria Garcia-Perry Gresham OR
* Casey Garza West Linn OR
* Elena Gastelum Portland OR
* Aubrie Gatewood West Linn OR
* James George Estacada OR
Kristi Gifford Milwaukie OR
* Kevin Gilchrist Vancouver WA
Jennifer Glass Vernonia OR
* Vanessa Gonzalez Portland OR
Kaili Goodpaster Washougal WA
Erin Graham Tigard OR
Sorrell Gray Portland OR
* Lyssa Greene Beaverton OR
Anton Grokhovskiy Portland OR
Ashlin Gross Las Vegas NV
Ema Gutcher Bakersfield CA
Aidan Hackett Sherwood OR
* Michael Hammett Vancouver WA
Blake Harlan Deer Park WA
* Haley Harn Newberg OR
* Angela Harr Banks OR
* Elizabyth Harrington Portland OR
* Julie Harris Beaverton OR
Patricia Harris Portland OR
Benjamin Hartle Oregon City OR
* Felicity Harvey Newberg OR
* James Hastings Vancouver WA
Michael Hatch Portland OR
* Lori Haugen Gresham OR
Jennifer Haveman-Christian Vancouver WA
Alexander Hayes Damascus OR
* Joshua Haywood Clackamas OR
Megan Helm Chehalis WA
Melissa Helmick Beaverton OR
* Scotti Helmick Ontario OR
Kendra Henry Olympia WA
* Nathan Herbst Vancouver WA
* Nena Herbst Vancouver WA
Ricardo Hernandez Woodburn OR
Kailey Herren Vancouver WA
Ann Marie Higgins Canby OR
Jaye Hill Portland OR
Jonathan Hillis Portland OR
* Rachael Hillis Portland OR
Nicole Himes Portland OR
* Gwenlyn Hitch Portland OR
* Aaron Hochstrasser Sandy OR
* Jeff Hoffman Vancouver WA
Jamie Hogan Bellevue WA
* John Hollada Vancouver WA
Drew Holm Sherwood OR
Shaniece Holt Portland OR
Daesa Hoppie Longivew WA
Tasha Hoskins Oregon City OR
* Cammi Hubert Portland OR
* Lina Ibarra-Prado Portland OR
* Pota Idencio-Amataga Vancouver WA
* Christina Ingram Vancouver WA
Andrea Irby Portland OR
* Kamille Irwin-Cordero Portland OR
Jenean Iven Milwaukie OR
Jack Jackman Portland OR
* Boston Jackson Portland OR
Daesha Jackson Phoenix AZ
Mickyla Jackson Albany OR
Timothy Jackson Albany OR
* Kathryn Jacobson Portland OR
* Sarah Jarvis Gresham OR
* Toni Jefferson Vancouver WA
Sonceria Jenkins Portland OR
Robert Jimenez-Sutton Milwaukie OR
Nakia Jimmerson Portland OR
* Sarah Johns Portland OR
Edward Johnson Vancouver WA
* Femi Johnson Portland OR
* Kisha Johnston Beaverton OR
Jameson Jones Portland OR
Quincy Jones Auburn WA
Shaquwonna Jones Vancouver WA
Greg Kammer Clackamas OR
De’Wana Kashaija Vancouver WA
Aaron Keiffer Portland OR
* Taylor Kern Gresham OR
Nicole Kincaide Petaluma CA
* Christina King Vancouver WA
* Michael King Beaverton OR
* Jonathan Kirchem Clackamas OR
Windee Klinger Portland OR
Molly Klinkhammer Portland OR
* Trey Klug Vancouver WA
* Natalie Knight Sandy OR
Ashleigh Konzelman Albany OR
* Michelle Korne Vancouver WA
Bethany Kosmowski Beaverton OR
Adrian Koza Portland OR
* Cali Lamb Camas WA
* Shannon Lamb Portland OR
John Lambert Portland OR
* Deborah Landers Vancouver WA
* Brittany Landon La Center WA
Shawn Langford Sherwood OR
Cathy Lara Portland OR
Brooke Larkins Damascus OR
Emma Larson Albany OR
Debra Latham Longview WA
Jennifer Latu Portland OR
* Chrystal Lee Scappoose OR
Mark Leslie Vancouver WA
* Charneal Lewis Portland OR
* Deborah Lewis Portland OR
Justyn Lewis Lacey WA
* Erica Linch Vancouver WA
* Glenn Linder Eagle Point OR
Monica Lodolini Gladstone OR
Joseph Losk Portland OR
Marsha MacDonald Corbett OR
Oksana Maksimov Woodburn OR
Iesha Mangum Vancouver WA
* Allesandra Mangus Vancouver WA
* Carla Marcoff Happy Valley OR
Pamala Marini Battle Ground WA
* Kawan Martin Vancouver WA
* Adrian Mashia Portland OR
* Monica Mast Vancouver WA
Jacob Matson Vancouver WA
* Audrey McCabe Salinas CA
* Natasha McDougal Portland OR
Katelin McEllrath Vancouver WA
Dustin McGuirk Portland OR
* Gerald Messenger Clackamas OR
* Tjana Meusec Gresham OR
Cody Meyer Tulare CA
Hannah Mierow Springfield MO
Jennifer Milburn Longview WA
Erin Miller Portland OR
Robin Miller Portland OR
* Tracy Miller Vancouver WA
Blake Milnes West Linn OR
Alexa Minasian Chatsworth CA
Cassandra Minnieweather Portland OR
Carol Mitchell Vancouver WA
* Marcos Montas Portland OR
* Selena Montoya San Diego CA
* Christina Moran Salem OR
Amanda Moreland Gresham OR
* Bradford Morrison Battle Ground WA
Travis Moultrie Vancouver WA
Kimberly Munden Portland OR
Alina Munoz-Licea Portland OR
Sean Musaeus Portland OR
* Kimberly Muzatko Mcminnville OR
* Benjamin Nelson Vancouver WA
Elle’ Nelson Missoula MT
* Jennifer Nelson Oregon City OR
* Diana Nesukh Portland OR
Bailey Newell Lake Stevens WA
* Anh Ngo Happy Valley OR
* Bang Nguyen Portland OR
* Jackie Nguyen Portland OR
* Brett Nielsen Forest Grove OR
* Laurie Nitschke Vancouver WA
Keith North Milwaukie OR
* Nicole Oakes Beaverton OR
Amanda Olin Portland OR
Nicholas Olin Beaverton OR
Jordan Olson Rancho Cucamonga CA
* Otari Oniashvili Camas WA
Brianna Ooms Yacolt WA
Felix Ortega Portland OR
Melanie Osburn Troutdale OR
Jessie Osuna-Mondragon Portland OR
Malia Oswalt Damascus OR
* Austin Owens Portland OR
Erin Palacios Gresham OR
Adriana Palla Portland OR
* Michelle Palma-Sotelo Tualatin OR
* Kristin Palmer Happy Valley OR
Candye Parkin Sherwood OR
* Thomas Parrotte Aloha OR
Sadie Parsons Kelso WA
* Heidi Patten Longview WA
Bethany Patterson Milwaukie OR
Douglas Pearson Vancouver WA
Louis Pellegrino West Linn OR
Erik Peterson Camas WA
Lisa Peterson Vancouver WA
* Melissa Peterson Vancouver WA
Paul Petrone Oregon City OR
* Shannon Pittman Ridgefield WA
Teresa Polette Vancouver WA
Carol Popi Vancouver WA
* Adler Pottebaum Portland OR
Zinette Pratcher Portland OR
Renata Prihoda Vancouver WA
* Emilee Probasco Kelso WA
Trent Rau Hillsboro OR
Kristine Rebber Portland OR
Savannah Reed Portland OR
Stephannie Reser Hubbard OR
* Jennifer Reyes Portland OR
Jeffery Reznick Portland OR
* Kaytlynn Richards Longview WA
* Myesha Richmond Portland OR
* Kamichia Riddle Gresham OR
* Stephanie Riley Oregon City OR
* Jayston Ripplinger Vancouver WA
* Kristine Rister Vancouver WA
* Larissa Roberts Beaverton OR
Charles Robinson Longview WA
Shurie Rodriguez Portland OR
* Kelsey Roldness Vancouver WA
Kyle Roldness Vancouver WA
Tricia Roldness Vancouver WA
Renee Rosal Lake Oswego OR
Latosha Ross Portland OR
Jessica Routh Sandy OR
Sara Ruecker Vancouver WA
* Kerri Rueda-Vargas Beaverton OR
Vanessa Ruelas Portland OR
* Faith Sanchez Happy Valley OR
Kelly Sanderson Vancouver WA
Erika Scarborough Portland OR
Ali Scharbach Gresham OR
Mikkayla Schlamp Oregon City OR
* Jace Schwartz Portland OR
* Todd Schwartz Ridgefield WA
Katie Scribner Portland OR
William Seals Hillsboro OR
* Sharon Seifert Vancouver WA
Whitney Senft Regina SK
Jongwon Seo Seoul
Jonathan Sewell Gresham OR
Emily Shaindlin Vancouver WA
* Eileen Shaw Vancouver WA
* Caitlyn Shearer Tigard OR
Nicole Sherriffs Vancouver WA
Brandon Short Damascus OR
* Kateri Shrider Sandy OR
* Alexandra Sindorf Rockford MI
* Gayle Singleton Vancouver WA
Jolene Sinor Portland OR
* Chalita Sitthisakuldej Gresham OR
Ben Smith Battle Ground WA
* Elizabeth Smith Vancouver WA
Jensen Smith Damascus OR
Lindsay Smith Portland OR
* Chad Smurthwaite Boring OR
Chris Solis Portland OR
* Roberto Soto-Zavala La Center WA
* Jennifer Souders Eagle Creek OR
Heidi Souvenir Kalama WA
* William Stalcup Battle Ground WA
* Vivian Stanley Gresham OR
* Jennifer Stephens Portland OR
Jennifer Stewart Lake Oswego OR
Kassi Strano Battle Ground WA
Daniel Stratton Portland OR
Jillian Struck Milwaukie OR
* Christie Stumbaugh Vancouver WA
* Spencer Sundem East Olympia WA
* Trina Swaja Forest Grove OR
Abigail Sweeney St. Helens OR
* Jessica Swink Camas WA
* Hannah Switzer Portland OR
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Congratulations WPC student athlete Alyssa Neal (earning two All-American Awards at NAIA Championships)

Warner Pacific student athlete Alyssa NealWarner Pacific sophomore student-athlete Alyssa Neal capped her outstanding track and field season for Warner Pacific with two All-American performances at the NAIA National Track & Field Championships.

The sophomore narrowly missed out on two event wins, placing 2nd in both the long jump and triple jump competitions.

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