19 Midland College student-athletes advancing to the next stage of their athletic careersMay 07, 2024

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The Midland College Athletic Department held a ceremony on May 7 for 19 student-athletes across six sports who announced their commitment to continue their athletic careers with NCAA Division I, Division II, Division III, and NAIA four-year universities. 

“Each year, we have the opportunity to see a number of our student-athletes commit to four-year universities in their post-MC athletic careers,” said MC Athletic Director Forrest Allen. “It's a very proud moment for Midland College.” 

“We are tremendously proud of our students, and of the coaches who recruit, train, and lead our students to excellence in each of our six sports programs. We wish each and every one of these young people the very best at their next stop.”  

The 19 MC student-athletes moving on are listed below with their hometown and the school to which they’ve committed.


  • Angelli Sanchez (San Antonio, TX) – Sul Ross State University (NCAA II – Lone Star Conference)
  • Natalie Hernandez (Monahans, TX) – Sul Ross State University (NCAA II – Lone Star Conference)

“We are very proud of Angie and Nat moving on to the next level,” said MC Volleyball Coach Tammie Jimenez. “They are the caliber of players who will help elevate the program at SRSU, and we are confident they will be impact players.”


  • Jordyn Westenskow (Austin, TX) – Concordia University, TX (NCAA III – American Southwest Conference)
  • Azalea Ramos (San Antonio, TX) – Texas A&M International University (NCAA II – Lone Star Conference)
  • Madison Stewart (Wolfforth, TX) – Midwestern State University (NCAA II – Lone Star Conference)

"Over the past couple of years, these three remarkable young women have made an incredible impact on our program,” said MC Softball Coach Angelica Castro. "Witnessing their progression to the next phase of their college journey fills me with immense pride. They leave behind a void that's hard to fill, but it's been a privilege coaching each one of them."


  • Carson Laws (San Antonio, TX) – Texas State University (NCAA I – Sunbelt Conference)
  • Justin Rumfield (Denton, TX) – University of Texas at Arlington (NCAA I – Western Athletic Conference)
  • Xavier Melendez (Odessa, TX)  – University of Texas at Arlington (NCAA I – Western Athletic Conference)
  • Holt Gibson (Lubbock, TX)  – Stephen F. Austin University (NCAA I – Western Athletic Conference)
  • Matt Guthmiller (Omaha, NE) – Tarleton State University (NCAA I – Western Athletic Conference)


  • Oscar Holm Bredkjaer (Denmark) – University of San Francisco (NCAA I – West Coast Conference)
  • Logan Zurn (Grapevine, TX) – University of Texas at San Antonio (NCAA I – American Athletic Conference)
  • Tom Watson (England) – University of New Orleans (NCAA I – Southland Conference)
  • Jack Cubitt (South Africa) – Friend’s University (NAIA – Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference)

Men’s Basketball

  • Bryce Moore (Chicago, IL) – Academy of Art University, CA (NCAA II – Pacific West Conference)
  • Jarren Cook (Dallas, TX) – University of Texas at Arlington (NCAA I – Western Athletic Conference)

Women’s Basketball

  • Savanah Goodson (Richmond, VA) – Virginia State University (NCAA II – Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association)
  • Luisa Anderegg (Germany) – Pacific University (NCAA I – West Coast Conference)
  • Franka Kraus (Germany) – Multhomah University (NAIA – Cascade Collegiate Conference)

For more information about the Midland College Athletic Department and all things MC sports, visit www.gochaps.com


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