Ben Weaver (2019) Baseball at Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois

Ben Weaver ended his sophomore year at Wheaton College as a second team all CCIW honoree as an outfielder for the Wheaton Thunder baseball team. He earned a .369 batting average this season (58 hits out of 157 at bats), playing in all 41 games for the Thunder. He has 29 RBI this year and a team high of 34 runs scored. He is second on the Thunder with 11 doubles, and his six triples this year is a new Wheaton single season record. Weaver has one homerun in 2021, and has a team high slugging percentage of .535. He has drawn 19 walks this year with a .451 on base percentage, and his 11 stolen bases ranked him at second on the Thunder this year.

Kyle Seelig ('15) Tennis at Ohio State University

32-10 in the 2017-18 season, Kyle tied one other OSU tennis player for most wins, ending his campaign with a streak of eleven wins including wins against Logan Staggs of No.2 UCLA and Alan Gadjiev of No.1 Wake Forest. Kyle posted a record of 6-4 against nationally ranked opponents including a win against then No.31 Aron Hiltzik of Illinois.
Kyle was one of six players Division I players selected for the NCAA Championship All-Tournament Team. He was also recognized as a 2018 ITA Scholastic Athlete; a 2018 Big Ten Distinguished Scholar; a 2016, 2017, and 2018 OSU Scholar-Athlete; and a 2017 and 2018 Academic All-Big Ten.
Outside of tennis, Kyle is involved with Athletes in Action on the OSU campus where he has served as one of the leaders for weekly meeting as well as a small group Bible study leader.
Kyle’s major is Middle School Education with specializations in science and history.

Justin ('15) and Luke ('18) Brautigam Soccer at Messiah College

Justin and Luke Brautigam play soccer for Messiah College, 2017 NCAA Division 3 national champions. Justin finished the 2017 season strong with a goal in the quarter final, semifinal and championship game. He was named to the All Tournament team. Luke and Justin both contributed with goals and assists to Messiah’s early wins in the 2018 season. Though the Messiah men’s soccer team sees much success, they are so much more than a mere soccer team. Their bond in Christ and intentional discipleship and accountability create lifelong relationships and a testimony to all.
Justin is majoring in athletic training and plans to pursue his doctorate in physical therapy after graduating in 2019. Luke is majoring in accounting.

Paige Hawthorne ('16) Track and Field at Wheaton College

Paige Hawthorne, pictured here with her mother Susan, competes in the 400 meter dash. During her first two years on the team Wheaton College track and field won the CCIW Outdoor Track and Field conference. Paige was also selected CCIW Academic All-Conference. Paige is a Spanish and Urban Studies major. During the first semester of her junior year Paige is taking a break from running to study abroad in Seville, Spain.

Ali ('15) and Sophie ('15) Kent Softball at Wheaton College

Ali (left) and Sophie Kent made their debut on the Wheaton College softball team in 2016 with their 2016 team winning the CCIW conference title. Both have been named to the CCIW Academic All Conference, and both have made significant contributions to team victories. Ali and Sophie graduate in the spring of 2019 with an Elementary Education major.

Shane Curry ('16) Basketball at Messiah College

After his career at Plumstead Christian, Shane Curry went on to play Basketball for Messiah College who competes in the NCAA Division 3 MAC Conference. The team improved their win loss record each of his first two seasons, but what Shane appreciates most from his experience is the the bond he developed with his teammates on a mission trip to El Salvador and during a holiday tournament in Hawaii. Shane is majoring in Biomedical Engineering, and he was named to the MAC Conference 2018 Academic Honor Roll.

Steven Haines ('17) Soccer at Waynesburg University

As a freshman in 2017, Steven made an immediate impact to the WU defense as a centerback. His aggressive and skilled play helped establish a new defensive approach to Waynesburg Yellow Jackets Soccer. He started all 16 games and led the entire team in minutes played.

During the season he was voted ECAC Division III South Rookie of the Week (Oct. 1), and he was selected to the PAC ALL-SPORTSMANSHIP TEAM, the only freshman selected for this honor.
Although Steven’s major is undecided, he has focused his studies in Psychology and Criminal Justice and is participating in ARMY ROTC. He currently invests time in Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Special Olympics, and Campus Ministry. He also works for the Waynesburg University Admissions office touring prospective students.

Steven enjoys WU, and he credits his academic success to his PCS teachers and his athletic success to his PCS coaches. “I want to thank the PCS teachers and coaches for how they poured into me in helping me to become a young man of faith with strong virtues.

Kyle Elton ('18) Basketball at Messiah College

Plumstead Christian School’s varsity basketball team enjoyed an historic Pennsylvania PIAA 1A state run during the 2017-2018 season that had the
Panthers (19-11) qualify for the state tournament for the first time in school history and go three rounds deep to the Elite 8, just two games short of the state championship games in Hershey, PA. Kyle Elton, 6’3” Point Guard, was a major contributor to the success of the team, averaging 12.7 points per game and 6 assists per game. His senior year success earned him All League selection for the Bicentennial Athletic League. The summer of 2018, Kyle enjoyed beginning his collegiate basketball career at Messiah College at a team bonding camp held at Deep Creek Lake in Maryland, and he is heavily into fall preseason workouts with his Falcon teammates. He looks forward to his first collegiate basketball season, and he is excited about future team trips to the Dominican Republic and California. Kyle is majoring in Business.

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