Meghan Luebbert (Outstanding Senior Student-Athlete and Female Scholar Athlete)
Luebbert was on the NFCA Top 50 Player to Watch List at the beginning of this season. The Sandy, Ore., native was named to the Desert Stinger All-Tournament Team in February along being selected to the Cavalier Classic All-Tournament Team. Last season, Luebbert was the GNAC Player of the Year and a First Team All-GNAC selection. The Nursing major also was named a First Team CoSIDA Academic All-American well as Academic All-GNAC selection and a First Team CoSIDA Academic All-District honoree. The 2016 NFCA All-Region selection currently leads the team in batting average, hits, runs scored, doubles, slugging percentage and stolen bases. Prior to Concordia joining the GNAC, Luebbert was a two-time First Team All-CCC selection as well as being a NAIA All-American. The Cavalier outfielder has also been involved in many community outreach activities including Team IMPACT, Oregon Food Bank, Night Strike, Habitat for Humanity, Backpack Program, MLK Day of Service, weekly visits to Isolated Residents living in downtown Portland along with organizing and running bimonthly health clinics for the highly vulnerable and chronically homeless population in downtown Portland. She has achieved a 3.82 GPA heading into this semester. The Nursing major looks to begin working after receiving her RN license as a nurse in pediatric oncology after taking a short break this summer.
Latrell Wilson (Male Scholar-Athlete)
Wilson is a two-time All-Great Northwest Athletic Conference (GNAC) performer who also was named to the GNAC All-Academic Team. He has achieved a 3.89 grade point average heading into this semester. This past season, he played a key role in the Cavaliers advancing to their first ever GNAC Basketball Championship Tournament appearance. The Arcata, Calif., native finished second on the team in scoring and led the team in three-point field goals made. The Business Administration major finished second in steals in free throw percentage. All three semesters that Wilson has been enrolled at Concordia he has earned a 4.0 grade point average. Besides going to class and being a member of the Cavalier basketball team, Wilson also has volunteered at the Oregon Food Bank, Beach Clean Up and Mentoring. After graduation, Wilson plans on to pursue a professional basketball career overseas. When he done playing basketball, Wilson plans on working his way up to becoming an Athletic Director at a university or enter the business world with a focus in either in property management and real estate or in the front office of a professional sports organizatio