Chesapeake College Academic All-Americans
The following Chesapeake College student athletes were selected for inclusion on the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Academic All-American squad for the year listed.
Robert Karwacki, Baseball
Karwacki was named an Academic All-American, graduating with a 3.75 grade-point average. A relief pitcher for Chesapeake's 2009 team, Karwacki suffered an early season torn labrum in his left shoulder in March 2010 and missed the rest of the 2010 campaign.
Katie Connolly, Women's Softball
Connolly was named a Distinguished Academic All-American, finishing with a perfect 4.0 quality-point average. The Queen Anne's County High School graduate was also the fourth-leading hitter in Maryland JuCo in 2006, finishing with a .526 batting average.
Ryan Morse, Baseball
Morse, a two-time Region XX All-Academic team member, was named a Distinguished Academic All-American while earning a 3.86 quality-point average. He finished his Skipjack baseball career with a 7-1 pitching record.
Sharon Germann, Women's Softball
Germann, who earned a Business Administration degree, finished her Chesapeake College academic career with a 3.957 quality-point average.
Cyril Djoukeng, Men's Basketball
Djoukeng, named to the 2004 NJCAA Division II All-American men's basketball team, earned a rare triple crown. He was also selected for the NJCAA men's basketball Academic All-American squad and claimed the NJCAA's top academic distinction by being selected a Distinguished Academic All-American.
Djoukeng finished his Chesapeake College academic career with a perfect 4.0 quality-point average and won the college's top academic award, the John T. Harrrison Award, which is given annually at Commencement.
Djoukeng went on to make the 2006 Southland Conference Men's Basketball All-Academic First Team at Nicholls State University, where he had a 3.97 quality-point average.