News from MacMurray College
Highlander student athletes recognized by the UMAC
Kelsey Mankins, Marc Randle, and Tobias Alaribe earn honors.
For the 2010 football campaign, a trio of MacMurray student athletes were awarded Upper Midwest Athletic Conference honors.
Senior Kelsey Mankins was named First Team All-Conference as a linebacker by the UMAC.
Originally from Catheys Valley, CA, Mankins majors in Criminal Justice. He is the son of Tim and Jill Mankins of Cathey’s Valley.
During the 2010 season, Mankins led the Highlander defense with 128 tackles. He also served as his teams captain.
Two Highlander players were named to the UMAC Second Team All-Conference: wide receiver Marc Randle and linebacker Tobias Alaribe.
Randle, of St. Louis, is a senior majoring in Sport Management. This season, he totaled 800 receiving yards averaging 80 per game. He also scored nine touchdowns for the Highlanders.
Randle, who graduated from University City High School, is the son of Ann Randle of St. Louis.
Alaribe is a senior in Business Administration. During the 2010 season he tallied 118 tackles. He graduated from Percy L. Julian High School in Chicago and is the son of Tobias and Elizabeth Alaribe of Chicago.