Netterville earns C-USA Jim Castañeda Postgraduate Scholarship
DALLAS – Louisiana Tech baseball’s Steele Netterville was selected as one of 14 recipients for the Conference USA Jim Castañeda Postgraduate Scholarship. Every season, C-USA grants the $4,000 scholarship to distinguished graduates selected by the league’s Faculty Athletics Representatives and approved by the Conference USA Board of Directors.
Netterville graduated in 2021 with a degree in biology with a 3.90 GPA, currently pursuing a second degree in kinesiology and health sciences and has been accepted into the LSU Health medical school and will enroll in the Fall of 2022.
The Shreveport native is a two-time CoSIDA Academic All-American, three-time C-USA All-Academic team selection, a C-USA All-Freshman Team honoree and won multiple C-USA Hitter of the Week honors over his five-year career at Tech.
Netterville finished his outstanding career as the new record leader in doubles, he sits tied for second all-time at LA Tech with 46 home runs and is a 2021 C-USA West Division Champion and a 2022 C-USA Tournament Champion.
The coveted outfielder left his mark as a career .300 hitter, playing in a whopping 226 games and is second all-time in RBI with 211.
2022 Jim Castañeda Postgraduate Scholarship Recipients
Rocio Safont, Charlotte, Women’s Tennis
Lily Richman, Florida Atlantic, Beach Volleyball
Madison Lewis, FIU, Softball
Torren Kalaskey, Marshall, Women’s Golf
Gretchen Mead, Middle Tennessee, Softball
Lyric Choice, North Texas, Women’s Track and Field
Steele Netterville, Louisiana Tech, Baseball
John Morton, Old Dominion, Football
Nicole Lennon, Rice, Volleyball
Ta’Quoris ‘TQ’ Newsome, Southern Miss, Football
Brady Greene, UAB, Baseball
Reynaldo Flores, UTEP, Football
Adrian Rodriguez, UTSA, Men’s Basketball
Kenlie Barrett, WKU, Women’s Golf
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