US National Coed Team: Roll Call

Each of the US National Team members play a huge roll in the success of the team. They all come from different schools around the country, and come together to create a strong program! This year’s roster was a strong one, and you might see some of your favorite athletes in this season’s Going For Gold film on Varsity TV. 

Check out the members of the 2019 US National Coed Team!



Leroy McCullough - University of Louisville 

Christa Sanford - Morehead State University 

Alli Lumpkin - University of Kentucky

Photo: Alli Lumpkin

Athletic Trainers

Anda Udris, Gen Mills & Michael Merren

 Photo: Anda Udris

2019 USA Coed Members

Ashlyn Heeter - University of Central Florida

(1st Year)

 Photo: Ashlyn Heeter

Ben Ingallina - University of Alabama

(4th Year)

 Photo: Ben Ingallina

Bethany Wolfe - University of Alabama

(1st Year)

 Photo: Bethany Wolfe

Ed Moroney - Weber State University

(3rd Year)

 Photo: Ed Moroney

Emily Sawyer - University of Kentucky

(4th Year)

 Photo: Emily Sawyer

Hunter Fangmann - Weber State University

(1st Year)

Photo: Hunter Fangmann

Jadyn Ray - Kansas University

(1st Year)

 Photo: Jadyn Ray

Jay Hollman - University of Central Florida

(1st year)

 Photo: Jay Hollman

Jeff Dean - Sam Houston State University

(1st Year)

Photo: Jeff Dean

John Stuart - Oklahoma State University

(7th Year)

 Photo: John Stuart

Kelsey Lacroix - University of Kentucky

(1st Year)

 Photo: Kelsey LeCroix

Kollin Cockrell - Weber State University

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Kollin Cockrell

Logan Cain - Troy University 

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Logan Cain

Lyla Islas - New Mexico State University

(1st Year)

 Photo: Lyla Islas

Maria Wisman - The Ohio State University

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Maria Wisman

Matthew Torres - Texas Tech University

(1st Year)

 Photo: Matthew Torres 

Mekenzie Grabau - Weber State University

(1st Year)

 Photo: Mekenzie Grabau

Millery Null - University of Alabama

(4th Year)

 Photo: Millery Null

Molly McLeod - Trinity Valley Community College

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Molly McLeod

Paige Sohovich - Texas Tech University

(1st Year)

 Photo: Paige Sohovich

Ryan Claunch - University of Alabama

(4th Year)

 Photo: Ryan Claunch

Ryan Yakubek - Morehead State University

(1st Year)

 Photo: Ryan Yakubek

Sabrina Garcia - Texas Tech University

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Sabrina Garcia

Savannah Gibson - University of West Georgia

(1st Year)

 Photo: Savannah Gibson

Spencer Clan - University of Kentucky

(3rd Year)

 Photo: Spencer Clan

Spencer Collier - University of West Georgia

(3rd Year)

 Photo: Spencer Collier

Steaven Williams - Weber State University

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Steaven Williams

TJ Ollison - Texas Tech University

(2nd Year)

 Photo: TJ  Ollison

Terrell Cabral - University of Louisville

(2nd Year)

 Photo: Terrell Cabral

Vontae Johnson - Sam Houston State University

(5th Year)

 Photo: Vontae Johnson

Chris Ethridge - New Mexico State University

(5th Year)

 Photo: Chris Ethridge

Whitney Agee - University of Kentucky

(3rd Year)

Photo: Whitney Agee

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