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Athlete of the Month
Athletes of the Month
Traci Bohlmeyer
Traci Bohlmeyer (Fairbury/Weeping Water) is the Peru State Bobcat female athletes of the month for May/June as announced recently by athletic director Steve Schneider.

Bohlmeyer is being recognized as the female student-athlete of the month as she was recognized as a Daktronics-NAIA Scholar-Athlete and as a CoSIDA Capital One District Three First Team honoree.  She was the only spring sport student-athlete to receive recognition by CoSIDA Capital One.  In addition, Bohlmeyer will be a Heart of America Athletic Conference (HAAC) Scholar-Athlete when the list is released later this month.
As one of four seniors on the Bobcat softball team, Bohlmeyer helped to provide the leadership, along with her other seniors.  The ‘Cats won 30 games this season, more than doubling their mark from 2013.  Bohlmeyer finished the season hitting .317 with 44 hits, including seven doubles and two triples.  She had a .932 fielding percentage and had 68 assists, ranking third on the team.
This fall, Bohlmeyer will be finishing her degree from Peru State as she will student teach in the Weeping Water school district.
Randy Santiesteban

Randy Santiesteban (Hialeah, Fla.) is the Peru State Bobcat male athletes of the month for May/June as announced recently by athletic director Steve Schneider. 

Santiesteban is being recognized as the male student-athlete of the month as he earned several post-season honors and was recently drafted by the Atlanta Braves organization.
He was one of two Bobcats to be named to the HAAC Baseball First Team.  Santiesteban led the ‘Cats on the field and was second in the conference in assists with 123, first for the ‘Cats and fourth in the conference with 40 RBI, and was third in the HAAC with six total home runs.
After three years as a Bobcat, Santiesteban is in the Bobcat career record books as he is tied for sixth in career doubles with 32 and is ninth in career RBI with 111. 
Santiesteban was the lone Bobcat baseball player to be recently named to the Omaha World-Herald’s All-Nebraska NAIA First Team.