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Three BCC Student-Athletes Honored for Their Efforts


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Courtney Hueston

October 1, 2012 - Three Brevard Community College student-athletes share the honors of student-athlete of the week for the week ending Oct. 1.

Sophomore women's soccer forward Courtney Hueston is honored for the second consecutive week thanks to her two goals, including the game winner, in BCC's 3-2 victory over Polk State College on Friday.

Freshman women's soccer player Sue Kumaning is honored for the superb play in the midfield against Polk State, thwarting Polk advances and disrupting its offense throughout the game. Kumaning also recorded an assist.

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Brett Maue

Freshman golfer Brett Maue is honored for his second-place overall finish in last week's Webber Warrior Invitational. Maue shot a 54-hole total of 214 four strokes behind winner Omar Tejeira of St. Thomas of Miami. BCC finished third as a team.

Hueston's efforts, which followed her recording two crucial assists in BCC's 2-1 victory at Broward College on Sept. 21, drew praise from head coach Jeff Carr.

"Courtney as always did a tremendous job against Polk," Carr said of the University of Miami transfer and Miami native. "She was everywhere. She is a leader on and off the field by her actions. She played at a level that only a few can play. She was a difference maker."

Kumaning's efforts also resonated with Carr.

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Sue Kumaning

"She was everywhere, she gave it on the line," Carr said of the London, England native. "She sacrificed her body. She was defending. She was a two-way player. She was going hard each way. It was unbelievable."

Head golf coach Jamie Howell praised Maue's performance.

"Brett Maue shows up every day to practice and play with enthusiasm and a plan," Howell said of Maue, a native of St. Agatha, Ontario, Canada. "Brett's demeanor stays even whether he is playing well or not and he never gives in to the possibility of not giving his best effort every day."