After 36 years in the athletic department at Southwestern Community College (SWCC), Bill Krejci will be stepping down from his position as director of athletics and athletic fundraising as of August 29, 2014. Krejci, originally from Chicago, will be moving to Des Moines with his wife, Teresa, also an employee at SWCC, who recently accepted a position at Drake University.
According to Krejci, the move is not an easy one for him. “I am headed to Des Moines with my wife,” Krejci explained. “For years, she has supported me in my career and I really appreciate that. Now it’s my turn to support her.”
Krejci’s name has been synonymous with SWCC baseball since 1978 when he started at the college as assistant director of student activities, physical education instructor, and head baseball coach. He came to SWCC from Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, MO, where he played for the Bearcats from 1971-73. Krejci served as an assistant for the Bearcats baseball team while he completed his graduate studies, earning his master’s degree in education in 1976.
CRESTON — Southwestern Community College (SWCC) automotive collision repair/refinish students Zach Mullen of New Market and Garrett Hogue of Lenox took home second and fifth place finishes respectively at the 2014 SkillsUSA Championships held June 25-26, 2014, in Kansas City, MO.
Austin Breese, a May 2014 graduate of Indianola High School has committed to the Southwestern Community College (SWCC) sports shooting program for the 2014-15 academic year.
During high school, Breese was a four-year varsity wrestler, three-year varsity football player, and a member of Future Farmers of America (FFA).
Breese is planning to major in criminal justice while a student at SWCC, with a goal of becoming a DNR officer. He is the son of Brenda McKay and David Breese.
Another Indianola High School graduate—Cole Edgington—has committed to the Southwestern Community College (SWCC) sports shooting program for the 2014-15 academic year. Edgington will be the sixth Indianola native to join SWCC’s sports shooting program in the last two years.
During high school, Edgington was active in Future Farmers of America (FFA) and a member of the trap shooting team. He is the son of Tawnya McNeeley and Gene Edgington.
Edgington joins Austin Breese, a 2014 Indianola High School graduate, as well as Jordan Brand, Ethan Jolliff, Matt Mitchell, and Trenton Cheers, all 2013 Indianola High School graduates, on the SWCC sports shooting team.
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