BAKERSFIELD, Calif.—CSU Bakersfield volleyball player Sydney Haynes has been selected as the outstanding undergraduate in CSUB's Kinesiology program.
Haynes earned the honor for her achievements both on and off the court. As a member of the Roadrunner indoor squad, Haynes was selected to the 2014 Western Athletic Conference All-Freshman team. She was named second team All-Conference for CSUB this past Fall before being named Academic All-WAC for the third time. As a member of the Roadrunner beach team, Haynes earned All-Big West Conference and Academic All-Big West Conference honors in 2016.
Haynes, who will be a redshirt senior in the Fall, maintains a 3.75 GPA. She is a research assistant for several different projects. As a volunteer research assistant for Joshua Miller in the kinesiology lab she is completing multiple Bod Pod tests and learning to use various equipment), She is a research assistant for Brian Street for knee-replacement & gait study and assists Joshua Miller in the Metabolic Syndrome study.
A member of the Western Athletic Conference Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC), Haynes has been a member of the Dean's List from the Fall of 2013 to the present. Haynes is a Magna Cum Laude undergraduate and is planning on to apply for Master's program for Prosthetics and Orthotics.