Bulldog senior athletes weigh in on where they’ll be in five years

Kyle Bonis
“I want to be playing hockey at the highest level I can. The game has been an absolute blessing for me, and I have enjoyed everything about it. I just want to keep getting better and be happy in life—that is the ultimate goal.”
Stat: Improved his goal total by 12 to lead the team with 19 this season

Daniel Sutherlin
“Overseas living out my dream to play professional basketball, or working at a CPA firm.”
Stat: Played the last minute of his collegiate career on a broken ankle

Kylie Muntz
“In five years I see myself working as a registered nurse probably back in Ohio with my family, hopefully starting a family of my own.”
Stats: Muntz was in the top three in 11 statistical categories for the Bulldogs this season

Razvan Mag
“In five years I see myself either working in the United States in either something tennis-related or marketing. I’d still like to be involved playing tennis competitively since it will be hard to quit altogether.”
Stat: 23-11 over the last two seasons for the Bulldogs

Kenny Brown
“Playing professional ball somewhere. Things are looking really good now, so hopefully as a point guard in the NBA.”
Stats: Shot 87 percent from the free throw line and led the Bulldogs in scoring with 15.8 PPG

Morgan Kramerich
”I see myself teaching in an elementary school most likely back in Illinois, possibly coaching a softball team.”
Stat: Leads the team in extra base hits with eight.

Dana Bowler
“I will be going back to nursing school at home in Illinois next year, so I hope to find myself a nursing job in downtown.”
Stat: Pitched 62 percent of team’s innings this season. She has thrown 14 complete games in 15 starts

JJ Vandenberg
“I want to be working somewhere between Big Rapids and Grand Rapids as an X-ray tech. I will probably be married with kids and maybe help coach high school track.”
Stat: PR in weight throw of 15.5 meters

Tyler Crossman
“I would like to be working as a personal trainer with youth to attack childhood obesity, as well as still working as an assistant coach in cross country and track and field.”
Stat: Ran 5,000 meter in 14:51.66

Ryan Chute
“I see myself as a pharmacist, maybe living here or in Colorado enjoying leisure running rather than competitive running.”
Stats: Ran a 4:08.25 mile at The Big Meet at GVSU on Feb. 9

Tyler Marengo
“Hopefully down in Florida teaching tennis full time.”
Stats: Seventh all time in wins in Ferris State history with 42, and needs one win to move into a tie for sixth.