Academic & Life Skills Counselor for Student Athletes
Academic Support and Access Center
B.S. in Business Administration, Marquette University;
M.A. in Sport Administration, Ball State University
Spencer Bonahoom is the Academic and Life Skills Counselor for student-athletes. A member of the Student-Athlete Support Program, he provides academic support to the wrestling, women’s soccer, field hockey, and cross country/track and field teams. He is also responsible for implementing and facilitating life skills development programs for all American University student-athletes. Bonahoom began his tenure at American in October 2016.
Prior to arriving in Washington, D.C., Bonahoom spent the previous two years in Muncie, IN. There, he earned his master of arts degree in sport administration from Ball State University in 2016. Bonahoom also served the Ball State Athletic Department as the Graduate Assistant for Administration. In this position, his focus was on student-athlete development. He created new leadership development initiatives for first and second-year student-athletes and expanded the department’s career preparation programming.
The Fort Wayne, IN native graduated from Marquette University in 2014 with a bachelor’s degree in business.