Homeyer Earns Second Team Verizon Academic All-American Accolades
June 19, 2001
Stanford, Calif. - Stanford women's golfer Hilary Homeyer (Edina, Minn.) was named to the Verizon Academic All-America Spring Women's At-Large Teams in the University (Division I). Homeyer was a second team selection.
Homeyer, a NGCA honorable mention All-American, was a first-team All-Pac-10 selection this year as well as a Pac-10 first-team All-Academic pick.
The Verizon Academic All-America Teams are selected by a vote of the 1,800-member CoSIDA. To be eligible, an athlete must be a varsity starter or key reserve and maintain a cumulative GPA of at least 3.20 on a scale of 4.00. Sports information directors nominate eligible athletes from their schools who are named to district teams prior to being voted upon on the national level. CoSIDA has been selecting Academic All-America teams since 1952.
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Verizon Academic All-America Spring Women's At-Large Teams
First TeamMisty Ballard, S.F. Austin, track and field, Jr., 4.00, EnglishStacie Beste, Illinois State, track and field, Jr., 3.89, psychology/sociologyAllie Blomquist, Wisconsin, golf, Sr., 3.94, physics/mathematicsAnn Marie Brooks, Missouri, track and field, Sr., 4.01, plant scienceKaren Chastain, Cornell, track and field, Sr., 3.98, chemical engineeringAmanda Crouse, Kansas State, track and field, Sr., 3.92, pre-healthAndrea (Neary) Detoit, Arizona, track and field, Sr., 4.00, physical science/molecular and cellular biologyLiesl Fichtbauer, Fresno State, tennis, Sr., 4.00, kinesiology/sports medicineDominique Glinzler, Alabama, tennis, Sr., 4.00, French/GermanDora Gyorffy, Harvard, track and field, Sr., 3.64, governmentAyesha Maycock, Austin Peay, track and field, Sr., 3.87, business managementVanessa McGowan, Maine, track and field, grad, 4.00, zoology.Jaimee Reynolds, Cornell, lacrosse, Jr., 3.78, agriculture/biological engineeringStephaine Webb, Oklahoma, track and field, Sr., 4.00, mechanical engineeringLenka Zacharova, Weber State, tennis, Sr., 3.93, information systems and technology
Second TeamLeah Ashe, Notre Dame, crew, Sr., 3.87, mechanical engineeringCassie Bouska, Oregon State, crew, Sr., 4.00, biologyZana Friganovic, Illinois State, tennis, Sr., 3.94, poliltical science/international studiesHilary Homeyer, Stanford, golf, Sr., 3.82, economics/psychologyTenille Howe, Weber State, golf, Sr., 3.98, technical salesKarin Levin, North Carolina Charlotte, track and field, Sr., 3.97, elementary educationMartina Nedelkova, Virginia Commonwealth, tennis, Jr., 3.94, business managementCorinne Nimtz, Minnesota, track and field, Sr., 3.93, businessStacy Prammanasudh, Tulsa, golf, Jr., 3.90, exercise scienceIva Puflerova, South Alabama, tennis, Sr., 4.00, international businessAubrey Schmitt, Minnesota, track and field, Sr., 3.51, biologyKelli Jo Thomas, Western Illinois, track and field, Sr., 4.00, physical education/fitness managementJulianne Treme, Elon, tennis, Sr., 3.99, economicsMary Varga, Akron, track and field, Jr., 3.86, educationMalgorzata Wawrzak, Colgate, crew, Sr., 3.94, international relations/economics
Third TeamLisa Aguilera, Arizona State, track and field, So., 3.64, computer systems engineeringGina Bundy, St. Joseph's (Pa.), track and field, Sr., 3.76, interdisciplinary health servicesRachel Burns, Wake Forest, track and field, Jr., 3.97, biologyJennifer DeSpain, Tulsa, tennis, Sr., 3.78, biology/pre-medicineMegan Doyle, George Washington, crew, Sr., 3.92, journalismWhitney Evans, Washington State, track and field, So., 3.99, businessSuzy Gibbons, Dartmouth, lacrosse, Sr., 3.59, EnglishMeghan Hungate, Duquesne, lacrosse, Sr., 3.75, Spanish/political scienceMily Kannarkat, Old Dominion, tennis, Jr., 3.97, biology/pre-medicineAnna Monhartova, Tulsa, tennis, Sr., 3.86, political scienceAmy Mortimer, Kansas State, track and field, So., 3.80, businessTracy Robertson, Arkansas, track and field, Sr., 3.26, kinesiologyBrenda Taylor, Harvard, track and field, Jr., 3.48, psychology/biologyRebekah Thornley, Utah State, track and field, Sr., 3.92, mathematicsAshley Wysong, Missouri, track and field, Sr., 3.85, pre-medicine