Courtney Scott Named First Team Pac-10 All-Academic
June 19, 2002
BERKELEY - Junior catcher Courtney Scott, who helped lead Cal to the NCAA championship last month, has been named to the first team Pac-10 All-Academic squad for softball.
Scott carries a 3.20 GPA as an American studies major. Earlier this spring, she was voted first team Academic All-District, an area that encompasses schools in nine Western states plus British Columbia.
For the season, Scott batted .301 with three home runs and a team-leading 46 RBI.
To be eligible for selection to the academic teams, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade-point average and be either a starter or significant substitute.
2002 Pac-10 All-Academic Softball Team
First Team Yr. GPA MajorErica Beach, ASU Sr. 3.27 BroadcastingSarah Beeson, STAN Sr. 3.65 Human BiologyKara Brun, ASU Jr. 3.42 CommunicationsJessica Draemel, STAN Sr. 3.60 PsychologyJennifer Forner, ASU Jr. 3.30 Exercise ScienceAlyssa Laux, ORE Jr. 3.35 PsychologyStacey Nuveman, UCLA Sr. 3.16 SociologyCourtney Scott, CAL Jr. 3.20 American StudiesBecky Simpson, WASH Sr. 3.13 Speech CommunicationsRobin Walker, STAN Sr. 3.18 Political Science
Second TeamCassi Brangham. STAN Jr. 3.49 American StudiesBonnie Brannen, ASU Sr. 3.37 BiologyKira Ching, STAN Jr. 3.09 American StudiesKristen Hunter, OSU Jr. 3.11 Liberal StudiesMaureen LeCocq, STAN Jr. 3.06 SociologyCara Maxey, OSU Jr. 3.05 Human Development/Family SciencesShawna Norris, WASH So. 3.22 CommunicationsTori Nyberg, STAN Jr. 3.15 PsychologyErin Rahn, UCLA Sr. 3.10 History