Twenty Bears Earn Pac-10 All-Academic Honors
June 17, 2003
BERKELEY - A total of 20 student-athletes from the University of California men's and women's track and field teams earned Pac-10 All-Academic recognition for the 2003 season. To be eligible for the 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.
On the men's side, seniors Martin Conrad and Nick Mazur were first team all-academic picks, while sophomores Jonathan Balzer and Greg Ross were named to the second team. Honorable mention all-academic honors went to senior Craig Lee and sophomores Carlos Carballo, David Glasgow and Jeff Squires.
On the women's side, seniors Brooke Baires-Irvin and Leora Ward and junior Stephanie Cowling were second team all-academic selections. Honorable mention honors went to seniors April Holliverse and Shalonda Reynolds, juniors Chloe Jarvis, Cynthia Mallory and Deanna Slaton, sophomores Tamrya d'Artenay, Lindsay Maclise and Abby Parker and redshirt freshman Maja Ruznic.
This marks the third time Conrad and Mazur have received conference all-academic honors, while it is Carballo's second time. First time honorees include Balzer, Ross, Glasgow, Lee and Squires. For the women, Ward and Mallory are the only Golden Bears to previously have been named to the conference's all-academic teams.
Tamrya d'Artenay, So.; April Holliverse, Sr.; Chloe Jarvis, Jr.; Lindsay Maclise, So.; Cynthia Mallory, Jr.; Abby Parker, So.; Shalonda Reynolds, Sr.; Maja Ruznic, RFr.; Deanna Slaton, Jr.