Nine OSU Runners Earn Pac-10 All-Academic
Nov. 17, 2004
CORVALLIS, Ore. - Oregon State's Jaime Fuller and Michelle Wilson were named to the first team and the Beavers' Ashley Younce was named to the second team when the Pacific-10 All-Academic Team for women's cross country was announced Wednesday. Earning honorable mention from were Erin Clark, Nicole Crawford, Stacey Fischer, Katie Magnuson, Allie Schroeder and Kelsea Schwing.
To be considered for the team, student-athletes had to be in at least their second year at their current school, have a minimum 3.0 overall grade point average and be a starter or significant contributor to their team.
Fuller (Philomath, Ore./Philomath HS), a junior, has a 3.90 GPA and is majoring in Business Administration. Wilson (Hermiston, Ore./Hermiston HS), a redshirt freshman, has a 4.00 GPA and is majoring in Pre-Chemical Engineering. Younce (Portland, Ore./Sunset HS), a sophomore, has a 3.78 GPA and is majoring in Business Administration.
Clark (Prineville, Ore./Crook County HS), a junior; Crawford (Grand Junction, Colo./Fruita Monument HS), a redshirt freshman; Fischer (Molalla, Ore./Molalla HS), a junior; Magnuson (White Bear Lake, Minn./Rogers HS, Wash.), a junior; Schroeder (Portland, Ore./LaSalle HS), a redshirt freshman; and Schwing (Bend, Ore./Bend HS), a redshirt freshman, were part of OSU's first cross country team since 1987. Oregon State revived women's cross country and women's track and field this year after having dropped the sport following the 1987-88 academic year.