Pac-10 Names 23 Cougars to Track & Field All-Academic Teams
June 4, 2007
WALNUT CREEK, Calif., -- Washington State University had 23 student-athletes named to the 2007 Pacific-10 Conference Men's and Women's Track and Field All-Academic teams, announced Monday by Commissioner Tom Hansen. To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade-point average and be either a starter or significant contributor, and not be a freshman or transfer student.
Pac-10 All-Academic Men's Track & FieldFirst Team WSU Men:Name, Year, GPA, Major, HometownRyan Scott, Sr., 3.88, Management & Operations, Kalama, Wash.
Second Team WSU Men:Drew Ulrick, Sr., 3.47, History, Spokane, Wash.
Honorable Mention WSU Men:John Cassleman, Sr., 3.08, History, Pullman, Wash.Justin Chambers, Jr., 3.14, Agriculture Business, Albany, Ore.Alex Grant, Jr., 3.36, Environmental Science, Bellingham, Wash.Jon Jeffreys, Jr., 3.35, Finance, Spokane Valley, Wash.Andrew Jones, Sr., 3.28, Wildlife Ecology, Gillette, Wyo.Matt Lamb, So., 3.05, Biochemistry, Emmett, IdahoBrian Woods, Sr., 3.01, Social Sciences, Buena Vista, Calif.
Pac-10 All-Academic Women's Track & FieldFirst Team WSU Women:Name, Year, GPA, Major, HometownKaren DeMartini, Jr., 3.77, Accounting, Reno, Nev.Angelica Flynn, So., 3.85, Movement Studies, Tacoma, Wash.Kaylee Gardner, Jr., 3.82, Movement Studies, Bellingham, Wash.McKinnon Hanson, Jr., 3.99, Philosophy, LaPush, Wash.Sara Trané, So., 3.93, Movement Studies, Pixbo, Sweden
Honorable Mention WSU Women:Lorraine King, So., 3.34, Biology, Fontana, Calif.Collier Lawrence, Jr., 3.02, Movement Studies, Reno, Nev.Meghan Leonard, Jr., 3.21, Movement Studies, Newberg, Ore.Nicole McClendon, Sr., 3.24, Psychology, Granada Hills, Calif.Kayle Peterson, Sr., 3.53, Social Sciences, Port Orchard, Wash.Kelly Ramirez, Jr., 3.46, Biology, Duvall, Wash.Marisa Sandoval, So., 3.55, English, Los Alamos, NM
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