Callie Withers and Nicole Barnhart Named NSCAA Academic All-Americans
Jan. 16, 2003
Stanford, Calif. - Stanford women's soccer players Callie Withers (Los Altos Hills, CA) and Nicole Barnhart (Gilbertsville, PA) were selected to the 2002 NSCAA/adidas Women's Collegiate Scholar All-America Team. Withers, a senior, was named to the First Team, while Barnhart earned Third Team accolades.
Withers was a dominate force in the midfield, earning First Team All-America and Pac-10 honors as well. Barnhart, a sophomore goalkeeper, joined Withers on the All-America and Pac-10 teams.
Withers holds a 3.30 GPA in human biology, while Barnhart has a 3.40 GPA in studio art.
The NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America Teams will be honored at the NSCAA/adidas All-America Luncheon, to be held Saturday, Jan. 18, as part of the 2003 NSCAA Convention in Kansas City, Mo.
The complete list of honorees follows.
2002 NSCAA/adidas Scholar All-America Team
First TeamG, Melissa Haire, Sr., West Virginia, 3.93, Mechanical Engineering, Lewisburg, Pa.D, Breanna Boyd, Sr., Nebraska, 3.38, Biological Sciences, Lincoln, Neb.D, Caroline Cayard, Jr., Georgia, 3.32, Finance, Houston, TexasD, Katheryn Foley, Sr., Connecticut, 3.97, Pharmacy, Tolland, Conn.D, Susan Palmer, Sr., Pepperdine, 3.30, Liberal Arts, Los Alamitos, Calif.M, Ashley Dryer, Sr., Notre Dame, 3.52, Psychology/Sociology, Salt Lake City, UtahM, Tara Flint, Jr., William & Mary, 3.82, Math/Computer Science, Sterling, Va.M, Joanna Lohman, Jr., Penn State, 3.97, Business Management, Silver Spring, Md.M, Callie Withers , Sr., Stanford, 3.30, Human Biology, Stanford, Calif.F, Stephanie Kruse, Sr., Nebraska-Omaha, 3.72, Marketing, Omaha, Neb.F, Christie Welsh, Sr., Penn State, 3.35, Human Development, Massapequa, N.Y.
Second TeamG, Meghann Burke, Sr., Saint Louis, 3.69, Psychology/Political Science, St. Louis, Mo.D, Elise Berry*, Sr., Purdue, 3.43, Psychology, Worthington, OhioD, Diana Detrie, Sr., Marquette, 3.75, Accounting, Green Bay, Wis.D, Maren Harper, Sr., Utah, 4.00, Political Science, Salt Lake City, UtahD, Jennifer Miller, Sr., Ohio State, 3.87, Engineering, Dayton, OhioM, Erica Adelstein, Sr., Trinity (Texas), 3.47, Finance, Dallas, TexasM, Katie Carson*, Sr., Furman, 3.42, History/Spanish, Greensboro, N.C.M, Patty Cronin*, Sr., Merrimack, 3.55, Math/Computer Science, Norfolk, Mass.M, Jennifer Kehl, Sr., Saint Louis, 3.62, Communication/Spanish, Fort Collins, Colo.F, Heidi Drummond, Jr., Penn State, 3.35, Psychology, Littleton, Colo.F, Annie Schenck*, Sr., Emory, 3.91, Psychology, Cincinnati, Ohio
Third TeamG, Nicole Barnhart, Sr., Stanford, 3.40, Studio Art, Gilbertsville, Pa.D, Prue Cormie, Jr., Virginia Commonwealth, 3.85, Interdisciplinary Studies, Gold Coast, AustraliaD, Noelle Takamoto, Sr., Hawaii, 3.50, History, Honolulu, HawaiiD, Jackie Van Looven, Sr., Central Florida, 3.51, Advertising/Public Relations, Lake Mary, Fla.D, Kristina Wilson, Jr., Cincinnati, 3.53, Psychology/Law, Cincinnati, OhioM, Mary McVeigh, Sr., Dartmouth, 3.49, Philosophy, Northampton, Mass.M, Allison Mitchell, Jr., Clemson, 3.85, Aquaculture Fisheries/Wildfire Biology, Signal Mountain, Tenn.M, Tari St. John, Sr., Purdue, 3.41, Management/Accounting, Brookfield, Wis.M, Franny Swajkoski, Sr., William & Mary, 3.80, Physics/Math, Boise, IdahoF, Kelly Fink, Jr., Wisconsin-Stevens Point, 3.58, Elementary Education, West Bend, Wis.F, Katie Roberts, Jr., Francis Marion, 3.53, Elementary Education, Frederick, Md.