Twelve Cougars Earn Pac-10 All-Academic Rowing Honors
June 3, 2004
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - The Washington State University women's rowing program placed a combined 12 student-athletes on the Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Rowing Team, conference Commissioner Tom Hansen announced, May 27.
Six Cougars - Kasia Bloch, Debbie Curry, Courtney Goodridge, Maryann Lundberg, Rosy Miller and Suzanne Vogt - earned a first team selection while six - Jessica Bills, Sharon Finney, Laura Griffin, Amy Hendershot, Angela Manson and Lori Maricle - garnered second team honors.
To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 grade point average and either be a starter or significant substitute.
2004 Washington State Rowing Pac-10 All-Academic
First Team Year GPA Major HometownKasia Bloch So. 3.75 Zoology Wroclaw, PolandDebbie Curry Sr. 3.58 Business Ad. Pullman, Wash.Courtney Goodridge So. 3.91 Sociology North Merrick, N.Y.Maryann Lundberg Jr. 3.54 Finance Brush Prairie, Wash.Rosy Miller Jr. 3.67 Animal Sci. Coeur d' Alene, IdahoSuzanne Vogt So. 3.70 Movement St. Spokane, Wash.
Second TeamJessica Bills So. 3.02 History Willow, AlaskaSharon Finney So. 3.12 Nutrition Harrison, IdahoLaura Griffin So. 3.27 Undeclared Anchorage, AlaskaAmy Hendershot So. 3.21 Undeclared Tacoma, Wash.Angela Manson Jr. 3.10 Biology Battle Ground, Wash.Lori Maricle Jr. 3.18 Comm. Bellingham, Wash.
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