36 Honored As Pac-10 All-Academic In Track & Field
June 8, 2010
Walnut Creek, Calif. - Stanford was well-represented with the announcement of the Pac-10 All-Academic teams for track and field. 20 men and 16 women were honored by Pac-10 Commissioner Larry Scott for their work both in the classroom and on the track.
The Stanford men had four athletes named to the first team led by Miles Unterreiner who carries a 3.96 grade point average as an undeclared sophomore. Cody Cox, Chris Derrick and Justin Reed were also named to the first team. Reed was the only repeat first-teamer as Cox was named to the second team last year. Unterreiner and Derrick were not eligible last season as freshmen.
The women's first-teamers were Madeline Duhon and Caitlin Hewitt. Duhon repeats as a first team award winner, while Hewitt was named to the second team each of the last two seasons. Duhon carries 3.88 gpa in economics, while Hewitt is at 3.72 in civil engineering.
The Cardinal had three men and six women on the second team and four of the second team honorees competing at the upcoming NCAA Outdoor Championships. Elliott Heat will represent the men, while Jaynie Goodbody, Arantxa King and Stephanie Marcy will represent the women.
Finally, 13 men and eight women were named honorable mention to give Stanford 36 total student-athletes honored. Below is the complete list.