USC’s Miura and Otto Earn Spots on Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll
USC women's basketball sophomore Alyson Miura and India Otto have locked down Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll accolades for the 2020-21 second, both boasting cumulative GPAs over 3.3 through fall 2020. It's the first round of Pac-12 academic honors for the pair, as they are just eligible for the awards this year as true sophomores.
Both known for their shooting abilities from 3-point range, Alyson Miura and India Otto also have shown they can come up big from the classroom as well. A health and human sciences major, Muira held a 3.89 GPA at the close of fall 2020 to more than earn her place on the Pac-12 honor roll. Otto, meanwhile, is a journalism major who posted a 3.57 during her sophomore campaign.
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Any student-athlete on their respective team roster with a cumulative grade-point average of 3.3-or-above, and who has served at least one year in residence at the institution, is eligible for the distinction. Any student-athlete who qualifies will be named to the Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll during the season in which they compete.