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CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA® TEAM SELECTED BY COSIDA FOR RELEASE: Thursday, June 26 – 12 noon (EDT) Please visit the Capital One Academic All-America® website http://www.capitaloneacademicallamerica.com/ LUKE CALDWELL, ABBEY D’AGOSTINO HEADLINE CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA® DIVISION I TRACK AND FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS AUSTIN, Texas – Senior distance runners Luke Caldwell of the University of New Mexico and Abbey D’Agostino of Dartmouth College lead the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s and Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Caldwell and D’Agostino have been chosen as the winners of the Capital One All-America® of the Year award for Division I Men’s and Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country programs, respectively. A physics major with a 3.92 G.P.A., Caldwell makes his second-consecutive appearance on the Capital One All-America® Division I Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country team, after earning second-team honors last season. Caldwell won the 5,000 and 10,000 meters at the 2014 Mountain West Conference Outdoor Track & Field Championships as New Mexico’s men completed the program’s first “Triple Crown” by taking the cross country, indoor and outdoor team titles. The native of Betchworth, England, was named trackboundUSA.com’s 2014 Male Track Athlete of the Year. Caldwell is a three-time MWC Student-Athlete of the Year, twice in indoor track & field in 2013 and 2014, and once outdoors in 2013. He is a nine-time MWC individual champion and five-time U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-American. Caldwell is the Lobos’ and conference record-holder in the indoor 5,000-meter run and school record-holder in the outdoor 5,000 meters. He is a transfer from the University of Oxford and recently finished sixth in the 5,000 at the European Team Championships in Braunschweig, Germany. The most decorated student-athlete in Ivy League history, D’Agostino was a seven-time NCAA Division I cross country/track and field champion and still found time to maintain a 3.72 G.P.A. in psychology. Her NCAA titles include two indoor and two outdoor 5,000 meters. The native of Topsfield, Massachusetts, makes her second appearance on the Capital One All-America® Division I Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country first team. D’Agostino is a 13-time NCAA All-American overall, which are three more than the next-closest Ivy League student-athlete in 131 years of record keeping. Her 16 Ivy cross country/track and field championships included the grueling 10K, 5K and 3K at the 2014 Ivy League Heptagonal Championship Meet in May. That featured her first collegiate attempt at 10,000 meters and unanimously earned her Most Outstanding Female Track Athlete of the Meet honors. D’Agostino is a 15-time regional and national award winner overall including the national 2014 Honda Sports Award in cross country. She won the 20214 Kenneth Archibald Prize as Dartmouth’s top scholar-athlete. D’Agostino is scheduled to compete in the 5,000 meters at the USA Track & Field Championships in Sacramento, California June 27. She plans to run professionally next year and eventually pursue a master’s degree in psychology or social work.
Caldwell, D’Agostino Headline Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Track & Field/Cross Country Teams In addition to Caldwell, Sam Bombaugh of the University of Louisville and Logan Renwick of the University of Notre Dame are the only repeat selections on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country team, both earning second-team honors last year. Joining Caldwell, Bombaugh and Renwick are Gabriel Aragon and Patrick Zacharias of New Mexico; Tyler Byrne of Louisville, Joseph Caraway of Louisiana State University, Reed Connor of the University of Wisconsin, and Chris DeWitt of the University of the Incarnate Word, while Levi Gipson of the University of Nebraska, Nick Miller of Oklahoma State University, Dan Shafer of Wright State University, Jim Spisak of Duquesne University, Kyle Wait of Kansas State University and Cabell Willis of the Virginia Military Institute round out the 15-member squad. New Mexico has three representatives on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country first team, while Louisville had a pair of student-athletes recognized. A Falmouth, Massachusetts, native with a 3.90 G.P.A. in political science, Bombaugh was one of the recipients for the prestigious NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. He graduated magna cum laude after recording a 4.0 semester grade-point average for the fourth time in his tenure. In February 2014, he was named the American Athletic Conference Institutional Male-Scholar Athlete for track and field. During the track and field season, Bombaugh won his second consecutive weight throw title at the AAC Indoor Championship. He set the school record this year in the hammer throw. A senior Butler, Pennsylvania, Renwick graduated with a 3.89 G.P.A. in mechanical engineering. He was the recipient of the Byron V Kanaley Award, the highest honor given to a graduating Notre Dame student-athlete. Renwick placed fourth in both the long jump and triple at the 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Outdoor Track and Field Championship. He was named to the ACC Indoor Track and Field and the USTFCCA All-Academic teams. Renwick finished third in the long jump at the 2013 BIG EAST Outdoor Championships. Aragon hails from Albuquerque, New Mexico, and is a graduate student who had a 3.95 G.P.A. in business administration as undergrad. He won the 800 meters at the 2014 MWC Outdoor Track and Field Championship as New Mexico’s men completed the program’s first “Triple Crown” by taking the cross country, indoor and outdoor team titles. Aragon earned first team All-American honors on the 2011 distance medley relay, and was a four-time indoor All-MWC West performer in the 800 meters (2012, 2014), 1,600 relay (2013) and DMR (2011). He was a four-time academic all-conference selection and twice a Mountain West Scholar-Athlete. Boasting a 4.03 G.P.A. in biology, Zacharias capped off an impressive senior year with third place finishes in the 5,000 and 10,000 meter races at the 2014 MWC Outdoor Track & Field Championship as New Mexico’s men completed the program’s first “Triple Crown” by taking the cross country, indoor and outdoor team titles. The Albuquerque, New Mexico, native was a five-time all-Mountain West performer over the past two seasons. In cross country, Zacharias was named to the USTFCCCA all-Mountain Region and all-conference first teams in both 2012 and 2013. A justice administration major, Byrne sports a 3.81 cumulative G.P.A. The native of Georgetown, Indiana, became Louisville’s third cross country All-American, shortly after earning all-region honors, winning the AAC individual title and leading the Cardinals to its second conference title in school history. He set school records in the 8K and 10K distances. On the track, Byrne won the AAC indoor 3,000 meters title and the league’s outdoor 5,000 meter crown. He took runner-up at AAC Outdoor Track and Field Championship in 10,000 meters, while finishing third at the AAC indoor meet in 5,000. A native of Lacassine, Louisiana, Caraway graduated from LSU in May 2013 with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology and has a perfect 4.00 G. P.A. in pursuing a master’s degree in the discipline. He was an NCAA East Prelims qualifier in the pole vault in each of his four seasons. Caraway cleared a career best 17-feet, 7 inches during the 2014 indoor season. He scored a total of 19 points for the Tigers at Southeastern Conference Conference championships during his career including a pair of fourth-place finishes. Caraway was LSU’s nominee for the 2013 SEC H. Boyd McWhorter Scholar-Athlete Award and selected to the SEC Community Service Team for track and field.
Caldwell, D’Agostino Headline Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Track & Field/Cross Country Teams Connor, from Houston, Texas, graduated with a 3.43 G.P.A. in marketing and real estate and urban land economics. A three-time Big Ten champion in track and field, he was named the 2014 Big Ten Indoor Track Athlete of the Year after helping Wisconsin win its second-straight indoor conference crown. Connor won the 10,000 meters while finishing runner-up in the 5,000 meters. During his career, the Badgers won four Big Ten team titles in track and field, and four more in cross country. Connor was a four-time All-American, who was part of the 2011 NCAA championship team in cross country. DeWitt, a junior from San Antonio, Texas, carries a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in business administration. He is the No. 2 sprinter in the Incarnate Word 100- and 200-meter dash record books in leading the school into NCAA Division I and Southland Conference competition. DeWitt placed seventh in the 100 meters at the SLC meet and anchored the fifth place 400 meter relay team. He was the 2013 NCAA Division II Elite 89 Award winner at the outdoor track and field championships. His resume includes All-Lone Star Conference, USTFCCCA All- Region, USTFCCCA Division II All-Academic and LSC Academic Team honors. A sophomore from Lincoln, Nebraska, Gipson has been part of the Huskers’ school record-breaking indoor 4x400 meter relay teams and maintains a 3.92 G.P.A. majoring in nutrition, exercise and health science. He is a three-time All-American including a runner-up finish in the 4x400 at the 2014 NCAA Indoor Championship. Gipson was the Big Ten Indoor 600 meter champion and has ran on a pair of conference championship relay teams. An Academic all-Big Ten and Big Ten Male Track Athlete of the Week selection, he is an O.N.E. Coalition-Ollie Webb Parent to Parent volunteer. Miller, junior from Carlisle, England, finished the outdoor track and field season as one of the world’s best hammer throwers while keeping a 3.56 G.P.A. in university studies. His hammer throw of 244-0 at the Big 12 Outdoor Championship in May was a school record, Big 12 meet and overall conference record and the No. 1 throw in the NCAA. A five-time All-American and Big 12 champion during his Oklahoma State career, he was the 2014 NCAA runner-up indoors in the weight throw and outdoors with the hammer. He won 10 of 15 competitions in 2014 and was trackboundUSA.com’s Male Field Athlete of the Year. Miller is a two-time Academic all-Big 12 selection. A senior from Painesville, Ohio, Shafer became Wright State’s first runner to win the Horizon League Outdoor 10,000-meter title this spring. He finished with a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in pursuing a master’s degree in accountancy. Shafer was runner-up at the 2013 Horizon League Cross Country Championships. A three-time Academic All-Horizon League selection, he was the league’s Male Scholar Athlete of the Month in September and October 2013. With a runner-up finish in the 10,000-meter run at the 2014 NCAA East Prelims, Spisak became only the second male Duquesne track and field athlete to reach the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship. The native of Johnstown, Pennsylvania, posted an undergrad G.P.A. of 3.76 in secondary education/social studies and has a 4.00 G.P.A. through one year of graduate school in instructional technology. Spisak was Duquesne’s 2013-14 Male Student Athlete of the Year after winning the Atlantic-10 outdoor championship in the 5,000 and 10,000 meters. He is the school record holder in the 1,500, 5,000 and 10,000 meters. Wait, a senior from Gardner, Kansas, maintained a 3.68 G.P.A. majoring in wildlife biology. He is a three-time Big 12 pole vault champion and three-time USTFCCCA All-American. Wait was runner-up at the 2014 Big 12 Outdoor Championship and qualified for the NCAA West Prelims. He is Kansas State’s indoor pole record- holder and ranks No. 2 outdoors. Wait is a two-time Academic All-Big 12 first team selection. A five-time Big South Conference Scholar-Athlete of the Year for VMI, Willis compiled a 3.97 G.P.A. majoring in history. He swept the BSC’s cross country, indoor and outdoor track awards in 2012-13. The Richmond, Virginia, native held rank in the VMI Corps of Cadets and was part of the Presidential Fellows Program through the Center for the Student of the Presidency and Congress in Washington, D.C. Willis finished 18th at the 2013 Big South Cross County Championship and was two-time place-winner at conference outdoor meets.
Caldwell, D’Agostino Headline Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Track & Field/Cross Country Teams The 15 members of the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s Track and Field/Cross Country first team have an average G.P.A. of 3.85. Joining D’Agostino as repeat selections on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country first team are Julie Bottorff of Duke University and Frances Dowd of Virginia Tech (2012). Hannah Kiser of the University of Idaho, was named to the second team in 2012, while Juli Accurso of Ohio University, Katie Clark of Butler University, Amber Henry Schultz of Weber State University and Caitlin Way of Oklahoma State were third team selections in 2013. Completing the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country first team roster are Anne Martin of Nebraska, Devin McMahon and Emily Schearer of Cornell University, Adabelle Ekechukwu of Harvard University, Tessa Hoefle of Lipscomb University, Janice Jackson of the University of Texas-El Paso, and Mara Olson of Butler University. Butler and Cornell each have two student-athletes on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s Track and Field/Cross Country first team. The 2014 ACC’s Indoor & Outdoor Track Performer of the Year, graduate student Bottorff kept busy and maintained a 3.70 G.P.A. in markets and management studies. The native of Newark, Delaware, placed third in the 10,000 meters and fifth in the 5,000 at the recent NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship. Bottorff won her first ACC title in the 10,000 and was runner-up in the 5,000 in May. She was named the ACC Scholar- Athlete of the Year, and also received both an ACC Postgraduate Scholarship and an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. Bottorff was named to the all-ACC Academic team eight times between cross country and track and field. Dowd, a senior from Fairfax, Virginia, carries a 4.00 G.P.A. in environmental policy and planning. She earned Capital One Academic All-America® first team honors in 2012. Dowd placed fourth in the 800 meters at the 2014 ACC Indoor Track and Field Championship. Highlighting her career was the 15th-place finish at the 2012 NCAA Championship in the 800-meter run to earn second team All-American honors. A two-time All-ACC performer in the 800, Dowd was named to the 2011 USTFCCCA All-Academic team. A two-time Western Athletic Conference individual cross country champion for the Vandals, Kiser has a 3.94 G.P.A. in biochemistry. She was named to the 2012 Capital One Academic All-America® second team. Kiser is a three-time conference indoor 3,000 meters champion and two-time USTFCCCA All-American in the event. The native of Wenatchee, Washington, became the first woman in WAC outdoor track history to win the 1,500-, 5,000- and 10,000-meter races and earn the Women’s Outstanding Track Performer of the Year at the 2014 championships. She is a five-time USTFCCCA and nine-time WAC All-Academic selection. Accurso, a senior from Casstown, Ohio, kept a 3.90 G.P.A. majoring in French and linguistics. She was a three-time NCAA cross country All-American and 2012 USTFCCCA Indoor All-America selection for the Bobcats. Accurso finished her career as the only three-time cross country champion in Mid-American Conference history and also captured a pair of NCAA Great Lakes Regional crowns. She was named to the 2013 Capital One Academic All-America® third team. Accurso set six school records in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track. A graduate student with a 4.00 G.P.A. in school counseling, Clark earned 2013 Capital One Academic All- America® third team honors. The native of Hull, England, helped Butler place third at the NCAA Division I Cross Country Championships last fall. Clark earned cross country All-American honors in 2012 and is the school’s record holder in both the 5,000 and 10,000 meters on the track. Henry Schultz, a senior from Mountain View, Wyoming, completed a busy year by winning five Big Sky Conference titles and earning All-American honors in both track and field, and cross country. She maintained a 3.89 G.P.A. and graduated in April with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. During the spring, Henry Schultz was named one of the 25 Greatest Female Athletes in Big Sky history after finishing her career with 11 conference
Caldwell, D’Agostino Headline Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Track & Field/Cross Country Teams individual titles in cross country, and indoor and outdoor track and field. She earned 2013 Capital One Academic All-America® third team honors. Hailing from Mitchell, South Dakota, Way carries a 4.00 G.P.A. majoring in physiology. She earned 2013 Capital One Academic All-America® third team honors. Way is a two-time all-Big 12 performer in both the outdoor hammer and indoor weight throws. She is a three-time Academic all-Big 12 first team selection. McMahon, a senior from Redmond, Washington, has a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. majoring in biological sciences. She was NCAA’s Elite 89 Award winner at the 2013 cross country championship. McMahon is a three-time NCAA qualifier and All-Ivy League selection in cross country, earning all-region honors as a freshman. She has been part of two Ivy League/Heptagonal Championship teams in cross country and outdoor track and field. A Rhodes Scholar candidate, Schearer has a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. while double majoring in biological sciences and government. The senior from Lafayette, California, is a three-time All-Ivy League and two-time all-region selection in cross country. She was the individual runner-up at the 2012 Ivy League/Heptagonal championships. Schearer has been a member of four league championship teams. Ekechukwu, a senior from Oak Brook, Illinois, was a three-time Ivy League weight throw champion and the 2013 USTFCCCA Northeast Region Field Athlete of the Year for the Crimson of Harvard. She maintains a 3.69 G.P.A. majoring in neurobiology. Ekechukwu earned 2012 USTFCCCA All-American honors in the indoor weight throw and claimed the 2013 Ivy League Most Outstanding Field Performer award. Hoefle, a senior from Winnebago, Illinois, crafted a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in English. She helped lead the Lipscomb cross country team to three straight Atlantic Sun Conference championships. Hoefle’s career was highlighted by the A-Sun championship in the 5,000 meters. She was a three-time A-Sun Scholar Athlete of the Year. A native of St. Catherine, Jamaica, Jackson graduated from UTEP with a 3.93 G.P.A. and is pursuing her master’s degree in history. She is a two-time All-American for the Miners, setting the school record in the 60 meter hurdles at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championship. Jackson won the Conference USA Indoor 60 meter hurdles title and was a member of the champion 4x400 meter relay team. At the C-USA Outdoor Championships, she claimed her second straight 100 meter hurdles crown. Jackson was named to the 2013 USTFCCCA and C-USA All-Academic teams. A two-time NCAA Elite 89 Award winner at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship, Martin maintained a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in elementary education. The native of Waverly, Nebraska, earned second team All-American honors with a 13th place showing in the heptathlon at the NCAA outdoor. Martin had seven top 10 finishes in the Big Ten and Big 12 multi-event competition including a runner-up finish at the 2013 Big Ten heptathlon. She was twice recognized as a Big Ten Distinguished Scholar in 2012 and 2013. Martin was a three-time USTFCCCA All-Academic and Academic all-Big Ten selection. Olson, a junior from Minneapolis, Minnesota, became the first female athlete in Butler history to compete in the NCAA championship meets in cross country, indoor track and field, and outdoor track and field in the same academic year. She has a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in biology and was the NCAA Elite 89 Award winner at the 2014 indoor track and field championship. Olson earned All-American honors at all three venues, placing 26th in cross country as the Bulldogs placed third in the team standings, and then gained second team All-American status with 10th place in the 3,000 meters indoors and 12th place in the 5,000 meters outdoors. She is the Butler record-holder in the 3,000 and 5,000 meters indoors. The 15 members of the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country first team have an average G.P.A. of 3.94 and includes seven student-athletes with 4.00 G.P.A.
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2014 Capital One Academic All-America ® Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country Team Division I FIRST TEAM Name School Yr. Hometown GPA Major Gabriel Aragon (2) New Mexico Gr. Albuquerque, N.M. 3.95 Business Administration Sam Bombaugh (2) Louisville Sr. Falmouth, Mass. 3.90 Political Science Tyler Byrne Louisville Sr. Georgetown, Ind. 3.81 Justice Administration Luke Caldwell New Mexico Sr. Betchworth, England 3.92 Physics Joseph Caraway LSU Sr. Lacassine, La. 4.00 Masters of Kinesiology Reed Connor Wisconsin Sr. Houston, Texas 3.43 Real Estate & Urban Econ./Mktg. Chris Dewitt Incarnate Word Jr. San Antonio, Texas 4.00 Business Administration Levi Gipson Nebraska So. Lincoln, Neb. 3.92 Nutrition, Exercise & Health Science Nick Miller Oklahoma State Jr. Carlisle, England 3.56 University Studies Logan Renwick (2) Notre Dame Sr. Butler, Pa. 3.89 Mechanical Engineering Dan Shafer Wright State Sr. Painesville, Ohio 4.00 Accountancy Jim Spisak Duquesne Gr. Johnstown, Pa. 3.76 Sec. Education (UG) / Inst. Tech. (G) Kyle Wait Kansas State Sr. Gardner, Kan. 3.68 Wildlife Biology Cabell Willis Virginia Military Institute Sr. Richmond, Va. 3.97 History Patrick Zacharias New Mexico Sr. Albuquerque, N.M. 4.03 Biology SECOND TEAM Name School Yr. Hometown GPA Major Brett Bogaard U.S. Naval Academy Sr. Pella, Iowa 3.95 Quantitative Economics Thomas Buffone U.S. Naval Academy Jr. Freehold, N.J. 4.00 Physics Adam Chase (3) East Tennessee State Jr. Kingsport, Tenn. 4.00 Mathematics Jacob Devalve Liberty Gr. Manchester, Conn. 3.96 Religion (UG)/Biblical Studies (G) Caleb Edmonds Liberty Sr. Cooperstown, N.Y. 3.85 Biology (Pre-Med) Wes Gonzales Louisiana, Lafayette Sr. New Orleans, La. 4.00 Marketing Martin Hehir Syracuse Jr. Washingtonville, N.Y. 3.92 Biology Evan Karakolis Rice So. Scarborough, Ontario 4.00 Mechanical Engineering Kyle McKenna Utah State Sr. Farmington, Utah 3.98 Music Stephan Munz Virginia Tech Gr. Goppingen, Germany 3.72 Curriculum & Instruction Josh Nielsen U.S. Air Force Academy Sr. Forest Lake, Minn. 3.87 Computer Science/Pre-Med Andrew Pisechko Arkansas So. Webb City, Mo. 4.00 Accounting Cody Rush Nebraska So. Grand Island, Neb. 3.95 Nutrition Science Mick Viken (3) Eastern Illinois Sr. Arlington Heights, Ill. 3.39 Kinesiology/Sport Studies Kendall Ward U.S. Military Academy Sr. Highland Falls, N.Y. 3.96 Economics THIRD TEAM Name School Yr. Hometown GPA Major Brogan Austin Drake Sr. Boone, Iowa 3.75 Mathematics Stefan Brits (2) Florida State Jr. Cape Town, South Africa 3.91 Chemical Science Lucas Cotter Tennessee, Chattanooga Gr. Collierville, Tenn. 3.80 MBA Andy Curtis Drake Sr. Manchester, Iowa 3.94 Biochemistry/Cell & Molecular Biology Ben Demaree Santa Clara Sr. Portland, Oregon 3.89 Bioengineering Harry Dixon Eastern Michigan Sr. Nelson, New Zealand 3.99 Biology Timothy Faust Ohio State Jr. Harvey, Ill. 3.54 Special Education Mason Ferlic Michigan Jr. St. Paul, Minn. 3.55 Aerospace Engineering Trevor Halsted California, Davis Jr. Davis, Calif. 4.00 Mechanical Engineering Steven Jordan Drake Jr. McFarland, Wis. 4.00 Pharmacy Brandon Lasater Georgia Tech Jr. Perry, Ga. 3.64 Electrical Engineering Brandon Lord Georgia Jr. Chattanooga, Tenn. 3.64 Applied Biotechnology Caleb Rhynard Michigan State So. Shepherd, Mich. 3.96 Kinesiology Alonzo Russell Florida State Sr. Freeport, Bahamas 3.78 Psychology Alfredo Santana La Salle Sr. Philadelphia, Pa. 3.32 Psychology Academic All-America® of the Year: Luke Caldwell, New Mexico (2) - Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Second Team in 2013 (3) - Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Third Team in 2013
2014 Capital One Academic All-America ® Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country Team Division I FIRST TEAM Name School Yr. Hometown GPA Major Juli Accurso (3) Ohio Sr. Casstown, Ohio 3.90 French/Linguistics Juliet Bottorff (1) Duke Gr. Newark, Del. 3.70 Markets & Management Studies Katie Clark (3) Butler Gr. Hull, England 3.74 Crim./ Psych./School Counseling Abbey D'Agostino (1) Dartmouth Sr. Topsfield, Mass. 3.72 Psychology Frances Dowd @ Virginia Tech Sr. Fairfax, Va. 4.00 Environmental Policy & Planning Adabelle Ekechukwu Harvard Sr. Oak Brook, Ill. 3.69 Neurobiology Amber Henry Schultz (3) Weber State Sr. Mountain View, Wyo. 3.89 Nursing Tessa Hoefle Lipscomb Sr. Winnebago, Ill. 4.00 English Janice Jackson Texas-El Paso Gr. St. Catherine, Jamaica 3.93 History Hannah Kiser # Idaho Sr. Wenatchee, Wash. 3.94 Biochemistry Anne Martin Nebraska Sr. Waverly, Neb. 4.00 Elementary Education Devin Mcmahon Cornell Sr. Redmond, Wash. 4.00 Biological Sciences Mara Olson Butler Jr. Minneapolis, Minn. 4.00 Biology Emily Shearer Cornell Sr. Lafayette, Calif. 4.00 Biological Sciences/Government Caitlin Way (3) Oklahoma State Sr. Mitchell, S.D. 4.00 Physiology SECOND TEAM Name School Yr. Hometown GPA Major Dior Delophont Kent State So. Nancy, France 3.94 Fashion Design Ann Eason Eastern Kentucky Jr. Lexington, Ky. 3.95 Elementary Education Teaching Rebecca Esselstein (3) U.S. Air Force Academy Jr. Dayton, Ohio 3.97 Astronautical Engineering Lizzie Gleason Dayton Sr. Dayton, Ohio 3.99 Biology Sarah Graham South Carolina So. Wake Forest, N.C. 4.00 Management Science Andrea Keklak Georgetown Jr. Sudbury, Mass. 3.77 Sociology Elinor Kirk UAB Gr. Swansea, Wales 3.75 Communications Maddie McClellan North Dakota State Jr. Perham, Minn. 4.00 English Education Kali Olson South Dakota State Sr. Lisbon, N.D. 4.00 Psychology Lucie Ondraschkova (3) Georgia Sr. Opava, Czech Republic 3.89 Finance Alexis Paine (2) Alabama Sr. Mobile, Ala. 3.89 English Colleen Quigley Florida State Jr. St. Louis, Mo. 3.94 Dietetics Laura Roesler Oregon Sr. Fargo, N.D. 3.54 Psychology Jeannelle Scheper South Carolina Sr. Gros Islet, St. Lucia 3.71 Mathematics Kiley Tobel Michigan Sr. Commerce Twp., Mich. 3.79 Biopsych., Cognition, & Neuroscience THIRD TEAM Name School Yr. Hometown GPA Major Kelsie Ahbe Indiana Gr. Uniontown, Ohio 3.47 Public Health Administration Megan Barry Hartford Sr. South Yarmouth 3.92 Biology Nia Barnes Alabama Jr. West Orange, N.J. 4.00 Telecomm. & Film-Media Production Molly Basch Austin Peay State Sr. Cincinnati, Ohio 4.00 Psychology Alycia Butterworth Idaho Sr. Parksville, B.C. 3.91 Marketing Alexandra Collatz USC Jr. Bakersfield, Calif. 3.52 Cognitive Science Autumn Gipson Middle Tennessee State Sr. Knoxville, Tenn. 4.00 Exercise Science Therese Jernbeck LSU So. Stockholm, Sweden 4.00 International Trade & Finance Katie Kessler Wofford Sr. Springboro, Ohio 4.00 Biology Sandi Morris Arkansas Sr. Greenville, S.C. 3.94 Journalism Brooke Pleger Bowling Green State Jr. Saline, Mich. 3.72 Nursing Lindsay Prettyman Delaware Sr. Newark, Del. 3.88 Exercise Science Rosalie Waller Utah Sr. Bountiful, Utah 3.99 Biomedical Engineering Teresa Williamson Radford Jr. Chesapeake, Va. 4.00 Nursing Jessica Yates Grand Canyon Gr. Snohomish, Wash. 3.85 Master of Business Administration Academic All-America® of the Year: Abbey D’Agostino, Dartmouth (1) - Capital One Academic All-America® Division I First Team in 2013 (2) - Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Second Team in 2013 (3) - Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Third Team in 2013 (@) - Capital One Academic All-America® Division I First Team in 2012 (#) – Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Second Team in 2012
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