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YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. – Senior gymnasts Michael Newburger of The Ohio State University and Kim Jacob
of the University of Alabama lead the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s and Women’s
At-Large teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Newburger and Jacob have been chosen as the winners of the Capital One All-America® of the Year award for
Division I Men’s and Women’s At-Large programs, respectively.

The at-large team for the Capital One Academic All-America® program includes the sports of fencing, golf,
gymnastics, ice hockey, lacrosse rifle, skiing, swimming and diving, tennis, water polo for both men and
women; and bowling, rowing and field hockey for women; and volleyball and wrestling for men.

A physics and mathematics major with a 3.96 G.P.A., Newburger makes his second-consecutive appearance
on the Capital One All-America® Division I Men’s At-Large first team, after earning a spot last season. He is a
four-time Distinguished Merit Scholar, National Buckeye Scholar and three-time Big Ten Distinguished Scholar.
A native of Austin, Texas, he was a finalist for the Big Ten Medal of Honor and was a four-time Academic All-
Big Ten. A two-time All-American and 2013 NCAA champion on the pommel horse, he set a new NCAA and
Ohio State record on the apparatus scoring a 16.25 at the Windy City Invitational. The No. 1-ranked gymnast
on the pommel horse, he was also a finalist for the prestigious Nissen-Emery Award, presented annually to the
top-collegiate gymnast. Newburger won NCAA and Big Ten Postgraduate Scholarships and will pursue a Ph.D.
in physics at Ohio State.

Earning a 4.00 G.P.A. in exercise science, Jacob is the 2014 NCAA All-Around Champion and Honda Award
winner for gymnastics, earning four first-team All-America honors this season. A native of Raleigh, North
Carolina, she is the first-ever student-athlete to win the SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year three times, was the
winner of the SEC Postgraduate Scholarship award, and was the NCAA Elite 89 Award winner in 2013. During
her career in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, she has helped the Crimson Tide win NCAA titles in 2011 and 2012. It is
also Jacob’s second-career appearance on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s At-
Large first team.

The Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s At-Large first team is comprised of four swimmers,
three golfers, three skiers, three wrestlers, a fencer and Newburger is the only gymnast.

In additional to Newburger, Alabama golfer Cory Whitsett are the only two-time repeat first-team selection on
the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s At-Large team. Joining the duo on the first team are
swimmers Nick Caldwell of the University of Wisconsin, Brad deBorde of the University of Florida, Connor
Jaeger of the University of Michigan and Ivan Nechunaev of Grand Canyon University. Wrestlers Tyler
Caldwell of Oklahoma State University, Kendric Maple of the University of Oklahoma and David Taylor of
Penn State University all earned their first-career first-team honor, while skiers Andreas Haug of the University
of Colorado, and teammates Mats Resaland and Armin Triendl of the University of New Mexico are, as well.
Fellow golfers Brandon Hagy of the University of California and Bobby Wyatt of Alabama are also on the
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Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s At-Large first team, with fencer Gerek Meinhardt of the
University of Notre Dame rounds out the 15-member squad.

Haug and Jaeger were second-team selections on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I men’s at-
large team last year, with Haug also earning a spot on the second team in 2012. Hagy and DeBorde were
named to the third team in 2013, while deBorde landed a spot on the second team in 2012, as well.

Alabama and New Mexico are the only schools with two first-team representatives. All the first-team honorees
are also seniors or graduate students.

A Sarasota, Florida, native with a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in chemistry, Caldwell is a member of the U.S. Men’s
Swimming team. After transferring from Florida, the senior set three Big Ten records this year in the 200-,
1,000- and 1650-yard freestyle events this season. A second team All-Big Ten honoree, he swam the second-
fastest time in school history at the Big Ten Championships in the 500 freestyle (4:15.81). Caldwell also earned
a spot on the Academic All-Big Ten team.

Caldwell is a four-time All-American at Oklahoma and Oklahoma State, spending his last two seasons in
Stillwater, Oklahoma, competing for the Cowboys. The senior finished third at 165 pounds at the NCAA
Championship, helping OSU to a second-place finish in the team competition, just three points out of first
place. Caldwell has traveled internationally to compete, taking the year off during the 2011-12 campaign in
hopes of making a trip to the London Olympics and placed third at the 2011 Freestyle Olympic Trials Qualifier.
A native of Wichita, Kansas, he is an education major with a 3.54 G.P.A.

Boasting a 3.64 G.P.A. in industrial and systems engineering, deBorde is a 20-time All-American and 18-time
All-SEC selection, while holding the school record in the 50 and 100 freestyle events. The SEC Scholar-Athlete
of the Year this year, the Longwood, Florida, native is a two-time conference champion in the 50 freestyle. As a
senior, deBorde has earned a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and was president of the school’s Student-
Athlete Advisory Committee.

A native of Westlake Village, California, Hagy has a 3.72 G.P.A. in business. The senior was recently named
Golfweek’s Byron Nelson Award winner, presented to a graduating senior that has shown excellence in golf
and academics, as well as their character, community service and integrity, including good citizenship. The
sixth-ranked golfer in the country, he was a semifinalist for The Ben Hogan Award, given annually to the top-
college and amateur player. A first-team All-American and All-Pac-12 pick, he has been ranked as high as the
No. 4 amateur in the world this season. Scheduled to represent the U.S. at the Palmer Cup this year, he was
also named the Pac-12 Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

A senior from Blommenholm, Norway, Haug carries a 3.98 G.P.A. in accounting and finance and was a three-
time All-District 7 honoree, as well as a three time Capital One Academic All-America® at-large honoree. He
was named Colorado’s Senior Male Scholar Athlete for having the highest G.P.A. among all senior male
athletes, and was also given the CU Sports Performer of the Year award for athletic achievement, becoming
the first Buffs student-athlete to earn both awards. He is a six-time member of the Dean’s List, earning a 4.0
four times and the NCAA Elite 89 Award winner in 2012. Athletically, he became the third CU men’s alpine
skier in the past 20 years to participate in four NCAA Championships, helping the Buffs win the NCAA title in
2012 and 2013.

A senior and native of Fair Haven, New Jersey, Jaeger is a mechanical engineering major with a 3.42 G.P.A.
He helped the Wolverines to a top-five finish this year after winning the individual title in the 1650 freestyle.
Last year, he took home a pair of individual crowns, while helping the program capture its first NCAA title since
1995. Jaeger is a member of the U.S. National Team and is a two-time Big Ten Swimmer of the Year. He is a
10-time All-American winning three individual national titles in his career. He also placed sixth at the 2012
London Olympics in the 1,500 freestyle.
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Maple hails from Wichita, Kansas, and is a graduate student with a 3.42 G.P.A. earning his master’s in adult
and higher education. He is a three-time All-American and four-time NCAA qualifier, winning the individual title
at 141 pounds in 2013. Maple was a three-time Big 12 Champion, as well as a two-time Academic All-Big 12
honoree. He also earned All-Academic nods three times from the National Wrestling Coaches of America.

A graduate student from San Francisco, California, Meinhardt has a 3.83 G.P.A. while pursuing his master’s
degree in business administration. He was ranked No. 1 in the world to start the season and went on to win the
NCAA Men’s Foil title. Graduating cum laude with an undergraduate degree in information technology
management, he was named to the Dean’s list three times while also earning two NCAA crowns and four All-
America honors. He also helped the U.S. men’s foil squad to a fourth-place finish at the London Olympics
Games in 2012, his second-career Olympics appearance.

Boasting a near-perfect G.P.A., carrying a 3.98 G.P.A. while pursuing a master’s of science in accounting,
Nechunaev claimed a pair of school records in his final season at Grand Canyon, notching the fastest times in
the 200 butterfly and 100 individual medley. He also posted the second-fastest time in Western Athletic
Conference history in the 100 butterfly. The Tomsk, Russia, native is a six-time All-American and was part of
the 400-medley team that claimed a Division II title last year. He was also the 2013 NCAA Division II Elite 89
Award winner.

A native of Kongsberg, Norway, Resaland has a 4.04 G.P.A. and is majoring in business administration. He
finished third at the NCAA Championships in the Nordic freestyle, earning the third All-America honor of his
career, while helping the Lobos to a third-place team finish this year.

A graduate student with a 3.54 G.P.A. in education administration, Taylor was named the Dan Hodge Trophy
winner for the second time (2012, 2014), wrestling’s Heisman Trophy. He finished the 2014 campaign
unbeaten and with two NCAA individual titles, while helping the Nittany Lions to a fourth-consecutive NCAA
team title. He is a four-time All-American and was named the Most Outstanding Wrestler at the national meet
this season. A native of St. Paris, Ohio, wraps up his career undefeated in Big Ten play.

Hailing from Oberperfuss, Austria, Triendl is a senior with a 4.10 G.P.A. in finance. He bounced back from a
knee injury that forced him to sit out the 2012-13 season to place second at the NCAA Championships in 2014
in the slalom. The second-place finish earned him first team All-America honors. He also helped the Lobos
place third in at the nationals competition this season.

Whitsett has maintained a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. in his career in business. A native of Houston, Texas, he helped
the Crimson Tide capture a second-straight NCAA title. An All-American, he won his match-play matchup in
the finals to help Alabama claim its title, 4-1. After competing for a NCAA title, he also earned a U.S. Open
berth after advancing through sectional qualifying. He also helped Alabama claim the SEC title in 2014 for a
third-consecutive year.

Whitsett’s teammate also had a stellar year, helping the Crimson Tide claim a second-straight NCAA men’s
golf crown and third-consecutive SEC title. He became the fourth Alabama player to claim the SEC individual
title. A native of Mobile, Alabama, he also helped the Alabama squad a No. 1 national ranking this season and
was named a Golfweek/PING Division I first team All-American.

The 15 members of the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Men’s At-Large first team have an
average G.P.A. of 3.80.

Nine different sports are represented on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s At-Large
first team, with swimming being the most represented with four. Three gymnasts also earned spots on the
squad, and a pair of ice hockey and tennis players, as well. The other sports represented with one each are:
bowling, field hockey, golf, lacrosse and skiing.
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Joining Jacob on the Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s At-Large first team are
swimmers Elizabeth Beisel of Florida, Maya DiRado of Stanford University, Emma Reaney of Notre Dame
and Laura Ryan of the University of Georgia. Fellow gymnasts on the first team are Lara Albright of
Oklahoma and Emily Wong of the University of Nebraska, along with Capital One Academic All-America® of
the Year Jacob. Tennis players Mary Anne Daines of Alabama and Petra Niedermayerova of Kansas State
University landed spots on the first team, along with ice hockey players Ali Binnington of Rochester Institute
of Technology and Vanessa Gagnon of Clarkson University. Rounding out the first team honorees are field
hockey player Lauren Blazing of Duke University, bowler Megan Buja of the University of Maryland Eastern
Shore, lacrosse player Taylor D’Amore of Johns Hopkins University, skier Anja Gruber of the University of
Vermont and golfer Stephanie Meadow of Alabama.

Six of the 15 member of the first team are repeat honorees, including Beisel, who was the 2013 Capital One
Academic All-America® of the Year. She is also the only one to be named to the first team three times. Buja,
Gruber, Jacob, Meadow and Niedermayerova are all earning their second-straight first-team nod, while
Binnington makes the jump to the first team after earning a spot on the third team in 2013 and Wong was a
second-team member last year. All but three of the honorees are seniors or graduate students, with
Binnington, Blazing and Reaney earning a place on the first team as juniors.

Alabama is the only school to be represented more than once.

A senior and native of Carrollton, Texas, Albright has a 3.80 G.P.A. in marketing. She earned her first-career
All-America honor on the floor exercise, tying for first in the event at the NCAA Super Six finals, while helping
the Sooner win their first NCAA title, tying for the crown. This season, she also earned All-Big 12 honors, also
helping the team capture the 2014 Conference title. Albright is a recipient of the Big 12 Dr. Gerald Lage
Academic Achievement award and is an Academic All-Big 12 selection.

Beisel is a native of North Kingstown, Rhode Island, and boasts a 3.76 G.P.A. while majoring in
telecommunications. The 2013 Capital One Academic All-America® of the Year is a two-time U.S. Olympian,
winning a silver and a bronze in 2012 in London. She is an 18-time All-American and 20-time All-SEC
selection. She has won two NCAA individual titles in her career and nine conference crowns. She was voted
the SEC Women’s Swimmer of the Year in 2012 and the Freshman Women’s Swimmer of the Year in 2011. A
three-time Capital One Academic All-America® at-large first team honoree, she is the recipient of the NCAA
Postgraduate Scholarship and 2013 SEC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

A native of Oakville, Ontario, junior goalkeeper Binnington led RIT to the College Hockey America
Championship game in just the program’s second season at Division I. She was named the tournament’s Most
Valuable Player and also became the first Tiger to earn All-United States College Hockey Online third team All-
America honors since the program moved up to Division I. Binnington is a finance major with a 4.00 G.P.A.

Blazing helped the Blue Devils advance to the NCAA Championship finals, en route to earning third team All-
America honors. A native of Durham, North Carolina, the junior goalie led the ACC and ranked fifth in the
nation in save percentage (.792). She was named to the All-South Region first team, All-ACC second team and
All-ACC Tournament. A cultural anthropology and political science double major with a 3.99 G.P.A., she
earned a spot on the All-ACC Academic team and the NFHCA All-Academic squad. She was also named the
Scholar of Distinction by the NFHCA.

Hailing from Rockford, Illinois, and majoring in human ecology with a concentration in dietetics, while carrying a
perfect 4.00 G.P.A., she was the NCAA Elite 89 winner three years in a row and last year became just the
second player in UMES history to earn Capital One Academic All-America honors. Buja is a three-time All-Mid-
Eastern Conference selection and was the 2012 U.S. Bowling Congress Star of Tomorrow winner. She earned
National Tenpins Coaches Association (NTCA) All-America honors this season for the first time in her career.
As a freshman and sophomore, she helped the Hawks win the NCAA titles in 2011 and 2012.
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A senior from Canandaigua, New York, D’Amore is a biology major with a G.P.A. of 3.88. She was named the
American Lacrosse Conference (ALC) Offensive Player of the Year and was a first team IWLCA All-American
after earning second team honors last year. This season, she led the nation in assists (53), assists per game
(2.65) and points per game (5.25), finishing her career ranked fifth in NCAA Division I history in career assists.
She was a member of the JHU Student-Athlete Advisory Committee and served as president during her senior

Daines, a native of Ogden, Utah, was the 2014 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year after boasting a 4.00 G.P.A. in
human performance and exercise science as a graduate student. She is a two-time ITA All-American, earning
singles honors in 2012 and doubles honors in 2013. She is a three-time First Team All-SEC selection and was
the SEC Freshman of the Year and ITA Southern Region Rookie of the Year in 2011. She has been nationally
ranked in singles and doubles throughout her career and advanced to the semifinals of the NCAA Doubles
Championship last year.

A native of Santa Rosa, California, DiRado has earned a 3.63 G.P.A. in management science and engineering.
A 21-time All-American, she has four NCAA titles, all coming during her final campaign. She is also a seven-
time Pac-12 Champion and is responsible for two Stanford records in the 800-free relay and 400-free relay.
She was a member of the U.S. National Team in the 200 IM and 400 IM, competing at the U.S. Olympic Trials
and at the 2013 World Championships. She is a two-time Academic All-Pac-12 honoree, as well.

A graduate student from St. Constant, Quebec, pursuing her master’s in business administration while
boasting a 4.00 G.P.A., Gagnon was the NCAA Elite 89 Award winner, also leading her squad to the 2014
NCAA Women’s Ice Hockey title. She was also the recipient of the ECAC’s Mandi Schwartz Student-Athlete of
the Year Award, while on the ice, she was voted the Conference’s Best Defensive Forward.

A senior out of Leutkrich, Germany, Gruber is a business administration major with a 3.95 G.P.A. This year she
won an individual NCAA title in the classic, her second straight in the discipline. She also won her fourth-
consecutive EISA individual title and helped the Catamounts to a runner-up finish at the NCAA
Championships. A Capital One Academic All-America® at-large first team honoree last year, she is a two-time
skiing all-academic and earned UV’s top female scholar-athlete award.

Hailing from Jordanstown, Northern Ireland, Meadow joins fellow Crimson Tide Jacob on the first team, her
second-straight honor. Meadow is an accounting major with a 4.00 G.P.A. and was this year’s NCAA Elite 89
Award winner. Competing at the NCAA Championships all four years, she is a three-time WGCA All-American
Scholar. She was selected both the SEC Player of the Year and Scholar-Athlete of the Year in 2013 and 2014,
earning All-SEC status for the fourth-consecutive year.

An at-large selection for the NCAA Division I Women’s Tennis Singles Championships, senior Niedermayerova
of Brno, Czech Republic, is the first Wildcat to compete at the event four-straight years. The school-record
holder for singles wins (105), she is also the first player in school history to earn All-Big 12 honors in singles
four times. An ITA All-American in 2012 and 2013, she is a three-time ITA Scholar-Athlete and was the Big
12’s Scholar-Athlete of the Year this season. In 2011, she was the Big 12 Player of the Year and Freshman of
the Year. Niedermayerova is an economics major with a 3.97 G.P.A.

A Lawrence, Kansas, native, Reaney boasts a 3.68 G.P.A. as a junior in design, and also has a minor in
business economics. She became the first Notre Dame swimmer or diver to win an individual national
championship, breaking the NCAA and American record in the 200 breaststroke, a record she set at the ACC
Championships. She was voted the ACC Women’s Swimmer of the Year and ACC Most Valuable Women’s
Swimmer after winning three individual conference crowns. She was also the ACC’s Women’s Swimming &
Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year and has twice earned a spot on the Dean’s List.

A senior diver, Ryan is a psychology major with a 3.79 G.P.A. She helped the Bulldogs capture their second-
straight NCAA Division I Women’s Swimming & Diving Championship. She earned SEC Female Diver of the
Week honors three times this season and set the school record on the platform for a championship meet. A
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native of Elk River, Minnesota, she was also named to the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll and the Dean’s List. A
recipient of the Ramsey Scholarship for Academic/Athletic Excellence, she served on the Student-Athlete
Advisory Committee. While at Indiana before transferring to Georgia, she was named a first team Scholar All-
American by the College Swimming Coaches Association of America.

Wong caps her career as a gymnast with a long list of honors this season, including Big Ten Gymnast of the
Year, first team All-Big Ten, Big Ten Medal of Honor and was a Honda Award Finalist. She was also the 2014
AAI Award Winner, which is announced annually at the NCAA Championships, and recognizes the nation’s top
gymnast on the basis of athleticism, academic excellence and civic responsibility. Wong captured two
conference individual titles and earned four NACGC/W All-America citations, including first team honors on the
floor and in the all-around, this season. She was also a NCAA Regional Champion in the All-Around, Bars and
Floor. A nutrition science major with a 3.92 G.P.A. from Grand Forks, North Dakota, she is a three-time
Academic All-Big Ten and NACGC/W Scholastic All-American. She was the 2012 Big Ten Distinguished
Scholar and is the Conference’s Wayne Duke Postgraduate Scholarship winner.

The 15 members of the 2014 Capital One Academic All-America® Division I Women’s At-Large first team have
an average G.P.A. of 3.89.

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                                                                     Academic All-America ®
                                                                      Men’s At-Large Team
                                                                           Division I
Sport         Name                    School                   Yr.   Hometown                      GPA    Major
Swimming      Nick Caldwell           Wisconsin                Sr.   Sarasota, Fla                 4.00   Chemistry
Wrestling     Tyler Caldwell          Oklahoma State           Sr.   Wichita, Kan.                 3.54   Education
Swimming      Brad deBorde (3)        Florida                  Sr.   Longwood, Fla.                3.64   Industrial & Systems
Golf          Brandon Hagy (3)        California               Sr.   Westlake Village, Calif.      3.72   Business
Skiing        Andreas Haug (2)($)     Colorado                 Sr.   Blommenholm, Norway           3.98   Finance & Accounting
Swimming      Connor Jaeger (2)       Michigan                 Sr.   Fair Haven, N.J.              3.42   Mechanical Engineering
Wrestling     Kendric Maple           Oklahoma                 Gr.   Wichita, Kan.                 3.42   Adult & Higher Ed. (G)/Health
                                                                                                          & Ex. Sci. (U)
Fencing       Gerek Meinhardt         Notre Dame               Gr.   San Francisco, Calif.         3.83   MBA
Swimming      Ivan Nechunaev          Grand Canyon             Gr.   Tomsk, Russia                 3.98   Master’s of Accounting
Gymnastics    Michael Newburger (1)   Ohio State               Sr.   Austin, Texas                 3.96   Physics/Mathematics
Skiing        Mats Resaland           New Mexico               Sr.   Kongsberg, Norway             4.04   Business Administration
Wrestling     David Taylor            Penn State               Gr.   St. Paris, Ohio               3.54   Education Administration
Skiing        Armin Triendl ($)       New Mexico               Sr.   Oberperfuss, Austria          4.10   Finance
Golf          Cory Whitsett (1)       Alabama                  Sr.   Houston, Texas                4.00   Business
Golf          Bobby Wyatt             Alabama                  Sr.   Mobile, Ala.                  4.00   Business

Second Team
Sport         Name                    School                   Yr.   Hometown                      GPA    Major
Swimming      Phil Albu               South Dakota State       Sr.   Charlie Lake, B.C.            3.96   Computer Science
Tennis        John Banks              William & Mary           Sr.   Charlotte, N.C.               3.96   Economics
Wrestling     Devin Carter            Virginia Tech            Jr.   Christiansburg, Va.           3.69   Psychology
Ice Hockey    Nic Dowd                St. Cloud State          Sr.   Huntsville, Ala.              3.61   Bio-Medicine
Lacrosse      Joe Fletcher            Loyola (Md.)             Sr.   Syracuse, N.Y.                3.81   Accounting
Swimming      Andrew Gemmell (2)      Georgia                  Sr.   Wilmington, Del.              3.86   Economics
Ice Hockey    Cole Ikkala             Union (N.Y.)             Sr.   McKinney, Texas               3.82   Managerial Economics
Wrestling     Dalton Kelley           CSU Bakersfield          Gr.   Alamosa, Colo.                3.83   Master's in Public
Rifle         Thomas Kyanko (3)       West Virginia            Jr.   Wellsburg, W.Va.              3.90   Computer Science
Ice Hockey    Adam McKenzie (3)       U.S. Air Force Academy   Sr.   Petaluma, Calif.              3.89   Aeronautical Engineering
Swimming      Eric Ress               Indiana                  Gr.   Hebron, Conn.                 3.60   Physiology (G) / Biology (U)
Lacrosse      Kevin Rice              Syracuse                 Jr.   Skaneateles, N.Y.             3.94   History
Tennis        Alen Salibasic          Drake                    Jr.   Tuzla, Bosnia & Herzegovina   4.00   International Business
Gymnastics    Joshua Steves           U.S. Naval Academy       Jr.   Houston, Texas                3.98   Mathematics (Honors)
Golf          Cameron Wilson          Stanford                 Sr.   Rowayton, Conn.               3.40   History

Sport         Name                    School                   Yr.   Hometown                      GPA    Major
Tennis        Johan Backstrom         Mississippi              Sr.   Uppsala, Sweden               3.90   Managerial Finance/
Tennis        Arvis Berzins           Fairleigh Dickinson      Jr.   Adazi, Latvia                 3.89   Finance
Swimming      Jamie Bissett           Purdue                   Jr.   Ottawa, Ontario               3.93   General Health Sciences
Ice Hockey    Mat Bodie               Union (N.Y.)             Sr.   East St. Paul, Manitoba       3.35   Economics
Swimming      Cory Bowersox           Texas                    So.   Fairfax, Va.                  3.90   Mechanical Engineering
Golf          Sammy Cole              Southern Utah            Jr.   Aliso Vejo, Calif.            4.00   Economics
Golf          Paul Dunne              UAB                      Jr.   Greystones, Ireland           3.83   Business Finance
Swimming      Nicolas Fink            Georgia                  Jr.   Morristown, N.J.              3.73   Agricultural Engineering
Volleyball    Peter Jasaitis          Loyola (Ill.)            Gr.   Manhattan Beach, Calif.       3.63   Economics / MBA Candidate
Lacrosse      John Locascio           Villanova                Sr.   Fairfield, N.J.               3.65   Finance
Ice Hockey    Zac Lynch               Robert Morris (Pa.)      So.   Pittsburgh, Pa.               4.00   Manufacturing Engineering
Ice Hockey    Nick Mattson            North Dakota             Jr.   Chanhassen, Minn.             3.97   Entrepreneurship
Swimming      Mike Mosca              Harvard                  Jr.   Tenafly, N.Y.                 3.80   History / Science
Volleyball    Spencer Rowe (3)        UCLA                     Sr.   Trabuco Canyon, Calif.        3.84   Political Science
Lacrosse      Jordan Wolf             Duke                     Sr.   Wynnewood, Pa.                3.41   History

Academic All-America® of the Year: Michael Newburger, Ohio State
(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 Third Team in 2012
2014 Capital One
                                                                    Academic All-America ®
                                                                    Women’s At-Large Team
                                                                          Division I
Sport          Name                      School                    Yr.   Hometown                  GPA    Major
Gymnastics     Lara Albright             Oklahoma                  Sr.   Carrollton, Texas         3.80   Marketing
Swimming       Elizabeth Beisel (1)(#)   Florida                   Sr.   North Kingstown, R.I.     3.76   Telecommunications - News
Ice Hockey     Ali Binnington (3)        Rochester Inst. of Tech   Jr.   Oakville, Ontario         4.00   Finance
Field Hockey   Lauren Blazing            Duke                      Jr.   Durham, N.C.              3.99   Cultural Anthropology/
                                                                                                          Political Science
Bowling        Megan Buja (1)            Maryland Eastern Shore    Sr.   Rockford, Ill.            4.00   Human Ecology/Dietetics
Lacrosse       Taylor D'Amore            Johns Hopkins             Sr.   Canandaigua, N.Y.         3.88   Biology
Tennis         Mary Anne Daines          Alabama                   Gr.   Ogden, Utah               4.00   Human Perf. Exercise
Swimming       Maya DiRado               Stanford                  Sr.   Santa Rosa, Calif.        3.63   Management Science &
Ice Hockey     Vanessa Gagnon           Clarkson                   Gr.   St. Constant, Quebec      4.00   MBA
Skiing         Anja Gruber (1)          Vermont                    Sr.   Leutkrich, Germany        3.96   Business Administration
Gymnastics     Kim Jacob (1)            Alabama                    Sr.   Raleigh, N.C.             4.00   Exercise Science
Golf           Stephanie Meadow (1)     Alabama                    Sr.   Jordanstown, N. Ireland   4.00   Accounting
Tennis         Petra Niedermayerova (1) Kansas State               Sr.   Brno, Czech Republic      3.97   Economics
Swimming       Emma Reaney              Notre Dame                 Jr.   Lawrence, Kan.            3.68   Design
Swimming       Laura Ryan               Georgia                    Sr.   Elk River, Minn.          3.79   Psychology
Gymnastics     Emily Wong (2)           Nebraska                   Sr.   Grand Forks, N.D.         3.92   Nutrition Science

Sport          Name                      School                    Yr.   Hometown                  GPA    Major
Swimming       Darcie Anderson           San Jose State            Sr.   Willows, Calif.           3.98   Kinesiology
Golf           Ashley Armstrong (3)      Notre Dame                Jr.   Flossmoor, Ill.           3.89   Mechanical Engineering
Gymnastics     Alicia Asturias           California                Sr.   Granite Bay, Calif.       3.83   Psychology
Gymnastics     Lauren Beers              Alabama                   So.   Warren Center, Pa.        4.00   Exercise Science
Water Polo     Flora Bolonyai (1)        USC                       Sr.   Budapest, Hungary         3.50   Economics/Mathematics
Golf           Kimberly Dinh             Wisconsin                 Jr.   Midland, Mich.            4.00   Chemical Engineering/
Swimming       Lindsay Gendron           Tennessee                 Sr.   Bloomington, Ill.         3.81   Marketing
Tennis         Lauren Herring (3)        Georgia                   Jr.   Greenville, N.C.          3.93   Sociology/Psychology
Swimming       Haley Ishimatsu           USC                       Jr.   Seal Beach, Calif.        3.48   Sociology
Swimming       Elise Löfgren (2)         Saint Francis (Pa.)       Sr.   Molnlycke, Sweden         4.00   Chemistry
Crew           Erin Meyer                MIT                       Sr.   Austin, Texas             4.00   Mechanical Engineering
Field Hockey   Loren Shealy              North Carolina            Jr.   Charlotte, N.C.           4.00   Business Administration
Swimming       Brooklynn Snodgrass       Indiana                   So.   Calgary, Alberta          3.91   Exploratory
Swimming       Shannon Vreeland (3)      Georgia                   Sr.   Overland Park, Kan.       3.83   International Affairs/

Sport          Name                      School                    Yr.   Hometown                  GPA    Major
Swimming       Rachael Acker             California                So.   Palo Alto, Calif.         3.93   French
Ice Hockey     Shelby Amsley-Benzie      North Dakota              So.   Warroad, Minn.            4.00   Chemical Engineering
Swimming       Kristen Barta             U.S. Military Academy     Jr.   Oconomowoc, Wis.          3.96   Life Science
Swimming       Courtney Beidler          Michigan                  Sr.   Richboro, Pa.             3.80   Communication Studies
Swimming       Ellen Bradford            U.S. Naval Academy        So.   Knoxville, Tenn.          4.00   Honors Systems Engineering
Tennis         Nikki Chiricosta          Bowling Green             Sr.   Avon Lake, Ohio           3.97   Communication
Lacrosse       Caroline Federighi        Oregon                    Sr.   Pleasanton, Calif.        4.10   Human Physiology
Water Polo     Shae Fournier             Indiana                   Sr.   Winnipeg, Manitoba        3.65   Psychology
Gymnastics     Hailee Hansen (3)         Utah                      Sr.   Bountiful, Utah           3.97   Mass Communication
Golf           Delaney Howson            Murray State              Sr.   Newmarket, Ontario        4.00   Finance
Swimming       Brittney Kuras            Buffalo                   Sr.   Canandaigua, N.Y.         3.95   Psychology
Gymnastics     Shona Morgan              Stanford                  Sr.   Melbourne, Australia      3.86   Human Biology
Tennis         Veronica Popovici         Wyoming                   Sr.   Piatra Neamt, Romania     4.00   Family & Consumer Science/
Swimming       Gabrielle Shishkoff       Penn State                Sr.   Franklin, Mass.           3.97   Psychology
Gymnastics     Michelle Shnayder         Brown                     Sr.   Lincolnshire, Ill.        3.90   Neuroscience

Academic All-America® of the Year: Kim Jacob, Alabama

(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
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