Feb. 2, 2009
By Matt Pucak
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo. -- A total of 29 Colorado State student-athletes have earned academic all-conference accolades for their work in the classroom and on the field last fall. The Mountain West Conference made the announcement Monday.
Fall sports at CSU include men's and women's cross country, football and women's volleyball. To be eligible for selection, student-athletes must have completed at least one academic term at Colorado State while maintaining a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better. They also must be a starter or significant contributor on their teams.
The 29 all-conference selections are three more than the Rams received last season.
The Rams' 29 academic all-conference choices for Fall 2008:
|Men's Cross Country||Colin Anderson||Freshman||3.78||Business Administration|
|Men's Cross Country||Wil Buchanan||Junior||3.30||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|Men's Cross Country||Jeremy Freed||Junior||3.22||Business Administration|
|Men's Cross Country||Ryan Friese||Sophomore||3.74||Computer Engineering|
|Men's Cross Country||Jake Keyser||Sophomore||3.56||Business Administration|
|Men's Cross Country||Shea Phelan||Sophomore||3.01||Business Administration|
|Women's Cross Country||Kirsten Anthony||Senior||3.00||Apparel & Merchandising|
|Women's Cross Country||Michelle Dettmann||Freshman||3.21||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Cross Country||Kendra Gerk||Freshman||4.00||Undeclared|
|Women's Cross Country||Allison Gohl||Sophomore||3.79||Biomedical Science|
|Women's Cross Country||Lauren Kleppin||Sophomore||3.07||Art|
|Women's Cross Country||Nicole Peters||Freshman||4.00||Natural Resources|
|Women's Cross Country||Crystal Pitney||Freshman||3.61||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Cross Country||Ellie Rastall||Freshman||3.35||English|
|Football||Kyle Bell||Senior||3.55||Journalism & Technical Communication|
|Football||Josh Gabler||Junior||3.68||Computer Engineering|
|Football||Jeff Horinek||Senior||3.88||Health & Exercise Science|
|Football||Klint Kubiak||Junior||3.36||Restaurant & Resort Management|
|Football||Mike Meyers||Senior||3.08||Human Development & Family Studies|
|Football||Eric Peitz||Sophomore||3.67||Biological Science|
|Football||Jason Smith||Senior||3.65||Construction Management|
|Football||Alex Williams||Sophomore||3.31||Business Administration|
|Women's Volleyball||Katelin Batten||Junior||3.01||Journalism & Technical Communication|
|Women's Volleyball||Audrey Hemmings||Sophomore||3.69||Undeclared|
|Women's Volleyball||Emily Koenning||Sophomore||3.27||Natural Resource Recreation & Tourism|
|Women's Volleyball||Tessa Nelson||Junior||3.27||Liberal Arts|
|Women's Volleyball||Crystin Rodrick||Sophomore||3.02||Business Administration|
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