Mountain West Conference
June 23, 2009
By Nick Sebesta
Athletic Media Relations
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – A total of 64 Colorado State student-athletes have earned academic all-conference accolades for their work in the classroom during the winter and spring seasons. The Mountain West Conference made the announcement Tuesday.
The 64 student-athletes honored by the MWC compete in nine sports at CSU: men's basketball (two), women's basketball (six), men's golf (three), women's golf (three), softball (five), women's swimming and diving (11), women's tennis (three), men's track and field (16) and women's track and field (15).
In water polo, the Rams compete in the Western Water Polo Association and are expected to earn WWPA academic honors shortly.
To be eligible for selection, a student-athlete must have completed at least one academic term at Colorado State while maintaining a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or better, and be a starter or significant contributor on his/her team.
The Rams' 64 academic all-conference choices for Spring 2009:
|Men's Basketball||Jesse Carr||Freshman||3.78||Undeclared|
|Men's Basketball||Arin Dunn||Junior||3.20||Communication Studies|
|Women's Basketball||Bonnie Barbee||Sophomore||3.54||Biomedical Science|
|Women's Basketball||Kandy Beemer||Senior||3.75||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Basketball||Kim Mestdagh||Freshman||3.25||Undeclared|
|Women's Basketball||Devran Tanacan||Junior||3.06||Psychology|
|Women's Basketball||Chatilla van Grinsven||Freshman||3.00||Communication Studies|
|Women's Basketball||Natalie van den Adel||Freshman||3.00||Human Development & Family Studies|
|Men's Golf||Zahkai Brown||Freshman||3.21||Undeclared|
|Men's Golf||Zen Brown||Senior||3.50||Business Administration|
|Men's Golf||Bryce Hanstad||Junior||3.41||Business Administration|
|Women's Golf||Brianna Espinoza||Freshman||3.44||Business Administration|
|Women's Golf||Stefanie Ferguson||Senior||3.54||Business Administration|
|Women's Golf||Melissa Martin||Freshman||3.50||Natural Sciences|
|Softball||Kimberly Klabough||Senior||3.13||Apparel & Merchandising|
|Softball||Allison Majam||Junior||3.72||Construction Management|
|Softball||Ashley Munoz||Junior||3.11||Business Administration|
|Softball||Michelle Reynolds||Senior||3.81||Health & Exercise Science|
|Softball||Lyssa Roberts||Freshman||3.51||Human Development & Family Studies|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Kimberly Freeman||Sophomore||3.22||Undeclared|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Breann Fuller||Freshman||3.60||Business Administration|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Madeline Gamble||Sophomore||3.38||Human Development & Family Studies|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Kristen Gropp||Freshman||3.57||Construction Management|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Nora Kennedy||Junior||3.98||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Annsley Lujan||Senior||3.15||Business Administration|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Valerie Maldonado||Junior||3.63||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Stephanie Meyer||Senior||3.39||Human Development & Family Studies|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Emily Molzahn||Sophomore||3.60||Interior Design|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Michelle Price||Sophomore||3.77||Biomedical Science|
|Women's Swimming and Diving||Charlie Swearingen||Sophomore||3.62||Business Administration|
|Women's Tennis||Victoria Arneson||Freshman||3.79||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Tennis||Laura Neal||Junior||3.93||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Tennis||Kirsten Stople||Junior||3.16||Health & Exercise Science|
|Men's Track and Field||Colin Anderson||Freshman||3.50||Business Administration|
|Men's Track and Field||William Buchanan||Junior||3.04||Chemical & Biological Engineering|
|Men's Track and Field||Douglas Dieker||Junior||3.43||Construction Management|
|Men's Track and Field||Brian Fox||Sophomore||3.68||Health & Exercise Science|
|Men's Track and Field||Jeremy Freed||Junior||3.28||Business Administration|
|Men's Track and Field||Ryan Friese||Junior||3.78||Computer Engineering|
|Men's Track and Field||Alex Godell||Senior||3.93||Economics|
|Men's Track and Field||Jeff Horinek||Senior||3.87||Health & Exercise Science|
|Men's Track and Field||Jakob Keyser||Sophomore||3.42||Business Administration|
|Men's Track and Field||Ian Lettow||Sophomore||3.34||Business Administration|
|Men's Track and Field||Spenser Lynass||Freshman||3.20||Health & Exercise Science|
|Men's Track and Field||Joshua Murphy||Sophomore||3.64||Construction Management|
|Men's Track and Field||Jason Smith||Senior||3.65||Construction Management|
|Men's Track and Field||Travis Smith||Junior||3.79||Liberal Arts|
|Men's Track and Field||Tyson Williams||Sophomore||3.11||Business Administration|
|Men's Track and Field||Kevin Wills||Junior||3.81||Mechanical Engineering|
|Women's Track and Field||Kirsten Anthony||Senior||3.05||Apparel & Merchandising|
|Women's Track and Field||Meagan Berg||Junior||3.08||Journalism & Technical Communication|
|Women's Track and Field||Leah Elmshauser||Junior||3.01||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Track and Field||Melissa Faubus||Senior||3.33||Liberal Arts|
|Women's Track and Field||Hilary Fraser||Sophomore||3.69||Business Administration|
|Women's Track and Field||Kendra Gerk||Freshman||3.96||Undeclared|
|Women's Track and Field||Allison Gohl||Junior||3.72||Biomedical Science|
|Women's Track and Field||Kristen Hemphill||Senior||3.65||Nutrition & Food Science|
|Women's Track and Field||Serena Johnson||Sophomore||3.58||Applied Computing Technology|
|Women's Track and Field||Tanesha Johnson||Junior||3.38||Business Administration|
|Women's Track and Field||Kristen Kugler||Junior||3.88||History|
|Women's Track and Field||Nicole Peters||Freshman||4.00||Natural Resources Management|
|Women's Track and Field||Ellen Rastall||Sophomore||3.36||English|
|Women's Track and Field||Sonni Russell||Junior||3.55||Health & Exercise Science|
|Women's Track and Field||Sophia Wagner||Freshman||3.66||Zoology|
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