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Pac-12 announces All-Academic Teams for men and women

The Pac-12 Conference has named its 2014 All-Academic teams for both men and women. Athletes are up for selection by holding a GPA of 3.0 or higher and being a “significant contributor” on their respective team.

For the women, Stanford and Washington State lead with 4 first-team selections each. On the men’s side, Stanford has 8 first team All-Conference members, 5 more than any other team.

You can find the full press releases below, which include the second teams and the Honorable Mention lists.

Men’s All-Academic Teams

Women’s All-Academic Teams

Women’s First Team

First Team
Rachael Acker, CAL
3.93
So.
Undeclared
Lauren Baker, UCLA
3.82
Sr.
History
Andrea Basaraba, USC
3.88
Sr.
Philosophy, Politics, Law
Bonnie Brandon, ARIZ
3.90
So.
Nutritional Sciences
Melanie Busch, ASU
3.85
Jr.
Early Childhood Education, Family Development
Maya DiRado, STAN
3.62
Sr.
Management Science & Engineering
Margo Geer, ARIZ
3.55
Sr.
Business Management
Hayley Hacker, UCLA
3.66
Sr.
Psychology
Haley Ishimatsu, USC
3.61
Jr.
Sociology
Emma Johansson, WSU
3.71
Sr.
General Medical Sciences
Ashlyn Karosas, UTAH
3.78
So.
Exercise Sport Science
Lynette Lim, USC
3.75
Sr.
Human Biology
Fiona Majeau, STAN
3.93
Jr.
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Alison Mand, WSU
3.92
Jr.
Digital Technology & Culture
Gabby Maxwell, OSU
3.86
RS Fr.
Exercise and Sports Science
Kersten Merry, UTAH
3.68
Sr.
Communications
KC Moss, STAN
3.87
So.
Undeclared
Stephanie Phipps, STAN
3.88
Sr.
Human Biology
Shaya Schaedler, WSU
3.80
So.
Undeclared
Emma Schoettmer, ARIZ
3.75
So.
Anthropology
Anna Senko, UCLA
3.93
Sr.
Communication Studies
Miranda Tornatore, ASU
4.00
Jr.
Business Sustainability
Constance Toulemonde, OSU
3.95
So.
Pre-Business
Presley Wetterstrom, WSU
3.96
So.
Undeclared

 

Men’s First Team

David Adalsteinsson, Arizona State Senior 3.75 Architecture
Ryan Arata, Stanford Junior 4.02 Mechanical engineering
Erich Brodbeck, UC Santa Barbara Junior 3.74 Chemical Engineering
Michael Carter, Stanford Junior 3.92 Engineering
Kevin Cordes, Arizona Junior 3.49 Finance
Jacob Crayne, Utah Sophomore 3.78 Communications
Cole Davis, Stanford Senior 3.62 Economics
Scott Farley, California Senior 3.80 Geography
David Fraser, Utah Sophomore 3.73 Business
Noah Garcia, Stanford Senior 3.63 International relations
Jordan Gear, USC Junior 3.90 Cinematic Arts & French
Michael Godbe, USC Senior 3.81 Political Science & Social Sciences Economics
Tom Kremer, Stanford Junior 3.64 Undeclared
Bryan Offutt, Stanford Senior 3.62 Computer science
Alex Palumbo, Arizona State Senior 3.69 History
Carter Price, Cal Poly Junior 3.75 Biomedical Engineering
Josiah Purss, Utah Sophomore 3.77 Business
Dominic Ricotta, Arizona Sophomore 4.00 Pre-Business
Sammy Scott, Arizona State Junior 3.77 Political Science
Giles Smith, Arizona Senior 3.46 Journalism
Thomas Stephens, Stanford Junior 3.59 Management science and engineering
Mitchell Stoehr, Stanford Senior 3.57 Economics / Math and computational science
Gray Umbach, Stanford Junior 3.89 Undeclared
Cary Wright, USC Junior 3.59 Health Promotion

Comments

  1. anon says:
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    There are no freshman…I’m assuming it’s because they’ve only taken one semester of classes?

    • Jared Anderson Jared Anderson says:
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      That’s correct, typically freshmen aren’t considered for academic-type awards since they only have one semester determining their GPA.

  2. rollo says:
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    really impressed by Ryan Arata; had to look up stanford’s grading policy to see if that was a real GPA (they do 4.33 for A+, wish that was true at my school…)

  3. puzzled says:
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    How can you be a Junior and be undeclared still? Isn’t it a rule that you have to have X amount of credits/hours to a degree? Odd

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