BIG EAST Announces 2013-14 All-Academic Team
July 31, 2014
CHICAGO - A total of 154 DePaul student-athletes were named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team for the 2013-14 academic year. Overall, more than 2,000 student-athletes were honored from the conference's 10 members and five affiliate institutions in 22 BIG EAST sports.
Nominations for the All-Academic Team are submitted by each of the BIG EAST’s 10 members and five affiliate institutions. To be eligible for the honor, a nominee must have competed in a BIG EAST-sponsored sport, attained a minimum grade-point average of 3.00 for the preceding academic year, and completed a minimum of two consecutive semesters or three consecutive quarters of academic work, with a total of 18 semester or 27 quarter credits, not including remedial courses.
The nominations are reviewed and approved by the Big East Academic Affairs Committee. There are 2,091 honorees for the 2013-14 academic year, with Georgetown leading all schools with 285 student-athletes recognized.
DePaul is represented by 154 student-athletes on the academic honor list for the highest total since a record 166 in 2009-10. The 2013-14 total is the second-highest total since DePaul joined the BIG EAST Conference.
DePaul's BIG EAST All-Academic Team Year-by-Year
Women’s Track and Field: Rebecca Adamcheck, Julie Dambra, Ayesha Ewing, Taylor Farley,
Softball: Brittany Boesel, Staci Bonezek, Allie Braden, Cherelle Chambers, Dylan Christensen, Mary Connolly, Megan Coronado, Rachel Entwistle, Micah Fitzgerald, Kali Gardner, Gena Lenti, Ali Lenti, Morgan Maize, Hannah Penna, Nicole Pihl, Maxine Rodriguez, Kirsten Verdun
Women’s Soccer: Sara Brathwaite, Kimberly Denne, Carolyn Garrison, Ashleigh Goddard, Sarah Gorden, Ana Greik, Nina Kodros, Nicole Naclerio, Kylie Nordness, Amber Paul, Erin Pekovitch, Bianca Perry, Danielle Pitaro, Rachel Pitman, Megan Pyrz, Natasa Radosavljevic, Rebekah Roller, Brianna Ryce, Rebecca Ursin, Jessica Weaver, Elise Wyatt, Gini Yost
Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field: Taylor Ackerman, Colleen Earl, Megan Escobosa, Danielle Hernando, Taylor Hynes, Jacqueline Kasal, Alexandra Muller, Hannah Pulliam, Jessica Sanborn, Lauren Sharp, Molly Shiroishi, Paige Skorseth, Nora Smith, Courtney Tedeschi, Elizabeth Wasserman
Women’s Cross Country: Jane Bradley
Women’s Basketball: Meri Bennett-Swanson, Madeline Crowell, Brandi Harvey-Carr, Brittany Hrynko, Jessica January, Chanise Jenkins, Centrese McGee, Jasmine Penny, Megan Podkowa, Kelsey Reynolds, Megan Rogowski, Brooke Schulte, Kelsey Smith
Men’s Soccer: Kevin Beyer, Joe Brinckwirth, Jake Douglas, Zach Forbes, Thiago Ganancio, Kyle Gustafson, Cale Hartle, Brian Hindle, Anthony Hunter, Adam Kirsch, Quentin Low, Benjamin Lussier, Simon Megally, Daniel Michallik, Jake Rawlings, Curt Shillingsford, Eric Sorby, Michael Stankiewicz, Alex Wallace, Curtis Weir, Koray Yesilli