Aug. 2, 2017
CHICAGO – A record total of 170 student-athletes were recognized today by the BIG EAST Conference as the league announced its All-Academic Team. The 2016-17 total passed the previous high of 166 set in 2009-10.
More than 2,000 student-athletes were honored from the conference's 10 members and nine affiliate institutions in 22 BIG EAST sports. 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 2,501 honorees for the 2016-17 academic year, the most in the four years since conference realignment. The BIG EAST honored 2,091 in 2013-14, 2,197 in 2014-15 and 2,330 in 2015-16.
DePaul's BIG EAST All-Academic Team Year-by-Year
2016-17 BIG EAST All-Academic Team
Men’s Basketball: Eli Cain, R.J. Curington, Brandon Cyrus, Al Eichelberger, Joe Hanel, David Leitao III, Peter Ryckbosch, Max Strus
Men’s Cross Country/Track and Field: Alex Campanella, Noah Deck, Regen Hatcher, Chris Korabik, Sergio Llanes, Steve McEvilly, Jake Pecorin, Daniel Peterson, James Ryan, Salomon Wright
Men’s Golf: Jonathan Goldstein, Ronnie Griggs, Jonathan Hewett, James Lelliott, Charlie Spencer‐White, Freddy Thomas, Bobby Thomas, Kyle Vincze
Men’s Soccer: Kevin Beyer, Joshua Bowser, Kosta Brkovic, Max de Bruijne, Zach El‐Shafei, Austin Harrell, Philipp Konigstein, Sasa Labovic, Danny Lojek, Quentin Low, Ryan Martire, Simon Megally, Michael Mojarro, Caleb Pothast, Jake Scheper, Anton Sell, Kyle Smith, Stijn van der Slot, Hans Wustling
Men’s Tennis: Christopher Casati, Tim Corwin, Nathan de Veer, Alex Galoustian, Conor O'Meara, Fran Tonejc, Tripp Tuff, Tamas Zador
Men’s Track and Field: Matthew Almeranti, Scott Arsenault, Babajide Bamgbose, Chaz Bottoms, Kyle Decker, Sebastian Feyersinger, Aaron Harris, Scott Jonske, Evan Lowry, Dominic Marshall, Kyle Mastrangeli, Mac Melto, Adam Nelson, Joshua Pearson, Andrew Rocco, Jack Wagner
Softball: Erin Andris, Dylan Christensen, Haydn Christensen, Jessica Cothern, Krista Dalgarn, Madison Fisher, Micah Fitzgerald, Celeste Franco, Kennedy Garcia, Morgan Greenwood, Skylor Hilger, Cara Jimenez, Sabrina Kuchta, Kayla Landwehrmier, Megan Leyva, Nicole Pihl, Alysia Rodriguez, Angela Scalzitti, Brianna Viles, Missy Zoch
Volleyball: Claire Anderson, Rachel Breault, Haley Bueser, Lexi Chanos, Caitlyn Coffey, Katie Dolan, Kelsey Horvath, Dominika Kowalska, Jameson MacPhie, Ashley Marshall, Brittany Maxwell, Myah Reed, MacKenzie Savage, Maddie Torti
Women’s Basketball: Tanita Allen, Meri Bennett‐Swanson, Deja Cage, Kelly Campbell, Jacqui Grant, Mart'e Grays, Jessica January, Claire McMahon, Ashton Millender, Lauren Prochaska, Brooke Schulte, Chante Stonewall, Meghan Waldron
Women’s Cross Country/Track and Field: Katerina Cirone, Jessica Harris, Caroline Kurdej, Sabrina Olsen, Courtney Pickering, Miranda Rea, Jessica Sanborn, Lauren Sharp, Paige Skorseth, Courtney Tedeschi
Women’s Soccer: Alexa Ben, Abigail Callahan, Kassandra Cerda, Franny Cerny, Lucy Edwards, Elizabeth Endy, Lauren Frasca, Madeline Frick, Ana Greik, Avery Hay, Kelli Hubly, Sydney Hunt, Sonia Johnson, Vanessa Nigg, Elizabeth Parrilli, Danielle Pitaro, Abby Reed, Bina Saipi, Jessie Schmidt, Adrian Walker
Women’s Tennis: Florence Abbott, Aspasia Avgeri, Keisha Clousing, Patricia Lancranjan, Yuliya Shupenia, Milica Tesic, Ana Vladutu
Women’s Track and Field: Shianne Baggett, Alexia Brooks, Simone Carr, Rebecca Chouinard, Kaitlen Crawford, Ariel Davis, Laura Edwards, Emily Eller, Corinne Franz, Gabrielle Howard, Morgan Maize, Dylan Marshall, Caroline Muller, Jade Nolan, Shayna Nwokenkwo, Arlene Sisson, Jessica Watkins