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151 DePaul Student-Athletes Earn BIG EAST All-Academic Honors



Aug. 8, 2013

CHICAGO - A total of 151 DePaul student-athletes were named to the BIG EAST All-Academic Team for the 2012-13 academic year. Overall, more than 3,200 student-athletes were honored from the 2012-13 lineup of BIG EAST institutions for academic recognition.

Nominations for the All-Academic Team are submitted by each of the BIG EAST’s 15 member 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 3,235 honorees for the 2012-13 academic year.

DePaul is represented by 151 student-athletes on the academic honor list to better the 2011-12 total of 150 honorees. The 2012-13 total is the second-highest total since DePaul joined the BIG EAST Conference. A total of 166 student-athletes were honored for the 2009-10 academic year.

DePaul's BIG EAST All-Academic Team Year-by-Year
2005-06: 107
2006-07: 127
2007-08: 133
2008-09: 144
2009-10: 166
2010-11: 148
2011-12: 150
2012-13: 151

2012-13 BIG EAST All-Academic Team
Men's Basketball: Cory Dolins, Donnavan Kirk, Edwind McGhee, Peter Ryckbosch

Women's Basketball: Alexa Gallagher, Katherine Harry, Brandi Harvey-Carr, Brittany Hrynko, Chanise Jenkins, Gena Lenti, Anna Martin, Centrese McGee, Jasmine Penny, Megan Podkowa, Kelsey Reynolds, Megan Rogowski, Brooke Schulte, Kelsey Smith

Men's Cross Country: Eric Shan

Men's Golf: Moritz Ackerhans, Russell Budd, Adrian Halimi, Moritz Hausweiler, Jan Juelicher, Alex Lloyd, John Pavelko, Brad Peterson, Mark Sanchez, Brad Stephens

Men's Soccer: Jared Blincow, Joe Brinckworth, Jake Douglas, Zach Forbes, Thiago Ganancio, Art Garza, Kyle Gustafson, Joseph Hart, Jalen Harvey, Brian Hindle, Anthony Hunter, David Leverentz, Benjamin Lussier, Danny Michallik, Jack Rubin, Brian Schultz, Eric Sorby, Michael Stankiewicz, Austin Toth, Mauricio Velasco, Alex Wallace, Curtis Weir

Women's Soccer: Kelly Blumberg, Sara Brathwaite, MaryKate Cicinelli, Kimberly Denne, Carolyn Garrison, Ashleigh Goddard, Alejandria Godinez, Claire Hanold, Nina Kodros, Kylie Nordness, Amber Paul, Erin Pekovitch, Rachel Pitman, Megan Pyrz, Rebekah Roller, Brianna Ryce, Ren Stoecklin, Hannah Vogel, Elise Wyatt, Sarah Gorden

Softball: Brittany Boesel, Staci Bonezek, Allie Braden, Bree Brown, Cherelle Chambers, Samantha Dodd, Kali Gardner, Ali Lenti, Gena Lenti, Morgan Maize, Amanda Mener, Hannah Penna, Paige Peterson, Kirsten Verdun, Ali Warren

Men's Tennis: Jan-Willem Feilzer, Mathias Hambach, Paul John, Kyle Johnson, Sten Leusink, Adam Reinhart

Women's Tennis: Matea Cutura, Patricia Fargas, Jarret Fisher, Zhavia Gray, Jasmin Kling, Kelsey Lawson, Rebeca Mitrea, Carolin Neumann, Zaina Sufi, Ana Vladutu

Men's Track & Field/Cross Country: Matt Babicz, Andrew Diehn, Drew Edwards, Zack Gaskell, Ben Hiromura, Edward McDaniel, Mac Melto, Chris Miedema, Matthew Pietrus, Max Rodrigues, Ian Sanchez, Tyler Schmitt, Brandon Threats, Tonderai Tomu, Joseph Turner, Ryan Van Fossen

Women's Track & Field/Cross Country: Rebecca Adamcheck, Blair Bartosiewicz, Loreal Curtis, Julie Dambra, Jazmyne Durrah, Ayesha Ewing, Taylor Farley, Sarah Gorden, Danielle Hernando, Ashley Holden, Lindsey Holden, Taylor Hynes, Elizabeth Jefferson, Jacqueline Kasal, Sarah Moss, Alexandra Muller, Amanda Piche, Hannah Pulliam, Kayla Schwarz, Molly Shiroishi, Alexandra Vekich, Tayler Whittler

Volleyball: Rachel Aumann, Tyler Graham, Aubree Hord, Callie Huebener, Randi Leath, Genesis Reyes, Natalie Rizzo, Allyson Rooks, Anastasiya Shutava, Briana Spruill, Chelsea Thurlby, Laura Witt, Vesela Zapryanova