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139 Student-Athletes Named To Spring All-Academic Team

ST. LOUIS - One hundred thirty-nine student-athletes have been named to the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) All-Academic Team. The recipients were varsity members of their school's baseball, softball, men's golf, men's tennis, women's tennis, men's track & field or women's track & field squad for the Spring 2013 season. Other selection criteria include: (1) Minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average, (2) At least sophomore academic standing and (3) Have at least one full year at current institution (first year transfers and true freshmen are not eligible).

Forty-two student-athletes named to the Spring All-Academic Team were also recipients of the honor this past Fall or Winter. Twenty-three of the 42 student-athletes to earn the honor twice this year were cross country/track & field athletes. Danielle Smulczenski, from Westminster College, was the lone three-time All-Academic honoree this year, earning honors in women's cross country, women's basketball and women's track & field.

The two-time recipients include Eureka College's Nathan Mullins (Men's Soccer & Men's Track & Field) and Trevor Teal (Men's Basketball & Baseball), Fontbonne University's Brendan Middleton (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field) and Rachel McCarthy (Women's Basketball & Softball),  Greenville College's Anthony Gabriel Buttram (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Ethan Ford (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Lauren Schwaar (Women's Basketball and Women's Track & Field), Nathaniel Young (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Rose Nelson (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Ross Baker (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Seth Martin (Men's Basketball & Men's Track & Field), Simon Martin (Men's Basketball & Men's Track & Field), Suzanne Ford (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Trevor Thompson (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field) and Tyler Mitchell (Men's Basketball & Baseball), Principia College's Andrew Rohrer (Men's Soccer & Men's Tennis), Carolyn Sanderude (Women's Soccer & Women's Tennis), Casey Powell (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Christian Thomas (Men's Soccer & Baseball), Emily Osborne (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Haley Morton (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Jocelyn Shoemake (Women's Basketball & Softball), Julia Suber (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Nicolas Larsen (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Samuel Nickell (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field) and Sarah Corbitt (Women's Basketball & Women's Tennis), Spalding University's James Borengasser (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Krystina Perez (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field) and Liz Schooler (Women's Cross Country & Softball), Webster University's Agustin Villalba (Men's Soccer & Men's Tennis), Daniel Henkey (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), David Koppelmann (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Josh Sellmeyer (Men's Soccer & Men's Tennis), Jenny Howard (Volleyball & Women's Track & Field), Kristen McDowell (Volleyball & Women's Track & Field) and Mackenzie Wilder (Women's Tennis & Women's Track & Field) and Westminster College's Sarah Koestner (Women's Cross Country & Women's Track & Field), Sarah Ogar (Women's Soccer & Women's Track & Field), Daniel Lindaman (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field), Kenna Cornelson (Women's Basketball & Softball), Matt Borst (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field) and William Megl (Men's Cross Country & Men's Track & Field).

A total of 330 student-athletes received SLIAC All-Academic honors this year, 45 of which earned multiple honors. Greenville College led all Conference schools with 67 total All-Academic honors, 11 of which were two-time recipients. Principia College was right behind with 65 All-Academic honorees, 12 of which were two-time recipients. Westminster College had 54 honorees, including the lone three-time recipient and six two-time recipients, while Webster University had 51 honorees, with seven two-time recipients.

2013 Spring Academic All-SLIAC