June 5, 2013
WALNUT CREEK, Calif. -- Twenty-three Washington State University track and field student-athletes were named to the 2013 Pac-12 Conference Men's and Women's Track and Field All-Academic teams, announced Wednesday by Commissioner Larry Scott. To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade-point average and be either a starter or significant contributor, and not be a freshman or transfer student.
Pac-12 All-Academic Men's Track & Field First Team WSU Men:
Second Team WSU Men: Drew Jordan, Jr., 3.40, General Studies, Medford, Ore. Andrew Kimpel, Rs-Jr., 3.34, Management Information Systems, Spokane, Wash. Matt Wardell, So., 3.50, Undeclared, Post Falls, Idaho
Honorable Mention WSU Men: Sam Ferenchak, So., 3.07, Undeclared, Vancouver, Wash. Lee George, Rs-So., 3.01, History, Ferndale, Wash. Andrew Gonzales, Rs-Jr., 3.10, Psychology, Kennewick, Wash. Grant Schultz, Rs-So., 3.31, Finance, Davenport, Wash. Richard Shroy, Rs-So., 3.24, Movement Studies, Carson City, Nev. Kyle Stevens, Jr., 3.09, Chemical Engineering, Snoqualmie, Wash. Todd Wakefield, Jr., 3.27, Movement Studies, Kearns, Australia Dana Wells, Sr., 3.03, Movement Studies, Tieton, Wash.
Pac-12 All-Academic Women's Track & Field First Team WSU Women: Name, Year, GPA, Major, Hometown Ruby Roberts, Jr., 3.97, Fine Arts, Kingston, Wash.
Second Team WSU Women: Name, Year, GPA, Major, Hometown Holly Parent, Rs-Jr., 3.84, Movement Studies, Victoria, B.C. Canada
Honorable Mention WSU Women: Erin Allen, So., 3.10, Movement Studies, Kenmore, Wash. Kelsey Bueno, So., 3.43, Computer Science, Kent, Wash. Ashley Kenney, Sr., 3.46, General Biology Sciences, Spokane Valley, Wash. Jaclyn Onosko, Jr., 3.04, General Medical Sciences, Kent, Wash. Christine Rice, Sr., 3.14, Fine Arts, Ridgefield, Wash. Andrea Smith, So., 3.70, Undeclared, Kennewick, Wash. Celena Ward, So., 3.51, Undeclared, Spokane, Wash. Courtney Zalud, Rs-Jr., 3.27, General Sciences, Colbert, Wash.