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Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Cougar Goalie Makes Pac-10 Academic List
Courtesy: Washington State Athletics
Release: 12/08/1999
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Dec. 8, 1999

PULLMAN, Wash. - Washington State University's sophomore goalkeeper Lindsey Jorgensen (North Bend, Wash.) was named to the Pac-10 All-Academic first team, Commissioner Tom Hansen announced.

Jorgensen, who boasts a 4.0 grade point average, was the only Cougar to be selected to the first team.

Reserve goaltender Naomi Allan (Tacoma, Wash.), midfielders Jen Burrough (University Place, Wash.) and Beth Childs (Snoqualmie, Wash.) and defenders Laura Grunenfelder (Port Orchard, Wash.) and Kristin Mak (Redmond, Wash) were all selected as Honorable Mention.

Allan, a redshirt freshman, has a 3.95 G.P.A, while Burrough and Childs, both sophomores, are right behind with a 3.91.

Grunenfelder, a sophomore, holds a 3.33 G.P.A and Mak, a senior who expects to graduate this summer with a degree in international business, has a 3.12 G.P.A.

Since 1997, Washington State has had 11 different players named to the Pac-10 All-Academic teams. In all, 20 All-Academic selections have come from WSU since the Cougars joined the Pac-10 in 1995.

Shalli DeWitt (3.2 GPA in '97), Randi Glas (3.28 in '97, 3.26 in '98), Meagin Donovan (3.09 in '97), Christina Pallan (3.25 in '97) and Amy Chippendale (3.12 in '98) are the other Cougars to make the list the past three years.


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