Courtesy of U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches
NEW ORLEANS -- The Ivy League boasted 53 student-athletes named to the 2010 Division I Men’s and Women’s All-Academic Track & Field teams announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).
Record totals of 357 male student-athletes representing 118 institutions and 557 female student-athletes representing 152 institutions compose the groups. Stanford led all men’s squads with 12 earning All-Academic status while Nebraska led all schools on the women’s side for the second-straight year with 18 honorees. Nine men’s All-Academic honorees and 28 women’s honorees were reported to have cumulative GPAs of 4.0 and above.
To qualify for the USTFCCCA All-Academic Track and Field teams, the student-athlete must have compiled a cumulative grade point average of 3.25 and have met either the NCAA Division I Indoor automatic or provisional qualifying standard or participated in the NCAA Division I Outdoor Championships (including preliminary rounds) in their respective event.
Gabriela Baiter, Duriel Hardy, Craig Kinsley, Jordan Maddocks, Lauren Pischel, Brynn Smith and Ariel Wright
Mallory Anderson, Jacqueline Drouin, Serita Lachesis, Emily Lanois, Queen Okeke and Julianne Quinn
Bob Belden, Adrien Dannemiller, Molly Glantz, Nick Huber, Kelsey Karys, Brett Kelly, Stephanie Pancoast, Erin Roberts, Duane Teixeira, and Richard Zamora
David Irving, Ted Lesher, Alex Lippai, Phil Royer, Alexandra Tanner, and Chris Zablocki
Carlyle Davis, Jessica Fronk, Chas Gillespie, Brian Hill, and Claire Richardson
Mark Amirault, Alex Banfich, Peter Callahan, Sarah Cummings, Mike Eddy, Reilly Kiernan, Mel Newbery, Trevor Van Ackeren, Elliot Welder, and Tory Worthen
Matthew Bogdan, Alexandra Cadicamo, Claudia Duncan, Eric DePalo, Kate Grace, William Harris Christopher Labosky, Michael Levine, and Anne Lovelace
Those institutions given All-Academic Team status will be named on Monday, August 2 (men) and Tuesday, August 3 (women).