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MIAA Announces Annual Academic Awards

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association recently announced its annual academic awards. 150 Pittsburg State student-athletes earned academic recognition from the conference.

All 150 PSU student-athletes qualified for the MIAA Academic Honor Roll for earning at least a 3.00 GPA. Additionally, 15 student-athletes earned the MIAA Scholar-Athlete Award for earning at least a 3.50 GPA and earning All-MIAA honors. Sevens Gorilla were honored with the Academic Excellence Award for achieving a 4.00 GPA after at least two semesters.

All honorees are listed below.

Academic Excellence Award
Brad Foss - Baseball
Kelley Bugler - Volleyball
Abbie Smith - Volleyball
Monica Wuertz - Track & Field
Shannon Ahlstedt - Cross Country
Catherine Dunn - Cross Country
Leah Haden - Cross Country

Scholar-Athlete Award
Chas Smith - Football
Jon Thomas - Football
Jordan Riffel - Track & Field
Mike Beeler - Track & Field
Matt Haffner - Cross Country
Hilary Erbert - Softball
Brooke Fay - Volleyball
Alexa Bordewick - Women's Basketball
Lizzy Jeronimus - Women's Basketball
Jalexis Peterson - Track & Field
Heidi Smith - Track & Field
Bridgette McCormick - Cross Country/Track & Field
Alex Moase - Track & Field
Kaley Temaat - Cross Country/Track & Field
Erica Testa - Cross Country

MIAA Academic Honor Roll
Baseball - Chase Barnes, Ryan Bilovesky, Luke Bordewick, George Brandecker, Brett Cares, Brad Foss, Eric Hansen, Zach Lovell, Buster Reddick, Jacob Stevenson, Evan Thomas, Dustin Ulrich, Ryan Ventura
Football - Avery Adair, Calin Archer, Eric Brantley, Tank Burns, Jake Catloth, Conner Combes, Taylor Counts, Trey Derryberry, Tyler Disney, Mandel Dixon, Nate Dreiling, Andy Farmer, Derek Fisher, Lewis Foutz, Trace Goade, Colby Hall, Chris Hance, Chris Heffern, Cody Holland, Danile Humble, Trent Kinen, Aaron Kolich, Levi Kuntzsch, Austin Leake, Brady Letchworth, Gavin Lutman, Israel Maselera, Chase McCoy, Gage McKinnis, Shea Miller, Mike Noble, Cory Phillips, Brian Poston, Stephen Poston, Daniel Rank, Chance Riley, Hal Rivard, Scott Roderique, Reid Schatzman, Dallas Shalz, Chas Smith, Kyle Swartz, Dino Teague, Jon Thomas, Grant Towry, Deron Washington, Joe Windscheffel
Golf - Brett Dowell, Bren Fisher, Fletcher Harder, J.D. Heatherly
Men's Basketball - Maurte Harrison, Adrian Herrera, Sam Pugh
Men's Track & Field - Derek Base, Mike Beeler, Shane Cote, Aaron Dean, Grant Ellis, Alan Hay, Cody Holland, Daryl Holland, Calvin Hughes, Michael Morrisey, Jordan Peters, Jeff Piepenbrink, Ryan Ramler, Jordan Riffel, John Talbert
Men's Cross Country - Tyler Anliker, Austin Bogina, Matt Haffner, Collin Hubert, Chris Musgrove, Tyler Polshak, Ethan Silvosky, Talon Thompson, Tony Weiss
Softball - Avery Beard, Katelyn Birchfield, HIlary Erbert, Brenna George, Kelsey Henson, Kreslee Ketcham, Bailey Marcotte, Devon McCreath, McKenzie Rynard, Kayla Sears, Ashley Stein, Molly Stiens
Volleyball - Kelley Bugler, Kirsten Erickson, Brooke, Fay, Leah Flynn, Chloe Foster, Haylee Gregory, Christa McCaw, Leann Patterson, Becca Pearson, Nicole Rockhold, Abbie Smith, Samantha Wyatt
Women's Basketball - Alexa Bordewick, Lauren Brown, Lisa Elmer, Britnee Foster, Lizzy Jeronimus, Sara Molz, Amanda Orloske, Hailey Roderique, Courtney Tate, Kristina Willis
Women's Track & Field - Ashley Baier, Emily Ballock, Ashley Bowman, Kirby Clements, HIllary Dickey, Bridgette McCormick, Jalexis Peterson, Jessica Reichenberger, Shanise Rice, Delaney Smith, Heidi Smith, Whitney Southard, Kaley Temaat, Jacque Timberlake, Charissa Wall, Tessa Westhoff, Monica Wuertz
Women's Cross Country - Shannon Ahlstedt, Amanda Callawat, Catherine Dunn, Leah Haden, Katelyn Henderson, Alex Moase, Erica Testa

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