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Forty-three MIAA cross country student athletes earn academic honors

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Press Release MIAA: 

Forty-three MIAA cross country student athletes have earnedIndividual All-Academic Awards announced today by the United Track and Fieldand Cross Country Coaches Association.

Twenty-seven women earned the honor highlighted by seven each from SouthwestBaptist and Nebraska-Kearney. Sixteen men earned the honor with MissouriSouthern placing four student athletes on the list.

 

Honorees must have compiled a cumulative GPA or 3.25 orgreater and must have finished among the top 30 percent of total eligiblerunners at her regional championship (total Division II teams in the regionmultiplied by seven runners per team) or in the top half of the field at theNCAA Championships.

 

 

WOMEN

Courtney Klaty

Central Missouri

4.00

Chemistry

Megan Glamann

Central Missouri

3.93

Nursing

Katie Kerns

Central Oklahoma

3.78

History Education

Jacquelynn Skocik

Central Oklahoma

3.52

Nutrition

Kylie Gaughan

Fort Hays State

3.60

Elementary Education

Michaela Krzesinski

Fort Hays State

3.53

Elementary Education

Marie Schaller

Fort Hays State

3.31

Health & Human Performance

Addie Mengwasser

Missouri Southern

3.68

Health Promotion and Wellness

Jordan Bloesser

Neb.-Kearney

3.92

Business Administration

Bridgette Schneekloth

Neb.-Kearney

3.85

Exercise Science

Liz Damman

Neb.-Kearney

3.70

Communication Disorders

Marissa Bongers

Neb.-Kearney

3.67

Exercise Science

Briana Adams

Neb.-Kearney

3.62

Medical Technology

Morgan Benesch

Neb.-Kearney

3.33

Biology

Katti Carroll

Northwest Missouri

4.00

Applied Health Science

Anne Herbert

Northwest Missouri

3.91

Biology

Jessica Macy

Pittsburg State

3.79

English 

Hannah DeVries

Pittsburg State

4.00

Biology 

Elizabeth White

Pittsburg State

3.91

Early Childhood Development 

Catherine Dunn

Pittsburg State

3.90

Biology 

Alexandria Moase

Pittsburg State

3.66

Exercise Science 

Ashley Wolkomir

Southwest Baptist

3.74

Biology

Krenda McClure

Southwest Baptist

3.43

Politcal Science

Karissa Fisher

Southwest Baptist

3.62

Physical Therapy

Christina Owensby

Southwest Baptist

3.64

Biology

Elizabeth Luckel

Southwest Baptist

3.50

Exercise Science

Katherine Sitzes

Southwest Baptist

3.44

Intercultural Studies

 

MEN

Tyler Stuber

Central Missouri

3.62

Aviation

Ben Barrows

Central Missouri

4.00

Mathematics

Adam Tredway

Central Missouri

3.56

Criminal Justice

Cory Keehn

Fort Hays State

3.34

Health & Human Performance

Ryan Hopkins

Fort Hays State

3.35

Graphic Design

Jake Benton

Missouri Southern

4.00

Biology

Colton Wooldridge

Missouri Southern

3.79

Education

Ryan Jackson

Missouri Southern

3.75

Occupational Therapy

Adrian Todd

Missouri Southern

3.60

Kinesiology

Kevin Carder

Neb.-Kearney

3.99

Political Science

Nick Knudson

Neb.-Kearney

3.60

Construction Management

Jahn Landrigan

Neb.-Kearney

3.62

Pre-Medicine

Kit Anderson

Northwest Missouri

3.44

Elementary Education

Derek Lee

Southwest Baptist

3.86

Accounting

Lance Knight

Southwest Baptist

3.73

Economics/Finance

Trenton Morris

Southwest Baptist

3.36

Pre-Engineering




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