July 6, 2011

Broncos Put 12 on West Coast Conference 2011 Spring All-Academic Team

Entire List From the WCC

Santa Clara, Calif. – Santa Clara puts 12 Spring Sports student-athletes on the West Coast Conference's 2011 Spring All-Academic Team, including six on the first team.

"The West Coast Conference is very proud to honor and recognize these exceptional student-athletes for their exemplary efforts in the classroom and on the fields of play," said WCC Commissioner Jamie Zaninovich. "Our institutions strive to balance academic achievement in the classroom with success on the field, and this list is evident of that effort."

The Bronco list was headlined by Rick Lamb (men's golf) and Miki Ueoka (women's golf), who were both named to the All-WCC golf team this spring as well. Kelly Lamble and Kacie Wagner were both named All-WCC Honorable Mention on the courts in tennis in singles while Lamble also received All-WCC Honorable Mention recognition for her double's play in the WCC with Maggie McGeorge.

Santa Clara: WCC Spring All-Academic First Team:

Name, Sport                                       YR        GPA   Major

Curtis Wagner, Baseball                     Sr          3.85     Economics

Rick Lamb, Men's Golf                      So.        3.31     Business

Miki Ueoka, Women's Golf               Sr.         3.45     Biochemistry

Kelly Lamble, Women's Tennis          So.        3.82     Business

Kacie Wagner, Women's Tennis         Jr.          3.59     English

Laurel Schuster, Women's Rowing    Sr.         3.80     Accounting and Info. Systems

 

Santa Clara: WCC Spring All-Academic Honorable Mention:

Name, Sport                                       YR        GPA   Major

Brock Simon, Baseball                          So.       3.39           Business

Joe Supple, Baseball                           Jr.          3.27     Communication

Paul Twining, Baseball                       Jr.          3.41     Mechanical Engineering

Kimmi Cox, Women's Tennis             Jr.          3.57     Marketing

Katie Caudle, Women's Rowing        Jr.          3.48     Finance

Adrienne Lohe, Women's Rowing     So.        3.42     Environmental Science

 

The 2011 West Coast Conference Spring All-Academic teams honor some of the league's finest examples of the consummate scholar-athlete. At the completion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each of the participating sponsored sports. To be considered, a student-athlete must earn at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average, while also being a significant contributor to his or her team.