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Junior Sean Halverson made the America Sky All-Academic Team for the second straight season.
UND duo named to America Sky All-Academic Team
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Updated: Sunday 07/08/2013 20:05:32 (ET)
by UNDsports.com
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NAPERVILLE, Ill. - North Dakota golfers Sean Halverson and Collin Lervick were part of an America Sky record 50 golfers named to the league's All-Academic Team released on July 3. All 12 teams were represented on the squad that Halverson made for the second consecutive season.

Halverson and Lervick are both majoring in mechanical engineering and will both compete for UND in the team's final season in the America Sky in 2013-14 before the program moves to the Big Sky Conference.

Lervick was the top finisher for UND at the America Sky Championship, while Halverson had a trio of top-20 finishes during the 2012-13 campaign.

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