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UNDís Academic All-WAC total grows to 33
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Updated: Thursday 06/30/2014 11:24:54 (ET)
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DENVER, Colo.-- The Western Athletic Conference has released its all-academic honors for spring sports as well as freshmen and transfer students in all other sports. All told, UND has 12 spring honorees in baseball and men's and women's swimming and diving to join the 21 winter honorees, announced earlier this spring.

To be eligible, a student-athlete must have completed at least one academic year, have at least a 3.2 cumulative grade point average and have participated in at least 50 percent of the team's contests.

North Dakota recently completed its second season in the WAC in women's swimming and diving and also its first season as affiliate members in both men's swimming and diving and baseball.

A complete list of North Dakota’s Academic All-WAC honorees for 2013-14 follows:

BASEBALL (7)
Luis Calvo, So.
Reid Jungling, Sr.
Zach Muckenhirn, Fr.
Patrick Riewer, Sr.
Tyler Ruemmele, Jr.
Andrew Thome, Jr.
Zack Trygstad, Sr.

MEN'S SWIMMING AND DIVING (7)
Ian Ballantyne, So.
Aaron Chanas-LaRue, So.
Jacob Fisher, So.
Matt Koken, So.
Colin MacQuarrie, So.
Ethan Doll, Fr.
C.J. Kannawin, Fr.

WOMEN'S SWIMMING AND DIVING (19)
Jennifer Anklan, Jr.
Ali Church, So.
Teresa DiGregorio, So.
Alexis Eissinger, So.
Kate Fitzgerald, Jr.
Courtney Funk, So.
Morgan Lynch, Sr.
Camille Merwin, Sr.
Sami Puk, Sr.
Kelsey Richels, Sr.
Patricia Tedjasukmana, So.
Allison Tonsager, Jr.
Rachael Waldbillig, Sr.
Cassie Walth, So.
Rachael Wessman, Sr.
Alexa Weyer, So.
Steph Frey, Fr.
Alli Schwab, Fr.
Rachel Thorstenson, Fr.

 

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