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The 67 honorees represented an increase from 63 in Spring 2013.
Spring Dean’s List includes 67 student-athletes
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Updated: Friday 06/12/2014 14:58:42 (ET)
by Jayson Hajdu, UND Athletic Media Relations
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GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Sixty-seven University of North Dakota student-athletes have landed on UND’s Spring 2014 Dean’s List for academic excellence, an increase from the 63 who were named to the Spring 2013 Dean’s List.

The Dean’s List comprises students whose Spring 2014 semester grade-point averages are in the top 15 percent of the enrollment in each of the University’s degree-granting colleges and schools. A student must have completed no fewer than 12 semester hours of academic work for the semester, of which eight or more hours must be graded work rather than “satisfactory/unsatisfactory.”

The list below includes both active student-athletes who completed their most recent athletic season or student-athletes who had previously exhausted their athletic eligibility but are continuing to work toward degree completion.

Spring 2014 Dean’s List:
Shelby Amsley-Benzie (hockey), Nicole Babrowski (softball), Ian Ballantyne (swimming), Cami Bennett (softball), Carly Bertsch (track/cross country), Hailey Brinkman (track), Luis Calvo (baseball), MacIan Campbell (swimming), Alyssa Carlson (tennis), Kelsey Cartwright (soccer), Annie Chipman (hockey), Lauren Clarke (volleyball), Colin Cottingham (track/cross country), Andrea Dalen (hockey), Dani DelGreco (golf), Cataldo DiDonna (cross country), Josie Dillon (basketball), Ethan Doll (swimming), Meghan Dufault (hockey), Trent Egan (baseball), Tanja Eisenschmid (hockey), Jimmy Evers (track), Johanna Fallman (hockey), Ashley Fedie (track), Steph Frey (swimming), Courtney Funk (swimming), Kim Granata (softball), Keaton Hanevold (track), Samantha Hanson (hockey), Zach Hayes (baseball), Darian Hedland (track), Aubrey Hovland (track), Jaymie Jackson (soccer), Sydney Karr (soccer), Michelle Karvinen (hockey), Megan Kienholz (track), Ellen Kiser (basketball), Matt Koken (swimming), Halli Krzyzaniak (hockey), Asia Laudal (soccer), Collin Lervick (golf), Lydia Lutz (track/cross country), Morgan Lynch (swimming), Jessica Lynch (track/cross country), Luke Mathewson (football), Nick Mattson (hockey), Amy Menke (hockey), Camille Merwin (swimming), Jared Michel (track), Noah Mithrush (soccer), Chelsea Moser (volleyball, track), Connor Oberle (tennis), Kurt Palandech (football), Nate Peterson (track/cross country), Aaron Pulanco (golf), Katarina Reller (track), Kelsey Richels (swimming), Ellie Ripplinger (basketball), Carly Rothfusz (basketball), Tyler Ruemmele (baseball), Daniel Sayler (golf), Alli Schwab (swimming), Lexie Shaw (hockey), Nicole Smart (basketball), Rachel Thorstenson (diving), Allison Tonsager (swimming), Savana Weller (track)

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