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					                                CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA® TEAM
                                             SELECTED BY COSIDA
                      FOR RELEASE                          Thursday, June 23, 2011 – 10 a.m. (EDT)

    JORDAN HASAY OF OREGON, SHANNON GAGNE OF
  NEW HAVEN TOP CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA®
    WOMEN’S TRACK & FIELD/CROSS COUNTRY TEAMS
    TOWSON, Md. – Sophomore Jordan Hasay of the University of Oregon and graduate student Shannon
Gagne of the University of New Haven lead the 2011 Capital One Academic All-America® Women’s Track &
Field/Cross Country Teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
    Hasay and Gagne have been chosen as the winners of the Academic All-America® of the Year award in
the University and College Divisions, respectively.
    A Human Physiology major with a 3.96 G.P.A., Hasay is the first sophomore ever to be named as the
Capital One Academic All-America® of the Year in any sport.
    She won two NCAA indoor championships this year while leading Oregon to its second consecutive
national championship. At the NCAA Indoor Meet, the Arroyo Grande, Cal. native posted first place finishes in
the one-mile run and the 3,000-meter run.
    The Pacific-10 Conference cross country champion in the Fall, she captured third place at the NCAA
Cross Country Championship Meet.
    Named as the USTFCCCA National Indoor Track Athlete of the Year, she won three Pacific-10
championships this year. In addition to the Pac-10 cross country title, she captured titles in the 1500-meter
and the 5,000-meter runs.
    At the NCAA Outdoor Meet, she earned first team All-American honors in the 1500-meter run and the
5000-meter run, helping Oregon finish as national runners-up.
    A graduate student who is pursuing her Master’s degree in National Security, Gagne has a 3.95 graduate
G.P.A. Honored as the USTFCCCA Division II Women’s Indoor and Outdoor Track Athlete of the Year, she
graduated from the University of New Haven with a degree in Criminal Justice and a 3.93 G.P.A.
    Honored as the Northeast-10 Conference Woman of the Year, she was also named as the Northeast-10
Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year. A six-time All-American, she led New Haven to a fourth place finish at the
NCAA Division II Indoor Track Championship and a ninth place showing at the Division II Outdoor Track Meet.
    In 2011, she won five individual national championships. At the NCAA indoor meet, she won titles in the
200-meter run, the 400-meter run and the long jump. At the NCAA outdoor meet, she finished first in the 200-
meter run and the 400-meter run. Her five national championships make her one of just three student-athletes
at the Division II level to ever accomplish the feat in one year.
    At the 2011 Northeast-10 Conference outdoor track championships, Gagne won four titles as she led New
Haven to a second place finish.
    A native of Meriden, Conn., Gagne was UNH’s Hatfield Scholar Recipient, which is awarded for
competitive scholarship for honors students only. She is the head volunteer for the school's legal society and
volunteers at the West Haven Community House, serving as a student mentor.
   Hasay is joined on the Capital One Academic All-America® University Division Women’s Track & Cross
Country first team by two repeat selections, seniors Whitney Carlson of North Dakota State and Kimberly
Williams of Florida State.
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   A second team pick in 2010, senior Ashley Cattran of Dayton was named to the first team. A pair of third
team honorees last year, seniors Kelly Phillips of Virginia Tech and Natalie Willer of Nebraska, was also
named to the first team this year.
   Seniors Mary Angell of Kentucky, Olivia Johnson of Marquette, Nora Mehl of UAB, Sofie Persson of
Mississippi and Sheila Reid of Villanova also earned first team honors. Graduate students Vera
Neuenswander of Indiana and Kate Niehaus of Stanford join juniors Tara Diebold of Arkansas and
Chanelle Price of Tennessee to complete the Capital One Academic All-America® University Division
Women’s Track & Cross Country first team.
    A Zoology major with a 4.00 G.P.A., Carlson earned third team Academic All-America® honors as a
sophomore and was named to the first team the last two years. A first team All-American after finishing fifth in
the heptathlon at the NCAA Outdoor Meet, she won 15 Summit League titles in her career at North Dakota
State. The winner of the NCAA Elite 88 Award, she is also the recipient of an NCAA post-graduate
scholarship. A native of Buchanan, N.D., she was the Summit League Indoor Athlete of the Year twice and
won the Outdoor award once. She will attend dental school at the University of Nebraska.
    The most decorated women’s track and field performer in Florida State history, Williams is a Business
Administration major with a 3.50 G.P.A. The top collegiate jumper in the country, she was the NCAA Indoor
champion in the triple jump. A native of Kingston, Jamaica, Williams finished her career with 12 Atlantic Coast
Conference titles. The first female in ACC history to win four straight indoor and outdoor triple jump titles, she
is a five-time NCAA champion and a nine-time All-American. She was named as the ACC Track Scholar-
Athlete of the Year for the second time.
    A Pre-Med major with a 3.98 G.P.A., Cattran was named as the Atlantic 10 Conference Track Student-
Athlete of the Year twice for Dayton. A member of the Atlantic 10 champion indoor distance medley relay
team, Cattran finished ninth in the 1500-meter run at the Atlantic 10 Meet. An All-Atlantic 10 selection, the
Centerville, Ohio native helped the Flyers finish second in the A-10 Outdoor Championship Meet.
    The pole vault record holder at Virginia Tech, Phillips is a Biology major with a 4.00 G.P.A. The winner of
the Elite 88 award at the NCAA Meet, she was the two-time Atlantic Coast Conference indoor pole vault
champion. She is the recipient of the ACC’s Weaver-James-Corrigan graduate scholarship. The co-president
of the Student Athlete Advisory Council, the Blacksburg, Va. native was an All-American in the indoor season.
    A Biological Sciences and Philosophy major with a 3.92 G.P.A., Willer owns the indoor and outdoor pole
vaulting records at Nebraska. A four-time Big 12 Conference champion in the pole vault, she earned All-
American honors three times in her career. She helped Nebraska win the 2011 Big 12 Conference indoor
track title. A two-year captain of the Cornhuskers, the Elkhorn, Neb. native was also the USA and Pan-Am
pole vaulting champion in 2009.
    The 2011 Southeastern Conference runner-up in the discus throw, Angell has a double major of
Kinesiology and Exercise Science with a 3.80 G.P.A. A native of Byron Center, Mich., she was Kentucky’s top
scorer at the SEC Championship with 14 points. She placed third in the shot put at the SEC Meet to qualify for
the NCAA Meet. She finished her career ranked third on UK’s all-time list of discus and shot put leaders.
    An Accounting major with a 4.00 G.P.A., Johnson was the captain of the Marquette cross country squad.
As a senior, she was Marquette’s top finisher in every race. A native of Milford, Iowa, she also competed in
the 1500-meter run. A three-time BIG EAST All-Academic selection, she was the winner of the 2011 Delta
Sigma Pi Golden Key Award. She is also a member of Beta Gamma Sigma.
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     Honored as the Conference USA Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Mehl is a Psychology major with a 4.00
G.P.A. at UAB. The UAB record holder in the high jump, she earned all-conference honors and finished fourth
in the high jump. A native of Rottwell, Germany, she won back-to-back Conference-USA titles in the indoor
pentathlon.
   An honorable mention All-American in the 400-meter hurdles, Persson is a Marketing major with a 3.83
G.P.A. at Mississippi. She also earned All-American honors at the NCAA Indoor Meet by finishing third in the
800-meter run. The school record holder in four different events, the Helsingborg, Sweden native was
recognized as the top marketing student in the UM Business School.
    The winner of the Honda Award for cross country, Reid led Villanova to its second consecutive national
championship as a senior. An English major with a 3.37 G.P.A., she was the NCAA individual cross country
champion. She also took first place at the BIG EAST Championship and the NCAA Regional Meet. A native of
Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, she was an 11-time BIG EAST champion and a seven-time All-American for
the Wildcats. She also anchored Villanova’s NCAA champion indoor distance medley relay team.
     A graduate student with a 4.00 G.P.A. who is working on her Master’s degree in Counseling,
Neuenswander won the 2011 Big Ten Conference championship in the pole vault and tied the conference
record. A three-time All-American for Indiana, she was the NCAA runner-up in the pole vault in 2009. A native
of Jefferson City, Mo., she earned her undergraduate degree in Social Studies and had a 4.00 G.P.A.
    A member of Stanford’s back-to-back NCAA champion cross country teams in 2006 and 2007, Niehaus is
a graduate student working on her Master’s degree in BioEngineering with a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. The winner
of the NCAA Elite 88 Award in 2009, she was a two-time NCAA qualifier for the Outdoor Championship Meet.
A native of Columbia, S.C., she was the Pacific-10 Conference runner-up in the 10,000-meter run in 2009.
    A two-time All-American pole vaulter at Arkansas, Diebold is a Communication Disorders major with a
4.00 G.P.A. A native of Branson, Mo., she helped the seventh-ranked Razorbacks finish third at the
Southeastern Conference Outdoor Meet. She was named to the SEC Academic Honor Roll twice and finished
sixth in the pole vault in the 2011 NCAA Indoor Championship Meet.
    The Southeastern Conference champion in the indoor and outdoor 800-meter run in 2011, Price has a
double major in Journalism and Electronic Media with a 3.92 G.P.A. A member of Tennessee’s NCAA
champion distance medley relay team in 2009 and 2010, she is a six-time All-American. A four-time All-SEC
selection, the Easton, Pa. native was the winner of the Lady Vols’ Coaches Award last year.
   The 15 members of the Capital One Academic All-America ® Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country
University first team have an average G.P.A. of 3.89.
   Seven of the first team selections have perfect 4.00 G.P.A.’s.


   Senior Darcie Schmitz of Fort Hays State is the only repeat selection on the Capital One Academic All-
America® Women’s Track & Cross Country College Division first team. Seniors Erin Beattie of Seton Hill,
Katie Navarre of Denison, Christina Rhodes of Bridgewater and Jill Ziskovsky of Central (Iowa), who were
named to the second team last year, earned first team honors in 2011.
   A pair of third team selections last year, senior Morgan Achterhoff of Taylor and graduate student Jen
Harpp of Slippery Rock, also moved up to the first team in 2011.
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   Seniors Kristi Buerkle of Bemidji State, Joanna Johnson of Oberlin, Monica Kinney of Grand Valley
State and Kristen McGlynn of Adams State were also named to the Capital One Academic All-America®
Women’s Track & Cross Country College Division first team.
  Juniors Whitney Bishoff of Anderson (S.C.), Simone Childs-Walker of Carleton and Liz Phillips of
Washington University round out the first team.
   A seven-time All-American in track and field, Schmitz is an Art major with a 3.84 G.P.A. and a minor in
Graphic Design. The NCAA Division II indoor national champion in the long jump, she holds the Fort Hays
State records in the indoor and outdoor triple jump and long jump. At the 2011 NCAA Outdoor Championship,
she finished sixth in the long jump and eighth in the triple jump. A native of Baileyville, Kan., she won Mid-
America Intercollegiate Athletic Association outdoor championships in the long jump and the triple jump.
   A Mathematics and Actuary Science major with a 4.00 G.P.A., Beattie led Seton Hill University to its first
West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WVIAC) championship. Selected as the Most Valuable
Performer at the WVIAC Championship Meet, she won the WVIAC titles in the pole vault and the triple jump.
A native of Latrobe, Pa., she owns school records in the pole vault, shot put, javelin and heptathlon. Beattie
was also the WVIAC champion in the heptathlon in 2008 and 2009.
    A four-time All-American at Denison University, Navarre is an English major with a 3.95 G.P.A. The winner
of an NCAA post-graduate scholarship, she earned All-American honors in cross country twice. Honored as
the NCAA Great Lakes Runner of the Year as a junior, she finished sixth in the NCAA Division III Cross
Country Championship Meet. Named as the North Coast Athletic Conference Runner of the Year in 2009, the
Upper Arlington, Ohio native earned All-American honors in the 5K run and 10K during her career.
   A Liberal Studies major with a 4.00 G.P.A., Rhodes won the Old Dominion Athletic Conference indoor and
outdoor pole vault championships four consecutive years at Bridgewater College. A two-time selection as the
ODAC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Outdoor Track, she won the Elite 88 Award at the 2010 and 2011
NCAA Championships. A native of Dayton, Va., she earned All-American notice at the 2010 NCAA
Championship Meet by finishing sixth in the pole vault.
    Honored as a seven-time All-American at Central College, Ziskovsky is a Communication Studies major
with a minor in Spanish and a 3.94 G.P.A. Honored as the Dutch’s Most Valuable Performer three times, she
was a four-time Iowa Conference event champion and won the 2011 heptathlon title. A native of Dallas
Center, Iowa, she was a ten-time NCAA Indoor and Outdoor track qualifier and earned Central’s Senior
Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year award.
    A Biology and Pre-Med major who graduated with a 4.00 G.P.A., Achterhoff set the Taylor University
record in the 400-meter run. Honored as an NAIA Scholar-Athlete, she owns the fourth-best mark in school
history in the long jump. A native of Orange City, Iowa, she also played basketball for the Trojans and helped
them earn a berth in the NAIA national tournament team.
   A graduate student who is working on a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree at Slippery Rock, Harpp has a
4.00 G.P.A. in grad school. She graduated from Slippery Rock with a degree in Physical Therapy and a 3.94
G.P.A. One of the top runners for the Slippery Rock cross country team, she was injured for most of the
season. However, she finished fourth in the Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference championship meet and
earned All-American honors by finishing 15th at the NCAA Division II cross country championship. A native of
Highland Heights, Ohio, she was the PSAC runner-up in three events at the PSAC indoor meet.
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    An Elementary Education major with a 3.86 G.P.A., Buerkle was a six-time All-American at Bemidji State.
Named as the Bemidji Female Athlete of the Year twice, she was the 2011 USTFCCCA Central Region Track
Athlete of the Year. At the 2011 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference meet, she won the 200-meter and
the 400-meter runs. The top runner for the Beavers’ cross country team, the Stacy, Minn. native graduated
with six individual school records.
   Chosen as the North Coast Athletic Conference Outdoor Distance Runner of the Year twice, Johnson has
a double major of Biology and French with a 3.68 G.P.A. at Oberlin College. A seven-time All-American, she
was a four-year runner for the cross country team. As a senior, she helped Oberlin place second at the NCAC
Championship Meet, finishing second in the 10K run and winning the 5K run in record time. Named as the
Great Lakes Region Runner of the Year twice, the Chico, Cal. native graduated with five school records.
    A member of three NCAA Division II national championship teams at Grand Valley State this year, Kinney
is a Biomedical Science major with a 3.75 G.P.A. She helped the Lakers achieve a unique feat as they won
NCAA Division II titles in cross country, indoor track and outdoor track and field. At the NCAA Indoor Meet,
she led the Lakers to their first-ever NCAA indoor crown by winning the one-mile run and the 5,000-meter run.
In cross country, she finished 30th while helping the Lakers win their first title. A native of Walker, Mich., she
earned three All-American honors in her senior year.
    A six-time All-American for Adams State College, McGlynn has a double major of English and Creative
Writing with a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. As a senior, she led the Grizzlies to the Rocky Mountain Athletic
Conference indoor and outdoor track championships. A three-time RMAC champion, she was the RMAC
Scholar-Athlete for cross country, indoor and outdoor track. At the RMAC indoor meet, she won the 3K and
the 5K titles, setting a conference record in the 5K. A native of Bailey, Col., she finished fourth in the 5K and
ran the anchor leg on the distance medley relay team that finished second at the NCAA Indoor Meet. At the
NCAA Outdoor Championship, she was honored as the winner of the Elite 88 award.
     An Education major with a 4.00 G.P.A., Bishoff led Anderson to the South Atlantic Conference cross
country championship by winning the individual title. Named as the SAC Runner of the Year, she was named
All-Region. The NCAA Elite 88 award winner for track and field, the Winder, Ga. native owns school records
in the 3K, 5K, 6K and 10,000-meter runs. An NCAA qualifier in the mile run, she is a member of the Chi Alpha
Sigma athletic honor society.
    A ten-time All-American at Carleton College, Childs-Walker is a Philosophy major with a 3.99 G.P.A. In
2011, she was named as the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Outstanding Track
Athlete. A native of Seattle, Wash., she helped the Knights finish tenth at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track
Championship by placing fourth in the 5,000-meter run and fourth in the 10,000-meter run. A three-time All-
MIAC selection in cross country, she has won 13 MIAC championships in her first three seasons.
     The winner of the NCAA Elite 88 Award at the NCAA Division III Indoor Track Championship, Phillips is a
Biomedical Engineering major at Washington University with a 4.00 G.P.A. Honored as a first team All-
University Athletic Association selection in cross country, she led the Bears to the UAA championship by
finishing fourth. She also helped Washington to a second place finish at the NCAA Division III Cross Country
Championship Meet. A native of Homer Glen, Ill., she earned indoor track All-American honors in the distance
medley relay. She was also an outdoor All-American in the 800-run and the 1500-run.
   The Capital One Academic All-America® Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country College Division first
team has six student-athletes with a perfect 4.00 G.P.A. The eleven members of the first team have an
average G.P.A. of 3.93.
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   Dan O’Connell, Towson University (doconnell@towson.edu)                          (410) 704-3102
   Academic All-America ® Vice-Chair for Publicity/Communications

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   Academic All-America ® Coordinator of Publicity
                              2011 Capital One Academic All-America®
                            University Division Women’s Track & Cross Country Team
                                              as selected by CoSIDA
                                                FIRST TEAM
Name                     School            Dist. Yr. Hometown                  G.P.A. Major
Mary Angell              Kentucky          IV    Sr. Byron Center, Mich.       3.80   Kinesiology, Exercise Sci.
Whitney Carlson (1) #    North Dakota StateVII Sr. Buchanan, N.D.              4.00   Zoology
Ashley Cattran (2)       Dayton            IV    Sr. Centerville, Ohio         3.98   Pre-Med
Tara Diebold             Arkansas          VI    Jr. Branson, Mo.              4.00   Communication Disorders
Jordan Hasay             Oregon            VIII So. Arroyo Grande, Calif. 3.96        Human Physiology
Olivia Johnson           Marquette         V     Sr. Milford, Iowa             4.00   Accounting
Nora Mehl                UAB               IV    Sr. Rottweil, Germany         4.00   Psychology
Vera Neuenswander #      Indiana           V     Gr. Jefferson City, Mo.       4.00   Social Studies Ed./Counseling
Kate Niehaus             Stanford          VIII Gr. Columbia, S.C.             4.00   Bioengineering
Sofie Persson            Mississippi       VI    Sr. Helsingborg, Sweden 3.83         Marketing
Kelly Phillips (3)       Virginia Tech     III   Sr. Blacksburg, Va.           4.00   Biology
Chanelle Price           Tennessee         IV    Jr. Easton, Pa.               3.92   Journalism & Electronic Media
Sheila Reid              Villanova         II    Sr. Newmarket, Ontario 3.37          English
Natalie Willer (3)       Nebraska          VII Sr. Elkhorn, Neb.               3.92   Biological Sci. / Psychology
Kimberly Williams (1)    Florida State     III   Sr. Kingston, Jamaica         3.50   Business Administration
                                               SECOND TEAM
Name                School                 Dist. Yr. Hometown                  G.P.A. Major
Brigetta Barrett    Arizona                VIII So. New York, N.Y.             3.57   Theater Arts
Sarah-Anne Brault   West Virginia          II    Jr. Winnipeg, Manitoba        3.96   Economics
Brittany Burns      Marist                 I     Gr. Watertown, N.Y.           3.96   Education Psychology
Kaitlyn Dugan       New Hampshire          I     Sr. Hatfield, Pa.             3.98   Chemistry
Betsy Graney        William & Mary         III   Sr. Harper Woods, Mich. 3.94         Kinesiology & Health Sci.
Rhiannon Johns      UAB                    IV    Jr. Sault Ste.Marie,Ont.,Can. 4.00   Mathematics
Anne Kesselring     Oregon                 VIII So. Nurnberg, Germany          4.10   Undeclared
Bridget Lyons       Georgia                III   Sr. Evans, Ga.                3.88   Biology / Spanish
Ashley Miller       Nebraska               VII Jr.   Tipton, Iowa              3.83   Nutritional Science & Dietetics
Kaitlyn Peale (3)   Michigan               IV    Sr. Columbus, Ohio            3.92   Industrial & Operations Eng.
Trecey Rew          Northwestern State VI        Gr. Garland, Texas            3.86   Communications; Sport Ad.
Amy Shackelford     Stephen F. Austin      VI    Sr. Port Neches, Texas        4.00   Secondary Education
Faith Sherrill      Indiana                V     Sr. Ft. Wayne, Ind.           3.59   Elementary Education
Jessica Ubanyionwu Baylor                  VI    Jr. El Paso, Texas            3.96   Health Sci. Studies (Pre-Med)
Stephanie Wilson    Santa Clara            VIII Sr. San Jose, Calif.           3.90   English
                                                THIRD TEAM
Name                School                 Dist. Yr. Hometown                  G.P.A. Major
Yolanda Berryhill   Georgia State          III   Sr. Leesburg, Ga.             3.74   Exercise Science
Chelsea Blanchard   Indiana                V     Jr. Ft. Wayne, Ind.           3.97   Visual Art Education
Keri Bland          West Virginia          II    Sr. Fairview, W.Va.           3.37   Mathematics & Sec. Educ.
Brittany Borman     Oklahoma               VI    Jr. Festus, Mo.               3.66   Health & Exercise Science
Sarah Callister     Weber State            VIII So. Ogden, Utah                4.00   Nursing
Corey Conner        Maine                  I     Jr. Townsend, Mass.           3.82   Nursing
Kianna Elahi        Iowa State             VII Jr.   Omaha, Neb.               3.72   Chemical Engineering
Kelsey Hanley       Indiana State          V     Sr. Arcadia, Ind.             3.42   Safety Management
Lauren McNamara     Southeast Missouri St. VII   Sr. Breese, Ill.              4.00   Mass Comm., Spanish
Sarah Pease         Indiana                V     Sr. Elizabeth, Ind.           3.68   Human Biology
Kristin Reffett     Murray State           IV    Sr. Evansville, Ind.          4.00   Business Admin., Accounting
April Rotilio       West Virginia          II    Sr. Bellaire, Ohio            3.72   Ex. Physiology; Phys.Therapy
Ashley Schnell      UNC-Greensboro         III   Jr. Lincoln, Neb.             4.00   Music
Renee Tomlin        Georgetown             II    Gr. Ocean City, N.J.          3.61   French; Linguistics
Emily Zimmerman     Dayton                 IV    Jr. Dayton, Ohio              4.00   Adolescence-Young Adult Ed.
                  Capital One Academic All-American of the Year: Jordan Hasay, Oregon
                                       st                                                                   rd
 (1) Capital One Academic All-America 1nd team selection in 2010   #   Capital One Academic All-America 3        team in 2009
(2) Capital One Academic All-America 2rd team selection in 2010
(3) Capital One Academic All-America 3 team selection in 2010
                             2011 Capital One Academic All-America®
                            College Division Women’s Track & Cross Country Team
                                             as selected by CoSIDA
                                                    FIRST TEAM
Name                       School                    Dist. Yr. Hometown                G.P.A. Major
Morgan Achterhoff (3)      Taylor                    V      Sr. Orange City, Iowa 4.00        Biology (Pre-Med)
Erin Beattie (2) #         Seton Hill                II     Sr. Latrobe, Pa.           4.00   Math / actuary science
Whitney Bishoff            Anderson (S.C.)           III    Jr. Winder, Ga.            4.00   Education
Kristi Buerkle             Bemidji State             V      Sr. Stacy, Minn.           3.86   Elementary Education
Simone Childs-Walker       Carleton                  V      Jr. Seattle, Wash.         3.99   Philosophy
Shannon Gagne              New Haven                 I      Gr. Meriden, Conn.         3.93   Criminal Justice
Jen Harpp (3) %            Slippery Rock             II     Gr. Highland Heights, Ohio 3.94   Doctor of Phys. Therapy
Joanna Johnson             Oberlin                   IV     Sr. Chico, Calif.          3.68   Biology / French
Monica Kinney              Grand Valley State        IV     Sr. Walker, Mich.          3.75   Biomedical Science
Kristen McGlynn            Adams State               VII Sr. Bailey, Colo.             4.00   English,Creative Writing
Katie Navarre (2)          Denison                   IV     Sr. Upper Arlington, Ohio 3.95    English
Liz Phillips               Washington                VII Jr. Homer Glen, Ill.          4.00   Biomedical Engineering
Christina Rhodes (2)       Bridgewater               III    Sr. Dayton, Va.            4.00   Liberal Studies
Darcie Schmitz (1)         Fort Hays State           VII Sr. Baileyville, Kan.         3.84   Art (Graphic Design)
Jill Ziskovsky (2)         Central (Iowa)            VII Sr. Dallas Center, Iowa 3.94         Comm. Studies & Spanish
                                                   SECOND TEAM
Name                       School                    Dist. Yr. Hometown                G.P.A. Major
Siu Nga Ching              Lindenwood                VII Jr. Kwai Chungi, Hong Kong 3.86 Exercise Science
Robin England              Rutgers-Camden            II    Sr. Haddon Township, NJ 3.98       Economics
Elizabeth Evans            Rose-Hulman               V     So. Bicknell, Ind.          3.51   Mathematics, Elec. Eng.
Yaneve Fonge               Rochester                 I     Sr. Cheshire, Conn.         3.65   Microbiology,Immunology
Kate Griewisch             Lenoir-Rhyne              III Jr. Banner Elk, N.C.          3.81   Biology
Portia Jones               Massachusetts Inst. Tech. I     Jr. Queens, N.Y.            3.52   El. Engineering, Com. Sci.
Holly Ozanich (3)          Wisconsin-Oshkosh         V     Sr. Green Bay, Wis.         3.61   Biology
Anja Puc (3)               Nebraska-Omaha            VII Sr. Medvode, Slovenia 3.71           International Studies
Emily Schudrowitz          St. Norbert               V     Jr. Wauwatosa, Wis.         3.91   Inter. Business, Spanish
Neely Spence (3)           Shippensburg              II    Jr. Shippensburg, Pa.       3.86   Human Comm. Studies
Kelsey Timm                St. Norbert               V     Jr. Oconomowoc, Wis. 4.00          Psychology
Sue Trzebiatowski (3)      Wisconsin-Oshkosh         V     Sr. Rosholt, Wis.           3.88   Biology
Christina Valerio          Johns Hopkins             II    Sr. West Milford, N.J.      3.66   Molecular & Cell. Biology
Heather Waterman           Franklin                  V     Sr. Shelbyville, Ind.       3.97   Biology & Chem.(Pre-Vet.)
Kristyn Zeiler             Methodist                 III Sr. Lutherville, Md.          4.00   Biology
                                                    THIRD TEAM
Name                       School                    Dist. Yr. Hometown                G.P.A. Major
Funmi Adebayo              Worcester Polytechnic I          Sr. Medfield, Mass.        3.90   Biomedical Engineering
Hazel Briner               Massachusetts Inst. Tech. I      Sr. Arlington, Mass.       3.60   Bio. & Mech. Engineering
Emma Dewart                Ithaca College            I      Jr. Barker, N.Y.           3.48   Health & Physical Educ.
Jaela Dinsmore             Willamette                VIII Jr. Hines, Ore.              3.99   Latin Am. Studies,Spanish
Keelie Finnel              Coe                       VII Jr. Francis Creek, Wis. 3.50         Education
Karin Fisher               Massachusetts Inst. Tech. I      Sr. Belvedere, Calif.      3.52   El. Science, Engin.Physics
Bridget Hines              Minnesota Duluth          V      Sr. Maple Grove, Minn. 3.96       Exercise & Psychology
Mary Mahoney               Mount Union               IV     So. Ashtabula, Ohio        3.95   Environmental Science
Rose Mascoli               East Stroudsburg          II     So. Lebanon, Pa.           4.00   Exercise science
Angie Miller               George Fox                VIII Sr. Alsea, Ore.              3.98   Nursing
Natasha Miller             Biola                     VIII Sr. Abbotsford, B.C.         3.67   Business
Erin Plews-Ogan            Wooster                   IV     So. Charlottesville, Va. 4.00     Anthropology
Cathryn Rittenberry        Angelo State              VI     Jr. Carthage, Texas        4.00   Integrated Accounting
Kelsey Taylor              Connecticut College       I      Sr. East Hampton, Conn. 3.98      Biochem. (Cell.&Mol. Bio.)
Kathryn Williams           Whitworth                 VIII Sr. Colorado Springs, Col. 3.99     Peace Studies, Spanish
                  Capital One Academic All-American of the Year: Shannon Gagne, New Haven
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(2) Capital One Academic All-America 2rd team in 2010 %         Capital One Academic All-America 2 team in 2009
(3) Capital One Academic All-America 3 team in 2010

				
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