Varsity Sports: BIG EAST Honors 149


By Shannon McNamara for WVUsports.com
July 28, 2011 01:49 PM
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The BIG EAST Conference has selected 149 West Virginia University student-athletes as 2010-11 BIG EAST Academic All-Stars.

The student-athletes selected represent 12 different sports at WVU. To be eligible for the honor, student-athletes must have competed in a BIG EAST-sponsored sport, attained a minimum grade-point average of 3.00 for the preceding academic year and completed a minimum of two consecutive semesters or three consecutive quarters of academic work, with a total of 18 semester or 27 quarter credits.

In total, the conference honored 3,236 student-athletes for the 2010-11 academic year from the 16-school league, an increase of 66 student-athletes from the 3,170 named for the 2009-10 season.

WVU’s BIG EAST Academic All-Stars are as follows:

Baseball: Andy Berry, Grant Buckner, Dan DiBartolomeo, Mark Dvoroznak, Eric Hinkle, T.J. Kuban, Matt Morrone, Max Nogay, Chris Rasky, Ryan Tezak.

Men’s Basektball: Kevin Jones, Joe Mazzulla, Kevin Noreen, Kenny Ross, Cam Thoroughman.

Women’s Basketball: Madina Ali, Natalie Burton, Brooke Hampton, Jess Harlee, Vanessa House, Bianca Jarrett, Taylor Palmer, Liz Repella.

Women’s Cross Country: Stephanie Aldea, Sarah-Anne Brault, Stephanie Caruso, Kaylyn Christopher, Jamie Cokeley, Maria Dalzot, Kaitlyn Gillespie, Kate Harrison, Ahna Lewis, Lydia Martinelli, Sarah Martinelli, Aubrey Moskal, Lauren Moskal, Jessica O’Connell, Allison Pettit, Hallie Portner.

Women’s Rowing: Anna-Claire Bowers, Sarah Cartwright, Anastasia DuPont, Alexandria Flavion, Jessica Kelly, Morgan Leach, Jeannine McCarty, Hilary Meale, Alita Meyers, Caitlin Murphy, Megan Neckelmann, Rachelle Purych, Courtney Schrand, Melissa Shaver, Ellen Shular, Janelle Spencer, Keyara Stevenson, Alyssa Thompson, Karen Verwey, Rachel Viglianco, Lauren Washabaugh, Danielle Widecrantz.

Men’s Soccer: Julio Arjona, Zach Claudio, Matt Drake, Uwem Etuk, Allan Flott, Ruben Garrido, Connor Gorman, Dan Hagey, Travis Ives, Paul Killian, Eric Schoenle, Alex Silva, Matt Strauss, Yale Tiley.

Women’s Soccer: Morgan Betscher, Chelsey Corroto, Cassandra Deitrick, Emily Dillon, Kristen Felice, Erica Henderson, Sara Keane, Ashtin Larkin, Katie Lenz, Meghan Lewis, Sydney Metheny, Megan Mischler, Frances Silva, Caroline Szwed.

Men’s Swimming and Diving: Joseph AbuRahma, Joe Bailey, Philip Berry, James Butler, Jeffrey Byrd, Taylor Camp, Brandon Carr, Zachary Chow, George Farquhar, Graham Kauffman, Jake Kudrna, Peter Murto, Jake Querciagrossa, Tim Squires.

Women’s Swimming and Diving: Austen Carrington, Hayley Kidd, Caroline Larsson, Katie Layne, Breanna McCann, Margaret Moreland, Sloan Storie, Jaryn Studer, Nikki Vetterlein.

Women’s Tennis: Veronica Cardenas, Mary Chupa, Emily Mathis, Liv Pettersson, Ashley Pilsbury, Anna Rodionova, Catherine Wickline.

Women’s Track & Field: Heather Adams, Jenna Barretto, Kyllie Bebout, Chelsea Carrier, Brittany Fink, Arielle Gaither, Gabrielle Harrington, Alex Klauke, Kristen McWhorter, Terina Miller, Jordann Mitchell, Meghan Mock, Kimberly Mulvin, Natasha Redman, April Rotilio, Brittany Thomas, Chené Townsend, Allison Tyree, Katelyn Williams, Brittany Wolford.

Women’s Volleyball: Bridget Carey, Lauren Evans, Liz Gulick, Andrea Miller, Abby Monson, Abigail Norman, Karly Rasmussen, Lisa Riedel, Serinna Russo, Sidney Sauter.



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