Colorado Springs, Colo.----- Forty-nine San José State University student-athletes from the fall sports of football, women's volleyball, women's soccer and men's and women's cross country earned 2014 Academic All-Mountain West honors.
These Spartans are part of the 522 student-athletes from the 11 full conference members and the University of Hawaii in football and Colorado College in women's soccer to meet the Mountain West's criteria for enrollment, cumulative grade-point average and athletics participation.
For the second consecutive season, 16 San José State football players earned the Academic All-Mountain West honor. The women's soccer team was next with 15. Seven women's cross country, six volleyball and four men's soccer student-athletes round out the 49 San José State honorees.
Wide receiver Tim Crawley, defensive backs Dasheon Frierson and Akeem King, running back Shane Smith, tight end Jordan Thiel, and offensive linemen Evan Sarver and Wes Schweitzer are among the returning San José State football players that are two-time Academic All-Mountain West honorees.
Cross country runners Ben Branagh, Jannik Ernst, Matthew Stephens, Marissa Buckley and Rebecca Garcia; women's soccer players Alex Donaldson, Lupita Estrada, Alexandra Jimenez, Stephanie Rebagliati, Kareli Rodriguez and Alexis Venegas; and women's volleyball player Tyanna Roy are 12 more Spartans to earn their second Academic All-Mountain West award.
Student-athletes from Mountain West sports of basketball, baseball, golf, women's swimming and diving, softball, tennis and track and field that maintain a 3.00 or higher cumulative grade-point average and participate in at least 50 percent of their teams contests will honored after the conclusion of the spring semester.
|Jennifer Beckingham||Women's Cross Country||JR||Mathematics|
|Claire Berkley||Women's Soccer||FR||Business Administration|
|Daniel Bradbury||Football||SR||Communication Studies|
|Ben Branagh||Men's Cross Country||SO||Sociology|
|Marissa Buckley||Women's Cross Country||SR||Nutritional Science|
|Vince Buhagiar||Football||SR||Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Osirius Burke||Football||SO||Communication Studies|
|David Catalano||Football||JR||Educational Counseling|
|Tim Crawley||Football||SO||Business Administration|
|Jannik Ernst||Men's Cross Country||JR||Business Administration|
|Rachel Docherty||Women's Soccer||JR||Business Administration|
|Alex Donaldson||Women's Soccer||SR||Health Science|
|Lupita Estrada||Women's Soccer||JR||Health Science|
|Dasheon Frierson||Football||SR||Communication Studies|
|Melanie Fujiwara||Women's Cross Country||SO||Biochemistry|
|Rebecca Garcia||Women's Cross Country||SR||Psychology|
|Chris Gonzalez||Football||FR||Business Administration|
|Forrest Hightower||Football||SR||Educational Counseling|
|Jamie Hirai||Volleyball||FR||Business Administration|
|Dorthe Hoppius||Women's Soccer||FR||Justice Studies|
|Craig Huff||Men's Cross Country||FR||Undeclared|
|Alex Jimenez||Women's Soccer||SR||Kinesiology|
|Aliyah Jones||Women's Soccer||FR||Undeclared|
|Allison Kimura||Women's Cross Country||SR||Kinesiology|
|Akeem King||Football||SR||Interdisciplinary Studies|
|Allison Meehan||Volleyball||JR||Business Administration|
|Sabrina Miller||Women's Soccer||FR||Business Administration|
|Karina Nunes||Women's Cross Country||SO||Psychology|
|Diana Orozco||Women's Cross Country||SR||Forensic Science|
|Stephanie Rebagliati||Women's Soccer||SO||Kinesiology|
|Breann Robinson||Volleyball||FR||Business Administration|
|Darlene Rodriguez||Women's Soccer||JR||Sociology|
|Kareli Rodriguez||Women's Soccer||SR||Communication Studies|
|Yavianliz Rosado||Volleyball||FR||Political Science|
|Tyanna Roy||Volleyball||JR||Business Administration|
|Evan Sarver||Football||SO||Mechanical Engineering|
|Becca Spangler||Women's Soccer||JR||Biochemistry|
|Gabriella Stange||Women's Soccer||JR||Business Administration|
|Matthew Stephens||Men's Cross Country||SR||Mechanical Engineering|
|Sam Tomlitz||Football||SR||Communication Studies|
|Alexis Venegas||Women's Soccer||SO||Chemical Engineering|
|Andrew Vollert||Football||FR||Communication Studies|
|Myia Wilkes||Women's Soccer||FR||Business Administration|