15 Winter Sports Student-Athletes Named Academic All-WAC

Denver Fifteen San Jose State student-athletes from men’s and women’s basketball, women’s gymnastics and women’s swimming and diving have earned 2006 Western Athletic Conference All-Academic honors for the 2005-06 winter sports as announced by the conference office.

Women’s swimming led all sports with seven student-athletes receiving recognition including Stephanie Carter who had a 4.00 grade point average in education/counseling. Melissa Logan added a 3.81 g.p.a. in kinesiology for women’s swimming. Women’s gymnastics, led by gymnast Leah Bigelow with a 3.75 g.p.a., in journalism, had five student-athletes. Men’s basketball had two student-athletes, while women’s basketball had one selection.

Student-athletes qualified for the recognition by completing at least one academic year, have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade point average and competed in fifty percent of the team’s contests during the 2005 season.

2006 WAC Academic All-WAC Winter Sports

Men’s Basketball
Tyree Gardner Sr. 3.03 Sociology
Kenny Smith Sr. 3.36 Radio/Television/Film

Women’s Basketball
Brittany Morris Jr. 3.09 Public Relations

Women’s Gymnastics
Leah Bigelow So. 3.75 Journalism
Tracie Kavalec Sr. 3.15 Child Development
Amberly Klein Sr. 3.44 Criminal Justice
Adriane Mertens Sr. 3.72 English
Michelle Minotti So. 3.27 Undeclared

Women’s Swimming
Allison Adams Sr. 3.51 Recreation
Amanda Carr Jr. 3.39 History
Stephanie Carter Gr. 4.00 Education/Counseling
Lisa Covey Sr. 3.38 Mathematics
Nicole Green Sr. 3.39 Business
Melissa Logan Jr. 3.81 Kinesiology
Ksenija Poljak Jr. 3.41 Kinesiology

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