19 Fall-Sport Student-Athletes Named Academic All-WAC

DenverNineteen San Jose State student-athletes from women’s cross country, football, women’s soccer and volleyball have earned 2005 Western Athletic Conference All-Academic honors for the 2005 fall sports as announced by the conference office.

Senior cross country runner Tabitha Guzman led all Spartans with a 3.78 grade point average in chemistry. The women’s cross country team had the highest representation with seven student-athletes. Women’s soccer was next with five student-athletes, while football had four and volleyball three.

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.

2005 WAC Academic All-WAC Fall Sports

Women’s Cross Country

Lindsay Bryant So. 3.50 Undeclared

Judy DeLong Sr. 3.60 Radio, Television, Film

Marlene Elizalde So. 3.66 Sociology

Tabitha Guzman Sr. 3.78 Chemistry

Erica Sahli So. 3.05 Undeclared

Allison Stiller So. 3.47 Criminal Justice

Valerie Weilert Jr. 3.55 Industrial Design


David Giesen So. 3.47 History

Bobby Godinez Sr. 3.14 Kinesiology

Kinji Green Sr. 3.44 Kinesiology

Ezekial Staples Sr. 3.09 Kinesiology

Women’s Soccer

Adrienne Herbst Sr. 3.63 English

Kristin Krale Jr. 3.22 Earth Science

Heidi Romswinckel-Guise So. 3.53 Undeclared

Tasha Van Dixhorn So. 3.15 Business Administration

Jackie Zabek So. 3.15 Undeclared


Nia Freeman So. 3.37 Business

Jessie Shull Jr. 3.33 Child Development

Dyana Thompson Jr. 3.23 Psychology

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