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Six from Oregon State University Selected for Pac-10 Women’s Soccer All-Academic Teams Sports

(Corvallis, Oregon) - Following are the 2010 Pac-10 Conference Women's Soccer All-Academic teams, announced today by Commissioner Larry Scott. To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade-point average and be either a starter or significant contributor.

Junior goalkeeper Colleen Boyd was selected to the Pac-10 All-Academic Second Team just days after she was named to the All-Conference First team. It is her second Pac-10 academic honor after being an honorable mention in 2009.

Five others received honorable mention honors. Juniors Ashley Folsom and Brittany Galindo received honors for the second time while sophomores Jayne Eadie, Lindsay Meiggs and Megan Miller received first time honors.

First Team
Meghan Berlingo, WSU Sr. 3.71 Psychology
Elise Britt, UCLA Sr. 3.65 Psychobiology
Ariana Byrd, WSU So. 3.80 Undeclared
Alexandra Elston, ASU Sr. 3.89 Speech and Hearing
Lauren Hein, CAL So. 3.95 Undeclared
Lindsey Johns, ASU Sr. 3.83 Marketing
Ashley Johnson, WSU Sr. 3.78 Movement Studies
Tiara Pittman, WSU Jr. 3.78 Psychology
Christen Press, STAN Sr. 3.61 Communications
Nicki Stone, ASU R-Fr. 4.00 Tourism Development & Management
Jessie Richardson, ASU R-Jr. 3.73 Secondary Education (Mathematics)

Second Team
Colleen Boyd, OSU Jr. 3.58 Pre-Education
Mariah Cameron, WSU So. 3.74 Undeclared
Sierra Cook, ASU So. 3.78 Nursing
Kate Deines, WASH Jr. 3.65 Pre-Social Science
Alyssa Gillmore, ASU So. 3.64 Parks & Recreation Management
Betsy Hassett, CAL So. 3.66 Undeclared
Kayla Johnson, WSU R-Fr. 3.73 Undeclared
Teresa Noyola, STAN Jr. 3.59 Math & Computational Science
Jen Stoltenberg, ORE Sr. 3.49 Business Administration
Emma Stolz, WSU Sr. 3.58 Psychology
Dana Wall, UCLA Sr. 3.57 Communications Studies

Women's Soccer Honorable Mention All-Academic

Nicole Bakke, So., ORE; Rebecca Barry, Sr., ARIZ; Lauren Battung, So., CAL; Ariel Boulicault, So., ARIZ; Danielle Brunache, Jr., CAL; Brittany Cole, So., ARIZ; Alexandra Davis, Sr., ARIZ; Jayne Eadie, So., OSU; Allison Fenter, Jr., WSU; Ashley Folsom, Jr., OSU; Mallory Fox, R-Sr., WSU; Alyssa Freeman, So., ASU; Brittany Gallindo, Jr., OSU; Hannah Greig, Sr., WASH; Karter Haug, Sr., USC; Marjani Hing-Glover, So., STAN; Kelsey Hones, So.,ORE; Ashley Jett, Jr., ARIZ; Taylor Jones, Jr., ORE; Sierra Joseph, So., ASU; Kellye Joswick, Sr., WASH; Brittany Kerridge, Jr., USC; Kirstie Kuhns, Sr., ORE; Jorde LaFontaine-Kussmann, Jr., WASH; Scout Libke, So., ORE; Ashley Loughmiller, So., WSU; Rianna Mansfield, Sr., ORE; Sarah Martinez, Jr., WASH; Allison McCann, Sr., STAN; Taylor McCarter, So., ASU; Shannon McFadden, So., WSU; McKenna McKetty, Sr., CAL; Lindsay Meiggs, So., OSU; Maddy Mercier, So., ORE; Megan Miller, So., OSU; Miah Mollay, R-Fr., ASU; Alex Morgan, Sr., CAL; Morgan Morrow, RS-Fr., USC; Macke Mutz, Sr., ARIZ; Mariah Nogueira, So., STAN; Katrin Omarsdottir, So., CAL; Kendyl Pele, Sr., WASH; Rachel Quon, So., STAN; Morgan Redman, Sr., STAN; Claire Schloemer, Jr., USC; Kari Shane, Jr., ASU; Emily Shibata, Sr., CAL; Jill Shoquist, Sr., ASU; Alexandra Smith, So., ARIZ; Kelli Stewart, Jr., WASH; Katherine Suits, Jr., CAL; Lauren Thompson, So., ORE; Courtney Verloo, So., STAN; Karin Volpe, Sr., ASU; McKenna Waitley, Sr., WASH; Samantha Walker, So., 3.55, CAL; Mercedes Walters, Sr., ORE; Alex Webber, Jr., WASH; Miranda White, Jr., CAL.

Source: Oregon State University

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