MWC Announces Women's Soccer Academic Honorees

Feb. 10, 2000


The Mountain West Conference announcedthe Academic All-Mountain West Conference honorees for women's soccer yesterday. To beeligible for the selection, a student-athlete must have completed atleast one academic term, maintain a cumulative grade point average of3.0 or better and be a starter or significant contributor.

Sixty-four student-athletes qualified for the academic all-conferenceteam and the University of Utah garnered the most honorees with 14.Wyoming came in second with 11 and BYU and New Mexico each had 10.

Following is the list of Academic All-Conference selections for women'ssoccer.

Academic All-Mountain West Conference

University of Wyoming

Rachael Brink, Freshman, 3.667, UndeclaredMarci Crank, Freshman, 3.0, UndeclaredKatherine Groke, Freshman, 3.308, CommunicationsAnne Maddock, Junior, 3.50, Elementary EducationKelly McShane, Junior, 3.145, BusinessLaura Miceli, Sophomore, 3.636, UndeclaredJessica Piccone, Sophomore, 3.69, UndeclaredMeredith Russo, Freshman, 3.063, BroadcastingNanette Sommer, Senior, 3.379, Exercise PhysiologySarah Stephens, Freshman, 3.357, Elementary EducationAmanda Vandervort, Junior, 3.526, Journalism

Air Force Academy

Rosemary Costello, Junior, 3.25, Environmental EngineeringWendy Emminger, Freshman, 3.34, UndeclaredHolly Huston, Junior, 3.31, Mechanical EngineeringCarrie Wellman, Sophomore, 3.31, Political ScienceLindsay Winter, Senior, 3.18, Mechanical EngineeringRebecca Wyffels, Junior, 3.01, Behavioral Science


Amber Anderson, Sophomore, 3.67, Phys. Education TeachingAthelia Graham, Junior, 3.66, SpanishMaren Hendershot, Senior, 3.22, CommunicationsSarah Higham , Sophomore, 3.54, Elementary EducationNatalyn Lewis, Junior, 3.58, CommunicationsKimberlee Lowe, Junior, 3.31, Athletic TrainingStaci Reynolds BYU, Junior, 3.31, Athletic TrainingJennifer Waldron, Sophomore, 3.19, Phys. Education TeachingLeanne Weaver, Senior, 3.24, Phys. Education TeachingKaren Wunderli, Senior, 3.72, Public School Teaching

University of New Mexico

Jayme Dieringer, Junior, 3.52, MarketingShae Fiol, Junior, 3.64, SociologyJennifer Fitzpatrick, Senior, 3.71, BiologyHeidi Greco, Senior, 3.95, Psychology/CriminologyShelly Hammock, Sophomore, 3.54, NutritionMichelle Longmire, Freshman, 3.13, UndeclaredLana Melendres, Senior, 3.77, BiologyLinda Melendres, Freshman, 4.00, BiologyJamie Minkler, Sophomore, 3.84, AdvertisingMichelle Sauve, Junior, 3.25, Sign Language

San Diego State University

Elicia Petre, Junior, 3.53, PsychologyBethany Robinson, Freshman, 3.91, KinesiologyDanielle Small, Junior, 3.32, KinesiologyMichele Wagner, Freshman, 3.07, Psychology


Jessica Chavez, Sophomore, 3.11, UndeclaredLora Crammer, Sophomore, 3.30, ArtCristyn Enea, Freshman, 4.00, UndeclaredShannon Fredrickson, Sophomore, 3.35 AccountingCosette Joffs, Freshman, 3.17, UndeclaredRobyn Krivacic, Sophomore, 3.10, UndeclaredMarni Polakow, Sophomore, 3.51, KinesiologyJanae Sims, Sophomore, 3.32, KinesiologyStephanie Sutter, Sophomore, 3.04, Undeclared

University of Utah

Mondis Ariazand, Junior, 3.69, Human Development and Family StudiesDana Bolton, Senior, Utah, 3.01, Parks, Recreation and TourismTonya Dansereau, Senior, 3.87, Behavioral Science and HealthSandi Fouts, Freshman, 3.18, UndeclaredMaren Harper, Freshman, 4.00, UndeclaredCourtney Hills, Freshman, 3.83, UndeclaredBernie Hogan, Senior, 3.35, PsychologyCortney Johanson, Freshman, 3.35, UndeclaredAmy Kofoed, Sophomore, 3.24, BusinessMegan Maxwell, Freshman, 3.50, UndeclaredKim Naylor, Freshman, 3.47, UndeclaredJordan Sleight, Freshman, 3.83, UndeclaredKatie Tate, Freshman, 3.83, UndeclaredLesa Zollinger, Freshman, 3.59, Exercise and Sports Science