Women's Basketball

Academic All-MWC Honors Awarded For Women's Hoops




June 28, 2000

LARAMIE, Wyo. -

The Mountain West Conference has announced its Academic All-Mountain West Conference honors for the sport of women's basketball. To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have completed one academic term at the member institution, maintained a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better and be a starter or significant contributor.

Thirty-nine student athletes qualify for the academic all-conference team in the sport of women's basketball. Colorado State and Wyoming tied for the most honorees with eight each, New Mexico followed with six selections, BYU and Utah garnered five each, Air Force and UNLV each notched three selections and San Diego State had one honoree.

Following is the list of Academic All-Mountain West Conference selections for women's basketball, grouped alphabetically by school. (Name, Institution, Year, GPA, Major)

Air Force Academy
Kylene Grove, Junior, 3.38, Human Factors
Mollie Peters, Senior, 3.02, Management
Rozi Russ, Sophomore, 3.21, Civil Engineering

BYU Caroline Beus, Junior, 3.19, Recreation Management & Youth Leadership Alisha Griffeth, Senior, 3.72, Accounting Stacy Jensen, Sophomore, 3.03, Fitness & Wellness Management Lisa Osguthorpe, Sophomore, 3.39, French Teaching Cady Williams, Senior, 3.17, Psychology Teaching

Colorado State University Ashley Augspurger, Freshman, 4.00, Biological Sciences Elizabeth English, Freshman, 3.24, Business Angela Gorton, Sophomore, 3.24, Health & Exercise Science Heather Haanen, Junior, 3.4, Human Development & Family Studies Jacque Johnson, Senior, 3.18, Human Development & Family Studies Roxanne Manning, Senior, 3.77, Master's Degree in Sociology Lisa Narkiewicz, Freshman, 3.19, Computer Information Systems Shannon Strecker, Freshman, 3.95, Psychology

University of New Mexico Susan Bocock, Sophomore, 3.74, Biology (Pre-Med) Sonya Bryant, Senior, 3.22, Biology (Pre-Med) Nikki Heckroth, Junior, 3.53, Management Molly McKinnon, Sophomore, 3.54, Exercise Science Aiyana Nash, Senior, 3.31, Elementary Education Jennifer Williams, Junior, 3.27, Management

San Diego State University Mary Apiafi, Senior, 3.03, Kinesiology

UNLV Linda Fr?hlich, Junior, 3.56, Psychology Brooke Ingalls, Junior, 3.12, Communications Erin Johansson, Junior, 3.12, Criminal Justice

University of Utah Kristina Andersen, Junior, 3.60, Parks, Recreation & Tourism Lauren Beckman, Sophomore, 3.57, Spanish Amy Ewert, Junior, 3.49, Geography Lori Red, Junior, 3.33, Parks, Recreation & Tourism Lindsay Sodja, Junior, 3.07, Parks, Recreation & Tourism

University of Wyoming Darci Arsene, Freshman, 3.25, Undeclared Carrie Bacon, Sophomore, 3.81, Exercise and Sport Science Christy Bacon, Sophomore, 3.74, Exercise and Sport Science Shelby Hoffman, Junior, 3.42, Exercise and Sport Science Agnes Lindberg, Sophomore, 3.75, Undeclared Lisa McCann, Sophomore, 3.15, Undeclared Ann McColl, Freshman, 3.10, Physical Education Teaching Carly Stucky, Freshman, 3.00, Arts & Sciences Undeclared


 

 

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