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Twenty-Eight Spring Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Conference; Greenville Leads SLIAC with 67 All-Academic Selections

Twenty-Eight Spring Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Conference; Greenville Leads SLIAC with 67 All-Academic Selections

Twenty-Eight Spring Student-Athletes Earn Academic All-Conference; Greenville Leads SLIAC with 67 All-Academic Selections

ST. LOUIS - Twenty-eight of the 124 student-athletes named to the spring edition of the St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SLIAC) All-Academic Team were student-athletes at Greenville College.

A total of 308 student-athletes received SLIAC All-Academic honors this year, 36 of which earned multiple honors. Greenville College led all Conference schools with 67 total All-Academic honors, five of which were two-time recipients. Webster University was next with 50 All-Academic honorees, six of which were two-time recipients, and Principia College was right behind with 48 total and nine two-time recipients.

Spring Recipients are varsity members of the baseball, softball, men's tennis, women's tennis, men's track & field, or women's track & field squads for the Spring 2012 season. Other selection criteria include: (1) Minimum 3.5 cumulative grade point average, (2) At least sophomore academic standing and (3) Have at least one full year at current institution (first year transfers and true freshmen are not eligible).

Greenville's spring recipients included:
Name, Year, Sport, Hometown/High School, Major(s)
Kyle Boldt, SR, BB, Ashley, Ill./Woodlawn Community High School, Biology
Mitchell Cernek, SO, BB, Clinton, Wis./Clinton Senior High School, Physical Education
Tyler Mitchell, JR, BB, Zeigler, Ill./Zeigler-Royalton High School, Physical Education
Adam Wallace, SR, BB, Shipman, Ill./Southwestern High School, Business Management, Recreation
Rachel Brewer, SR, SB, Smithboro, Ill./Mulberry Grove High School, Early Childhood Education
Matteson Fairchild, JR, SB, Gridley, Ill./El Paso High School, Spanish Education 
Maria Rodriguez, JR, SB, Elkhart, Ind./Concord High School, Biology, Chemistry
Darci Sample, JR, SB, Sherman, Ill./Williamsville High School, History and Political Science, Social Work
Lindsey Schuberth, SR, SB, Blue Springs, Mo./Blue Springs High School, Biology, Communication
Jonathan Allen, SR, MT, Marion, Ill./Marion High School, Biology, Chemistry
Ryan Mulholland, SR, MT, Greenville, Ill./Bond County Cmty Unit #2 H Sch, History and Political Science, Recreation
Ian Wolf, SR, MT, Greenville, Ill./Bond County Cmty Unit #2 H Sch, History Education
Jamie Harling, SR, WT, Hillsboro, Ill./Hillsboro High School, Elementary Education, Spanish
Katherine Maurer, SR, WT, Greenville, Ill./Lindsay Thurber Composite H S, Elementary Education
Kimberly Minshall, SR, WT, Lakewood, Colo./Wheat Ridge Sr High School, Digital Media
Kristin Minshall, SR, WT, Lakewood, Colo./Wheat Ridge Sr High School, Digital Media
Ross Baker, JR, MTF, Fisher, Ill./Saint Joseph-Ogden High School, Mathematics Education
Anthony Buttram, SO, MTF, Vine Grove, Ky./Meade County High School, Computer and Information Systems
Josh Dees, JR, MTF, Saint Joseph, Ill./Saint Joseph-Ogden High School, Biology, Psychology
Jehosuah Kuusisto, SO, MTF, Show Low, Ariz./Show Low High School, Physical Education, Recreation
Matthew Pollek, SR, MTF, Menomonee Falls, Wis./Menomonee Falls High School, Business Management
Trevor Thompson, SR, MTF, Williamsville, Ill./Williamsville High School, Communication, History and Political Science
Nathaniel Young, SR, MTF, Groveland, Ill./Morton High School, Chemistry Education
Paige Dodson, SR, WTF, Vandalia, Ill./Vandalia Community High School, Psychology
Haley Fahnstrom, SR, WTF, Canton, Ill./Canton High School, Mathematics Education
Margaret McMurtrey, SO, WTF, Morton, Ill./Morton High School, Communication, English
Rose Nelson, SO, WTF, Edwards, Ill./Brimfield High School, Accounting
Carisa Wilson, JR, WTF, Shelbyville, Ill./Shelbyville High School, Biology

This story was published on June 12, 2012




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