Annie LeHardy
Annie LeHardy
View larger
LeHardy & Women's XC Named All-Academics
Release: 02/14/2014

NEW ORLEANS - The USTFCCCA announced the 2013 Division I All-Academic Cross Country women's honorees on Monday, listing North Carolina's Annie LeHardy among those recognized.

"From the beginning, we've said our academic goals are just as important as our athletic goals and these awards are indicative that our athletes feel the same," North Carolina head coach Mark VanAlstyne said. "Annie LeHardy and the entire women's cross country team have worked tremendously hard toward our ultimate goal of being the best in the NCAA, academically and athletically, so I know they won't stop here."

A total of 129 student-athletes represent 78 institutions and 21 conferences. National champion Providence and Colorado were the best represented programs with five individuals apiece, followed by eight different schools with four honorees each. Those eight schools are Butler, Virginia, Georgetown, Arkansas, Minnesota, Penn State, Florida State and Dartmouth.

The ACC led the way with 18 total honorees, followed by the Big East with 16 and the Pac-12 and SEC with 15 each.

Of the 45 All-Americans, 29 earned All-Academic honors; as did 15 of the top 25 finishers. Sixteen student-athletes reported 4.0 cumulative GPAs.

Honorees must have compiled a cumulative GPA or 3.25 or greater and must have finished as an All-American or among the 15 finishers (or 10 percent) in their regional meet in 2013.

In addition to All-Academic honorees, the USTFCCCA also announce those women's teams who earned 2013 Division I All-Academic Cross Country status. The Carolina women's cross country team was among the honored teams.

The Scholar Teams of the Year were among 217 women's teams that earned All-Academic Team honors for the 2013 season. Programs must have compiled a cumulative GPA or 3.00 or greater to qualify for the award.

USTFCCCA 2013 Division I Women's Cross Country All-Academic Honorees

Full Name

Institution

GPA

Athlete's Major

Meropi Panagiotou

Alabama

3.86

Fashion Design

Katelyn Greenleaf

Alabama

3.83

Nutrition

Silvia Del Fava

Albany

3.98

Urban Studies and Planning

Brittney Lane

Albany

3.32

Sociology, English minor

Elvin Kibet

Arizona

3.82

Public Health

Maria Larsson

Arizona

4.00

Psychology

Kayla Beattie

Arizona

3.41

Psychology

Shelby Houlihan

Arizona State

3.47

Computer Science

Shannon Klenke

Arkansas

4.00

International Economics

Paige Johnston

Arkansas

3.93

Social Work

Grace Heymsfield

Arkansas

3.79

Dietetics

Diane Robison

Arkansas

3.51

Dietetics

Kristina Aubert

Arkansas State

3.67

Nursing

Rachel Johnson

Baylor

3.47

Exercise Physiology

Liv Westphal

Boston College

3.38

Communications

Sarah McMahon

Bradley

4.00

English

Kristen Busch

Bradley

3.39

Health Sciences

Heidi Caldwell

Brown

3.59

Environmental Studies

Mara Olson

Butler

4.00

Biology

Katie Clark

Butler

4.00

Counseling (Master's Degree)

Olivia Pratt

Butler

3.68

Political Science

Lauren Wood

Butler

4.00

Business

Andrea Harrison

BYU

3.45

Teaching social Science

Laura Hollander

Cal Poly

3.51

Kinesiology

Brooke Cassar

Central Arkansas

4.00

Physical Therapy

Teghan Henderson

Chattanooga

3.87

Accounting 

Melanie Nun

Colorado

3.94

Mathematics and Economics

Abby Levene

Colorado

3.77

Master's in environmental journalism

Erin Clark

Colorado

3.56

Integrative Physiology

Liz Tremblay

Colorado

3.48

Ecology and Evolutionary Biology/Integrative Physiology

Jenny DeSouchet

Colorado

3.35

English Literature

Waverly Neer

Columbia

3.35

Anthropolgy

Rachel Sorna

Cornell

3.36

Biological Engineering

Emily Shearer

Cornell

4.00

Biology

Abbey D'Agostino

Dartmouth

3.70

Psychology 

Dana Giordano

Dartmouth

3.39

Undecided

Sarah B. DeLozier

Dartmouth

3.54

English

Elizabeth Markowitz

Dartmouth

3.58

Undecided

Lindsay Prettyman

Delaware

3.89

Exercise Science

Juliet Bottorff

Duke

3.46

Evolutionary Anthropology

Victoria Voronko

Eastern Michigan

3.77

Physical Education

Agata Strausa

Florida

3.86

Art History

Colleen Quigley

Florida State

3.95

 

Linden Hall

Florida State

3.73

 

Hannah Walker

Florida State

4.00

 

Pippa Woolven

Florida State

3.94

 

Allie Buchalski

Furman

3.68

undeclared

Samantha Nadel

Georgetown

3.27

Psychology

Katrina Coogan

Georgetown

3.70

Human Sciences

Rachel Schneider

Georgetown

4.00

Professional Studies - Sports Industry Management

Kelsey Smith

Georgetown

3.63

Nursing

Carly Hamilton

Georgia

3.29

Marketing

Viviana Hanley

Harvard

3.95

Sociology

Hannah Kiser

Idaho

3.94

Biochemistry

Alyssa Schneider

Illinois

3.79

Mathematics

Samantha Ginther

Indiana

3.78

Professional Health Education 

Maya Rehberg

Iona

3.39

Undeclared

Bethanie Brown

Iowa State

4.00

Communications Studies

Katy Moen

Iowa State

3.55

Early Childhood and Special Education

Samantha Bluske

Iowa State

3.35

Diet and Exercise

Hannah Richardson

Kansas

3.57

Exercise Science

Cally Macumber

Kentucky

3.48

Integrated Strategic Communications

Leigh Lattimore

Lamar

3.33

Exercise Science

Sheree Shea

Loyola Marymount

3.30

Education

Erin Finn

Michigan

3.90

Engineering

Brook Handler

Michigan

3.51

Chemical Engineering 

Rachele Schulist

Michigan State

3.48

Kinesiology

Laura Docherty

Minnesota

3.58

Three Area Option (Marketing, Retail Merchandising, Sustainability)

Maggie Bollig

Minnesota

3.61

Human Resource Development and Psychology

Molly Kayfes

Minnesota

3.47

Business and Marketing Education

Becca Dyson

Minnesota

3.96

Journalism - Professional Strategic Communications Emphasis

Rhianwedd Price

Mississippi State

3.25

Animal and Dairy Science

Kaitlyn Fischer

Missouri

3.95

Undecided

Joanna Thompson

NC State

3.31

Zoology

Emily Pritt

NC State

3.43

Graduate Student- Communication

Annie LeHardy

North Carolina

3.26

Journalism and Mass Communication

Kelly Curran

Notre Dame

3.76

Science-Business

Alexa Aragon

Notre Dame

3.25

Pre-professional Studies

Juli Accurso

Ohio

3.90

French

Katie Borchers

Ohio State

3.59

Exercise Science

Hilary Krein

Oklahoma

3.77

Accounting

Monika Juodeskaite

Oklahoma State

3.41

Sports Media

Annie LeBlanc

Oregon

3.94

Undeclared

Molly Grabill

Oregon

3.47

Sociology

Emily Giannotti

Penn State

4.00

Master's Student in Counselor Education

Leigha Anderson

Penn State

3.80

Labor Studies and Employment Relations

Marta Klebe

Penn State

3.43

Business

Kathleen Roden

Penn State

4.00

Kinesiology

Emily de La Bruyere

Princeton

3.80

 

Emily Sisson

Providence

3.47

Business Management

Laura Nagel

Providence

3.54

Business Marketing

Sarah Collins

Providence

3.59

Biology

Grace Thek

Providence

3.77

Biology

Catarina Rocha

Providence

3.33

Undeclared

Cali Roper

Rice

3.76

undelcared

Marisa Ruskan

Richmond

3.60

Business

Bridget Dahlberg

San Francisco

3.87

Public Health

Kate Jamboretz

San Francisco

3.51

Biology

Tova Euren Magnusson

SMU

3.68

Business

Meeridith Mill

South Carolina

4.00

Political Science

Kristen Levi

Southern Illinois

3.84

Exercise Science

Aisling Cuffe

Stanford

3.42

Biology

Jessica Tonn

Stanford

3.45

Communication

Olivia Burne

Stony Brook

3.84

Journalism

Margo Malone

Syracuse

3.82

Biology

Meredith Speakman

Syracuse

3.61

Marketing/Management

Chelsea Blaase

Tennessee

3.63

Kinesiology

Marielle Hall

Texas

3.29

Government

Megan Siebert

Texas

3.93

Health Promotion

Hillary Montgomery

Texas A&M

3.29

Education

Elinor Kirk

UAB

4.00

Master's of Communication Management

Alycia Cridebring

UC Davis

3.33

Environmental Science & Management

Anne-Marie Blaney

UCF

3.30

Health Sciences ( Pre-Clinical)

Courtney Frerichs

UMKC

3.95

Chemistry

Rebekah Winterton

Utah

3.71

Business

Elizabeth Anderson

Vanderbilt

3.48

Philosophy, Communication Studies

Sydney Harris

Villanova

3.99

Business

Stephanie Schappert

Villanova

3.80

Business

Barbara Strehler

Virginia

3.72

Masters - English Education

Kathleen Stevens

Virginia

3.78

Kinesiology

Cleo Boyd

Virginia

3.46

undeclared

Sarah Fakler

Virginia

3.44

Engineering

Courtney Dobbs

Virginia Tech

3.89

Accounting and Information Systems

Ruby Roberts

Washington State

3.97

Fine Arts

Kelly Williams

West Virginia

4.00

Journalism

Emily Stites

William and Mary

3.67

Marketing

Meghan McGovern

William and Mary

3.82

Undeclared

Michelle Britto

William and Mary

3.84

History

Clare Fischer

Xavier

3.50

Business

2013 Division I Cross Country All-Academic Teams

Institution

Team GPA

Air Force

3.15

Alabama

3.74

Albany

3.42

Appalachian State

3.21

Arizona

3.25

Arizona State

3.29

Arkansas

3.40

Arkansas State

3.44

Army

3.26

Auburn

3.65

Austin Peay

3.39

Baylor

3.48

Belmont

3.38

Binghamton

3.26

Boise State

3.58

Boston College

3.36

Bowling Green

3.37

Bradley

3.48

Brown

3.49

Bucknell

3.33

Buffalo

3.49

Butler

3.59

BYU

3.05

Cal Poly

3.08

Central Arkansas

3.52

Central Michigan

3.45

Charlotte

3.44

Chattanooga

3.64

Cleveland State

3.34

Coastal Carolina

3.28

College Of Charleston

3.15

Colorado

3.41

Colorado State

3.45

Columbia

3.32

Connecticut

3.33

Cornell

3.44

Dartmouth

3.53

Davidson

3.23

Dayton

3.62

Delaware

3.39

DePaul

3.54

Detroit

3.43

Drake

3.66

Duke

3.46

East Carolina

3.28

Eastern Illinois

3.47

Eastern Kentucky

3.44

Eastern Michigan

3.75

Eastern Washington

3.32

ETSU

3.31

Evansville

3.53

Fairfield

3.08

Fairleigh Dickinson

3.74

Florida

3.42

Florida State

3.37

Fordham

3.38

Fresno State

3.32

Furman

3.38

George Mason

3.48

Georgetown

3.17

Georgia

3.24

Georgia State

3.65

Georgia Tech

3.36

Gonzaga

3.41

Green Bay

3.57

Hartford

3.39

Harvard

3.58

High Point

3.28

Houston Baptist

3.44

Idaho

3.62

Idaho State

3.62

Illinois

3.48

Illinois Chicago

3.21

Illinois State

3.47

Indiana

3.63

Indiana State

3.46

Iona

3.34

Iowa

3.32

Iowa State

3.35

IPFW

3.62

IUPUI

3.49

Jacksonville State

3.55

James Madison

3.51

Kansas

3.30

Kansas State

3.33

Kent State

3.56

Kentucky

3.43

La Salle

3.24

Lafayette

3.30

Lamar

3.62

Lehigh

3.42

Liberty

3.34

Lipscomb

3.54

Long Beach State

3.01

Louisiana-Lafayette

3.22

Louisville

3.27

Loyola (Md.)

3.46

Loyola Marymount

3.36

Loyola-Chicago

3.41

LSU

3.40

Marist

3.51

Marquette

3.56

Marshall

3.49

Maryland

3.44

Memphis

3.69

Mercer

3.59

Miami (Ohio)

3.67

Michigan

3.28

Michigan State

3.36

Middle Tennessee

3.66

Milwaukee

3.42

Minnesota

3.50

Mississippi

3.38

Mississippi State

3.64

Missouri

3.61

Monmouth

3.42

Montana

3.69

Morehead State

3.34

NC State

3.27

Nebraska

3.37

Nevada

3.52

New Mexico State

3.29

NJIT

3.24

North Carolina

3.37

North Dakota

3.46

North Dakota State

3.43

North Texas

3.14

Northeastern

3.05

Northern Arizona

3.34

Northern Illinois

3.61

Notre Dame

3.46

Oakland

3.41

Ohio

3.53

Ohio State

3.52

Oklahoma State

3.50

Oregon

3.35

Oregon State

3.59

Penn

3.09

Penn State

3.44

Pittsburgh

3.30

Portland

3.64

Presbyterian

3.60

Princeton

3.35

Providence

3.38

Purdue

3.55

Rice

3.67

Richmond

3.17

Rider

3.52

Rutgers

3.22

Sacramento State

3.20

Sacred Heart

3.37

Saint Francis (Pa.)

3.58

Saint Joseph's

3.22

Saint Louis

3.49

San Francisco

3.61

Santa Clara

3.57

Seattle

3.60

Siena

3.45

SIUE

3.55

SMU

3.32

South Alabama

3.76

South Carolina

3.70

South Dakota

3.64

South Dakota State

3.27

Southeast Missouri

3.74

Southern Illinois

3.63

Southern Miss

3.79

St. John's (N.Y.)

3.29

Stanford

3.39

Stephen F. Austin

3.45

Stony Brook

3.31

Syracuse

3.19

Temple

3.29

Texas

3.30

Texas A&M

3.14

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi

3.19

Toledo

3.46

Towson

3.50

Tulane

3.35

Tulsa

3.23

UAB

3.37

UC Davis

3.06

UC Irvine

3.39

UCF

3.11

UCLA

3.09

UMass

3.45

UMKC

3.47

UNC Asheville

3.58

UNC-Wilmington

3.48

USC Upstate

3.48

USF

3.09

UT Arlington

3.39

Utah

3.44

Utah State

3.38

Utah Valley

3.22

UTSA

3.23

Vanderbilt

3.43

Vermont

3.58

Villanova

3.36

Virginia

3.03

Virginia Tech

3.26

Wake Forest

3.24

Washington

3.16

Washington State

3.48

Weber State

3.58

West Virginia

3.52

Western Illinois

3.47

Western Kentucky

3.76

Wichita State

3.46

William and Mary

3.20

Winthrop

3.59

Wisconsin

3.28

Wright State

3.36

Wyoming

3.74

Xavier

3.46

Yale

3.58

Youngstown State

3.59



UNC North Carolina Cross Country


CROSS COUNTRY LINKS
advertisement
Newsletter Sign-Up