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Knights earn 59 Academic All-Conference awards

July 10, 2018 at 3:30 pm
MIAC Academic All-Conference
MIAC Academic All-Conference

BLOOMINGTON, Minn. –The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced its Winter/Spring 2018 Academic All-Conference honorees, with Carleton College student-athletes earning distinction 59 times. That figure is a 48 percent increase over the previous year.

With 94 total Academic All-Conference awards during the 2017-18 academic year, Carleton student-athletes posted their second-highest overall figure since the program adopted new academic and athletic standards prior to the 2005-06 season.

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CARLETON ACADEMIC ALL-CONFERENCE SELECTIONS

Academic  Year
Fall
Winter/ Spring
Annual Total
2005-06 29 24 53
2006-07 28 24 52
2007-08 33 21 54
2008-09 27 27 54
2009-10 29 27 56
2010-11 26 26 52
2011-12 32 38 70
2012-13 26 24 50
2013-14 29 34 63
2014-15 38 48 86
2015-16 35 60 95
2016-17 33 40 73
2017-18
35
59
94

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To qualify for recognition, student-athletes must be a sophomore, junior, or senior, with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.5 on a 4.0 scale. To earn the MIAC’s academic all-conference award, student-athletes must meet athletic requirements in addition to the academic standard

Athletically, student-athletes in baseball, men's and women's basketball, softball, and men's and women's tennis must compete in 50 percent of their team's regular-season varsity contests. In addition, baseball pitchers who made five appearances or completed 20 innings pitched were also eligible.

Golfers must compete in the MIAC Championships or complete a minimum of 12 competitive rounds in order to be eligible for the honor. The swimming and diving qualifications require a student-athlete to finish in the top 16 of an individual event or compete in a relay race at the MIAC championships to be eligible. Track and field qualifications require student-athletes to score in an individual event or compete on a relay team at the MIAC Championships.

A total of 20 honors went to Knight seniors (pictured), 19 to juniors, and 20 to sophomores. (Full list can be found below.)

MIAC Academic All-Conference honors are announced twice annually, after the completion of the fall and spring academic semesters. To visit the MIAC Academic All-Conference archives, click HERE.

Carleton College Academic All-Conference honorees for Winter/Spring 2018

Baseball (6)
Wilson Battle (So., Salt Lake City, Utah)
Logan Crowl (Sr., Chicago, Ill.)
Brendon Fischel (Jr., Eureka, Calif.)
Ben Frerichs (Sr., Alexandria, Va.)
Keenan Moore (So., Minneapolis, Minn.)
Owen Riley (So., New York, N.Y.)

Men's Basketball (3)
Kevin Grow (Sr., Circle Pines, Minn.)
Quinn Johnson (Jr., Roseville, Minn.)
Kent Hanson (So., St. Paul, Minn.)

Women's Basketball (5)
Anne Hamilton (Sr., Chanhassen, Minn.)
Caroline Hull (Jr., Studio City, Calif.)
Sarah Waldfogel (Sr., Minneapolis, Minn.)
Erica Ellefson (So., Hutchinson, Minn.)
Cece Leone (Jr., Fairfax, Va.)

Men's Golf (1)
Evan Anderson (Sr., Stillwater, Minn.)

Women's Golf (3)
Haley Grable (So., Watkinsville, Ga.)
Kelsey Sullivan (So., Simsbury, Conn.)
Ziyi Wang (Jr., Beijing City, China)

Men's Indoor Track and Field (5)
Jack Buckner (Sr., Seattle, Wash.)
Camden Sikes (Sr., Berkeley, Calif.)
Tris Dodge (Jr., Oakland, Calif.)
Cameron Meikle (So., Hamilton, Mont.)
Ben Schwartz (So., Mankato, Minn.)

Women's Indoor Track and Field (5)
Damali Britton (Sr., Phoenix, Ariz.)
Emily Kaegi (Sr., Williamstown, Mass.)
Tonya Piergies (Jr., Kenilworth, Ill.)
Meg Mathison (So., Waunakee, Wis.)
Helen Schuda (So., Seattle, Wash.)

Men's Outdoor Track and Field (4)
Jack Buckner (Sr., Seattle, Wash.)
Tris Dodge (Jr., Oakland, Calif.)
Camden Sikes (Sr., Berkeley, Calif.)
Ben Schwartz (So., Mankato, Minn.)

Women's Outdoor Track and Field (6)
Damali Britton (Sr., Phoenix, Ariz.)
Marietta Geist (So., Crookston, Minn.)
Emily Kaegi (Sr., Williamstown, Mass.)
Meg Mathison (So., Waunakee, Wis.)
Tonya Piergies (Jr., Kenilworth, Ill.)
Helen Schuda (So., Seattle Wash.)

Softball (6)
Katie Eppard (Sr., Pleasanton, Calif.)
Anna Lauko (Jr., Whitefish Bay, Wis.)
Mo McConnell (So., Merion Station, Pa.)
Sarah Ogle (Jr., San Diego, Calif.)
Maddie Sherwood (Jr., Tinley Park, Ill.)
Ari Zuaro (Sr., Scotch Plain, N.J.)

Men's Swimming and Diving (3)
Alex Battiste (Jr., Northfield, Minn.)
Ari Conati (So., Minneapolis, Minn.)
Nick Reeves (So., Kirkland, Wash.)

Women's Swimming and Diving (9)
Meredith Bergman (Jr., Bethesda, Md.)
Emily Culver (Sr., Iowa City, Iowa)
Eveline Dowling (Jr., Iowa City, Iowa)
Anna Gergely (Jr., Denver, Colo.)
Anisa Lester (Sr., Corte Madera, Calif.)
Morgan Mayer (So., Garret Park, Md.)
Ada Meyer (So., Seattle, Wash.)
Amy Roach (Sr., Bethesda, Md.)
Phoebe Smith (Jr., Dallas, Tex.)

Men's Tennis (2)
Aaron Goodman (Jr., Minneapolis, Minn.)
Andrew Qi (Jr., Auckland, New Zealand)

Women's Tennis (1)
Danielle Vasiliev (Sr., Lincolnshire, Ill.)