June 2, 2010
EVANSTON, Ill. -- Northwestern student-athletes earned 65 Academic All-Big Ten honors in six spring sports and two at-large sports, the Big Ten Conference office announced today (June 2). Coupled with 83 accolades won in the fall and 37 more in the winter, a school-record 185 Wildcats were named Academic All-Big Ten during the 2009-10 academic year, topping the mark of 184 set in 2008-09.
Northwestern-sponsored sports honored by the Big Ten and recognized during the spring season are: baseball, men's golf, women's golf, softball, men's tennis and women's tennis. In addition, the Wildcats' women's fencing (which competes in the Midwest Conference) and women's lacrosse (which competes in the American Lacrosse Conference) squads also were honored.
To earn Academic All-Big Ten recognition, an athlete must be in his/her second year at the institution, letter in his/her sport and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or better.
Following are Northwestern's 2009-10 spring season Academic All-Big Ten award winners:
Francis Brooke, So. Political Science Washington, D.C.
Matt Gailey, Jr. Economics Inverness, Ill.
Eric Jokisch, Jr. Psychology Virginia, Ill.
Chad Noble, Sr. Economics Rockwall, Texas
Geoff Rowan, So. Political Science Naperville, Ill.
Steve Sanders, Sr. Economics Los Angeles, Calif.
Alex Seyferth, Gr. Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) Ann Arbor, Mich.
Quentin Williams, So. Political Science Pittsburgh, Pa.
Hamilton Wise, So. Undeclared Dallas, Texas
Men's Golf (6)
Jonathan Bowers, Sr. Communication Studies and History (double major) Columbus, Ohio
Sam Chien, So. Undeclared San Diego, Calif.
Matt Denison, Sr. Economics Northbrook, Ill.
Josh Dupont, Jr. Economics Poway, Calif.
David Lipsky, Sr. Political Science La Canada, Calif.
Ravi Patel, Jr. Economics Naperville, Ill.
Men's Tennis (5)
Joshua Graves, So. Undeclared Milwaukee, Wis.
Andrew McCarthy, Jr. Communication Studies Cincinnati, Ohio
Tobias Reitz, So. Undeclared Reinbeck, Germany
Alex Sanborn, Sr. Economics Houston, Texas
Eric Spector, So. Economics Northbrook, Ill.
Kelly Dyer, Sr. Communication Studies Homer Glen, Ill.
Aly Euler, Sr. Communication Studies River Forest, Ill.
Emily Haug, Sr. Civil Engineering Jefferson City, Mo.
Megan Lilley, So. Economics North Canton, Ohio
Nicole Pauly, Sr. Human Development and Psychological Services Palatine, Ill.
Kelly Quinn, Jr. Materials Science and Engineering (double major) Northbrook, Ill.
Robin Thompson, Jr. Human Development and Psychological Services Detroit, Mich.
Women's Fencing (17)
Alexandra Arkin, Jr. Journalism Elm Grove, Wis.
Meredith Baskies, Sr. Communication Studies Lynnfield, Mass.
Kerry Bickford, So. Undeclared Basking Ridge, N.J.
Irisa Chen, Jr. Political Science and Legal Studies (double major) Warren N.J.
Annelise Eeman, So. History St. Louis Park, Minn.
Christa French, Sr. Communication Studies Southlake, Texas
Kayley French, Sr. Human Development and Psychological Services Southlake, Texas
Rebecca Grohman, So. Human Development and Psychological Services South Orange, N.J.
Sarah Henning, Sr. History and International Studies (double major) New Berlin, Wis.
Allie Keller, Sr. English St. Concord, Mass.
Cristina Mazuski, Jr. Biological Sciences St. Louis, Mo.
Courtney Park, Jr. Economics and Mathematical Methods for the Social Sciences (MMSS) (double major) Winnetka, Ill.
Devynn Patterson, So. Learning and Organizational Change Seattle, Wash.
Lisa Sachs, Jr. History Greenwich, Conn.
Ariel Stein, So. Undeclared New York, N.Y.
Nicole Tilley, Jr. Communication Technology and Industry and Spanish (double major) Chandler, Ariz.
Whitney White, Sr. Secondary Teaching Wyckoff, N.J.
Women's Golf (5)
Kylie Fuller, So. Psychology Temecula, Calif.
Alexandra Lederhausen, So. Undeclared Hinsdale, Ill.
Rebecca Lederhausen, Jr. Political Science Hinsdale, Ill.
Kelsey Lindenschmidt, Jr. Chemical Engineering West Chester, Ohio
Innapha Tantanavivat, Jr. Communication Studies Bangkok, Thailand
Women's Lacrosse (12)
Kirstyn Atkinson, Jr. Learning and Organizational Change Baltimore, Md.
Maggie Bremer, Sr. Radio, Television and Film (RTVF) Upper Arlington, Ohio
Alexandra Frank, So. Radio, Television and Film (RTVF) Westwood, Mass.
Colleen Magarity, Jr. Human Development and Psychological Services Oreland, Pa.
Brooke Matthews, Jr. Communication Studies Baltimore, Md.
Kim Pantages, Sr. Communication Studies North Caldwell, N.J.
Jessica Russo, So. Learning and Organizational Change Port Jefferson, N.Y.
Kendall Santulli, Jr. Sociology Hinsdale, Ill.
Shannon Smith, So. Economics West Babylon, N.Y.
Danielle Spencer, Sr. Social Policy Rochester, N.Y.
Darby St. Clair-Barrie, Jr. Communication Studies Scituate, Mass.
Lacey Vigmostad, So. Human Development and Psychological Services Northport, N.Y.
Women's Tennis (4)
Stacey Lee, So. Learning and Organizational Change Old Westbury, N.Y.
Lauren Lui, Sr. Learning and Organizational Change Houston, Texas
Maria Mosolova, Jr. Economics Moscow, Russia
Samantha Murray, Sr. Economics Altrincham, England
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