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Kate Griewisch Earns Academic All-America Honors PDF Print
Written by LRU Sports Infomation   
Thursday, 23 June 2011 13:54

Lenoir-Rhyne University's Kate Griewisch has been named to the 2011 Capital One Academic All-America® Second Team for the Women's Track and Field and Cross Country College Division. The Academic All-American Teams are voted on by CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America).

Griewisch, a rising senior from Banner Elk, N.C., is the sixth student-athlete in Lenoir-Rhyne history to earn Academic All-America honors.  Griewisch is also the first L-R athlete to garner the accolades since Kathryn Phillips (volleyball) and Whitney Heavner (women's track and field and cross country) in 2006.
Griewisch became the first student-athlete in school history earn All-American honors in two different sports:  women's cross country (2009 and 2010) and outdoor track and field (2011).
At the 2011 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track and Field National Championships this past May in Turlock, Calif., Griewisch finished sixth out of 18 competitors in the women's 10,000-meter race with a school-record 34:21.
In women's cross country, Griewisch has won the past two Southeast Regional races (2009 and 2010) and finished first in the 2009 South Atlantic Conference Championship meet.  A three-time First-Team All-SAC honoree (2008-10) in women's cross country, Griewisch led the Bears to back-to-back league titles in 2008 and 2009.
Griewisch has also been named the USTFCCCA Division II Women's Athlete of the Year for the Southeast Region in women's cross country (2009 and 2010) and indoor and outdoor track and field (2011).
An outstanding student as well, Griewisch carries a 3.81 grade point average while majoring in biology and is the two-time reigning South Atlantic Conference Women's Cross Country Scholar-Athlete Of The Year. 
Griewisch also won the 2010-11 President's Award last week.  The SAC Presidents Award is the most prestigious honor the conference awards to its student-athletes.  The award exemplifies the finest combined qualities of excellence in athletics, academics and community leadership.
To be eligible for Academic All-America® consideration, a student-athlete must be a varsity starter or key reserve, maintain a cumulative G.P.A. of 3.30 on a scale of 4.00, have reached sophomore athletic and academic standings at his/her current institution and be nominated by his/her sports information director.
Since the program’s inception in 1952, CoSIDA has bestowed Academic All-America honors on more than 14,000 student-athletes in Divisions I, II, III and NAIA, covering all NCAA championship sports.

 

2011 Capital One Academic All-America®

 

College Division Women’s Track & Cross Country Team
(as selected by CoSIDA)

 

FIRST TEAM

 

Morgan Achterhoff, Taylor, Sr., Orange City, Iowa, 4.00, Biology (Pre-Med)
Erin Beattie, Seton Hill, Sr., Latrobe, Pa., 4.00, Math / Actuary Science
Whitney Bishoff, Anderson (S.C.), Jr., Winder, Ga., 4.00, Education
Kristi Buerkle, Bemidji State, Sr., Stacy, Minn., 3.86, Elementary Education
Simone Childs-Walker, Carleton, Jr., Seattle, Wash., 3.99, Philosophy
Shannon Gagne, New Haven, Gr., Meriden, Conn., 3.93, Criminal Justice
Jen Harpp, Slippery Rock, Gr., Highland Heights, Ohio, 3.94, Doctor of Phys. Therapy
Joanna Johnson, Oberlin, Sr., Chico, Calif., 3.68, Biology / French
Monica Kinney, Grand Valley State, Sr., Walker, Mich., 3.75, Biomedical Science
Kristen McGlynn, Adams State, Sr., Bailey, Colo., 4.00, English / Creative Writing
Katie Navarre, Denison, Sr., Upper Arlington, Ohio, 3.95, English
Liz Phillips, Washington, Jr., Homer Glen, Ill., 4.00, Biomedical Engineering
Christina Rhodes, Bridgewater, Sr., Dayton, Va., 4.00, Liberal Studies
Darcie Schmitz, Fort Hays State, Sr., Baileyville, Kan., 3.84, Art (Graphic Design)
Jill Ziskovsky, Central (Iowa), Sr., Dallas Center, Iowa, 3.94, Communication Studies & Spanish

 

SECOND TEAM

 

Siu Nga Ching, Lindenwood, Jr., Kwai Chungi, Hong Kong, 3.86, Exercise Science
Robin England, Rutgers-Camden, Sr., Haddon Township, N.J., 3.98, Economics
Elizabeth Evans, Rose-Hulman, So., Bicknell, Ind., 3.51, Mathematics / Elec. Eng.
Yaneve Fonge, Rochester, Sr., Cheshire, Conn., 3.65, Microbiology / Immunology
Kate Griewisch, Lenoir-Rhyne, Jr., Banner Elk, N.C., 3.81, Biology
Portia Jones, Massachusetts Inst. Tech., Jr., Queens, N.Y., 3.52, El. Engineering / Com. Sci.
Holly Ozanich, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Sr. Green Bay, Wis., 3.61, Biology
Anja Puc, Nebraska-Omaha, Sr., Medvode, Slovenia, 3.71, International Studies
Emily Schudrowit, St. Norbert, Jr., Wauwatosa, Wis., 3.91, Inter. Business,  Spanish
Neely Spence, Shippensburg, Jr., Shippensburg, Pa., 3.86, Human Comm.  Studies
Kelsey Timm, St. Norbert, Jr., Oconomowoc, Wis., 4.00, Psychology
Sue Trzebiatowski, Wisconsin-Oshkosh, Sr., Rosholt, Wis., 3.88, Biology
Christina Valerio, Johns Hopkins, Sr., West Milford, N.J., 3.66, Molecular & Cell. Biology
Heather Waterman, Franklin, Sr., Shelbyville, Ind., 3.97, Biology & Chemistry (Pre-Vet.)
Kristyn Zeiler, Methodist, Sr., Lutherville, Md., 4.00, Biology

 

THIRD TEAM

 

Funmi Adebayo, Worcester Polytechnic, Sr., Medfield, Mass., 3.90, Biomedical Engineering
Hazel Briner, Massachusetts Inst. Tech., Sr., Arlington, Mass., 3.60, Bio. & Mech. Engineering
Emma Dewart, Ithaca College, Jr., Barker, N.Y. 3.48, Health & Physical Educ.
Jaela Dinsmore, Willamette, Jr., Hines, Ore., 3.99, Latin Am. Studies / Spanish
Keelie Finnel, Coe, Jr., Francis Creek, Wis., 3.50, Education
Karin Fisher, Massachusetts Inst. Tech., Sr., Belvedere, Calif., 3.52, El. Science / Engin. Physics
Bridget Hines, Minnesota Duluth, Sr., Maple Grove, Minn., 3.96, Exercise & Psychology
Mary Mahoney, Mount Union, So., Ashtabula, Ohio, 3.95, Environmental Science
Rose Mascoli, East Stroudsburg, So., Lebanon, Pa., 4.00, Exercise science
Angie Miller, George Fox, Sr., Alsea, Ore., 3.98, Nursing
Natasha Miller, Biola, Sr., Abbotsford, B.C., 3.67, Business
Erin Plews-Ogan, Wooster, So., Charlottesville, Va., 4.00, Anthropology
Cathryn Rittenberry, Angelo State, Jr., Carthage, Texas, 4.00, Integrated Accounting
Kelsey Taylor, Connecticut College, Sr., East Hampton, Conn., 3.98, Biochem. (Cell.& Mol. Bio.)
Kathryn Williams, Whitworth, Sr., Colorado Springs, Col., 3.99, Peace Studies / Spanish

 

 

Capital One Academic All-American of the Year:  Shannon Gagne, New Haven

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