CORVALLIS, Ore. –
A total of 16 Oregon State track & field student/athletes were named to the 2017 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation's all-academic team for indoor track, MPSF executive director Al Beaird announced Friday.
To be eligible for selection, a student/athlete must have a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average; be at least a sophomore academically; have completed at least one full academic year at their present school, and have competed in at least one-half of their school's games or events during the season.
OSU's all-academic selections were:
- Graduate students Morgan Anderson (3.85, kinesiology, Scotts Mills, Ore.), Rachel Proteau (4.0, pharmacy, Albany, Ore.) and Madelayne Varela (3.40, interdisciplinary studies, Kent, Wash.).
- Seniors Kara Hallock (3.68, public health, Lebanon, Ore.), Helen Ann Haun (3.23, bioengineering, Healdsburg, Calif.) and Ally Jackson (3.95, apparel design, Palmdale, Calif.).
- Juniors Kerissa D'Arpino (3.22, human development and family science, Grants Pass, Ore.), Venessa D'Arpino (3.14, sociology, Grants Pass, Ore.), Amy Hilger (3.30, agricultural science, Banks, Ore.), Samantha Lewis (3.91, exercise and sports science, Boulder, Colo.), Gwyneth McMorris (3.85, speech communication, Corvallis, Ore.), Kim Solberg (3.25, engineering, Roseburg, Ore.) and Jasmin McKenzie (3.39, sociology, Portland, Ore.).
- Sophomores Gillette Field (3.96, kinesiology, Granite Bay, Calif.), Juliana Mount (3.85, pre-communication, San Jose, Calif.) and Lexi Reed (4.0, kinesiology, Little, Colo.).
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