LOGAN, Utah - The Mountain West Conference announced its spring all-academic teams on Wednesday and Utah State had 108 student-athletes recognized as part of a league-record 993 student-athletes honored.
Spring sports include baseball, men's and women's basketball, men's and women's golf, softball, women's swimming and diving, men's and women's tennis, and men's and women's indoor and outdoor track & field.
Of its 108 academic all-Mountain West selections from its spring sports, Utah State had 41 student-athletes from women's track honored, along with 26 from men's track, 12 from softball, eight from women's tennis, seven from women's basketball, six from men's golf, five from men's tennis and three from men's basketball.
Both the men's golf and women's tennis teams were represented in their entireties on the list.
Utah State's 108 academic honorees from its spring sports were the second-most in the league as New Mexico led the conference with 139 all-academic recipients, followed by the Aggies, then Fresno State with 105 and Colorado State with 102. Boise State was fifth with 96 all-academic honors from its spring sports, followed by Nevada (87), UNLV (79), San Diego State (72), Air Force (71), Wyoming (70) and San José State (64).
Utah State also had the most individuals honored in women's track & field (41) and men's track & field (26), tied for first with the most honorees in men's golf (6) and women's tennis (8), and tied for third in men's basketball (3) and softball (12).
Senior Jacqueline Winterton, a member of the cross country and track & field teams, recorded her eighth academic all-conference honor to lead the Aggies individually. She was followed by senior Nic Bowens, from the men's track & field team, with seven, junior Tori Parkinson, from the women's cross country and track & field teams, with six, and four others earning the recognition for the fifth time. Six other Aggies were recognized for the fourth time, while 18 earned the honor for the third time.
Of the 108 USU student-athletes to earn spring academic all-Mountain West honors, 59 are receiving the accolade for at least the second time.
To be eligible, a student-athlete must have completed one academic year, have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average and have participated in at least 50 percent of the team's contests.
During the 2015-16 academic year, Utah State had a total of 171 student-athletes earn academic all-Mountain West honors.
Spring Academic All-Mountain West Honorees
Men's Basketball (3)
Julion Pearre, So., Business Administration
Lew Evans, Sr., Business Administration
Grayson Moore, Gr., Master of Business Administration
Women's Basketball (7)
Rachel Brewster, Fr., Exercise Science
Deja Mason, Fr., Family, Consumer and Human Development
Katie Toole, Fr., Communication Studies
Funda Nakkasoglu, So., Undeclared
Baylee Peck, Fr., Pre-Physical Therapy
Tijana Djukic, Sr., Communication Studies
Julianne Anchling, Sr., Business Administration
Keifer Higham, Fr., Undeclared
Tanner Jenson, Jr., Finance
Seokwon Jeon, Sr., Sociology
Braxton Miller, So., Physical Education/Teaching
Eli Rogers, Jr., Pre-Physical Therapy
McCoy Willey, Jr., Interdisciplinary Studies
Mia Maher, Fr., Bioveterinary Science
Katie Schroeder, Fr., Exercise Science
Bailee Trapp, Fr., Undeclared
Brina Buttacavoli, So., Psychology
Kylie-Rose Dickson, Jr., Elementary Education
Sydney Hart, Jr., Health Education Promotions
Victoria Saucedo, Jr., Exercise Science
Amanda Sheets, Jr., Exercise Science
Sarah Chow, Sr., Family Studies
Noelle Johnson, Sr., Interdisciplinary Studies
Kirstyn Namba, Sr., Pre-Physical Therapy
Libby Pederson, Sr., Family, Consumer and Human Development
Women's Tennis (8)
Sabrina Demerath, So., Management Information Systems
Nini Guensler, Jr., Sociology
Jenna Kane, Fr., Undeclared
Meghan Lyall, So., Psychology
Maggie O'Meara, So., Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Sciences
Ekaterina Tugarinova, Jr., Economics
Lexi Turley, Jr., Exercise Science
Monika Van de Vondel, Fr., Exercise Science
Men's Tennis (5)
Daniel Echeverry, Jr., International Studies
Luis Lopez, Fr., Pre-Business
Andrew Nakajima, So., Marketing
Jack Swindells, Jr., Economics
Romai Ugarte, Fr., Pre-Business
Men's Track & Field (26)
Leaugen Fray, Fr., Pre-Business
Kody Gould, Fr., Exercise Science
Adam Hendrickson, Fr., Business Administration
Parker Landgren, Fr., Undeclared
Chase Thurgood, Fr., Marketing
James Withers, Fr., Biological Engineering
Jordan Beutler, So., Plant Science
Alan Borschel, So., Civil Engineering
Zach Cottrell, So., Mathematics and Statistics Composite Ed.
David Hirschmann, So., Mechanical Engineering
Clay Lambourne, So., Management Information Systems
Dillon Maggard, So., Conservation and Reservation Ecology
Brady Martin, So., Accounting
Tyler Roberts, So., Civil Engineering
Justin Sheets, So. Psychology
Bryson Stout, So., Earth Science Teaching
Spencer Fehlberg, Jr., Mechanical Engineering
Tanner Hunt, Jr., Biological Engineering
Benjamin Johnston, Jr., Interdisciplinary Studies
Elliot Willis-Orlando, Jr., Business Administration
Bradford Strobell, Jr., Pre-Physical Therapy
Landon Watts, Jr., Biology and Spanish
Devin Wright, Jr., Biology
Parker Bluth, Sr., Accounting
Nic Bowens, Sr., Civil Engineering
Cole Lambourne, Sr., Business Administration
Women's Track & Field (41)
Sara Hamberger, Fr., Elementary Education
Hannaly McGaughey, Fr., Economics
Madelyn Sirmon, Fr., Undeclared
Allison Scranton, Fr., Elmentary Education
Jennifer Christensen, Fr., Music
Shannon Maloney, Fr., Psychology
Alyssa Hirschi, Fr., Undeclared
Kelsey Jacobs, Fr., Mechanical Engineering
Emily Hubner, Fr., Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science
Kashley Carter, Fr., Pre-Physical Therapy
Olivia Moriconi, So., Pre-Physical Therapy
Breann Bate, So., Exercise Science
Paige Timothy, So., Exercise Science
Stephanie Crapse, So., Biochemistry
Candace Greenwood, So., Family Consumer Science Education
Megan Ryan, So., Pre-Physical Therapy
Caroline Weiler, So., Environmental Studies
Hannah Malone, So., Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science
Megan Perkins, So., Psychology
Jackie Heaps, So., Nutrition, Dietetics and Food Science
Kelsey Yamauchi, So., Management Information Systems
Tylee Newman, So., Special Education
Tavia Dutson, So., Biochemistry
Maggie Hallerud, So., Wildlife Science
Mia Estes, Jr., Exercise Science
Joanna Boyd, Jr., Mechanical Engineering
Bethani Talbot, Jr., Elementary Education
Tori Parkinson, Jr., Public Health
Katelyn Zabriskie, Jr., Art
Brittany Rawlins, Jr., Exercise Science
Anna Maki, Jr., Environmental Science
Jacqueline Winterton, Jr., Music
Mikkell Minnoch, Sr., Biology
Kaitlyn Wilcox, Sr., Interdisciplinary Studies
Angela Phillips, Sr., English-Technical Writing
Maci Bingham, Sr., Interdisciplinary Studies
Mariah Thompson, Gr., Master of Health Promotion
Jodi Williams, Gr., Master of Fitness Promotion
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