Aggies 21st in nation for grade point average.
Of its 44 academic all-WAC selections from its spring sports, Utah State had 18 student-athletes from women's outdoor track honored, along with 12 from men's outdoor track, five from women's tennis, four from both softball and men's tennis, and one from the men's golf team.
Aggies posted a 5-16 overall and 1-2 Western Athletic Conference record.
In all, approximately 51 percent of USU's student-athletes earned a 3.2 GPA to qualify for the awards.
Holliday, Jones and Landes Competing in the All-Around
2014 (JUNIOR) - Competed in the first six meets of the season on beam and floor... Averaged a 9.525 on beam and set her new career-high on beam at home against Denver with a 9.775... Set a season-high 9.700 on floor at home against BYU... Was a USU Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.
2013 (SOPHOMORE) - Redshirted during the season while recovering from ACL surgery.
2012 (FRESHMAN) - Competed as a vault specialist, logging a 9.500 to start the year at Utah (8th)... Averaged a 9.354 on the year, setting her career-high at 9.600 (21st) at the WAC Championships... Earned academic all-WAC honors and was a USU Joe E. and Elma Whitesides Scholar-Athlete Award recipient.
CLUB/HIGH SCHOOL: Competed at Deltchev Gymnastics under Stoyan Deltchev... Nevada State Champion in 2009... Named Gymnast of the Year for her club in 2010... Qualified for Level 9 Western Championship.
PERSONAL: Daughter of Richard and Sylvia Aufiero... Has one brother and one sister... Enjoys dancing, hanging out with friends, and going on walks... Came to Utah State because of coaches, team and great campus... Majoring in exercise science.