CSU-Pueblo soccer players Trevor Martinet (Jr. - Pueblo, Colo.) and Erica Warmack (So. - Pueblo, Colo.) were chosen as their school's top male and female student athletes as part of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference's list of 'Honor Student Athletes.'
Martinet, who boasted a perfect 4.0 grade point average as a business major, was also one of the men's soccer team's leading scorers, netting two goals and an assist in 2007.
Warmack, who had a 3.98 grade point average in CSU-Pueblo's challenging nursing program, had a breakout season in 2007, scoring seven goals and 10 assists, the second highest single-season mark in school history, and breaking a school and conference record by netting four assists in a game during the 2007 season. Warmack was also named the RMAC Women's Soccer Academic Player of the Year in 2007.
Administrators from each of the 14 RMAC institutions chose a male and female athlete as their honoree for RMAC Honor Student-Athlete. To be eligible for the RMAC Honor-Student Athlete award, individuals must be an athlete in one of the conference sponsored championship sports; carry at least a 3.20 Grade Point Average (GPA); be either a starter or key reserve on their respective team; be of good character and must have participated at the active member institution for two or more seasons in at least one sport. True freshman and Junior College or Community College transfers are not eligible their first year at the RMAC institution.
To view the RMAC's release and view the conference's complete list of Honor Student-Athletes, click here.