|Posted January 23, 2008|
Six ThunderWolves named to RMAC Academic Honor RollSix ThunderWolves named to RMAC Academic Honor Roll
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
has announced that six CSU-Pueblo women's basketball players have
been named to the RMAC Women's Basketball Academic Honor Roll.
The following ThunderWolf players were named to the RMAC Academic Honor Roll:
Kaylon Miller/Sr./Pueblo, Colo./3.35/Exercise Science
Jonnie Draper/Jr./Littleton, Colo./3.39/Business Marketing
Mary Rehfeld/Jr./Juneau, Alaska/3.27/Public Relations
Kami Dahlberg/So./Peyton, Colo./3.42/Physical Education
Ashleigh Ackerman/Sr./Trinidad, Colo./3.60/Exercise Science
Caitlyn Jewell/So./Pagosa Springs, Colo./3.61/Psychology
To qualify for the RMAC Academic Honor Roll, athletes must maintain at least a 3.2 grade point average and be a regular contributor to the team.
All RMAC players who qualify are voted upon by sports information directors at RMAC member institutions, with the top ten choices being named RMAC first-team and second-team all-academic selections.
As the top vote-getter, Nebraska-Kearney's Amy Mathis was named RMAC Academic Player of the Year.