|Posted October 15, 2008|
Four ThunderWolves named to all-academic team
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Four CSU-Pueblo women's soccer players, led by unanimous choice, Rikki Warmack (Jr., Pueblo, Colo.), have been voted onto the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference team, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Warmack, a first-team selection to the squad, was joined by teammates and second-team selections, Sarah Deziel (So., Eau Claire, Wisc.), Sarah Deffit (So., Bremerton, Wash.), and Felicia Gilbreath (Jr., Colorado Springs, Colo.).
Warmack, selected as the 2007 RMAC Academic Player of the Year, was one of just three student-athletes in the conference to be unanimous first team selections. Warmack is a nursing major carrying a 3.99 GPA.
Deziel, an exercise science major, carries a 3.91 GPA., is one of the ThunderWolves' key midfielders, having posted two assists this season. Deffit, a forward and a biology major carrying a 4.0 GPA, has recorded one goal and two assists thus far this season. And Gilbreath, one of the ThunderWolves' key defenders, has helped the ThunderWolves post three shutouts this season while carrying a 3.6 GPA as a business major.
Also honored by the RMAC were Kiley Draper (So., River Falls, Wisc.), Kara Morton (So., Thornton, Colo.), and Aubrielle Williams (So., Scottsdale, Ariz.). The trio was named to the RMAC Academic Honor Roll.
With seven student-athletes being recognized on various tiers of academic all-conference recognition, the ThunderWolves boast the second most representatives on the team in the RMAC.
To view the RMAC's release, click here.