Release  Craig Hammel ·

INDIANAPOLIS -- Honoring student-athletes for their success both in competition and in the classroom, the Horizon League announced its 2013 Fall Academic All-League Teams on Monday.

A total of 53 student-athletes from five fall sports were honored in balloting by the League’s faculty athletics representatives and sports information directors.

Milwaukee led the League with 10 selections, followed by Valparaiso with eight, UIC with seven and Green Bay with six. Detroit, Oakland and Youngstown State each had five selections while Wright State had four and Cleveland State had three.

The Horizon League recognizes student-athletes with seasonal Academic All-League Teams in each of its 19 championship sports. To be eligible for Academic All-Horizon League consideration, a student-athlete must have a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.20 or higher (based on a 4.00 scale) and have completed at least one year at the member institution, having earned 24 semester-hour or 36 quarter-hour credits.

Horizon League Academic All-Horizon League Teams – Fall 2013

Men’s Soccer (11)
Slobodan Aleksov, UIC  (Sr., 3.30, Communications)
Adam Bedell, Detroit (Sr., 3.34, Biology)
Laurie Bell, Milwaukee (Jr., 3.72, English & Journalism)
Luke Goodnetter, Milwaukee (Jr., 3.49, Marketing)
Sam Krenzien, Green Bay (Sr., 3.54, Business Administration)
Nick Kristock, Oakland (Sr., 3.73, Business Administration)
Tom Serratore, Valparaiso (Sr., 3.75, Physical Education; Secondary Education)
Admir Suljevic, Cleveland State (Sr., 3.44, Liberal Studies)
Joey Tinnion, Oakland (Jr., 3.64, History with Secondary Education)
Todd Vervynckt, Valparaiso (Sr., 3.99, Mechanical Engineering)
Thomas Villamil, UIC (So., 3.30, Elementary Education)

Women’s Soccer (13) *Ties are not broken
Rita Craven, Valparaiso (So., 3.95, Biology)
Frederike Dubeau, Cleveland State (Sr., 3.80, Physical Therapy)
Martha Dunbar, Detroit (So., 3.97, Mechanical Engineering)
Emilie Fillion, Wright State (Gr., 4.00, Psychology)
Kelsey Holbert, Milwaukee (Jr., 4.00, Chemistry)
Amy Kauffung, Milwaukee (Jr., 3.74, Kinesiology)
Kyla Kellermann, Oakland (Jr., 3.63, Psychology)
Kelly Lewers, Milwaukee (Jr., 3.83, Business)
Allison Ludwig, Youngstown State (Sr., 3.79, Middle Childhood Education)
Kristen Manski, Valparaiso (Sr., 3.75, Psychology)
Brooke McCurdy, Wright State (Sr., 3.47, Computer Engineering)
Katy Pilarzyk, Green Bay (Jr., 3.84, Human Biology & Psychology)
Serena San Cartier, Oakland (Sr., 3.83, Health Sciences)
Women’s Cross Country (7)
Louisa Coppola, Detroit (Sr., 3.84, English Literature)
Tess Ehrhardt, UIC  (Jr., 3.48, Movement Sciences)
Samantha Hamilton, Youngstown State  (Sr., 3.73, Exercise Science)
Sarah Mauel, Green Bay  (So., 3.70, General Studies)
Anna Pompeo, Youngstown State (Sr., 3.92, General Studies)
Jessica Richardson, Valparaiso (Jr., 3.88, Economics, Mathematics (Business Administration))
Carissa Schneiter, Milwaukee (Sr., 3.94, Criminal Justice)

Men’s Cross Country (8) *Ties are not broken
Lucas Beltran, UIC  (So., 3.93, Movement Sciences)
Gerrit Bruni, Milwaukee  (So., 3.68, Business)
Ryan Hofsess, Detroit  (Jr., 3.44, Biology)
Cody Lee, UIC (So., 4.00, GPPA Medicine/Biochemistry)
Eric Rupe, Youngstown State (Jr., 3.39, Education)
David Rutkowski, Valparaiso  (Jr., 3.75, Mechanical Engineering)
Dan Shafer, Wright State  (Sr., 4.00, Accountancy)
Austin Wigent, Detroit (So., 3.80, Biology)

Volleyball (14)
Monica Anderson, Green Bay (Sr., 3.92, Democracy & Justice Studies)
Morgan Beil, Valparaiso  (Jr., 3.56, Elementary Education)
Sarah Dooms, Valparaiso  (Sr., 3.82, Communications)
Taylor Golabowski, Milwaukee  (Jr., 3.72, Kinesiology)
Maggie Hannon, Cleveland State  (Jr., 3.56, Pre-Physical Therapy)
Taylor Humm, Oakland  (Jr., 3.62, Engineering)
Missy Hundelt, Youngstown State  (Sr., 3.50, Criminal Justice)
MaryKate Imrie, UIC  (Sr., 3.49, Communications)
Julie Kolinske, Milwaukee (Jr., 3.28, Education)
Katie Mroczenski, Green Bay (Sr., 3.78, Human Biology)
Rachel Neuberger, Milwaukee (Sr., 3.64, Accounting)
Heidi Splinter, Wright State  (Sr., 3.56, Sports Science)
Sara Sternard, UIC (Jr., 3.42, Biological Sciences)
Leah Van Zeeland, Green Bay (Sr., 3.82, Education)

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