Montana landed 83 student-athletes on the Academic All-Big Sky Conference teams for spring sports, the league office announced on Tuesday. Montana’s total ranked second in the Big Sky.
Coach Steve Ascher‘s women’s tennis team had seven selections, which tied for the league high in that sport. Coach Doug Fraley‘s outdoor track and field programs both had the second-highest total.
Fraley’s women’s track and field team had 31 selections, his men’s team had 22.
Montana also had 12 softball selections, six from men’s tennis and five from women’s golf.
To be eligible, student-athletes needed at least a 3.2 cumulative GPA through the spring semester and to have participated in at least half of their teams’ competitions.
“I’d like to congratulate all 640-plus student-athletes who have been named to our spring academic teams,” Big Sky Commissioner Tom Wistrcill said. “Dedicating yourself to not only your sport but your academics takes a lot of work and persistence.
“To have so many representatives is an indication that the institutions in this league are helping our student-athletes keep academics a priority.”
Montana’s Academic All-Big Sky Conference spring selections:
Women’s golf: Madison Cecil (Management and Entrepreneurship); Kylie Franklin (Management and Entrepreneurship); Tricia Joyce (Finance); Jessica Ponce (Psychology); Raina Ports (Business Administration)
Softball: Allie Brock (Psychology); Kendall Curtis (Management Information Systems); Grace Haegele (Elementary Education); Grace Hardy (Management & Entrepreneurship); Hannah Jablonski (Mathematics Education); Presley Jantzi (Sociology); Maggie Joseph (Sociology); Jaxie Klucewich (Elementary Education); Evelyn O’Brien (Political Science); Julie Phelps (Health and Human Performance); Chloe Saxton (Business Administration); Kelly Sweyer (Communicative Sciences & Disorders)
Men’s tennis: Tom Bittner (Business Administration); Guillermo Martin (Finance); Fernando Perez (Finance); Moritz Stoeger (Accounting); Gustav Theilgaard (Finance); Baltazar Wiger-Nordas (Business Administration)
Women’s tennis: Shivika Agrawal (Pre-Pharmacy); Lauren Dunlap (Environmental Health Sciences Administration Graduate Certificate); Maria Goheen (Masters of Public Administration); Grace Haugen (Psychology); Hailey Murphy (Business Administration); Olivia Oosterbaan (Masters of Business Administration); Rosie Sterk (Finance)
Men’s outdoor track and field: Jay Beagle (Marketing); Truman Cowan (Public Health); Casey Crouch (Business Administration); Will Dauenhauer (Masters of Business Analytics); Everett Fred (Management and Entrepreneurship); Jaydon Green (Journalism); Carson Hegele (Biology); Matthew Hockett (Pharmacy); Paul Johnstone (Masters of Business Administration); Patrick Kremer (Business Administration); Rogelio Mares (Masters of Business Administration Certificate); Adam Maxwell (Business Administration); Walker McDonald (Journalism); Xavier Melice (Masters of Business Administration); Alfred Peterson (Management and Entrepreneurship); Noah Ramirez (Masters of Business Administration); Wade Rykal (Integrative Physiology); Maxwell Scott (Computer Science); Cutter Thatcher (Management Information Systems); Jethro Thorne (Masters of Mathematics); Evan Todd (Masters of Business Administration); Jason Upton (Masters of Business Administration)
Women’s outdoor track and field: Madi Arneson (Communicative Sciences Disorders Learning Certificate); Cosley Bruno (World Languages and Cultures); Molly Chambers (Wildlife Biology); MacKenzie Dean (Media Arts); Mikenna Ells (Business Administration); Beatrix Frissell (Political Science); Kylie Frohlich (Masters of Health and Human Performance); Leah Gath (Wildlife Biology); Ailsa Gilbert (Elementary Education); Jaylyn Hallgrimson (Psychology); Olivia Lackland Henry (Environmental Sciences and Sustainability Studies); Kara Mattson (Psychology); Rileigh McGree (Business Administration); Iris McKean (Wildlife Biology); Tatum McNamara (Integrative Physiology Exercise Science); Lily Meskers (Journalism); Lea Moose (Athletic Training); Whitney Morrison (Integrative Physiology); Molly O’Dell (Anthropology); Perry Paffhausen (Integrative Physiology); Morgan Radtke (Masters of Business Administration); Savana Ramirez (Psychology); Ainsley Shipman (Political Science); Ani Smith (Business Administration); Brooke Stayner (Integrative Physiology Exercise Science); Holly Sudol (Management and Entrepreneurship); Aly Tekippe (Wildlife Biology); Katie Whitehurst (Finance); Cyisa Weidman (Psychology); Erin Wilde (Business Administration); Emma Zimmerman (Integrative Physiology)


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