Clarksville, Ark.-Several University of the Ozarks student-athletes have been named to the American Southwest Conference 2000 Fall All-Academic Team, announced by the league office on Nov. 24.
The Lady Eagles’ cross country team placed two members on the academic squad: junior elementary education major Lisa Hilton of Red Oak, Texas; and junior art major Amanda Treat from Hot Springs, Ark. Also named to the team were women soccer players Jennifer Jungman, a junior biology major from DeSoto, Texas; Anne Obermueller, a sophomore accounting major from Derby, Kan.; and Lyndsey Trimble, a senior pre-med major from Highland Village, Texas. Men’s cross country runner Matt Yetter, a sophomore psychology major from Claremore, Okla., was also named to the team. Twelve Eagles soccer players earned all-academic honors: Chris Burns, a senior mathematics major from Austin, Texas; Aaron Coats, a junior political science major from Boise, Idaho; Matt David, a senior marketing major from Wagoner, Okla.; Paul Hiemke, a senior psychology major from Austin, Texas; Marcos Gonzales, a junior business management major from Georgetown, Texas; Jeff Jackson, a senior business major from Wagoner, Okla.; Phil Kaiser, a junior biology major from Modesto, Calif.; Will Masterson, a sophomore political science major from Georgetown, Texas; Loscar Mejia, a senior business major from Chanhassen, Minn.; Jacob Moldenhauer, a senior physics major from Round Rock, Texas; Eric Steinmiller, a senior art/English major from Arkadelphia, Ark.; and Daniel Sigala, a junior human resources major from Borger, Texas. To be eligible for all-academic honors, student-athletes must maintain a 3.0 grade point average and participate in at least 75 percent of their team’s games or meets.