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Winter/Spring American Southwest Conference All-Academic Honors Announced

May 31, 2012
By cnp
Posted in Athletics

Clarksville, Ark.-34 University of the Ozarks student-athletes have been named to the 2011-12 winter/spring American Southwest Conference All-Academic Team, it was announced by the league office May 31.

To be eligible for ASC All-Academic honors, student-athletes must have lettered during the 2011-12 season, be in at least their second academic year at their institution, and carry a career grade-point average of 3.00 or better.

The men’s basketball team placed six athletes on the team: Claude Anderson, a sophomore accounting major from Dallas, Texas; Dylan Ballard, a junior physical education major from Ponder, Texas; Marcus Bobb, a junior spanish/management/business administration major from Ponder, Texas; Tyler Martin, a sophomore physical education major from Star City, Ark.; David Robertson, a sophomore undeclared major from Ponder, Texas; and Colby Woolverton, a senior physical education major from Sherwood, Ark.

The women’s basketball team placed five athletes on the team: Chelsea Glasscock, a junior mathematics major from Prairie Grove, Ark.; Sabrina Goddard, a senior biology major from Stroud, Okla.; Ashley Teague, a senior political science major from Lavaca, Ark.; Alison Villines, a senior early childhood education major from Kingston, Ark.; and April Young, a senior biology from Deer, Ark.

The baseball team placed ten athletes on the team: Brandon Brewer, a sophomore mathematics major from Greenwood, Ark.; Ian Bryan, a junior management/business administration major from North Little Rock, Ark.; Chris Driedric, a senior biology major from Little Rock, Ark.; Tyler Erickson, a sophomore economics major Cabot, Ark.; Jacob Nall, a sophomore physical education major from Roland, Okla.; Mitchell Powers, a junior physical education major from North Little Rock, Ark.; Freddy Prince, a sophomore undeclared major from Jonesboro, Ark; Michael Prusator, a senior chemistry major from Ochelata, Okla.; Bo Thomas, a sophomore political science/environmental science major from Mountain Home, Ark.; and Adam Waynick, a sophomore business administration major from Fort Smith, Ark.

The softball team placed three athletes on the team: Molly Bowman, a sophomore early childhood education major from Springdale, Ark.; Rebecca Groff, a senior physical education major from Prattville, Ala.; and Colbey Russo, a senior biology major from Dallardsville, Texas.

The men’s tennis team placed four athletes on the team: Jeff Adams, a sophomore accounting major from Houston, Texas; Matt Arant, a senior history/literature/sociology major from Georgetown, Texas; Tanner Holman, a senior English & radio/tv/video major from Mesquite, Texas; and Michael Skimbo, a sophomore physical education major from Claremore, Okla.

The women’s tennis team placed three athletes on the team: Chelsea Glasscock, a junior mathematics major from Prairie Grove, Ark.; Ashley Teague, a senior political science major from Lavaca, Ark.; and Whitney Lewis, a sophomore marketing major from Clarksville, Ark.

Zach Doty, a senior strategic communications/marketing major from Robinson, Texas, and Kaitlyn Williams, a senior strategic communications major from Clarksville, Ark., were named Academic All-Conference as student sports information directors.

Lacey Mainer, a senior physical education major from Branch, Ark., made the Academic All-Conference Team as a student athletic trainer.

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