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Five Hurricanes On ALL-ACC Academic Football Team

Five Hurricanes On ALL-ACC Academic Football Team

Jan. 26, 2006

CORAL GABLES, Fla. – Five members of the 2005 Miami Hurricanes football team were named to the All-ACC Academic Football Team that was released today by the ACC. The Hurricanes honored were: CB Kelly Jennings, TE Greg Olsen, PK Jon Peattie, S Kenny Phillips and C Anthony Wollschlager.

To be eligible, a player must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the fall semester. Duke led the way with eight selections, followed by Miami and Virginia Tech with five selections each.

“We’re in a very strong academic conference, and we have had 11 players named to the All-ACC Academic Football Team in our first two years, so we’re very pleased with our representation,” said head coach Larry Coker. “We’re very proud of our student athletes. Our goal is to perform well on the field as well as in the classroom, and we want to keep that tradition going.”

2005 All-ACC Academic Football Team

Semester Career
Name, Class, School Pos. GPA GPA Major
James Anderson, Sr., Virginia Tech LB 4.00 3.83 Health & Physical Education
Patrick Bailey, So., Duke LB 3.10 3.20 Electrical Engineering
Lavdrim Bauta, Sr., Duke OL 3.25 3.16 Sociology
Travis Bell, So., Georgia Tech PK 3.00 3.29 Management
Andre Brown, Fr., NC State RB 3.10 3.02 First Year College
David Castillo, Sr., Florida State OL 4.00 3.52 Exercise Science
Brendan Dewan, Sr., Duke LB 3.67 3.10 Biological Anthropology
Mike Dowling, Sr., Duke RB 4.00 3.94 Psychology
Louis Frazier, Jr., Wake Forest OL 4.00 3.81 Biology
Marcus Hamilton, Jr., Virginia DB 3.36 3.27 Sociology
Kelly Jennings, Sr., Miami DB 3.00 3.05 Operations Management
Doug Justice, Sr., North Carolina LB 4.00 3.50 Communications/Psychology
Jeff King, Sr., Virginia Tech TE 4.00 3.88 Health & Physical Education
Tyler Krieg, Sr., Duke OL 3.50 3.12 Political Science
William Lee, Jr., NC State LS 4.00 4.00 Mechanical Engineering
Paddy Lynch, Jr., Boston College RB 3.84 3.72 English
Danny McGrath, Jr., Virginia Tech OL 4.00 3.42 Health & Physical Education
Mark Miller, Sr., Virginia LB 3.36 3.03 Psychology
Will Montgomery, Sr., Virginia Tech OL 3.75 3.83 Health & Physical Education
Eli Nichols, Sr., Duke DL 3.90 3.57 Mechanical Engineering
Greg Olsen, So., Miami TE 3.15 3.21 Criminology
Brandon Pace, Jr., Virginia Tech PK 3.25 3.14 Sociology
Jon Peattie, Jr., Miami PK 3.00 3.30 Operations Management
Justin Phillips, Sr., North Carolina TE 3.60 3.04 Management & Society
Kenny Phillips, Fr., Miami DB 3.24 3.12 Business Administration
Adam Podlesh, Jr., Maryland P 3.50 3.17 Marketing
Chris Reis, Sr., Georgia Tech DB 3.75 3.17 Management
Garrett Reynolds, Fr., North Carolina OL 3.25 3.38 undeclared
Andy Roland, Sr., Duke TE 3.17 3.00 Public Policy Studies
Matt Rumsey, So., Duke OL 3.22 3.33 undeclared
Tom Santi, So., Virginia TE 3.60 3.14 undeclared
Zac Selmon, So., Wake Forest TE 3.49 3.19 Religion
Antone Smith, Fr., Florida State RB 3.38 3.38 undeclared
Kurt Smith, Sr., Virginia SP 3.00 3.66 Education
Jeremy Thompson, So., Wake Forest DL 3.20 3.12 undeclared
Kevin Tuminello, So., Georgia Tech OL 3.50 3.45 Building Construction
Andrew Wasserman, Sr., North Carolina SP 4.00 3.90 Economics
Drew Weatherford, Fr., Florida State QB 3.31 3.35 Business
Josh Wilson, Jr., Maryland DB 3.25 3.29 Marketing
Anthony Wollschlager, Jr., Miami OL 3.13 3.07 Accounting