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Three Miami Volleyball Players Earn All-ACC Academic Honors

Three Miami Volleyball Players Earn All-ACC Academic Honors

Feb. 10, 2006

CORAL GABLES, <?xml:namespace prefix=”st1″ ns=”urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags”?>Fla.– Senior Kaitlin Kozak, junior Ann Gallo and sophomore Michelle Bruin were named to the 2005 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Volleyball Team as announced Friday by Commissioner John D. Swofford.

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To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during her academic career.

 

Bruin, a sports administration major, was also selected to the 2005 CoSIDA Academic All-District III team.

 

A total of 31 student-athletes earned honors. At least one player from each of the conference’s 12 schools is represented on the inaugural team. 

 

NC State led the conference with four selections to the academic team.  Boston College, Clemson, Maryland, Miami, Virginia and Virginia Tech each placed three student-athletes on the squad, while Florida State, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Wake Forest each had two student-athletes named to the team.  Duke rounded out the team with one honoree. 

 

 

The 2005 All-ACC Academic Volleyball Team is as follows:

 

Name, Class, School                                                                           Major

Jen Albrecht, <?xml:namespace prefix=”st2″ ns=”urn:schemas:contacts”?>So., VirginiaTech…………………………………………………….. Biochemistry

Allison Anderson, Jr., BostonCollege……………………………………….. Political Science

Andrea Bentley, Jr., NC State……………………………………………….. Biological Sciences

Erin Borhart, Sr., WakeForest…………………………………………………………….. Biology

Michelle Bruin, So., Miami……………………………………………… Sports Administration

Stephanie Doiron, Sr., Maryland……………………………………………………. Kinesiology

Susan Eckman, So., Clemson………………………………………………………………. History

Stefani Eddins, Sr., NC State…………………………………. Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Samantha Fisher, Sr., Duke…………………………………………………………………. History

Ann Gallo, Jr., Miami…………………………………………………………………………. Finance

Beth Gillming, So., Maryland…………………………………………………………… Education

Sarah Griffin, Jr., FloridaState……………………………………………………………. Finance

Camilla Ihenetu, Sr., North Carolina………… International Studies/Political Sciences

Emily Kirkwood, Jr., Virginia…………………………………………………………… Art History

Sarah Kirkwood, So., Virginia………………………………………………………… Undeclared

Adeola Kosoko, Sr., NC State………………………………………………………….. Psychology

Kaitlin Kozak, Sr., Miami……………………………………………….. Sports Administration

Allie Kupec, Jr., Virginia Tech…………………………………………………. Communications

Lindsey Laband, Sr., Georgia Tech……………………………………………….. Management

Melissa Markowski, Sr., Virginia Tech……………. Human Nutrition, Food & Exercise

Natalie Mullikin, Fr., WakeForest………………………………………………….. Undeclared

Lindsey Osco, Jr., Virginia……………………………………………………… Religious Studies

Melissa Rabe, Sr., NC State………………………………………………………….. Biochemistry

Taylor Rayfield, Sr., North Carolina……………………………… Business Administration

Brittany Ross, So., Clemson…………………………………………………… Communications

Verena Rost, Sr., BostonCollege…………………………………….. Elementary Education

Jessica Skower, Jr., FloridaState………………………………………… Sports Management

Stephanie Smith, Sr., Maryland……………………………………………………….. Education

Meghan Stanton, Sr., Clemson………………………………………….. Sports Management

Ulrike Stegemann, So., GeorgiaTech……………………………………………. Management

Morgan Woodcock, Jr., BostonCollege…………. Curriculum Instruction and Geology