2012 All-ACC Academic Women's Cross Country Team Announced

2012 All-ACC Academic Women's Cross Country Team Announced

Wednesday February 27, 2013

Feb. 27, 2013

GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Sixteen NCAA All-Regional honorees, including nine All-ACC performers and six All-Americans, secured spots on the 2012 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Women’s Cross Country Team as announced today by Commissioner John Swofford.

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.

Duke’s Juliet Bottorff was selected as the 2012 ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Women’s Cross Country. After missing the entire 2011 campaign due to an injury, Bottorff led the Blue Devils to a seventh-place finish at the 2012 NCAA Championships, garnering All-America honors with a 27th place finish. A senior majoring in Neuroscience, the Newark, Del., native also earned NCAA All-Southeast Region honors finishing second out of a field of 247 runners and pacing Duke to the team title. At the ACC Championship in Blacksburg, Va., Bottorff placed third individually as the Blue Devils finished second to Florida State.

In addition to Bottorff, All-ACC Academic team members who earned All-ACC honors this past fall are Boston College’s Julian King and Liv Westphal, Duke’s Kelsey Lakowske, Florida State’s Collen Quigley, Kayleigh Tyerman and Amanda Winslow, Virginia’s Catherine White and Wake Forest’s Nicole Irving.

Duke’s Madeline Morgan, Florida State’s Jessica Parry, Georgia Tech’s Mary Kate DuBard and Amanda Winslow were named to the league’s academic honor team for the fourth time in their careers, while Bottorff, Boston College’s Julian King, Florida State Jennifer Dunn, Virginia’s Barbara Strehler and Wake Forest’s Nicole Irving were selected for the third time.

2012 Women's Cross Country All-ACC Academic Team
Name Class School Major
Suejin Ahn Gr. Duke Management
Natalie Anthony Jr. Clemson Financial Management
Erin Baker Gr. Clemson Human Resource Development
Kate Borowicz Jr. Clemson Health Science
Juliet Bottorff Sr. Duke Neuroscience
Malia Cali Jr. North Carolina Biology
Bridget Dahlberg Jr. Boston College Arts & Sciences
Mary Kate Dubard Sr. Georgia Tech Industrial Engineering
Jennifer Dunn Sr. Florida State Dietetics
Lianne Farber Jr. North Carolina Journalism/Mass Communication
Nicole Irving Jr. Wake Forest Chemistry
Sheridan Jordan So. NC State Management
Jillian King Sr. Boston College Theology
Kaitlyn Kramer Jr. NC State Chemical Engineering
Kelsey Lakowske So. Duke Undeclared
Annie LeHardy So. North Carolina Journalism/Mass Communication
Ashley Miess Sr. North Carolina Journalism/Mass Communication
Madeline Morgan Sr. Duke Biology
Morgan Mueller Jr. Boston College Management
Jessica Parry Sr. Florida State Exercise Science
Karley Rempel So. North Carolina Biology
Allison Stasiuk Sr. Boston College Arts & Sciences/Biology
Kathleen Stevens Jr. Virginia Kinesiology
Barbara Strehler Sr. Virginia English
Colleen Quigley So. Florida State Dietetics
Katie Townsend So. Georgia Tech Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering
Kayleigh Tyerman Sr. Florida State Psychology
Alexandra Watt Jr. Virginia Tech Interior Design
Liv Westphal So. Boston College Management
Catherine White Gr. Virginia Kinesiology
Amanda Winslow Sr. Florida State Sport Management
Aubree Worden So. Florida State Dietetics
Rebecca Yep Jr. Maryland Mechanical Engineering