2013 All-ACC Academic Women's Indoor Track & Field Team Announced

April 16, 2013

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Florida State senior Amanda Winslow has been recognized as the 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference Women's Indoor Track & Field Scholar-Athlete of the Year, announced today by Commissioner John Swofford. Winslow highlights the 2013 All-ACC Academic Women's Indoor Track & Field Team.

A senior studying Sports Management, Winslow capped a record-setting senior indoor season by placing second in the mile at the 2013 NCAA Championships in an ACC-record time of 4:31.08. In addition to earning USTFCCA All-America first-team honors, the Lawrenceville, Ga., native lowered her own previous Florida State record of 4:33.22. Winslow also won the ACC Championship in the 3,000-meter run for the second straight year with a meet record time of 9:08.13. In addition, she ran leadoff on the FSU distance medley relay team at the ACC Championships, a unit that posted a conference-record time of 10:57.41, breaking an 11-year old ACC mark.

Academically, Winslow is a four-time USTFCCCA All-Academic selection, a four-time All-ACC Academic Team selection for Indoor Track and Field, and member of both the President's and Dean's List at Florida State.

All 12 ACC member institutions placed at least one student-athlete on the 2013 All-ACC Academic Team, led by Duke's 10 selections and nine from Florida State. To be eligible for All-ACC Academic Team 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.

The ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards were established in September 2007 to be awarded annually to the top junior or senior student-athlete in their respective sports. Candidates for the awards must have maintained a 3.0 grade point average for their career as well as a 3.0 for each of the last two semesters.

ACC Women's Scholar-Athlete of the Year
Amanda Winslow, Florida State

2013 All-ACC Academic Women's Indoor Track & Field Team
Jillian King @ Boston College Gr. Theology
Christy Gasparino @ Clemson Jr. Health Science
Lauren Terstappen Clemson Jr. Health Science
Michelle Anumba Duke Sr. Evolutionary Anthropology
Anima Banks Duke Fr. Undeclared
Carolyn Baskir Duke So. Evolutionary Anthropology
Juliet Bottorff Duke Sr. Neuroscience
Megan Clark Duke Fr. Undeclared
Elizabeth Kerpon Duke So. Public Policy
Gabby LeVac Duke Jr. Statistics
Emily Mattoon Duke Sr. Biology
Cydney Ross Duke Gr. Masters of Management
Miray Seward # Duke Jr. Psychology
Hannah Acton Florida State Fr. Exercise Science
Elizabeth Ichite Florida State Jr. Exercise Science
Jessica Parry @ Florida State Sr. Exercise Science
Marecia Pemberton @ Florida State Sr. Psychology
Colleen Quigley @ Florida State So. Dietetics
Kayleigh Tyerman @ Florida State Jr. Psychology
Sage Watson Florida State Fr. Business
Chelsea Whalen # Florida State Jr. Sport Management
Amanda Winslow ! Florida State Sr. Sport Management
Jasmine Kent Georgia Tech Sr. Architecture
Lucile Cancre @ Maryland Sr. Kinesiology
Lindsi Arrington Miami Jr. Motion Pictures & Creative Writing
Jamika Glades Miami Fr. Accounting
Lea Johnson Miami So. Microbiology & Immunology
Lianne Farber @ North Carolina Jr. Journalism and Mass Communication
Sarah Howard North Carolina Fr. Undecided
Tory Kemp North Carolina Fr. Undecided
Annie LeHardy North Carolina So. Journalism & Mass Communications
Cameron Overstreet @ North Carolina So. Exercise and Sport Science
Karley Rempel North Carolina So. Biology
Andie Cozzarelli NC State Sr. Civil Engineering
Alexis Perry NC State Fr. First Year College
Joanna Thompson @ NC State Fr. Zoology
Peyton Chaney Virginia Fr. Undeclared
Anna Finger Virginia Jr. Biology
Vicky Fouhy Virginia Gr. Curriculum and Instruction
Colette Gnade Virginia Sr. Chemistry-Biology
Jordan Lavender @ Virginia So. Undeclared
Dallas Rose @ Virginia Sr. Inter-Statistics
Barbara Strehler Virginia Sr. English
Frances Dowd @ Virginia Tech Jr. Environmental Policy & Planning/
Environmental, Economic Management & Policy
Martina Schultze Virginia Tech So. English
Erika Martin Wake Forest Jr. Anthropology
@ denotes two-time honoree
# denotes three-time honoree
! denotes four-time honoree