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Feb. 23, 2011
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Headed by Duke’s Bo Waggoner, eight All-Conference honorees secured spots on the 2010 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Men’s Cross Country Team as announced today by Commissioner John D. 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.
The 2010 ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year for Men’s Cross Country, Waggoner finished fifth at this year’s ACC Championships, completing the 8K course in 23:43 and keying the Blue Devils to a fifth-place finish. An Interdepartmental Math/Computer Science major and a four-time All-ACC performer, the Maumee, Ohio, native placed 23rd at the NCAA Southeast Regional and 74th at this year’s NCAA Championship in Terre Haute, Ind.
All-ACC Academic team members who earned All-ACC honors this past fall are Waggoner, Florida State’s David Forrester and Jakub Zivec, Maryland’s Greg Kelsey, North Carolina’s Adam Cunningham and Evan Watchempino, NC State’s Andrew Colley and Virginia’s Emil Heineking. Heineking won his second straight ACC individual title this past fall and finished fifth at the 35-team Southeast Regional.
Waggoner earned a berth on the league’s academic honor team for a fourth time while Duke’s Andrew Brodeur and Josh Lund, North Carolina’s Cunningham and NC State’s Robert Moldovan were each honored for a third time. Earning All-Academic honors for a second time are Duke’s James Kostelnik, Florida State’s Michael Fout, Georgia Tech’s Philip O’Brien, Maryland’s Greg Kelsey, North Carolina’s Evan Watchempino, Virginia’s Heineking and Wake Forest’s Garrett Drogosch.
2010 Men’s Cross Country All-ACC Academic Team
|Name, Class, School||Major|
|Andrew Brodeur, Jr., Duke||Biological Anthropology & Anatomy|
|Andrew Colley, So., NC State||Business Administration|
|Adam Cunningham, Sr., North Carolina||Economics|
|Jason Cusack, Jr., Virginia Tech||Industrial Design|
|Garrett Drogosch, So., Wake Forest||Undeclared|
|Robert Eckardt, Sr., NC State||Systems Engineering|
|David Forrester, So., Florida State||Biology|
|Michael Fout, Jr., Florida State||Psychology|
|Emil Heineking, Sr., Virginia||Economics|
|Greg Kelsey, Gr., Maryland||Education Leadership & Policy|
|Sean Keveren, Jr., Virginia||Kinesiology|
|James Kostelnik, Jr., Duke||Political Science|
|Josh Lund, Sr., Duke||Computer Science|
|Danny Kane, So., Boston College||Economics|
|Ty McCormack, Fr., Clemson||Language & International Trade|
|Danniel McDevitt, Gr., Maryland||Professional Studies|
|Robert Moldovan, Sr., NC State||Elementary Education|
|Cory Nanni, Sr., Duke||Biology|
|Philip O’Brien, Jr., Georgia Tech||Industrial Engineering|
|Sandy Roberts, Gr., NC State||International Studies|
|Bo Waggoner, Sr., Duke||Mathematics|
|Chris Walizer, Sr., Virginia Tech||Finance|
|Evan Watchempino, Jr., North Carolina||Communications|
|Jakub Zivec, Fr., Florida State||Business|