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45 Tiger athletes named to CCAC All-Academic Team

Posted: Feb 13, 2013

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Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference (CCAC) recently recognized 45 athletes from Olivet Nazarene University for their academic achievements by naming them to the All-Academic Team for fall 2012 sports.

To be nominated for the award, a student-athlete must have been enrolled at his or her respective CCAC school for a minimum of one academic year, have completed at least 30 semester hours and have earned no less than a 3.25 cumulative grade point average.

Men’s cross country

Of the 47 runners recognized conference-wide, Olivet led with 11.

Kyle Boone (Normal, Ill.), a senior majoring in history
Roman Endrizzi (Normal, Ill.), a sophomore majoring in information systems and military science
Kasey Ferrigan (Dixon, Ill.), a senior majoring in youth ministry
James Fisher (Wales, Mich.), a junior majoring in engineering
Marshall Hawn (Goshen, Ind.), a sophomore majoring in journalism
Matthew Logan (Dixon, Ill.), a senior majoring in athletic training
Joel Lynn (Naperville, Ill.), a sophomore majoring in pastoral ministry
Nicholas Mizeur (Moline, Ill.), a senior majoring in youth ministry and political science
David Powers (Security, Colo.), a sophomore majoring in engineering
Jesse Stanford (Bolingbrook, Ill.), a junior majoring in psychology, was also recognized for maintaining a perfect 4.00 cumulative grade point average.
Daniel Wells (Danville, Ill.), a junior majoring in business

Women’s cross country

Of the 63 runners recognized conference-wide, Olivet led with 14.

Annie Brandes (Waukegan, Ill.), a junior majoring in early childhood education, was among only nine recognized for maintaining a perfect 4.00 cumulative grade point average.
Samantha Clark (Dundee, Ill.), a senior majoring in dietetics
Hannah Endrizzi (Normal, Ill.), a senior majoring in biology
Chantalle Falconer (Byron, Ill.), a junior majoring in elementary education, was among only nine recognized for maintaining a perfect 4.00 cumulative grade point average.
Rebecca Garst (Peotone, Ill.), a senior majoring in engineering
Meghan Houk (Urbana, Ill.), a sophomore majoring in social work and intercultural studies
Kylie Lippencott (Waveland, Ind.), a sophomore majoring in elementary education
Leah Livingston (Gibson City, Ill.), a junior majoring in business administration
Madison Moyer (Burlington, Iowa), a sophomore majoring in elementary education
Lauren Streicher (St. Louis, Mo.), a senior majoring in dietetics
Christy Trank (Winnebago, Ill.), a junior majoring in communications
Jillian Versweyveld (Delevant, Wis.), a sophomore majoring in nursing
Lauren Winters (Hilliard, Ohio), a junior majoring in dietetics

Men’s soccer

Of the 62 players recognized conference-wide, Olivet led with 16.

Yonda Abogunrin (Vernon Hills, Ill.), a junior majoring in engineering
Josiah Arriaga (Richton Park, Ill.), a sophomore majoring in engineering
Todd Bevan (Schererville, Ind.), a sophomore majoring in accounting
Zak Christensen (Manteno, Ill.), a senior majoring in economics
Michael Durazo (Fishers, Ind.), a junior majoring in engineering
Sebastian Esquetini (Quito, Ecuador), a senior majoring in business
Chad Frownfelter (Goodrich, Mich.), a senior majoring in information systems
Colin Koerner (Bourbonnais, Ill.), a sophomore majoring in athletic training, was one of only two players recognized for maintaining a perfect 4.00 cumulative grade point average.
Steve Lacosse (Manteno, Ill.), a senior majoring in nursing
Jason Mills (Urbana, Ill.), a junior majoring in psychology
Kyle Reopelle (Elgin, Ill.), a sophomore majoring in health/physical education
Cory Rovens (Downers Grove, Ill.), a senior majoring in physical education
Nate Smith (Peoria, Ill.), a junior majoring in exercise science
Tim Walker (Grand Blanc, Mich.), a senior majoring in science education
Cody Wolf (Beecher, Ill.), a freshman majoring in engineering
Kyle Zeman (Kenosha, Wis.), a sophomore majoring in exercise science

Women’s soccer 

A total of 83 players received this recognition, with Olivet having the second highest of all member schools.

Katie Dirkse (Downers Grove, Ill.), a senior majoring in athletic training and exercise science
Katrina Holm (Antioch, Ill.), a senior majoring in elementary education
Devin Johnston (Bloomingdale, Ill.), a senior majoring in math education
Meghan Pipal (Wheaton, Ill.), a senior majoring in elementary education
Emma Reutter (Mason, Mich.), a senior majoring in marketing
 

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