WashU Lands 124 on Fall UAA All-Academic Team

WashU Lands 124 on Fall UAA All-Academic Team

St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 29, 2019 – Washington University in St. Louis had 124 student-athletes named to the 2019 University Athletic Association (UAA) Fall Academic All-Conference team, as announced by the Association on Tuesday. 

Within the UAA, All-Academic recognition is awarded to student-athletes who have completed at least one full year of college study and who carry a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.300. The 3.300 minimum cumulative grade point average is the same academic standard used as a qualifying threshold by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) for the nomination of Academic All-America®candidates in all sports.

WashU led the conference in Academic All-UAA honors in three sports: men's soccer (16), men's cross country (17) and women's cross country (20).

Football – 47
Zane Ahlfinger           
Melvin Aninagyei-Bonsu       
Matt Bernstein           
Anthony Brown         
Jackson Butler           
Keenan Bilyeu           
Drew Christensen     
John Christensen       
Johnny Davidson       
Justin DiCarlo
Jarrett Dykema          
Alex Eckels     
Clayton Farris            
John Fisher    
Nathan Genstein        
Matt Giles       
Ben Graue      
Jeff Gurley      
Jared Harrison           
Chase Hartquist         
Alex Harvey   
Christian Henry         
Will Hurley     
Langston Laramore-Josey    
Jarrod Huther            
Grant Marcketta        
Jeff Marek      
Jack Mills        
Matt Moore    
Brendan Morrissey   
Zach Paragas
TJ Perusek
Peter Pigatti      
Michael Prescott        
Carter Rholl   
Bryce Roberts            
Max Schieferdecker  
Kyle Schroeder          
Andrew Silver            
Connor Stevens         
JT Streepy      
Tim Tague      
Crawford Tyler          
Andrew Whitaker
Jackson Wilson         
Clay Witmeyer           
Shay Zutshi     

Women's Cross Country – 20 – 1st in UAA
Mara Bajic      
Grace Bristow            
Zarya deSouza           
Sahara Ensley            
Payton Fors    
Lindsey Gallagher     
Megan Girmscheid    
Caitlin Horn    
Paige Lawler  
Gabby McGinn           
Annemarie Michael   
Carmen Rottinghaus
Elizabeth Saliba         
Lia Schattner
Skyler Simon  
Katie Snodgrass         
Emily Stegmeier        
Emma Walter
Sophie Watterson      
Sophie Young            

Men's Cross Country – 17 – 1st in UAA
Nick Brdicko  
Liam Cadden  
Alex Corbin    
Neil Cumberland       
Jackson Hyde
Michael Ly      
Nick Matteucci           
Scott Mitchell
Patrick Norrick          
Marco Quaroni           
Connor Rutledge       
Jack Sebok      
Joe Stover       
Eli Ten Eyck   
Noah Trimark            
Drew Wilkerson        
Connor Wright            

Women's Soccer – 13
Taylor Cohen
Ellie DeConinck          
Erin Flynn      
Mary Francis West    
Emma Greenfield      
Marissa Kalkar          
Julia Miller      
Katy Mockett  
Ellie Moreland           
Kristen Reikersdorfer           
Jesse Rubin    
Jess Shapiro   
Kally Wendler             

Men's Soccer – 16 – 1st in UAA
Alex Berman  
Andrew Brunetti       
Sean Connors
Tommy Flaim
Jeff Guttentag
Connor Mathes          
Jack Newman
Isaac Plutzer
Aidan Ryan    
Armando Sanchez-Conde     
Cole Schmitz   
Alistair Shaw  
Alex Smith      
Alex Jaberi Vivar       
Nolan Wolf     
Makio Yamamoto        

Volleyball – 11
Michaela Bach
Zoe Baxter            
Tricia Brown  
Rachel Cheng
Emily Jayne
Samantha Kaiser    
Leila King       
Kirby Knapp  
Caitlin Lorenz
Chloe Stile      
Hannah Turner