79 UCSD Tritons named to 2007-08 CCAA All-Academic Team

A total of 79 UCSD student-athletes were named to the 2007-08 California Collegiate Athletic Association All-Academic Team on July 31 by the conference office. The Tritons had the most all-academic selections of the 11 CCAA member institutions.

To qualify for the academic all-conference team, student-athletes must be a letterwinner who competed in one of 13 CCAA-sponsored sports (men’s cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, men’s golf, women’s tennis, men’s outdoor track & field, women’s outdoor track & field, baseball, and softball) during the 2007-08 academic year.

Student-athletes must also maintain a GPA of 3.40 or higher in a minimum of 24 semester/36 quarter units completed at the certifying institution. Non-graded units may be included in the 24/36 unit total.

2007-08 UCSD All-Academic Team Selections
Women’s Cross Country/Track & Field
Brianna Alban
Elena Carter
Jessica Dimascio
Diane Dunn
Emily McGregor
Ashleigh Montgomery
Celia Pourtau
Catherine Strouse
Dana Underwood

Women’s Cross Country
Kristen Buono
Melanie Swan

Men’s Cross Country/Track & Field
Gregory Geldman
Gabriel LaMothe

Women’s Soccer
Natasha Belak-Berger
Chelsey Campbell
Allison Lai
Kelly Mayo
Jessica McGovern
Lauren Segars
Alexia Zatarain

Men’s Soccer
David Bakal
Thomas Caplan
Joshua Jackson
Joshua Levy
David Lillo
Luis Salazar
Ali Shams

Women’s Volleyball
Kaitlin Potter
Casey Wilson

Women’s Basketball
Diahnn Futalan
Alexis Gaskin
Shaina Lipa
Laura Moore
Meaghan Noud
Allison Weston

Men’s Basketball
Clint Allard
Kelvin Kim
Henry Patterson
Jonathan Ward
Shane Poppen

Women’s Tennis
Yekaterina Milvidskaia
Rina Nakano

Men’s Golf
Ryan Bailey

Baseball
Eric Abraham
James Ferguson
Christopher Hom
Garret Imeson
Ryland Macfadyen
Kirby St. John

Softball
Randelle Bundy
Danielle Lukk
Allison May
Nicole Saari
Melissa Ward
Christine Zankich

Women’s Track & Field
Miriam Asaki
Kelly Fogarty
Emily Hildreth
Melissa Karnaze
Jayme Keith
Ashley King
Anna McGregor
Leah Murphy
Kelli Prakash
Linda Rainwater
Breanna Schofield
Christina Sloyer
Jillian Sola
Lyndly Tamura

Men’s Track & Field
Todd Bettisworth
Bryan Dieffenbach
John Folker
Stephan Johnson
Daniel Macks
Connor McCabe
Colin Ng
Nicolas Sawaya
Jason Thomas
Gary Ward

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