DURHAM, N.C. - The ACC has announced that 17 members of the men's and women's track and field team have been named to the All-ACC Academic Indoor Track and Field team, the most of any school in the conference.
Nine men and eight women who have GPAs of 3.0 for the past semester, maintained a cumulative GPA of 3.0 during their time at Duke as well as competed at the ACC championships were selected to receive this honor.
This is the third award for seniors Bo Waggoner and Ryan McDermott and the second for seniors Sean-Pat Oswald and Andrew Brodeur, junior Cydney Ross, and sophomores Michael Barbas and Curtis Beach. Additionally, Beach and McDermott, alongside Juliet Bottorff, Amy Fryt and Devotia Moore, were members of the All-ACC team for finishing top 3 in their events.
Michael Barbas Jr. Neuroscience
Curtis Beach So. Psychology
Andrew Brodeur Jr. Biological Anthropology & Anatomy
Josh Lund Sr. Computer Science
Ryan McDermott Sr. Political Science
Mike Moverman So. Biology
Sean-Pat Oswald Sr. Biology/Religion
Tony Shirk Jr. Environmental Science/Policy
Bo Waggoner Sr. Mathematics/Computer Science
Juliet Bottorff So. Neuroscience
Rebecca Craigie Fr. Undeclared
Amy Fryt Sr. Public Policy
Kristina Krasich Sr. Psychology/English
Devotia Moore Sr. International Comparative Studies
Destiny Roseman Fr. Undeclared
Cydney Ross Jr. Public Policy
Miray Seward Fr. Undeclared