GREENSBORO, N.C. – Sophomore Emily Schwitzer and freshman Carly Seymour were among 24 selections to the 2008 All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic Women’s Cross Country Team, it was announced today by ACC 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.
Seymour and Schwitzer were the Blue Devils’ 1-2 finishers, respectively, at the Roy Griak Invitational, the Penn State Invitational, and at the NCAA Southeast Regional in 2008. Schwitzer also led Duke at the ACC Championships as she took 18th overall at the conference meet.
The 2008 ACC Scholar Athlete of the Year for Women’s Cross Country was Florida State’s Lydia Willemse, who finished ninth in the ACC Championships this past fall, completing the 6K course in 20:59.9.
2008 All-ACC Academic Women’s Cross Country
Name School Class Major
Jenna Baker Clemson So. Nursing
Marley Burns Wake Forest So. Health & Exercise Science
Mallory Champa Boston College Sr. Elementary Education
Lauretta Dezubay Virginia Sr. Kinesiology
Jessica Driscoll Boston College Jr. Secondary Education
Mary Kate DuBard Georgia Tech Fr. Undeclared
Jessica Fanning Virginia Tech Sr. Architecture
Brie Felnagle North Carolina Sr. Communication Studies
Stephanie Garcia Virginia Jr. English
Morgane Gay Virginia Fr. Undeclared
Nichole Lister Boston College Sr. Environmental Geology
Anna Nosenko Wake Forest Fr. Undeclared
Dina Nosenko Wake Forest Fr. Undeclared
Meredith Placer Wake Forest Gr. Liberal Studies
Emily Pritt NC State Fr. Communications – Media
Erin Reddan Virginia Tech Sr. Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise
Kristin Reed Maryland Jr. Physical Education
Kim Ruck Clemson Fr. Health Science
Emily Schwitzer Duke So. Undeclared
Carly Seymour Duke Fr. Undeclared
Samantha Stafford Virginia Jr. Interdisciplinary – Environmental Thought
Morgan Stengel North Carolina Sr. Business Administration
Lesley van Miert Florida State Sr. Sociology
Lydia Willemse Florida State Sr. Chemistry