Stewart named to RMAC all-academic team

By Brooke Babcock published October 24, 2007

Setter Jessica Stewart of the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs was named to the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference all-academic second-team, the conference announced Wednesday.

Other Mountain Lion players selected were Heidi Fehringer, Stephanie Laband, Laura Meeter, Cassey Santucci, and Diane Sheldon who all made the honor roll.

To be eligible the student athlete must be a starter or key reserve, have a 3.2 or above GPA, complete two semesters prior to the beginning of the season, and be selected by the RMAC's Sports Information Directors.

1st Team:

Nicole Schwab, Fort Lewis (Academic Player of the Year)

Nikki Scott, Nebraska-Kearney

S Courtney Heiser, Western New Mexico

DS Kelli Wemhoff, Nebraska-Kearney

Kaity Edmiston, Colorado Mines

Liz Franz, Regis

Mandy Walker, Colorado Christian

2nd Team:

DS Bri Olster, Metro State

Drew Choules, Mesa State

Darcy Jennings, Adams State

Sara Feehan, Fort Lewis

Erica Burson, Nebraska-Kearney

Keesha Erickson, Colorado Mines

S Jessica Stewart, UCCS

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