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Greenville leads SLIAC with 42 spring academic all-conference members

Greenville leads SLIAC with 42 spring academic all-conference members

BELLEVILLE, Ill. - The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has announced the 217 members of its Spring Academic All-Conference team. Greenville led the conference with 42 recipients, featuring nearly one-fifth of all conference awardees. Webster, who ranked second, had 35 members on the academic all-conference team.

To be eligible a player must hold a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or above, be at least a sophomore in academic standing, and have spent one full season at their institution.

Greenville's 42 awardees included six sophomores, 10 juniors, and 26 seniors.

GU had nine honorees in baseball, 10 in men's track and field, three in men's tennis, eight in softball, six in women's tennis, and six in women's track and field.

The Panther academic all-conference team members were

Joshua Heller, baseball
Andrew Torbeck, baseball
Mark Islas, baseball
Samuel Alender, baseball
Wyatt. Boyer, baseball
Austin Rexroad, baseball
Parker Panich, baseball
Noah Casali, baseball
Matthew Schroeder, baseball
Collin Kessinger, men's track and field
Noah Dir, men's track and field
Alexander Fink, men's track and field
Nathaniel Brown, men's track and field
Andrew Martin, men's track and field
Dylan Goodyear, men's track and field
Jacob Epley, men's track and field
Dylon Niswonger, men's track and field
Caleb Grunau, men's track and field
Cole Simpson, men's track and field
Brett Barker, men's tennis
Micah Harlan, men's tennis
Robert Blume, men's tennis
Deidra Holzhauer, softball
Katelyn Myers, softball
Kayla Zimmerman, softball
Alyssa Delgado, softball
Kendall Farr, softball
Megan Barrett, softball
Olivia Shipman, softball
Maegan Stone, softball
Charis Costea, women's track and field
Kori Nesbit, women's track and field
Cayden Sharp, women's track and field
Hannah Williams, women's track and field
Ashleigh Brubaker, women's track and field
Stephanie Favela, women's track and field
Samantha Siefken, women's tennis
Bailey Pearce, women's tennis
Madison Walsh, women's tennis
Emma Wieland, women's tennis
Claudia Principal, women's tennis
Courtney Blaser, women's tennis