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Greenville earns conference-best 29 SLIAC Winter Academic All-Conference awards

Greenville earns conference-best 29 SLIAC Winter Academic All-Conference awards

BELLEVILLE, Ill. - The St. Louis Intercollegiate Athletic Conference has announced the 104 members of its Winter Academic All-Conference team. Greenville led the conference with 29 recipients, featuring over one quarter of all conference awardees. Principia, who ranked second, had 16 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 29 awardees included eight sophomores, six juniors, and 15 seniors.

GU had 10 honorees in men's track and field, six in women's track and field, two in men's basketball, and 11 in women's basketball.

The Panther academic all-conference team members were

Nathaniel Brown, men's track and field
Noah Dir, men's track and field
Jacob Epley, men's track and field
Alexander Fink, men's track and field
Dylan Goodyear, men's track and field
Caleb Grunau, men's track and field
Collin Kessinger, men's track and field
Dylon Niswonger, men's track and field
Cole Simpson, men's track and field
Nicholas Wollerman, men's track and field
Ashleigh Brubaker, women's track and field
Charis Costea, women's track and field
Stephanie Favela, 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
Riley Simmons, men's basketball
Kameron Vinsel, men's basketball
Brittany Lopez, women's basketball
Lauren Eagleson, women's basketball
Alexandra Fry, women's basketball
Megan Barrett, women's basketball
Ti'Anna Bruce, women's basketball
Haven Robertson, women's basketball
Rachel Fettig, women's basketball
Katelyn Wolfram, women's basketball
Sidney Webster, women's basketball
Ashley Anderson, women's basketball
Ashley Dryden, women's basketball