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Big Ten Announces Fall Academic All-Big Ten Honorees

2022 Fall Academic All-Big Ten List
 
ROSEMONT, Ill. [Dec. 9, 2022] — The Big Ten Conference recognized a total of 1,619 students competing in fall sports who have been named to the Academic All-Big Ten team Friday.
 
The list of honorees includes 141 field hockey students, 614 football students, 133 men’s and 226 women’s cross country students, 134 men’s and 236 women’s soccer students and 135 volleyball students.
 
To be eligible for Academic All-Big Ten selection, students must be on a varsity team (as verified by being on the official squad list as of Nov. 1 for fall sports), have been enrolled full time at the institution for a minimum of 12 months and carry a cumulative grade-point average of 3.0 or higher.
 
Fifty-seven fall honorees had unblemished GPAs:
Diana Brown, Redshirt Sr., Illinois, Volleyball, MS, Community Health
Katie Hohe, Sr., Illinois, Women’s Cross Country, Psychology
Abigail Lynch, So., Illinois, Women’s Soccer, Geology
Jessica Nunge, Sr., Illinois, Volleyball, Integrative Biology
Jenna Barker, Gr., Indiana, Women’s Cross Country, Athletic Administration/ Sport Management MSK
Jennifer Blitchok, Jr., Indiana, Women’s Soccer, Economics BA
Dustin Horter, Gr., Indiana, Men’s Cross Country, Business Management Graduate Certificate
Sarah Schmitt, Gr., Indiana, Women’s Cross Country, Business Management Graduate Certificate
Aaron Blom, Jr., Iowa, Football, Human Physiology
Jenny Cape, Sr., Iowa, Women’s Soccer, Biomedical Studies
Samantha Cary, Sr., Iowa, Women’s Soccer, Public Health
Hillary Cox, So., Iowa, Field Hockey, Mechanical Engineering
Harper Dunne, Sr., Iowa, Field Hockey, Global Health Studies
Matt Fagan, Sr., Iowa, Football, Health Management and Policy
Lillian Schmidt, So., Iowa, Women’s Cross Country, Biomedical Engineering
Konnor Sommer, Sr., Iowa, Men’s Cross Country, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Kelli Tosic, Sr., Iowa, Women’s Cross Country, Theatre Arts
Halley Hallgren, Gr., Michigan, Volleyball, Sport Management
Samantha Hastie, So., Michigan, Women’s Cross Country, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Allison Jacobs, Jr., Michigan, Volleyball, Communication and Media
Caylie McMahon, So., Michigan, Field Hockey, College of Literature, Science, and Arts
Abdi-Fetah Ahmed, Gr., Michigan State, Men’s Cross Country, Business Administration MBA
Jillian Bonczewski, So., Michigan State, Field Hockey, Special Education – Learning Disabilities
Michael Donovan, So., Michigan State, Football, Communications
Celia Gaynor, Gr., Michigan State, Women’s Soccer, Communication Science and Disorders
Justina Gaynor, Jr., Michigan State, Women’s Soccer, Kinesiology
Mia Hansen, Jr., Michigan State, Women’s Soccer, Kinesiology
Ashley Harlock, Jr., Michigan State, Field Hockey, Neuroscience
Annika Linzmeier, Gr., Michigan State, Women’s Cross Country, Clinical Social Work MSW
Sophia Lucki, So., Michigan State, Women’s Cross Country, Lyman Briggs
Andrew Nolan, Jr., Michigan State, Men’s Cross Country, Applied Engineering Sciences
Abby Olin, So., Michigan State, Volleyball, Civil Engineering
Tyler Pritchett, Jr., Michigan State, Men’s Cross Country, Applied Engineering Sciences
Kelly Severini, Jr., Michigan State, Women’s Soccer, Advertising Management
Aden Smith, Sr., Michigan State, Men’s Cross Country, Human Biology
Ava Hill, Jr., Minnesota, Women’s Cross Country, Cell and Org Physiology BS
Sydney Kretlow, Sr., Minnesota, Women’s Cross Country, Elementary Education: Foundations BS
Matthew Tricket, Gr., Minnesota, Football, Sport Management M Ed
Elizabeth Overberg, So., Minnesota, Women’s Soccer, Undeclared

McKenna Lovehaug, So., Nebraska, Women’s Cross Country, Nutrition & Health Sciences
Sarah Weber, So., Nebraska, Women’s Soccer, Nutrition and Health Sciences
Noah Ruggles, Gr., Ohio State, Football, Sports Coaching
Lindsay Stull, So., Ohio State, Women’s Cross Country, Human Nutrition
Katherine Asman, Gr., Penn State, Women’s Soccer, Management and Organizational Leadership
Amanda Poorbaugh, So., Penn State, Women’s Soccer, Science
Julia Raich, So., Penn State, Women’s Soccer, Engineering
Margery Schnarrs, So., Penn State, Field Hockey, Psychology
Mitchell Fineran, Gr., Purdue, Football, Technology Leadership and Innovation
Ian Hunter, Gr., Purdue, Men’s Cross Country, Computer Science
Rani Abdulaziz, Gr., Rutgers, Football, Adult and Continuing Education (Learning and Teaching Department)
Aidan Flynn, So., Rutgers, Men’s Soccer, Political Science
Danielle Bellino, Sr. Wisconsin, Women’s Cross Country, Biology and Nutritional Sciences
Ashley Martinez, So., Wisconsin, Women’s Soccer, Kinesiology
Maggie Munson, Jr., Wisconsin, Women’s Cross Country, Political Science and Legal Studies
Julia Orzol, So., Wisconsin, Volleyball, Business: Management and Human Resources
Adam Spencer, So., Wisconsin, Men’s Cross Country, Business: Finance, Investment and Banking
Nate Van Zelst, So., Wisconsin, Football, Business: Finance, Investment and Banking
 
Big Ten Conference (bigten.org) is an association of world-class universities whose member institutions share a common mission of research, graduate, professional and undergraduate teaching, and public service. Founded in 1896, Big Ten Conference has sustained a comprehensive set of shared practices and policies that enforce the priority of academics in the lives of students competing in intercollegiate athletics and emphasize the values of integrity, fairness, and competitiveness. The broad-based programs of the 14 Big Ten Conference institutions will provide over $200 million in direct financial support to more than 9,800 students for more than 11,000 participation opportunities on 350 teams in 42 different sports. Big Ten Conference sponsors 28 official conference sports, 14 for men and 14 for women, including the addition of men’s ice hockey and men’s and women’s lacrosse since 2013.