NOTRE DAME, Indiana, June 14. CLARION diver Jamie Wolf earned the college division designation of Academic All-American of the Year as part of the ESPN The Magazine Women's At-Large Academic All-American team. Meanwhile, 26 other spots throughout the first, second and third team were made up by competitors within aquatic sports as announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America.
Three swimmers made the university division first team as Sarah Chrzanowski (Eastern Michigan), Kristen Hastrup (Auburn) and Kristin Brown (Pittsburgh) each posted 4.0 GPAs. Along with Wolf, six swimmers garnered spots on the college division first team. Beth Bard (Wisconsin-Stevens Point), Brittany Anderson (Truman State), Lija Kaleps-Clark (Truman State), Becky Weima (Calvin), Rebekah Moody (Wingate) and Alisha Flatter (Wilmington) each made the first team.
Five swimmers and divers made the university division second team. They are Molly Crispell (Penn State), Kimbre Vogel (Purdue), Hali Saucier (LSU), Katie Robinson (Texas) and Mary Yarrison (Texas). Meanwhile, Doria Holbrook (MIT), Kristen Hohl (Denison), Elizabeth Carlton (Kenyon) and Jamie Lawler (Emory) picked up spots on the college division second team.
Three swimmers and a women's water polo player made the university division third team. Kelly Zahalka (Navy), Stacia Peterson (Loyola Marymount), Jessica Botzum (Virginia Tech) and Caitlin Andrew (Arizona State) claimed those spots, while Lauren Ackerman (Notre Dame), Ashley Yelinek (Bloomsburg) and Ellie Miller (Indianapolis) pocketed the college division third team spots for swimmers.