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Seventeen Matadors Named to All-Big West Spring Academic Team
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Seventeen Matadors Named to All-Big West Spring Academic Team
All seven Spring sports were represented on the All-Big West Academic Team as announced Thursday by the conference, led by six members of the women's track and field team.

Three student-athletes each from the softball and men's track and field teams also received honors along with a pair from the women's golf team and one each from the men's golf, women's tennis and baseball squads.

To earn All-Academic honors, student-athletes have to maintain a 3.2 cumulative grade point average, have attained a sophomore standing academically and competed in at least 50 percent of their team's contests.

2002-03 Big West Academic All-Conference - Spring Sports

Student-Athlete, Academic Year, Major, Hometown

Drew Aguailar, Sophomore, Undecided, Lompoc, CA

Katie Kearns, Sophomore, English, Thousand Oaks, CA
Monique Lovell, Junior, Kinesiology, Simi Valley, CA
Sondra Milchiker, Junior, Psychology, Lake Forest, CA

Men's Golf
Mike Scott, Senior, Political Science, Granada Hills, CA

Women's Golf
Alexis Arnold, Senior, Business Law, Stevenson Ranch, CA
Emma Wahlgren, Sophomore, Undecided, Lidingo, Sweden

Women's Tennis
Tereza Simonyan, Senior, Business, Yerevan, Armenia

Men's Track and Field
Roy Hooks, Junior, Kinesiology, Los Angeles, CA
Jason Romero, Senior, Undecided, Pomona, CA
George Wymenga, Senior, Radio-TV-Film, Dinuba, CA

Women's Track and Field
Jeanene Gerry, Senior, Food Science, Camarillo, CA
Rosanna Kirkendall, Senior, Kinesiology/Pre-Med, Lancaster, CA
Malinda Malone, Junior, Criminology, Lakeview Terrace, CA
Marilyn Smith, Senior, Art History, Fresno, CA
Carol Stevenson, Senior, Accounting, Burnaby, BC, Canada
Angela Talarico, Sophomore, Undecided, Yakima, WA