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Warriors make conference all-academic list
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Cal State Stanislaus Student-Athletes on the CCAA All-Academic team:
Bryan Garbez, Men's Basketball
Kenneth Mashinchi, Men's Basketball
Conrad DeAvellar, Men's Track and Field
Dawson Vorderbruegge, Men's Track and Field
Trevor Blair, Men's Golf
Teddy Schrier, Men's Golf
Kyle Cadigan, Men's Soccer
John Powell, Men's Soccer
Trenton Frisbie, Baseball
Michael Hudelson, Baseball
Erin Godde, Women's Basketball
Christin Gowan, Women's Basketball
Trisha Werre, Women's Basketball
Andrea Fett, Women's Volleyball
Jade Adamson, Women's Soccer
Alisa Barlow, Women's Soccer
Bernadette Bettencourt, Women's Soccer
Allison Case, Women's Soccer
Vanessa Cervantes, Women's Soccer
Karenee Demery, Women's Soccer
Allison Dugan, Women's Soccer
Marissa Dunaway, Women's Soccer
Lisa Garcia, Women's Soccer
Marriah Kessler, Women's Soccer
Emily Relles, Women's Soccer
Alyssa Robles, Women's Soccer
Missy Corral, Softball
Kaitlin Goulart, Softball
Sarah Locarnini, Softball
Lauren Nagle, Softball
Dallas Campbell, Women's Cross Country and Track and Field
Elizabeth Grolle, Women's Cross Country and Track and Field
Alyssa Thiele, Women's Cross Country and Track and Field
Kaitlyn Timmermans, Women's Cross Country & Track and Field
Lauren Young, Women's Track and Field

Of the 451 student-athletes named California Collegiate Athletic Association All-Academic for the 2010-11 year, 35 of them are from Cal State Stanislaus. The list was released Tuesday.
   Twelve of the 35 Warriors are on the women's soccer team.
   To be eligible student-athletes must meet the following criteria:


·        Varsity student-athlete must have earned a varsity letter per institutional criteria - e.g., no red-shirt student-athletes are eligible for this award;

·        Must be a student-athlete in one of the 13 CCAA-sponsored sports (men's cross country, women’s cross country, men’s soccer, women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, men's basketball, women's basketball, men's golf, women's tennis, men's outdoor track and field, women's outdoor track and field, baseball, and softball);

·        GPA for the 2010-11 academic year of 3.4 or higher in a minimum of 24-semester/36-quarter units completed at the certifying institution. Non-graded units may be included in the 24/36-unit total.