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Simpson landed 54 student-athletes on the American Rivers Conference 2020 Fall All-Academic Team, the conference announced Wednesday.

The 54 selections are two more than last fall for Simpson as student-athletes from football, men's and women's cross country, women's golf, men's and women's soccer, women's tennis and volleyball had a combined grade-point average of 3.79, with five holding a 4.00 GPA for the Storm. In total, 522 student-athletes from around the conference earned Fall All-Academic status.

To be eligible for A-R-C All-Academic Team honors, a student-athlete must compete at the varsity level, be at least a sophomore in academic standing with at least one year in residence and attain a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher (on a 4.0 scale).

To view the complete 2020 Fall All-Academic Team, click HERE.

Football (12)

Ian Bootsmiller – Sr., Environmental Science

Chris Bowles – Sr., Accounting, Economics: Finance

Colton Coy – Sr., Elementary Education, Liberal Arts

Jeremiah Gates – Jr., Criminal Justice

Joe McNally – Sr., Criminal Justice, Computer Info. Systems

Joe Meyer – Sr., History

Thomas Mussig – Sr., Economics: Finance

Seth Niccum – So., Criminal Justice

Scott Oderio – Sr., Sports Administration

Jeramy Randol – Sr., Sports Administration, Management

Bradley Swanson – So., Accounting

Mason Spree – Sr., Computer Science, Management Info. Systems

Women's Soccer (10)

Kaitlyn Bravek – Sr., Biology

Abby Cozzoni – So., Elementary Education, Liberal Arts

Sky Delzell – So., Environmental Science

Brooklin Froehlich – So., Elementary Education, Liberal Arts

Maya Gault – Jr., Undeclared

Lauren Hastie – Sr., Psychology

Cambri Mason – So., Psychology

Cassie Nash – So., Sports Administration

Baylee Ratliff – So., Graphic Design

Megan Roberts – So., Human Services

Women's Cross Country (8)

Kylee Bass – So., Criminal Justice

Sophie Hall – Jr., Health and Exercise Science

Mackenzie Laughlin – Jr., Health and Exercise Science

Abby Loecke – Jr., History

Cat Lucht – Jr., Physics

Katie Murano – Jr., Elementary Education, Liberal Arts

Mary Nelson – Jr., English

Kyli Orr – Jr., English

Men's Cross Country (7)

Eric Baldus – So., Undeclared

Clay Billheimer – So., Accounting

Dalton Bowers – Sr., Economics: Finance, Sports Admin.

Ryan Courtney – Sr., Biology

Nathan Magalhaes – Sr., Computer Science, Physics

Noah Nelsen – So., Actuarial Science

Ean Warrick – So., Undeclared

Men's Soccer (6)

Ian Dean – Sr., Physics, Mathematics

Danny Haisch – So., Health and Exercise Science

Luke Hartnett – Jr., Management

Alan Imamovic – So., Undeclared

Reza Mohammadi – Sr.,International Relations, Management

Jordy Triana-Vasquez – So., Marketing Comm., Graphic Design

Volleyball (5)

Blair Glendenning – Sr., Elementary Education, Liberal Arts

Kenedy Grant – Jr., Biology

Emmalyn Pratt – Sr., Health and Exercise Science

Allyson Rose – Sr., Biochemistry, Neuroscience

Marissa Salber – So., Management

Women's Tennis (4)

Megan Grubb – Jr., Psychology, Neuroscience

Emily King – Jr., Mathematics, Computer Science

Donni Kinghorn – So., Undeclared

Kennedi Wright – So., History

Women's Golf (2)

Emily Jansen – Sr., Sports Administration

Averi Peck – Jr., Elementary Education, Liberal Arts

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