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Wednesday, 03 August 2011 13:01

NORMAN, Okla. – DePaul (Division I), Lynn (Division II), Grinnell (Division III), SCAD Savannah (NAIA), USC-Lancaster (NJCAA DI) and South Mountain CC (NJCAA DII) have been named Academic National Champions for their respective divisions announced the viagra ed GCAA. DePaul posted the highest recorded team GPA with 3.66. A total of 106 teams submitted GPAs of 3.00 or higher and http://www.brennholz-deutschland.de/hydrochlorothiazide-viagra earned All-Academic Team recognition.

“Once again I am very happy for the guys,” said DePaul Head Coach Betty Kaufmann. “To win last year was an accomplishment, but to viagra no perscription win back-to-back really says something about how important these young men feel about their education. This group has continued to work hard both in the classroom and on the course and it is great that they are recognized for their efforts.”

Alabama, Brown, Butler, Missouri and Yale were also accorded President’s Special Recognition status for earning team GPAs of 3.50 or better.

To be eligible for GCAA All-Academic Team honors a college of university must submit the grade points earned and hours attempted for each player on its official squad list for the academic year.

Academic National Champions

Division I - DePaul
Division II - Lynn
Division III - Grinnell
NAIA - SCAD Savannah
NJCAA DI - USC-Lancaster
NJCAA DII - South Mountain CC

President’s Special Recognition
(3.5 or better GPA)

Division I
Alabama
Brown
Butler
DePaul
Missouri
Yale

NAIA
SCAD-Savannah

NJCAA DII
South Mountain CC

All-Academic Teams
(3.0 or better GPA)

Division I
Akron
Alabama
Auburn
Belmont
Brown
Butler
California
Canisius
Charlotte
Coastal Carolina
Columbia
Davidson
DePaul
Detroit Mercy
Drexel
Duke
East Tennessee State
Evansville
Georgia State
Georgia Tech
Gonzaga
Harvard
Indiana
Iowa
IPFW
Kansas
Kansas State
Liberty
Longwood
Loyola (Md.)
Maryland-Eastern Shore
Michigan State
Missouri
New Mexico
Northern Illinois
Northwestern
Notre Dame
Ohio State
Oklahoma State
Purdue
Richmond
Saint Mary’s (Calif.)
Seton Hall
South Alabama
South Carolina
South Dakota State
Southern Illinois-Edwardsville
Stanford
TCU
Tennessee
Tulsa
UALR
UNCG
UTSA
Valparaiso
Vanderbilt
VCU
Wichita State
Wofford
Wyoming
Yale

Division II
Barry
Bellarmine
Dowling
Lynn
Maryville
Massachusetts-Lowell
Ohio Dominican
Saginaw Valley State
Sonoma State
St. Edward’s
St. Mary’s (Texas)
Wayne State

Division III
Benedictine
Emory
Greensboro
Grinnell
Gustavus Adolphus
Hope
Macalester
Manhattanville
Millikin
Milwaukee School of Engineering
Ohio Wesleyan
Redlands
Rhodes
Saint John’s (Minn.)
Stevens Institute of Technology
Stevenson
Transylvania
Trine
Trinity College
Wabash
Wartburg
Wheaton

NAIA
Bethel College
Carroll College
Oklahoma Christian
SCAD Savannah
South Carolina-Beaufort
St. Ambrose

NJCAA DI
Central Alabama CC
USC-Lancaster

NJCAA DII
Grand Rapids CC
Oakland CC
South Mountain CC
Tyler JC

 
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