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Ania Anuszkiewicz has earned three conference first team academic honors.
Anuszkiewicz Named Pac-12 Academic First Team
Release: June 07, 2012
By: CUBuffs.com
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WALNUT CREEK, Calif. - A trio of University of Colorado women's tennis student-athletes were named to the 2012 Pac-12 Conference All-Academic team, as announced by Commissioner Larry Scott on Thursday.

Senior Ania Anuszkiewicz and junior-to-be Carla Manzi Tenorio were named to the first and second team, respectively, while junior-to-be Kristina Schleich was named honorable mention.

To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade point average and be a significant contributor during the season on the team.

Anuszkiewicz will graduate in December 2012 and was one of eight Pac-12 women named to the first team. She is majoring in integrative physiology.

Anuszkiewicz was recently named the CU tennis team's Academic MVP for having the highest grade point average during the 2011-2012 academic year, was also a two-time first team academic selection in the Big 12 Conference. Since 1996, she is the sixth CU tennis student-athlete to garner three first-team academic honors.

Manzi Tenorio is majoring in chemical engineering, was also one of eight named to the conference second team. This is the first conference academic honor bestowed to Manzi Tenorio.

Schleich was one of 18 selected as an honorable mention is majoring in business management.

Pac-12 All-Academic - First Team
Ania Anuszkiewicz, CU, Sr., 3.63, Integrative Physiology
Callie Craig, Utah, So., 4.00, Undeclared
Elisabeth Fournier, Washington State, Sr., 3.85, Economic Sciences
Jana Juricova, California, Sr., 3.67, Political Economy
Sarah Landsman, Arizona, Sr., 3.77, Psychology
Sianna Simmons, Arizona State, Sr., 3.65, Global Studies
Lacey Smyth, Arizona, So., 3.78, Elementary Education
Jana Stueckemann, Oregon, So., 4.13, Journalism

Second Team
Michelle Brycki, Arizona State, Sr., 3.52, Journalism/Mass Communication
Jacqueline Cako, Arizona State, So., 3.68, Biological Sciences
Annie Goransson, California, Jr., 3.50, Society and Environment
Veronica Li, Stanford, Sr., 3.56, Political Science
Susan McRann, Arizona, So., 3.79, Accounting
Carla Manzi Tenorio, CU, So., 3.63, Chemical Engineering
Alison Ramos, USC, Sr., 3.50, Human Performance
Kim Stubbe, Arizona, So., 3.58, Psychology

Honorable Mention
Debora Castany, Sr., Arizona; Natalie Dillon, Jr., Stanford; Courtney Dolehide, So., UCLA; Alice Duranteau, So., California; Denise Dy, Sr., Washington; Nicole Gibbs, So., Stanford; Ksenia Googe, Jr., Washington State; Hannah James, Jr., Arizona State; Andjela Kankaras, Jr., Washington State; Lucia Kovarcikova, So., Utah; Natasha Marks, Sr., Arizona; Julia Metzger, Jr.,Oregon; Andjela Nemcevic, So., Washington; Pascale Neubert, So., Oregon; Anastasia Putilina, Sr., Utah; Kristina Schleich, So., CU; Patricia Skowronski, Jr., Oregon; Samantha Smith, Sr., Washington; Trudie du Toit, Sr., Oregon; Liudmila Vasileva, Jr., Washington State.

 

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