WHITEFISH, Mont. - Fifteen members of the Lewis-Clark State College women's and men's cross country teams were named to the 2010 Frontier Conference All-Academic teams, FC commissioner Kent Paulson has announced.
To be eligible for honors, a student-athlete must be at least a sophomore in standing, maintain a 3.0 grade point average, and compete in at least one half of her/his team's meets.
The Warrior women had nine runners selected to the team, including seniors Jessie Gulsvig and Casey Hampton; juniors Kelsey Klettke, Madison Randall, Francis Rojas, and Stephanie Shuel; and sophomores Ashley Barnes, Chelsey Leighton, and Amy Watkins.
On the men's side, the Warriors had six selected to the team. Seniors Chris McConnell and Mickael Testa were joined by juniors Grant Eldridge and Sean Hagan, along with sophomores Dave Marks and Connor Thompson.
The Warrior cross country teams enjoyed another strong fall in 2010 under coach Mike Collins. The men's team won its fourth straight Frontier Conference title and placed 19th in the NAIA national meet, while the women's team was second in the conference and placed a league-best 18th overall at nationals.
Lewis-Clark State College
Name Hometown Yr. Major
Ashley Barnes Moscow, Idaho So. Sports Administration
Jessie Gulsvig Colorado Springs, Colo. Sr. Kinesiology
Casey Hampton Bonners Ferry, Idaho Sr. Kinesiology
Kelsey Klettke Vancouver, Wash. Jr. Kinesiology
Chelsey Leighton Lapwai, Idaho So. Elementary Education
Madison Randall Eugene, Ore. Jr. Psychology
Francis Rojas Lima, Peru Jr. Biology
Stephanie Shuel Yakima, Wash. Jr. Pre-Dental Hygiene
Amy Watkins Melba, Idaho So. Education
Grant Eldridge Clackamas, Ore. Jr. Engineering
Sean Hagan Redmond, Ore. Jr. Elementary Education
Dave Marks Lake Oswego, Ore. So. Sports Administration
Chris McConnell Portland, Ore. Sr. Business
Mickael Testa Asnieres, France Sr. Business
Connor Thompson Kuna, Idaho So. Kinesiology