Six Mavs make All-Academic team

Six Colorado Mesa University baseball players were selected to the RMAC All-Academic team recently.

Junior third baseman Colton Little and sophomore outfielder Austin Kaiser made the first team. Little has a 3.54 GPA in mass communications. Kaiser has a 3.73 GPA in exercise science.

Relief pitcher Cody Lahman made the second team with a 3.53 GPA in kinesiology.

Pitcher Tim Moore (3.38, biology), first baseman Zach Barger (3.68, elementary education) and infielder Bryce Shemer (3.84, kinesiology) made the honor roll.

Central High graduate Yancy Birch, a senior pitcher for Nebraska-Kearney, made the second team with a 3.38 GPA in social science education.

To qualify for the Academic All-RMAC team, student-athletes must have a GPA of 3.30 or better, be a starter or key reserve, and complete two consecutive semesters or three quarters at their current institution.

College Softball

Eight Colorado Mesa University softball players were selected to the RMAC All-Academic team.

Junior second baseman Lisa Pille made the first team with a 3.70 GPA in nursing.

Pitcher Ashley Pulido (3.85, kinesiology), outfielder Danni Vallie (3.64, business management) and outfielder Lita Romero (3.72, accounting) made the second team.

Brooke Ortale (3.40, sports management), Lety Perez (3.50, environmental science), Rachel Romine (3.56, athletic training) and Tawnee Woosley (3.38, nursing) made the honor roll.

To qualify for the Academic All-RMAC team, student-athletes must have a GPA of 3.30 or better, be a starter or key reserve, and complete two consecutive semesters or three quarters at their current institution.

College Golf

Colorado Mesa golfers Sean Robbins and Brandon Bingaman were selected to the All-RMAC second team this week.

Basalt High School graduate and Colorado School of Mines senior Jim Knous is the RMAC Golfer of the Year. Western New Mexico’s Michael O’Connor is the RMAC Freshman of the Year and Mines coach Tyler Kimble is the Coach of the Year.

The All-RMAC teams are comprised of the top 15 individuals based on their three best scores of the four mandatory events. The golf with the best score in those events is the Golfer of the Year.

Four Colorado Mesa women’s golfers were selected to the All-RMAC team.

Senior Jessica Berve made the All-RMAC first team. Senior Jennifer Hilts and junior Michelle Stripp made the second team. Senior Amber Nicholson made the third team.

Western New Mexico junior Faylyn Beyale is the Golfer of the Year. Adams State’s Maressa McClintock is the Freshman of the Year. CSU-Pueblo coach Greg Dillon is the Coach of the Year.

The All-RMAC teams are comprised of the top 15 individuals based on their three best scores of the four mandatory events. The golf with the best score in those events is the Golfer of the Year.


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