Clarksville, Ark.-21 University of the Ozarks student-athletes have been named to the 2016 Fall American Southwest Conference All-Academic Team, it was announced by the league office January 16.
To be eligible for ASC All-Academic honors, student-athletes must be classified academically as a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student during the competition season and have been in attendance and completed at least one academic year (two consecutive semesters) at their institution. They must also have a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) as certified at the conclusion of the academic semester in which the ASC sport championship is held.
The men's cross country team placed two athletes on the team: Kole Smith, a junior biology major from Cane Hill, Ark.; and Spencer Turner, a junior accounting major from Pearcy, Ark.
The women's cross country team had three athletes on the team: Caitlyn Bell, a sophomore biology major from Hensley, Ark.; Madison Sherrer, a senior psychology major from Mena, Ark.; and Hannah Smith, a sophomore accounting major from Blue Eye, Mo.
The men's soccer team placed ten athletes on the team: Cade Coggin, a sophomore health science major from Memphis, Tenn.; Derric Davis, a sophomore environmental studies major from Mesquite, Texas; Duston Furtick, a sophomore biology major from Kaufman, Texas; Layne Garcia, a junior management major from Fort Worth, Texas; Sean Garcia, a sophomore psychology/management major from Fort Worth, Texas; Nick Johnson, a junior biology major from Harrison, Ark.; Daniel Cruz, a sophomore undeclared major from Garland, Texas; Bradley Rice, a sophomore health science major from Fort Smith, Ark.; Alex Ross, a junior management major from Heath, Texas; and Thomas Ross, a sophomore mathematics major from Heath, Texas.
The women's soccer team placed six athletes on the team: Olivia Allard, a sophomore biology major from Rogers, Ark.; Frances Adams, a senior English/environmental studies major from Plano, Texas; Cristin Connor, a sophomore biology major from Gunter, Texas; Brittanie Gragg, a junior health science major from Huntsville, Ark.; Falon Hanson, a sophomore communications major from Fayetteville, Ark.; and Maggie Johnson, a senior physical education major from Munford, Tenn.