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NCAA DII wTF All-Academic Teams

2021 NCAA Division II Women’s Track & Field All-Academic Teams

NEW ORLEANS – The Scholar Team of the Year and All-Academic Teams for the 2021 NCAA Division II Women’s Track & Field seasons were announced on Thursday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Grand Valley State was named the NCAA Division II Women’s Indoor Track & Field National Scholar Team of the Year and Azusa Pacific was named the NCAA Division II Women’s Outdoor Track & Field Scholar Team of the Year. The Lakers posted a cumulative GPA of 3.46 and won the team title at the NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships in Birmingham, Alabama, while the Cougars posted a cumulative GPA of 3.596 and won the team title at the NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Allendale, Michigan.

Fourteen of the top-15 women’s teams from the 2021 NCAA Division II Indoor Track & Field Championships and 13 of the top-15 women’s teams from 2021 NCAA Division II Outdoor Track & Field Championships qualified for All-Academic distinction from the USTFCCCA.

Truman State University had the best cumulative GPA out of any NCAA Division II Women’s Track & Field program at 3.75.

Here is the criteria for a team be named an NCAA Division II All-Academic Team:

  • The cumulative GPA (not 2020-21 academic year, not semester) for all student-athletes on the institution’s NCAA Squad List for Indoor and/or Outdoor Track and Field must be 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale, certifiable by the institution’s registrar. Institutions utilizing a different GPA scale must convert the GPA to a 4.0 scale using the standard conversion method [GPA/Scale x 4.0].
  • Transfer students and/or graduate students are to include only grades earned at the current nominating institution.
  • The cumulative GPA of all student-athletes on the institution’s NCAA Squad List for Indoor and/or Outdoor Track and Field must be computed by the following method:
  1. Total the cumulative number of semester hours or quarter hours earned for all student-athletes on the NCAA Squad List including the most recent grading period;
  2. Total the cumulative number of quality points (GPA multiplied by the number of credit hours) earned by all student-athletes including the most recent grading period;
  3. Divide the cumulative number of quality points earned by the cumulative number of semester or quarter hours earned.

See below for a full list of All-Academic Teams from the 2021 NCAA Division II Women’s Track & Field seasons.

2021 NCAA Division II Track & Field
USTFCCCA Women’s All-Academic Teams

GenderInstitutionGPAHead Coach
WOMENAcademy of Art University3.22Kevin LaSureE
WOMENAdams State University3.22Damon MartinE
WOMENAdelphi University3.528Katie ReesE
WOMENAmerican International College3.3Leo MayoE
WOMENAnderson University (South Carolina)3.64Kevin EagleE
WOMENAngelo State University3.188Thomas DibbernE
WOMENAshland University3.3053Jud LoganE
WOMENAugusta University3.45Adam WardE
WOMENAugustana University (South Dakota)3.65Tracy HellmanE
WOMENAzusa Pacific University3.596Jack HoytE
WOMENBemidji State University3.3Kevin KeanE
WOMENBenedict College3.6Frank HylandE
WOMENBentley University3.36Kevin CurtinE
WOMENBiola University (Calif.)3.59Sean HenningE
WOMENBlack Hills State University3.48Seth MischkeE
WOMENBloomsburg University of Pennsylvania3.53Bernard EmpieE
WOMENCalifornia University of Pennsylvania3.571Daniel CaulfieldE
WOMENCarson-Newman University3.42David NeedsE
WOMENCedarville University3.65Jeff BolenderE
WOMENCentral Washington University3.491Kevin AdkissonE
WOMENUniversity of Charleston (West Virginia)3.1Nick BiasE
WOMENCalifornia State University, Chico3.25Robert NooneyE
WOMENChristian Brothers University3.25Nic FortenberryE
WOMENClarion University of Pennsylvania3.483Ben BevevinoE
WOMENColorado School of Mines3.46Matt SparksE
WOMENColorado Mesa University3.528Brad GambleE
WOMENConcord University3.14Michael CoxE
WOMENConcordia University Irvine3.292Keegan BloomfieldE
WOMENConcordia University, St. Paul3.35Sam JohnsonE
WOMENDavenport University (Mich.)3.57Scott CookE
WOMENEast Central University3.35Steven SawyerE
WOMENEdinboro University of Pennsylvania3.45Anne ClearyE
WOMENEmbry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Florida)3.328Michael RosolinoE
WOMENThe University of Findlay3.48Blaine MaagE
WOMENFlorida Southern College3.73Stephanie BylanderE
WOMENFort Hays State University3.544Jason McCulloughE
WOMENFranklin Pierce University3.26Zach EmersonE
WOMENGeorgian Court University3.2604Michael MurawskiE
WOMENGrand Valley State University3.46Jerry BaltesE
WOMENHarding University3.385Don HoodE
WOMENHillsdale College3.44Andrew TowneE
WOMENHumboldt State University3.32Sarah IngramE
WOMENIndiana University of Pennsylvania3.52Michelle DuncanE
WOMENUniversity of Indianapolis3.47Scott FangmanE
WOMENKutztown University of Pennsylvania3.48Raymond HoffmanE
WOMENLee University3.48Caleb MorganE
WOMENLenoir-Rhyne University3.26Kevin PatersonE
WOMENLewis University3.42Dana SchwartingE
WOMENLincoln University of Missouri3.426Victor ThomasE
WOMENLincoln Memorial University3.56Rochelle BlackE
WOMENLindenwood University3.26David NicholsonE
WOMENLock Haven University of Pennsylvania3.44Aaron RussellE
WOMENLubbock Christian University3.003Leigh CordesE
WOMENLynn University3.28Chris WoodE
WOMENMalone University3.541Mark McClureE
WOMENMansfield University of Pennsylvania3.129Jamal JohnsonE
WOMENMichigan Technological University3.661Kristina OwenE
WOMENMillersville University of Pennsylvania3.52Andy YoungE
WOMENMinnesota State University, Mankato3.28Mike TurgeonE
WOMENMinot State University3.31Mark Del MonacoE
WOMENMississippi College3.44Matthew RenekerE
WOMENMissouri Southern State University3.369Bryan SchidingE
WOMENMontana State University Billings3.22Jonathan WoehlE
WOMENUniversity of Montevallo3.425Tommy BarksdaleE
WOMENUniversity of Mount Olive3.4Earl GravesE
WOMENMetropolitan State University of Denver3.23Janis ChristopherE
WOMENMinnesota State University Moorhead3.43Ryan MilnerE
WOMENUniversity of Nebraska at Kearney3.523Brady BonsallE
WOMENUniversity of New Haven3.31Shaunnaya WilliamsE
WOMENUniversity of North Georgia3.56Christopher EnglandE
WOMENNorth Greenville University3.416Cameron StoberE
WOMENNorthern Michigan University3.41Jennifer RyanE
WOMENNorthern State University3.515Lynne DingmanE
WOMENNorthwest Missouri State University3.6Brandon MastersE
WOMENNorthwest Nazarene University3.55Danny BowmanE
WOMENNorthwestern Oklahoma State University3.329Jill LancasterE
WOMENNorthwood University (Michigan)3.296Michael RobertsE
WOMENNova Southeastern University3.45Bryan HagopianE
WOMENOhio Dominican University3.15Connor CallahanE
WOMENOklahoma Christian University3.178Wade MillerE
WOMENOuachita Baptist University3.71Steve GuymonE
WOMENPittsburg State University3.45Russ JewettE
WOMENPoint Loma Nazarene University3.58Jerry ArvinE
WOMENPost University3.19Gregg SchmidtE
WOMENQueens University of Charlotte3.56Jim VahrenkampE
WOMENRogers State University3.49Matt KennedyE
WOMENSaginaw Valley State University3.355Rod CowanE
WOMENSaint Leo University3.44Kent ReiberE
WOMENSeattle Pacific University3.66Karl LerumE
WOMENSeton Hill University3.51Robert OverE
WOMENSan Francisco State University3.47Tom LyonsE
WOMENShippensburg University of Pennsylvania3.426Dave OsanitschE
WOMENUniversity of Sioux Falls3.598Douglas PetersemE
WOMENSlippery Rock University of Pennsylvania3.474John PapaE
WOMENSouth Dakota School of Mines & Technology3.45Steve JohnsonE
WOMENSouthern Connecticut State University3.075Melissa StollE
WOMENUniversity of Southern Indiana3.47Mike HillyardE
WOMENSouthwest Baptist University3.539Corey McElhaneyE
WOMENSouthwest Minnesota State University3.08Kirk NaumanE
WOMENSt. Cloud State University3.52Sam KettenhofenE
WOMENSt. Thomas Aquinas College3.56Ray KondrackiE
WOMENCollege of Staten Island3.2Andrew GangemiE
WOMENStonehill College3.41Michael DelgadoE
WOMENUniversity of Tampa3.352Jarrett SlavenE
WOMENTexas A&M University-Commerce3.18George PincockE
WOMENTiffin University3.12Jeremy CroyE
WOMENTruman State University3.75Tim SchweglerE
WOMENTusculum College3.15Cory PrattE
WOMENUniversity of Mary3.61Dennis NewellE
WOMENUniversity of Colorado, Colorado Springs3.31Ross FellowsE
WOMENUniversity of North Carolina at Pembroke3.025Peter OrmsbyE
WOMENUpper Iowa University3.43Nate RuckerE
WOMENUrsuline College3.5Alaric BestE
WOMENUniversity of the Sciences3.43Daryl NelsonE
WOMENThe University of Texas at Tyler3.38David J KaiserE
WOMENUniversity of Wisconsin-Parkside3.58Nick MaasE
WOMENVirginia Union University3.35Melissa FerryE
WOMENWalsh University3.6Rob MizickoE
WOMENWashburn University of Topeka3.65Cameron BabbE
WOMENWayne State University (Michigan)3.543Grant LofdahlE
WOMENWayne State College (Nebraska)3.568Marlon BrinkE
WOMENWest Chester University of Pennsylvania3.71Jason KilgoreE
WOMENWest Liberty University3.56Justin SimpsonE
WOMENWest Texas A&M University3.09Matt StewartE
WOMENWestern Colorado University3.38Lindsey GrasmickE
WOMENWestern Oregon University3.43Octavious GillespieE
WOMENWestern Washington University3.11Kelven (Pee Wee) HalsellE
WOMENWheeling University3.26Patrick StantonE
WOMENWinona State University3.53Mason RebarchekE
WOMENWinston-Salem State University3.14KayMarie JonesE