GSAC gives fourteen Warriors All-Academic honors

Fourteen Westmont fall-sport athletes have been named Golden State Athletic Conference Scholar-Athletes. In order to receive the honor, athletes must have a GPA of at least 3.5 and be juniors or seniors.

The recipients from men’s cross country are Paul Anderson, a senior English major from Naperville, Ill.; Matthew Day, a senior religious studies major from Clayton, Calif.; Jack Rogan, a senior kinesiology major from Austin, Texas and Matthew Shiney a senior double-major in political science and business and economics from Thousand Oaks.

The women’s cross country recipients are Amber Collier, a junior kinesiology major from Riverside and her twin sister Breean Collier, a junior sociology major.

The volleyball GSAC Scholar-Athletes are Candice Adema, a senior business and economics major from Ripon, Calif.; Kelli Ching, a senior liberal studies major from Honolulu, Hawaii and Kristin Schroeder, a senior business and economics major from Santa Barbara.

Men’s soccer recipients are Cody Cohen, a junior biology major from La Verne Calif., and Matthew McNab, a senior physics and engineering major from Rancho Palos Verdes, Calif.

Representing women’s soccer as GSAC Scholar-Athletes are Danae Crump, a junior liberal studies major from Elk Grove, Calif.; Alison Hensley a junior double-major in mathematics and Spanish from Huntington Beach and Jenny Martinez a junior double-major in kinesiology and communication studies from Santa Barbara.