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WCC Announces 2014 Men's Cross Country All-Academic Team

Dec. 4, 2014

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. - The West Coast Conference is pleased to announce the 2014 West Coast Conference Men's Cross Country All-Academic Team. The group includes three student-athletes named to the all-academic squad for the second straight year and one making a third straight showing.

San Francisco junior Eric Causey and Portland senior All-American Scott Fauble earned selection for the second straight year, while BYU senior Steve Flint capped his career with a third all-academic accolade.

This season, 17 nominated men's cross country student-athletes posted a GPA of 3.50 or better while seven recorded a mark of 3.75 or higher.

At the conclusion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC-sponsored sport. To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average, while also being a significant contributor to his team.

2014 WEST COAST CONFERENCE MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ALL-ACADEMIC TEAM

Player School Class GPA Major
Eric Causey San Francisco Jr. 3.66 Business Finance
Bryan Crook Santa Clara Jr. 3.87 Biology
Scott Fauble Portland Sr. 3.33 Psychology
Steve Flint BYU Sr. 3.78 Actuarial Science
Ben Fox Pepperdine So. 3.69 Physics
Ryan Greenough Santa Clara Jr. 3.92 Mechanical Engineering
Robert Krebs Portland Jr. 3.91 Finance
Jonathan Nelson BYU Jr. 3.55 Statistics
Conner Peloquin BYU Sr. 3.56 Marketing
David Perry Portland Sr. 3.67 Business

2014 WCC MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY ALL-ACADEMIC HONORABLE MENTION
Rhett Baynes, Saint Mary's; Matthew Beasley, San Diego; Alex Dillard, Portland; Tony Ferrari, Santa Clara; Aaron Fletcher, BYU; Danny Gibson, Loyola Marymount; Timo Goehler, Portland; Griffin Hay, Portland; Nick Hicks, San Francisco; Spencer Hoffman, San Diego; Jackson Hogan, Pepperdine; Andy Holstrom, Portland; Lowell Kirkwood, Saint Mary's; Jordan Kurtz, Saint Mary's; Sean O'Hollearn, Portland; Justin Rocereto, Portland; Sean Roe, Santa Clara; David Salas, Saint Mary's; Peter Stephens, Santa Clara