Twelve members of the Colorado track and field team earned spots on the 2014 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic teams announced Monday.
CU juniors Lindsy Mattson and Bridget Sweeney had the two highest GPAs on the team, according to the university. Mattson has a 3.814 GPA while majoring in economics and Sweeney has a 3.813 in communications.
Additional Buffs earning spots on the women's academic team are: Courtney Bouchet, Maddie Alm, Jenny DeSouchet, Emily Hunsucker, Ewelina Pena, Kelsey English and Shalaya Kipp.
Junior Morgan Pearson, an economics major, led the men's selections with a 3.470 GPA. Joe Bosshard, a graduate student, carries a 3.425 in business. Blake Theroux was the third Buff named to the men's team.
To be chosen for the MPSF All-Academic team, honorees must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.00, must be a sophomore academically, must have completed at least one academic year with their institution and must have competed in at least 50 percent of the institution's competition.