Miller Tabbed Academic All-American of the Year

June 13, 2008

ATLANTA – Georgia Tech’s Kristi Miller has been tabbed ESPN the Magazine’s At-Large Academic All-American of the Year, as announced by the Collegiate Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) this week.

Miller, who graduated from Georgia Tech in four years with a 4.0 GPA as a history, technology and society major, earned the No. 1 national ranking in singles during her career and led the Yellow Jackets to an NCAA Title, two ITA National Team Indoor Championships, three ACC Tournament titles and four ACC Regular Season Championships during her career on the Flats.

In addition to earning the Academic All-American of the Year honor, Miller received first-team Academic All-America accolades for the third time in her career (freshmen are not eligible for Academic All-America honors).

Miller now embarks on a career as a professional tennis player, and plays her first tournament as a professional this weekend.

ESPN The Magazine Academic All-America Teams
First Team – University Division

Kristi Miller, Georgia Tech, Sr., Marysville, Mich., 4.0 GPA in History Technology & Society
Amanda Blumenherst, Duke, Jr., Scottsdale, Ariz., 3.78 GPA in History
Hilary Bowen, Northwestern, Jr., Rochester, NY, 3.87 GPA in Human Development and Psychological Services
Molly Crispell, Penn State, Sr., Boalsburg, Penn., 4.0 GPA in Bio-Behavioral Health
Stacy Lewis, Arkansas, Sr., The Woodlands, Tex., 3.73 GPA in Finance and Accounting
Kelly Zahalka, U.S. Naval Academy, Jr., Richmond, Va., 4.0 GPA in Honors History
Rachel Dawson, North Carolina, Sr., Berlin, NJ, 3.63 GPA in Business
Imke Reimers, Nebraska, Sr., Papenburg, Germany, 3.98 GPA in Mathematics/Economics
Azahara Munoz, Arizona State, Jr., Malaga, Spain, 3.90 GPA in Psychology
Kate Burdick, Michigan State, Sr., Ann Arbor, Mich., 3.99 GPA in Kinesiology
Kara Denby, Auburn, Sr., Simi Valley, Calif., 3.93 GPA in Pre-Med
Vanessa Andrews, Tulsa, Sr., Davis, Calif., 4.0 GPA in Geosciences
Diana Martinez, South Carolina-Upstate, Sr., Medellin, Colombia, 4.00 GPA in Economics
Gretchen Kittelberger, Maryland, Graduate Student, Webster, NY, 4.0 GPA in Kinesiology
Christine Magnuson, Tennessee, Sr., Tinley Park, Ill., 3.80 GPA in Exercise Science

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