Two Jackets Named to All-ACC Academic Women's Track and Field Team

June 29, 2007

ATLANTA – Ashlee Kidd and Elena Linn were named to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference Academic women’s track and field team announced Friday by the conference office and commissioner John D. Swofford.

Kidd, a senior from St. Petersburg, Fla., finished her stellar career at Tech with a third-place finish in the 400-meter dash at the NCAA Championships last month to earn her sixth career All-America honor. The management major, who is an 11-time ACC Champion and two-time ACC Indoor Most Valuable Performer, garnered her second All-ACC Academic team nod.

Linn, a junior Economic and International Affairs major from Marietta, Ga., garnered All-ACC honors in the 3,000-meter steeplechase and earned a trip to the NCAA East Region Championships. The distance runner earned her first selection to the All-ACC Academic team.

To be eligible for consideration, a student-athlete must have earned a 3.00 grade point average for the previous semester and maintained a 3.00 cumulative average during his academic career.

2007 All-ACC Women’s Academic Track & Field Team

Victoria Allen, Florida State -So. -Apparel Design & Technology
Toni Aluko, Maryland -Jr. -Kinesiological Science
Caitlin Bailey, Boston College -Fr. -Biology
Kandia Batchelor, Florida State -Jr. -Management
Amy Bilmanis, Virginia -So. -Undeclared
Linda Buchholz, Clemson -Fr. -Parks, Recreation, & Tourism Mgt.
Kristi Castlin, Virginia Tech -Fr. -Political Science
Ashley Early, Virginia Tech -Fr. -Human Development
Tasmin Fanning, Virginia Tech -So. -Human Nutrition, Foods, & Exercise
Stephanie Garcia, Virginia -Fr. -Undeclared
Billie-Jo Grant, Virginia -Gr. -Educational Psychology-Social Foundations
Sherlenia Green, Virginia Tech -Jr. -Sociology
Gunild Kreb, Virginia Tech -Sr. -Curriculum and Instruction
Queen Harrison, Virginia Tech -Fr. -University Studies
Jemissa Hess, NC State -Sr. -Art Applications
Kasey Hill, Boston College -Sr. -Marketing
Debra Huss, Florida State -Sr. -Biological Science
Caroline Kennedy, Clemson -Fr. -Health Science
Ashlee Kidd, Georgia Tech -Sr. -Management
Georgia Kloss, North Carolina -Sr. -Fine Arts
Kayla Lawson, NC State -Fr. -Biological Sciences
Elena Linn, Georgia Tech -Jr. -Economics & International Affairs
Madeline McKeever, Duke -So. -Biology
Sally Meyerhoff, Duke -Sr. -History
Kaitlin Nazario, Miami -Jr. -Elementary Education
Dania Pucurs, Duke -Jr. -Economics
Katie Read, Virginia -Jr. -Religious Studies
Tiana Riel, Boston College -Jr. -English
Kristina Roth, NC State -Sr. -Art Applications
Shannon Rowbury, Duke -GS -Humanities
Kara Scanlin, Virginia -GS -Education
Michelle Seibert, Duke -So. -Biological Anthro. & Anatomy
Natalie Sherbak, Virginia Tech -So. -Marketing Management
Michelle Sikes, Wake Forest -Sr. -Mathematical Economics
Ayla Smith, Virginia -Fr. -Undeclared
Keyla Smith, Florida State -Jr. -Marketing
Britni Spruill, Virginia Tech -Jr. -Human Nutrition, Foods, & Exercise
Debra Vento, Duke -Sr. -Psychology
Asia Washington, Virginia Tech -Fr. -Business
Liane Weber, Clemson -Fr. -Health Science
Elizabeth Wort, Duke -Sr. -Psychology

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