2015 All-ACC Academic Women’s Swimming & Diving Team Announced

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2015 All-ACC Academic Women’s Swimming & Diving Team Announced

Louisville’s Kelsi Worrell named Scholar-Athlete of the Year, Florida State University lands five and University of Miami one. Shaun Casey (Daytona) and CeCe Williams (Tallahassee) also on the list


GREENSBORO, N.C. (theACC.com) – Louisville junior Kelsi Worrell has been named the 2015 Atlantic Coast Conference Women’s Swimming & Diving Scholar-Athlete of the Year and headlines the 2015 All-ACC Academic Women’s Swimming & Diving Team, as announced today.

An exercise science major from Mt. Holly, New Jersey, Worrell captured two individual national championships in the 100 fly and 200 fly at the 2015 NCAA Championships, as she set an American, NCAA and U.S. Open record with her 100 fly swim. In total, Worrell captured six All-America accolades at the NCAAs and grabbed six All-ACC honors, including two gold medals, at the 2015 ACC Championships.

Twelve of the thirteen ACC schools that sponsor women’s swimming and diving are represented on the All-Academic Team, led by Virginia with eight student-athletes. NC State and Pitt have six apiece, while Florida State and Louisville have five representatives. Duke has four, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Notre Dame have three, followed by Clemson, Miami and Virginia Tech with two each.

The ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year awards were established in September 2007 to be awarded annually to the top junior or senior student-athlete in their respective sports. Candidates for the awards must have maintained a 3.0 grade point average for their career as well as a 3.0 for each of the last two semesters.

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

Name, School, Year, Major

Sarah Braun, Clemson, So., Elementary Education

Allison Brophy, Clemson, Fr., General Engineering

Leah Goldman, Duke, Fr., Undeclared

Jaimee Gundry, Duke, Jr., Biology

Kendall McClenney, Duke, Jr., Public Policy Studies

Kiera Molloy, Duke, Jr., Psychology

Caroline Gerhardt, Florida State, Fr., Exercise Science

Natalie Pierce, Florida State, Fr., Exploratory

Katrina Young, Florida State, Sr., Music

Kaitlyn Dressel, Florida State, Sr., Studio Art

Lydia Ware, Florida State, Jr., Exercise Science

Kate Brandus, Georgia Tech, Sr., Public Policy

Caroline Price, Georgia Tech, Fr., Industrial Engineering

Shannon Lumbra @, Georgia Tech, Jr., Business Administration

Abigail Chin, Louisville, Sr., Liberal Studies

Andrea Cotrell, Louisville , So., Sport Administration

Andrea Kneppers, Louisville, Jr., Marketing

Emily Stalmack, Louisville, Sr., Early Education

Kelsi Worrell, Louisville, Jr., Exercise Science

Cheyenne Cousineau, Miami, Sr., Psychology

Thea Vock #, Miami, Gr., Physiology Strength & Conditioning

Kristin Connors, NC State, Sr., Environmental Engineering

Lotta Nevalainen @, NC State, So., Communication

Natalie Labonge @, NC State, So., Communication

Alexia Zevnik @, NC State, So., Biological Sciences and Business Administration

Krista Duffield, NC State, Fr., Engineering

Katelyn Linker, NC State, Sr., Biological Sciences

Katie McKay, North Carolina, So., Psychology

Emma Nunn #, North Carolina, Jr., Romance Languages and Global Studies

Abigail Fisher, North Carolina, Jr., Psychology

Emma Gaboury, Notre Dame, Jr., Science Preprofessional

Sherri McIntee, Notre Dame, Fr., Undeclared

Reaney, Emma @, Notre Dame, Sr., Design

Katriona Blezy, Pitt, So., Mechanical Engineering

Kinga Cichowska, Pitt, So., Business Finance

Alexandra Iwanicki, Pitt, Jr., Arts & Sciences Business Dual Major

Jessica Nederlanden, Pitt, Sr., Rhetoric & Communication

Charlene Yuan, Pitt, So., Biological Sciences

Lauren Mills, Pitt, Sr., Economics

Courtney Bartholomew @, Virginia, Jr., Media Studies & Foreign Affairs

Shaun Casey %, Virginia, Sr., Spanish

Emily Dicus #, Virginia, Sr., Kinesiology

Kaitlyn Jones @, Virginia, So., Engineering

Laura Simon @, Virginia, So., Undeclared

Leah Smith, Virginia, So., Undeclared

Cece Williams, Virginia, Fr., Undeclared

Ellen Williamson #, Virginia, Sr., Engineering

Kaylea Arnett, Virginia Tech, Sr., Philosophy

Caroline Buscaglia, Virginia Tech, So., Political Science


@ denotes two-time honoree

# denotes three-time honoree

% denotes four-time honoree


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