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BYU Finishes Athletic Year At No. 18 In Sears Cup Rankings

PROVO -- A women's cross country national championship, two individual national titles in both women's track and men's gymnastics and a revitalized basketball team headlined the 1999-2000 BYU sports season. The Cougars were among the top 20 overall athletic programs in the nation with an 18th place finish in the Sears Cup.

In the inaugural season of the Mountain West Conference, the Cougars picked up where they left off in the WAC. The 1999-2000 sports season saw BYU produce five national champions, 38 All-Americans and 56 All-Conference athletes. Out of the 19 MWC sports, Cougar athletes claimed nearly half of the MWC Player of the Year and MWC Freshman of the Year awards, with nine in each category. They also claimed seven of the 19 MWC Coach of the Year awards. Cougar teams placed first or second in the conference in 15 of the 19 sports, with 11 first place finishes and four second place finishes. Some of the greatest performances of this past year included a No. 1 national finish by the women's cross country team, as well as No. 1 finishes by senior gymnasts Guard Young (vault) and Cortney Bramwell (rings), and female tracksters Susan Taylor (1,500-meter) and Tara Rohatinsky (10,000-meter). The men's basketball team had their best season in five years, posting wins over every team in the conference, placing second in the MWC tournament and making it to the third round of the NIT.

Women's Cross Country

To start the year off, the women's cross country team continued its dominance by winning a second NCAA title in three years. BYU began the year at No. 1, but after placing second behind Stanford in the Triple Crown and third behind Stanford and Arkansas in the Stanford Cross Country Invitational, BYU fell to fourth in the nation. But the Cougars turned it on when it counted the most, dominating the MWC Championships and going on to win the national title by a 53-point margin. Women's cross country becomes the first BYU team to win two national titles and they claimed the sixth NCAA team title in BYU history (men's volleyball, 1999; women's cross country, 1997; football, 1984; men's golf, 1981; men's track & field, 1970). The men's cross country team also dominated the MWC Championships and went on to place 30th in the nation.


In September, the football team began the season by beating nemesis Washington on a last-second pass from senior Kevin Feterik to freshman Chris Hale. The next week, the conference season began when the Cougars delivered a thumping to No. 23 Colorado State, 34-13, in the first-ever MWC sporting event. With the two big victories, the Cougars jumped to No. 17 in the national rankings. After a loss to Virginia, BYU ran off six straight victories, securing at least a share of the first-ever MWC title. The wins moved the Cougars to a No. 12 ranking before losing to Wyoming and Utah in the final two games, which forced BYU to share the conference title with Colorado State and Utah. Despite two losses to finish the season, the Cougars received an invitation to play in the Motor City Bowl in Detroit against Marshall. Heisman finalist Chad Pennington and undefeated Marshall scored three touchdowns and held the Cougar ground attack to minus 16 yards rushing as the Thundering Herd beat the Cougars, 21-3, to remain undefeated on the year.

Women's Volleyball

The women's volleyball team put their No. 4 preseason national ranking on the line as they faced Michigan in their first match of the year at the Georgia Invitational. They lost to the Wolverines but went on to beat Georgia and Toledo in the same tournament. Throughout the season BYU lost only one conference match, winning the regular season conference title and advancing to the NCAA tournament. After victories over Princeton in the first round and Wisconsin in the second round, the Cougars found themselves in the Sweet 16 before losing to fourth ranked Florida. BYU finished the season with No. 9 and No. 13 national polls.


In soccer, the Cougars started the year with an overtime victory against Arizona State and ended the first year of MWC play with an overtime victory against San Diego State. The team finished the exciting year by winning the conference tournament, making the NCAA tournament and finishing the year at No. 20 in the nation. BYU lost in the second round of the NCAA tournament to No. 1 Santa Clara. This was the third year in a row that BYU has lost to Santa Clara in the tournament. The Cougars had a stingy defense that recorded 10 shut outs, including three in a row, and they were undefeated at home.

Women's & Men's Basketball

Both the women's and men's BYU basketball teams posted 20-plus wins on their way to second place finishes in their respective MWC tournaments. The women started the year with four straight wins before losing to No. 9 UC-Santa Barbara. The Cougars continued winning as they finished the year at 22-9 and made an appearance in the NCAA tournament. One of the most notable differences on BYU campus this year was the return of a winning men's basketball team. The Cougar basketball team brought some excitement back to the Marriott Center this year as they garnered victories over every conference opponent, including the first win over Utah in five years. The season also included a regular season sweep of conference champion, UNLV and victories over each in-state foe, Utah State, Weber State, Utah and Southern Utah. In Steve Cleveland's third year as head coach, the Cougars were invited to the NIT where they defeated Bowling Green in the first round and Southern Illinois in the second round before falling at Notre Dame in the quarterfinals.

Women's & Men's Gymnastics

The women's gymnastics team, led by sophomore All-American Kelly Parkinson, had another successful season, including a new all-time team high score of 196.525 against Southern Utah. The team scores at the end of the year were good enough to qualify them for Regionals, where they placed second behind Georgia. At the regional meet, a team score of 194.700 was good enough to qualify them for the NCAA meet. At nationals, the Cougars finished at No. 11 in the nation. This year's men's gymnastics team included two returning national champions in seniors Guard Young (vault) and Cortney Bramwell (rings). Both gymnasts successfully defended their titles, repeating as national champions once again in 2000. In its last season at BYU, men's gymnastics had its best season ever, breaking the single-meet team scoring record in the last regular season meet (228.525) and breaking it again in the team's last meet ever by scoring a 228.625 at the NCAA championships. The team finished the year at No. 7 in the nation.


The wrestling program, also in its last year at BYU, had one of its best years in recent memory, with five wrestlers qualifying for the NCAA tournament and a No. 37 national finish. Rangi Smart, Chris Miller, Aaron Holker, Trent Rollins and Rocky Smart all qualified for the NCAA tournament. The year included a fundraising meet at the Delta Center against the No. 1 team in the nation, Iowa, and two strong victories against No. 20 Oregon State and Air Force to finish the regular season.

Men's Volleyball

The defending national champion men's volleyball team started the 2000 campaign with a victory over Loyola-Chicago and reeled off 11 straight home victories before Ohio State ended the Cougars' 40 game home win streak. The team recorded its fourth straight 15-win season with a record of 18-9. UCLA ended the Cougars' chances at another title by beating BYU 3-0 in the first round of the MPSF tournament. The Cougars finished third in the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation and sixth in the nation.

Women's & Men's Swimming & Diving

Both women's and men's swimming and diving teams finished first in the conference, with each team producing two All-Americans. Senior Rachelle Smith Kunkel was one dive away from a national title, but finished sixth overall. The women's team finished 29th nationally and the men finished at No. 33. The teams swept MWC Diver of the Year honors with Kunkel and senior Devan Porter while coach Keith Russell was named MWC Diving Coach of the Year.

Men's & Women's Golf

Despite a team-best second place regional finish, the men's golf team finished a disappointing fourth in the MWC tournament and 28th in the NCAA tournament. The team, which was ranked No. 6 nationally most of the year, was led by senior All-American Andy Miller, who helped guide the Cougars to eight tournament wins. The women's team finished second in the conference and 39th in the national polls. They were led by MWC Co-Player of the Year, sophomore Carrie Summerhays.

Women's & Men's Track

This year's track and field teams produced two more BYU national champions in senior Susan Taylor and sophomore Tara Rohatinsky. Taylor surprised many when she won the 1,500-meter race this spring at the NCAA Championships. She ran in the middle of the pack for most of the race, but passed everyone in her kick to the finish line. Rohatinsky, a cross country and track All-American, won the 10,000-meter race, helping the Cougars to a fourth-place national finish in outdoor track and a sixth-place finish in indoor track. The conference title was the women's 13th consecutive outdoor title and sixth consecutive indoor title. The men also won both the indoor and outdoor track conference titles, finishing 27th nationally in outdoor track and 34th in indoor track. All-American Jim Roberts moved up to second place on the BYU all-time list in the shot put.

Men's & Women's Tennis

Sophomore Gert Vilms and senior Damien Ward finished 19th nationally in men's tennis doubles as they helped the men's team to a third-place conference finish and No. 66 national finish. In women's tennis, Eline Chiew led the team to a 11-9 record as Chiew went on to a 97th place finish in women's singles. The Cougars placed second in the Mountain West Conference.


On February 4th, 2000, the BYU women's softball team recorded its first victory ever, beating Sacramento State, 3-2, in the San Jose Early Bird Invitational. In the first season of women's softball at BYU, the Cougars went 7-13. After splitting a double-header with conference leader Utah to end the regular season, BYU finished its inaugural season after a close loss to UNLV in the MWC tournament.


With a new stadium under construction and a new coach in Vance Law, the BYU baseball team has a bright future. Highlights of the season included Law's first collegiate victories coming in a two-game sweep at No. 19 Arizona, the Cougars upset at No. 2 Alabama and the groundbreaking for BYU's new Miller Park, which began in May. The team ended the season at an even 29-29, finishing third in the conference. Matt Carson, the MWC Freshman of the Year, had a .449 conference-leading batting average in league play. Jeff Stone won a conference-high 10 games to enhance his career record to 21-6. BYU's .327 batting average ranked among the top teams in the nation and Cougar senior Craig Peterson and junior Aaron Whitley were ranked at one time in the NCAA leaders in batting average and triples, respectively.

Sears Cup Finish: 18th

Conf Finish

Team Ssn/Trn. National Record Notes

W Cross Country 1st 1st 129-5 2 National Title in 3 years

M Cross Country 1st 30th 75-40 3 straight conference titles

Football 1st - 8-4 Motor City Bowl

W Volleyball 1st/2nd 9/13th 28-5 Sweet 16 NCAA Tourney

M Volleyball 3d(MPSF) 6th 18-9 4 straight 15-win seasons

W Soccer 1st/1st 20th 21-4-0 MWC Tournament Champions

W Basketball 2nd - 22-9 Lost to OK 81-86 in NCAA's

M Basketball 6th/2nd - 22-11 Advanced to 3rd round NIT

W Tennis 2nd 44th 11-9 Chiew fin 97th in singles

M Tennis 3rd 66th 12-10 Vilms & Ward fin.19th in dbls

Softball 5th - 7-13 First year as varsity sport

Baseball 3rd - 29-29 New Head Coach Vance Law

W Outdoor Track 1st 4th - 2 National Champions

M Outdoor Track 1st 27th - 3 straight conference titles

W Indoor Track 1st 6th - 6 straight conference titles

M Indoor Track 1st 34th - 11 straight conference titles

W Swim & Diving 1st 29th 6-1 2 All-Americans

M Swim & Diving 1st 33rd 5-3 2 All-Americans

M Golf 4th 28th/6th - 8 tournament wins

W Golf 2nd 39th - Summerhays MWC plyr of yr

W Gymnastics 2d(Rgn2) 11th 11-11 2nd place regional finish

M Gymnastics 5th(MPSF) 7th 6-4 2 National Champions

Wrestling N/A 37th 7-7 5 NCAAQualifiers(RangiSmart,

Chris Miller, Aaron Holker, Trent

Rollins, Rocky Smart)

National Champions: (5)

Name Event Sport Year

1999 Women's Cross Country

Susan Taylor 1,500 M Outdoor Track Sr

Tara Rohatinsky 10,000 M Outdoor Track So

Guard Young vault Men's Gymnastics Sr

Cortney Bramwell still rings Men's Gymnastics Sr

All-Americans: (38)

Name Team Sport Year

Elizabeth Jackson 1st team W Cross Country Sr

Kara Ormond 1st team W Cross Country Sr

Tara Rohatinsky 1st team W Cross Country So

Sharolyn Shields 1st team W Cross Country Jr

Laura Heiner 1st team W Cross Country So

Rob Morris 2nd team Football Sr

Lucas Staley 3rd team freshman Football Fr

Anna-Lena Smith 2nd team W Volleyball Sr

Nina Puikkonen 2nd team W Volleyball So

Sunny Tonga 1st team freshman W Volleyball Fr

Maren Hendershot 1st team Soccer Sr

Staci Reynolds 2nd team Soccer Jr

Erin Thorn 1st team freshman W Basketball Fr

Matt Carson 2nd team freshman Baseball Fr

Kainoa Obrey H. M. Freshman Baseball Fr

Susan Taylor 1st team W Outdoor Track Sr

Jeana Bingham 1st team W Outdoor Track Jr

Kirsten Bolm 1st team W Outdoor Track Sr

Marty Hernandez 1st team W Outdoor Track Sr

Tara Rohatinsky 1st team W Outdoor Track So

Melanie Steere 1st team W Outdoor Track Jr

Curtis Pugsley 1st team M Outdoor Track Fr

Jim Roberts 1st team M Outdoor Track Jr

Holly Gibbons 1st team W Indoor Track So

Kirsten Bolm 1st team W Indoor Track Sr

Tara Haynes 1st team W Indoor Track Jr

Elizabeth Jackson 1st team W Indoor Track Jr

Lindsay Nadauld 1st team W Indoor Track Sr

Sherida Rogers 1st team W Indoor Track So

Susan Taylor 1st team W Indoor Track Sr

Jeff Hansen 1st team M Indoor Track Jr

Jim Roberts 1st team M Indoor Track Jr

Rachelle Kunkel 1st team W Swim & Diving Sr

Jennifer Tasker 2nd team W Swim & Diving Jr

Aaron Russell 2nd team M Swim & Diving Fr

Arunas Savickas 2nd team M Swim & Diving Jr

Andy Miller 2nd team M Golf Sr

Kelly Parkinson 2nd team W Gymnastics So

Guard Young 1st team M Gymnastics Sr

Cortney Bramwell 1st team M Gymnastics Sr

1999-2000 season

All-Mountain West Conference Athletes: (56)

Name Team Sport Year

Elizabeth Jackson 1st team Cross Country Sr

Kara Ormond 1st team Cross Country Sr

Tara Rohatinsky 1st team Cross Country So

Sharolyn Shields 1st team Cross Country Jr

Laura Heiner 1st team Cross Country So

Sarah Ellett 1st team Cross Country Fr

Lindsay Nadauld 1st team Cross Country Sr

Sherida Rogers 1st team Cross Country Fr

Tara Haynes 1st team Cross Country Jr

John Hedengren 1st team Cross Country So

Randon Richards 1st team Cross Country Sr

Marc Lawson 1st team Cross Country Sr

David Danley 2nd team Cross Country Fr

Nathan Harrison 2nd team Cross Country Jr

Matt Poulsen 2nd team Cross Country Sr

Kevin Feterik 1st team Football Sr

Matt Johnson 1st team Football Sr

Margin Hooks 1st team Football Jr

Byron Frisch 1st team Football Sr

Rob Morris 1st team Football Sr

Brian Gray 1st team Football Sr

Jimmy Richards 2nd team Football Sr

Setema Gali, Jr. 2nd team Football Jr

Justin Ena 2nd team Football So

Owen Pochman 2nd team Football Jr

Nina Puikkonen 1st team Volleyball So

Anna-Lena Smith 1st team Volleyball Sr

Caroline Bower 1st team Volleyball Sr

Sunny Tonga 1st team freshman Volleyball Fr

Maren Hendershot 1st team Soccer Sr

Staci Reynolds 1st team Soccer Jr

Sara Reading 1st team Soccer Jr

Kim Lowe 2nd team Soccer Jr

Jennifer Waldron 2nd team Soccer So

Jill Adams 1st team W Basketball Sr

Erin Thorn 2nd team W Basketball Fr

Mekeli Wesley 2nd team M Basketball Jr

Eline Chiew 1st singles Tennis Sr

Jodi Richardson 1st singles Tennis Jr

Richardson/Kelly 1st doubles Tennis Jr/Sr

Chiew/Oswald 1st doubles Tennis Sr/Fr

Damien Ward 1st singles Tennis Sr

Carlos Lozano 1st singles Tennis Fr

Gert Vilms 1st singles Tennis So

Vilms/Ward 1st doubles Tennis So/Sr

Maryon Dewitt 1st team Softball Jr

Mindi Hanson 1st team Softball Jr

Nick Day 2nd team Baseball Sr

Seth King 2nd team Baseball Jr

Matt Carson 2nd team Baseball Fr

Andy Miller 1st team Golf Sr

Manuel Merizalde 1st team Golf So

Carrie Summerhays 1st team Golf So

Mountain West Conference

Athletes/Players of the Year: (9)

(19 MWC sports)

Name Sport Year

Elizabeth Jackson W Cross Country Sr

John Hedengren M Cross Country So

Nina Puikkonen W Volleyball So

Maren Hendershot Soccer Sr

Jim Roberts M Outdoor Track Jr

Kirsten Bolm W Indoor Track Sr

Rachelle Kunkel Diving Sr

Devan Porter Diving Sr

Carrie Summerhays W Golf So

Mountain West Conference

Freshman of the Year: (9)

Name Sport

Sarah Ellet W Cross Country

David Danley M Cross Country

Lucas Staley Football

Sunny Tonga W Volleyball

Erin Thorn W Basketball

Matt Carson Baseball

Anna-Lee Walcott W Outdoor Track

Curtis Pugsley M Outdoor Track

Anna-Lee Walcott W Indoor Track

Mountain West Conference

Coach of the Year: (7)

Name Sport

Patrick Shane W Cross Country

Craig Poole W Outdoor Track

Willard Hirschi M Outdoor Track

Craig Poole W Indoor Track

Willard Hirschi W Outdoor Track

Keith Russell M Diving

Bruce Brockbank M Golf

Mountain West Conference

Athlete of the week: (56)

Name Sport Week

Laura Heiner W Cross Country Oct. 6, 1999

Sharolyn Shields W Cross Country Sept. 22, 1999

John Hedengren M Cross Country Sept. 29, 1999

John Hedengren M Cross Country Oct. 20, 1999

Rob Morris Football (defense) Nov. 8, 1999

Kevin Feterik Football (offense) Nov. 1, 1999

Jared Lee Football (defense) Nov. 1, 1999

Owen Pochman Football (sp. teams) Oct. 25, 1999

Kevin Feterik Football (offense) Sept. 20, 1999

Kevin Feterik Football (offense) Sept. 13, 1999

Nina Puikkonen W Volleyball Nov. 8, 1999

Nina Puikkonen W Volleyball Oct. 11, 1999

Anna Lena Smith W Volleyball Sept. 13, 1999

Joaquin Acosta (MPSF) M Volleyball Jan. 21, 2000

Natalyn Lewis Soccer Sept. 7, 1999

Maren Hendershot Soccer Sept. 27, 1999

Erin Thorn W Basketball Dec. 6, 1999

Jill Adams W Basketball Jan. 17, 2000

Stacy Jensen W Basketball Feb. 14, 2000

Mekeli Wesley M Basketball Dec. 13, 1999

Terrell Lyday M Basketball Jan. 10, 2000

Kim Kelly W Tennis March 1, 2000

Gert Vilmes M Tennis March 1, 2000

Carlos Lozano M Tennis March 13, 2000

Carlos Lozano M Tennis April 14, 2000

Micah Mangrum Baseball Feb. 8, 2000

Matt Carson Baseball March 14, 2000

Jeff Stone Baseball March 21, 2000

Seth King Baseball April 24, 2000

Nate Fernley Baseball May 15, 2000

Kirsten Bolm W Outdoor Track April 11, 2000

Susan Taylor W Outdoor Track April 18, 2000

Kirsten Bolm W Outdoor Track April 25, 2000

Becky Jackson W Outdoor Track May 9, 2000

Melanie Steere W Outdoor Track May 16, 2000

Kenneth Andam M Outdoor Track April 25, 2000

Kenneth Andam M Outdoor Track May 16, 2000

Kirsten Bolm W Indoor Track Feb. 15, 2000

Jeff Hansen M Indoor Track Feb. 1, 2000

Alan Gulledge M Indoor Track Feb. 1, 2000

Jim Roberts M Indoor Track Feb. 8, 2000

Rachelle Kunkel W Swim & Diving Nov. 10, 1999

Rachelle Kunkel W Swim & Diving Jan. 12, 2000

Amy Lueken W Swim & Diving Jan. 19, 2000

Rachelle Kunkel W Swim & Diving Jan. 19, 2000

Rachelle Kunkel W Swim & Diving Jan. 26, 2000

Arunas Savickas M Swim & Diving Nov. 10, 1999

Scott Randall M Swim & Diving Nov. 17, 1999

Gary Tan M Swim & Diving Nov. 17, 1999

Arunas Savickas M Swim & Diving Dec. 9, 1999

Devan Porter M Swim & Diving Jan. 19, 2000

Aaron Russell M Swim & Diving Feb. 2, 2000

Arunas Savickas M Swim & Diving Feb. 2, 2000

Carrie Summerhays W Golf March 30, 2000

Andy Miller M Golf March 23, 2000

Manuel Merizalde M Golf April 6, 2000

Other Awards:

Name Award Sport

Anna-Lena Smith MWC Setter of the Year Volleyball

Anna-Lena Smith AVCA All-District 7 Volleyball

Nina Puikkonen AVCA All-District 7 Volleyball

Nina Puikkonen All-MWC tournament team Volleyball

Maren Hendershot All-MWC tournament team Soccer

Staci Reynolds All-MWC tournament team Soccer

Sara Reading All-MWC tournament team Soccer

Sara Reading All-Region team Soccer

Jill Adams Utah Player of the Year W Basketball

Utah Tipoff Club

Jill Adams All-MWC tournament team W Basketball

Lori Cuff All-MWC tournament team W Basketball

Erin Thorn All-MWC tournament team W Basketball

Terrell Lyday MWC Newcomer of the Year M Basketball

Terrell Lyday All-MWC tournament team M Basketball

Mekeli Wesley Dist. 13 All-Star,2nd team M Basketball

LaVell Edwards Johnny Vaught Lifetime Football

Academic All-American Athletes: (3)

Name Team GPA Sport Major

Susan Taylor 1st team 3.82 Track & Field English

John Hedengren 2nd team 3.95 Track & Field Chem. Engineering

John Hedengren 3rd team 3.95 Cross Country Chem. Engineering

Academic All-Mountain

West Conference Athletes: (140)

Name Sport Year GPA Major

Sarah Ellett Cross Country Fr 3.02 English Teaching

Tara Haynes Cross Country Jr 3.31 Piano Performance

Laura Heiner Cross Country So 3.02 Undeclared

Kara Ormond Cross Country Sr 3.43 Community Health

Tara Rohatinsky Cross Country So 3.58 School Health

Sharolyn Shields Cross Country Jr 3.81 Fitness & Wellness Mgmt

David Danley Cross Country Fr 3.83 Zoology

John Hedengren Cross Country So 3.95 Chemical Engineering

Nathan Harrison Cross Country Jr 3.09 Civil Engineering

Marc Lawson Cross Country Sr 3.56 Accounting

Matt Poulsen Cross Country Sr 3.76 Exercise Science

Randon Richards Cross Country Sr 3.19 Computer Engineering

Gary Wilson Cross Country Sr 3.95 Theater and Media Arts

Ryan Denney Football So 3.55 Management

Brandon Doman Football So 3.19 Management

Cliff Doman Football Sr 3.46 Exercise Physiology

Douglas Harding Football Sr 3.15 Animal Science

Doug Henstrom Football Sr 3.77 Exercise Physiology

Chris Hoke Football Jr 3.10 Marketing Comm.

Jared Lee Football Jr 3.86 History

Tyler Nelson Football Sr 3.25 Accounting

Cory Ramage Football Jr 3.69 Electrical Engineering

Jesse Sowards Football Sr 3.18 Exercise Physiology

Lucas Staley Football Fr 3.22 Undeclared

Robert Warcup Football Sr 3.34 Construction Management

Andrew Fales Football Jr 3.81 Accounting

Caroline Bower Volleyball Sr 3.13 Sociology

Anna-Lena Smith Volleyball Sr 3.53 Athletic Training

Melissa Layton Volleyball Jr 3.39 Psychology

Nina Puikkonen Volleyball So 3.44 Zoology

Amber Anderson Soccer So 3.67 P. E. Teaching

Athelia Graham Soccer Jr 3.66 Spanish

Maren Hendershot Soccer Sr 3.22 Communications

Sarah Higham Soccer So 3.54 Elementary Education

Natalyn Lewis Soccer Jr 3.58 Communications

Kimberlee Lowe Soccer Jr 3.31 Athletic Training

Staci Reynolds Soccer Jr 3.31 Athletic Training

Jennifer Waldron Soccer So 3.19 P. E. Teaching

Leanne Weaver Soccer Sr 3.24 P. E. Teaching

Karen Wunderli Soccer Sr 3.72 Public School Teaching

Caroline Beus Basketball Jr 3.19 Rec Mgmt & Youth Ldrshp

Alisha Griffeth Basketball Sr 3.72 Accounting

Stacy Jensen Basketball So 3.03 Fitness & Wellness Mgmt

Lisa Osguthorpe Basketball So 3.39 French Teaching

Cady Williams Basketball Sr 3.17 Psychology Teaching

Todd Christensen Basketball Jr 3.21 Undeclared

Nathan Cooper Basketball Jr 3.07 Portuguese

Matthew Montague Basketball So 3.03 Management

Eric Nielson Basketball So 3.46 Civil Engineering

Gert Vilms Tennis So 3.54 Management

David White Tennis Jr 3.16 Finance

Eline Chiew Tennis Sr 3.75 Accounting

Tara Ferguson Tennis Sr 3.63 Electrical Engineering

Kimberly Kelly Tennis Sr 3.61 Accounting

Liza KhoudioarovoaTennis Fr 3.62 Computer Science

Dominique ReynoldsTennis Fr 3.45 Undeclared

Angie Christensen Softball Jr 3.14 School Health

Maryon Dewitt Softball Jr 3.25 School Health

Emily Fernley Softball Jr 3.40 Audio & Speech Path.

Mindi Hanson Softball Jr 3.33 Rec Mgmt & Youth Ldrshp

Lindsey Hodgen Softball Jr 3.17 Psychology

Megan Johnson Softball Fr 3.28 Undeclared

Bryn Kreipl Softball Fr 3.06 Undeclared

Shane Belliston Baseball Jr 3.00 Finance

Casey Cloward Baseball So 3.18 Undeclared

Michael Davies Baseball So 3.27 Public Relations

Craig Peterson Baseball Sr 3.42 Management

Aaron Whitley Baseball Jr 3.43 Management

Tyler Bushnell Track & Field So 3.52 Rec Mgmt & Youth Ldrshp

Seth Chappell Track & Field So 3.14 International Studies

David Chesser Track & Field Fr 3.14 Management

Scott Cummings Track & Field Jr 3.51 English

Tim Franklin Track & Field Jr 3.14 Psychology

Nathan Harrison Track & Field Sr 3.11 Civil Engineering

John Hedengren Track & Field Jr 3.95 Chemical Engineering

Jeffrey Hopkinson Track & Field Fr 3.31 Undeclared

Lewis Jones Track & Field So 3.77 English

Chris Kemp Track & Field Jr 3.67 Physics

Jeremy Kemp Track & Field So 3.39 Management

Marc Lawson Track & Field Sr 3.51 Accounting

Rodrick Mason Track & Field Jr 3.50 Community Health

Cody Olson Track & Field Jr 3.80 Exercise Science

Jeremiah Parker Track & Field So 3.76 Management

Daniel Parkinson Track & Field So 3.14 History

Dula Parkinson Track & Field So 3.93 Chemistry

Trevor Pettingill Track & Field Jr 3.43 Physical Therapy

Randon Richards Track & Field Sr 3.18 Computer Engineering

Jared Scott Track & Field Jr 3.41 P. E. Teaching

Eric Taylor Track & Field Jr 3.54 Economics

Shae Taylor Track & Field So 3.09 Exercise Science

Gary Wilson Track & Field Jr 3.96 Media Arts

Kristen Barnes Track & Field Jr 3.83 Economics

Anna Emily Barrus Track & Field So 3.67 English Teaching

Rebecca Beachler Track & Field So 3.37 History Teaching

Kirsten Bolm Track & Field Sr 3.55 Psychology

Marian Clayton Track & Field Jr 3.35 American Studies

Amy Curtis Track & Field Sr 3.41 School Health

Sarah Ellett Track & Field Fr 3.08 English Teaching

Nannette Evans Track & Field Fr 3.01 Undeclared

Holly Gibbons Track & Field So 3.60 Undeclared

Jolee Gillespie Track & Field Jr 3.69 History

Sara Higham Track & Field So 3.59 School Health

Laurel HildebrandtTrack & Field Sr 3.64 Human Biology

Jennifer Holman Track & Field Fr 3.25 Undeclared

Katie Martin Track & Field Fr 3.66 Undeclared

Aimee Nichols Track & Field So 3.29 Undeclared

Danna Rast Barker Track & Field So 3.16 School Health

Sharolyn Shields Track & Field Jr 3.83 Fitness & Wellness Mgmt

Kathryn Sorenson Track & Field Sr 3.48 Journalism

Melanie Steere Track & Field Jr 3.86 Dietetics

Vickie Tams Track & Field Jr 3.65 Math Education

Susan Taylor Track & Field Sr 3.82 English

Michael Buys Swimming So 3.76 Exercise Science

Alexander Denke Swimming Jr 3.28 Film

Joshua Johnston Swimming Fr 3.25 Chemical Engineering

John Lowry Swimming Sr 3.79 Accounting

Dewey Lucero Swimming So 3.10 Mechanical Engineering

Sean Moore Swimming Jr 3.69 Management

Robert Morris Swimming So 3.47 Accounting

Devan Porter Swimming Sr 3.26 Civil Engineering

Aaron Russell Swimming Fr 3.56 Undeclared

C. Farr Smith Swimming Jr 3.07 Facilities Management

Eric Talbot Swimming So 3.70 International Studies

Gary Tan Swimming Fr 3.04 Undeclared

Kelly Anderson Swimming So 3.13 Fitness & Wellness Mgmt

Laurel Bogner Swimming Fr 3.80 Undeclared

Nancy Collins Swimming Jr 3.37 Anthropology

Mary Duffin Swimming Sr 3.60 Civil Engineering

Kelli Einfeldt Swimming Fr 3.51 Undeclared

Amanda Grant Swimming Fr 3.97 Undeclared

Hanalee Hawkins Swimming Sr 3.57 Public Relations

Leah Jensen Swimming Fr 3.61 Undeclared

Heidi Lietz Swimming Fr 3.68 Undeclared

Amy Lueken Swimming So 3.65 Undeclared

Christine Merrell Swimming Sr 3.78 Chemical Engineering

Sonrisa Oles Swimming Fr 3.12 Undeclared

Toni Rogers Swimming So 3.55 Biology Comp. Teaching

Rachelle Kunkel Swimming Sr 3.64 Nursing

Jennifer Teerlink Swimming Jr 3.11 Environmental Geology

Anna V. Woolley Swimming Sr 3.98 Horticulture