Women's Track & Field Awards and Honors

13 named MPSF All-Academic for indoor track

(Photo by Dave Broberg)

WOODLAND, Calif. – Thirteen members of BYU women’s track and field received Mountain Pacific Sports Federation All-Academic Honors for the 2015 indoor track and field season.

To qualify for the honor, student-athletes must meet the following standards:

·      Maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA

·      Must be at least a sophomore academically

·      Must have competed in 50 percent or more of the team’s competitions

·      Must have completed one full academic year at the school prior to the season for which the award is being received

Below is a list of the Cougar athletes honored in a release by the MPSF April 10:

NAME GPA CLASS EVENT HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS SCHOOL
Emily Allen 3.9 Sophomore Distance Lehi, UT/Lehi HS
Marissa Appiah 3.97 Sophomore Jumps N Salt Lake, UT/Woods Cross HS
Natalie Shields-Connolly 3.79 Sophomore Distance Salt Lake City, UT/East HS
Alyssa Monteverde-Dalton 3.2 Junior Sprints/Hurdles Fresno, CA/Univ. of Oregon
Ashley Ehardt 3.86 Junior Throws Colorado Springs, CO/Rampart HS
Sierra Hansen 3.41 Sophomore Pole Vault Dana Point, CA/Dana Hills HS
Meaghan Heffelfinger 3.37 Junior Throws Folsom, CA/Vista Del Lago HS
Carrie Jube 3.3 Junior Distance Provo, UT/Timpview HS
Nicole Laws 3.54 Sophomore Pentathlon Provo, UT/Provo HS
Maleah McMullin 3.91 Sophomore Pole Vault Gilbert, AZ/Highland HS
Kaylee Packham 3.96 Junior Hurdles Fort Collins, CO/Loveland HS
Jennica Redd 3.24 Senior Distance Orem, UT/Mountain View HS
Erika Reddish-Nash 3.34 Sophomore Distance Murrieta, CA/Murrieta HS
Angela Shields 3.77 Senior Hurdles Hurricane, UT/Hurricane HS
Kylee Trageser 3.00 Sophomore Pole Vault Shingle Spring, CA/Ponderosa HS
Cassandra Woodall 3.49 Junior Throws Manteca, CA/East Union HS