Six Cougars Named WCC All-Academic


PROVO, Utah - BYU women's volleyball seniors Lyndie Haddock-Eppich and Roni Jones-Perry, junior Mary Lake and sophomore Kennedy Eschenberg were named to the 2018 West Coast Conference All-Academic Team, the conference announced.

Seniors Lacy Haddock and Sydnie Martindale were also named All-Academic honorable mention.

The Cougars' four WCC All-Academic Team members are the most of any program in the conference and the most by a BYU team in a single season.

At the conclusion of each athletic season, the WCC selects an all-academic squad for each WCC-sponsored sport. To be considered, a student-athlete must maintain at least a 3.20 cumulative grade point average while also being a significant contributor to her team. 

Lindsey CalvinSaint Mary'sSr.3.88English
Sarah ChaseSaint Mary'sSr.3.96Kinesiology
Kennedy EschenbergBYUJr.3.76Elementary Education
Hannah FrohlingPepperdineJr.3.95Sports Medicine
Emma JohnsonLMUJr.3.84Psychology
Roni Jones-PerryBYUSr.3.63Exercise Science
Lindsey KnudsenSaint Mary'sSr.3.97Economics
Lyndie Haddock-EppichBYUSr.3.39Public Health
Mary LakeBYUJr.3.68Accounting
Chloe LoreenSanta ClaraSo.3.80Mechanical Engineering
Lauren NaatzPortlandSr.3.74Biology
Cali ThompsonPortlandJr.3.65Biology

Honorable Mention

BYU: Lacy Haddock, Sydnie Martindale

Gonzaga:  Chapin Gray, Jenna Kuehn, Sarah Penner, Faith Smith

Loyola Marymount: Tess Reid, Savannah Slattery, Meredith Teague, Kekai Whitford

Pacific: Lauren Cline, Alex Holt

Pepperdine: Heidi Dyer, Alli O’Hara, Jaiden Farr

Portland: Reghan Pukis, Elizabeth “Liz” Reich

Saint Mary’s: Emily Bible, Jennifer “Boo” Laird, Sienna Young

San Diego: Anna Newsome, Megan Priest, Roxie Wiblin

San Francisco: Marjolijn Oskam, Emily Zinger

Santa Clara: Anna McCreadie, Taylor Odom, Gretchen Reinert