Tatiana Littlefield | Posted: 22 Nov 2017 | Updated: 8 Nov 2020

Bowen named to WCC All-Academic Team

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SAN BRUNO, Calif. – Bizzy Bowen was named to the West Coast Conference All-Academic Team for the third year in a row, as announced by the WCC on Wednesday.

Bowen was one of 11 players selected to the all-academic team. Five other members of the BYU women's soccer squad received All-Academic Honorable Mention: Lizzy Braby, Elise Flake, Stephanie Ney, Madie Siddoway and Brittain Steiner.

A senior, Bowen, boasts a 3.89 GPA and is studying business marketing. She will graduate in April.

Ney is being mentioned for the third time and Siddoway earned her second mention.

To be considered for the conference's all-academic team, a student-athlete must have a 3.20 cumulative grade point average and play significant minutes throughout the season.

2017 WCC All-Academic Team
Name School Class GPA Major
Gudrun Arnardottir Santa Clara Jr. 3.75 Economics
Kendall Biotech Pacific Jr. 3.97 Health, Exercise and Sport Science
Hannah Diaz Saint Mary's Sr. 3.54 Politics
Sonja Giraud San Francisco Sr. 3.54 International Business
Tianna Helm Gonzaga Sr. 3.75 Accounting
Rachel Lusby Portland Jr. 3.58 Business
Bizzy Bowen BYU Sr. 3.89 Business Marketing
Mason Summer San Diego Jr. 3.58 Undeclared
Emma Tynauer Loyola Marymount R-Jr. 3.88 Biology
Kat Uhl Santa Clara Sr. 3.92 Business
Bri Visalli Pepperdine Sr. 3.81 Economics

2017 WCC All-Academic Honorable Mention

Sigrid Aas, Pacific; Hailai Arghandiwal, Santa Clara; Ashley Arnett, Pacific; Taylor Ayers, Pacific; Julia Beck, Pacific; Lizzy Braby, BYU; Kelley Carusa, San Diego; Katelyn Chandler, Pacific; Shelby Cormier, Loyola Marymount; Jaylen Crim, Saint Mary’s; Jordyn Cunningham, Saint Mary’s; Lucy Davidson, Portland; Anyssa Dominguez, Saint Mary’s; Jackie Dutton, Saint Mary’s; Jasmine Edwards, Saint Mary’s; Jill Farley, Loyola Marymount; Elise Flake, BYU; Jessica Fogel, Pacific; Madeline Gotta, Gonzaga; Hannah Griffiths Boston, Portland; Kimberly Hazlett, Portland; Meghan Healy, Pepperdine; Regan Heslop, Pacific; Alex Hussar, Pacific; India Jencks, Gonzaga; Natalie Kennedy, Santa Clara; Abby King, San Diego; Valerie LaForge, Saint Mary’s; Loren Landrus, Pacific; Melissa Lewis, Loyola Marymount; Melissa Lowder, Santa clara; Izzie Lueken, San Francisco; Desiree Major, San Francisco; Maddy Marotta, San Diego; Courtney Merrill, Pepperdine; Natalie Muth, Portland; Stephanie Ney, BYU; Ally Ocon, San Diego; Anna Parker, Saint Mary’s; Kellie Peay, Santa Clara; Brielle Preece, Pepperdine; Delaney Baie Pridham, Santa Clara; Larkin Russell, Portland; Sophie Santos, Saint Mary’s; Heather Seybert, Saint Mary’s; Madie Siddoway, BYU; Autumn Smithers, San Francisco; Brittain Steiner, BYU; Emily Tanaka, Pepperdine; Hannah Terry, Pacific; Jodi Ulkekul, Gonzaga; Ariel Viera, Portland; Sophia Viviano, Gonzaga; Halle Walls, San Diego; Mary Witkowski, Pacific; Kaycie Young, Portland; Brook

For the official release, visit WCCsports.com.

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