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FIRST TEAM - D.J. Augustin, sophomore, Texas, 3.64, education; x-Adam Emmenecker, senior, Drake 3.97, business and finance; Justin Hare, senior, Belmont, 3.87, exercise science, pre-med; Jack Leasure, senior, Coastal Carolina, 3.82, history; Brett Winkelman, junior, North Dakota State, 3.84, industrial engineering and management.
SECOND TEAM - A.J. Graves, senior, Butler, 3.35, actuarial science; Bryan Mullins, junior, Southern Illinois, 4.0, finance; Drew Neitzel, senior, Michigan State, 3.27, interdisciplinary humanities; Joe Reitz, senior, Western Michigan, 3.72, finance; Mike Schachtner, junior, Wisconsin-Green Bay, 3.81, psychology.
THIRD TEAM - Ryan Bright, senior, Sam Houston State, 3.59, kinesiology; Matt Nelson, senior, Boise State, 3.52, business; Greg Paulus, senior, Duke, 3.30, political science; Alex Ruoff, junior, West Virginia, 3.79, history; Drew Streicher, grad, Butler, 3.95, Chemistry (MBA).
College Division
FIRST TEAM - Jimmy Bartolotta, junior, MIT, 3.79, management science/physics; Eric Bieniasz, senior, St. Norbert, 4.0, business administration; Steve Dagostino, senior, Saint Rose, 3.88, accounting; Chris Pendleton, senior, Southern Virginia, 4.0, philosophy; x-Troy Ruths, senior, Washington, Mo., 4.0, computer science.
M, 4.0, business administration; Ben Falkenberg, junior, Mount Vernon Nazarene, 3.84, biology; Ryan Fiegi, senior, Oregon Tech, 3.77, management; Andrew Harris, senior, Middlebury, 3.91, molecular biology/biochemistry; Kenty Raymond, junior, Wheaton, Ill., 3.68, communication/rhetoric and culture
THIRD TEAM - Jack Rother, senior, Morningside, 3.91, business administration; Jesse Wagstaff, junior, Metropolitan State, 4.0, civil engineering; Tyler Winford, senior, Mississippi College, 3.96, biology; Trevor Wittwer, senior, Gustavus Adolphus, 3.89, health fitness.
x-Academic All-American of the Year
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