Four CSU-Pueblo women’s soccer players, led by unanimous choice, Rikki Warmack, have been voted onto the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Academic All-Conference team, the RMAC announced Wednesday.
Warmack, a first-team selection to the squad, was joined by second-team selections, Sarah Deziel, Sarah Deffit, and Felicia Gilbreath.
Warmack, the 2007 RMAC Academic Player of the Year, was one of just three student-athletes in the conference to be unanimous first-team selections. Warmack is a nursing major carrying a 3.99 GPA.
Deziel, an exercise science major, carries a 3.91 GPA, is one of the ThunderWolves’ key midfielders, having posted two assists this season.
Deffit is a forward majoring in biology and carries a 4.0 GPA. She has recorded one goal and two assists thus far this season.
Gilbreath, one of the ThunderWolves’ key defenders, has helped the ThunderWolves post three shutouts this season while carrying a 3.6 GPA as a business major.
Also honored by the RMAC were Kiley Draper, Kara Morton, and Aubrielle Williams. The trio was named to the RMAC Academic Honor Roll.
With seven student-athletes being recognized on various tiers of academic all-conference recognition, the ThunderWolves boast the second most representatives on the team in the RMAC.