‘Cats Boast Record Number of Academic All-Big Ten Honorees

EVANSTON, Sick. — Northwestern pupil-athletes continue on to increase the common of excellence in the classroom as a program-file a hundred and one Wildcats gained Spring and At-Significant Academic All-Major Ten honors, bringing the 2019-twenty full to a college-file 288 recipients. 

“In the midst of unparalleled situation, our Wildcats have the moment yet again lifted the bar on accomplishment,” claimed Combe Family members Vice President for Athletics & Recreation Jim Phillips. “Their relentless determination to academic excellence at a planet-class institution, coupled with a passionate pursuit of championships at the optimum level of opposition and management in our community, are what distinguishes this group among the their friends. The Northwestern University community is very proud of their accomplishments, especially finishing sturdy during this most unconventional spring quarter.”

Northwestern has matched or set a program-file for number of recipients in four consecutive Academic All-Major Ten bulletins.

This marks the tenth straight calendar year that Northwestern has tallied two hundred-as well as Academic All-Major Ten recipients, the sixth consecutive spring with far more than eighty honorees and the initially time in college historical past that the Wildcats have posted consecutive springs with 90-or-far more pupil-athletes staying regarded. A college-file 127 Wildcat pupil-athletes acquired Academic All-Major Ten laurels in the fall put together with 60 recipients from the wintertime.    

Northwestern baseball (21), fencing (22) and lacrosse (25) led their respective sports in full honorees.  

8 Northwestern sports are qualified for spring awards. To be qualified for an Academic All-Major Ten selection, pupil-athletes have to be letterwinners in at least their next academic calendar year at their institution carrying a 3. cumulative GPA.

The conference office environment will also existing the Distinguished Scholar Award at a later on day. Qualifying college students have to be in at least their next calendar year at their institution even though earning at least a 3.7 GPA for the 2019-twenty academic calendar year.

In May well the NCAA announced that Northwestern led all Division I FBS establishments with seventy four% of its activity programs earning Academic Development Amount (APR) Community Recognition Awards. Additionally, 63% of the Wildcats’ programs posted perfect APR scores, which also ranked first among FBS establishments. The Community Recognition Award is offered to programs that score in the top-10 % of their respective activity.


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