The Big Ten announced Wednesday that 1,098 student-athletes have earned the Big Ten Distinguished Scholar Award.
The list includes athletes from all 14 Big Ten schools and 38 different sports who managed to have a GPA of 3.7 or higher in the previous academic year. IU saw 67 athletes make the list across 19 of its 24 sports.
The 67 honorees is the second-highest total in IU history.
"We are extremely proud of these 67 individuals, who have separated themselves with their excellence in the classroom,” said Fred Glass, IU Vice President and Director of Intercollegiate Athletics.
The list of all the athletes is below:
Brenna Wise and Grace Withrow
Sachi Ananias and Jessica Morford
Harry Crider and Michael McGinnis
Bayasgalan Batsaikhan, Connie Brahm, Antonia Frappell, Ellie Meinzer, Maddie Pierce, Liz Saunders, Sydney Shuert, Paige Spiller and Sophia Wickersham
John Bannec and Sean Caulfield
Abby Allen, Caroline Dreher, Melanie Forbes, Allison Jorden, Bethany Kopel, Justine Lynn, Hanna Nemeth, Maya Piper and Meghan Scott
Annika Baez, Karly Combs, Makayla Ferrari, Sarah Galovich and Gabbi Jenkins
Men’s swimming and diving
Wyeth Brock, Andrew Capobianco, Clark Carter, James Connor, Gage Hamill and Gary Kostbade
Women’s swimming and diving
Mackenzie Atencio, Laurel Eiber, Josie Grotte, Christine Jensen and Laura Morley
Payam Ahmadi, Zac Brodney, Bennett Crane and Andrew Redding
Anna McCoy and Michelle McKamey
Men’s track and field
Adam Coulon, Daniel Kuhn, Kyle Mau, Alexander Shinnerl, Ben Veatch and Cooper Williams
Women’s track and field
Jenna Jungles, Leah Moran, Hannah Stoffel and Grace Walther
Meaghan Koors and Nora Meehan
Buddy Conley, Jake Danishek and Spencer Irick
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