CLEVELAND, Ohio – The University of Akron women's track and field squad earned 14 selections when the Mid-American Conference released its 2017 Women's Indoor Track and Field Academic All-MAC team on Monday, March 20.
In all, a total of 166 student-athletes were named to the women's team including; seniors Weronika Gaudyn (Kracow, Poland), Michalla Gordon (Wadsworth, Ohio), Sarah Kupniewski (Erie, Pa.), Ana Martin-Sacristan (Valencia, Spain), Tara Snipes (Covington, Ohio) and Becky Szabo (North Olmsted, Ohio), redshirt junior Rebecca Pietsch (Dusseldorf, Germany), juniors Jackie Siefring (Covington, Ohio) and Chantalia Young (Toledo, Ohio), redshirt sophomore Mackenzie Andrews (Toowoomba, Australia) and Elizabeth Mosier (Austintown, Ohio), sophomores Tarike Osuobeni (Columbus, Ohio), Dara Perry (Akron, Ohio) and Olivia Snyder (Navarre, Ohio).
To qualify for the Academic All-MAC Teams, a student-athlete must have at least a 3.20 cumulative GPA and have participated in at least 50 percent of the contests scheduled or completed in the particular sport.
Akron Women's Indoor Track and Field 2017 Academic All-MAC Selections
Mackenzie Andrews, So. (R), 3.838, PK-12 Physical Education
Weronika Gaudyn, Sr., 3.767, Theater Arts/Arts Administration
Michalla Gordon, Sr., 3.696, Nursing
Sarah Kupniewski, Sr., 3.536, Art-Graphic Design
Ana Martin-Sacristan, Sr., 3.433, Middle Level Education/Science & Social Studies
Elizabeth Mosier, So. (R), 3.469, Dietetics
Tarike Osuobeni, So., 3.641, Political Science
Dara Perry, So., 3.617, Psychology
Rebecca Pietsch, Jr. (R), 4.00, Organizational Supervision
Jackie Siefring, Jr., 3.623, Biomedical Engineering
Tara Snipes, Sr., 3.896, Information Systems Management
Olivia Snyder, So., 3.705, Biology
Becky Szabo, Sr., 3.464, Biomedical Engineering
Chantalia Young, Jr., 3.218, Biomedical Engineering