Four Mocs Garner Scholar All-American First-Team Honors
Stephanie Doran, Anna McIntyre, Lisa Menne and Taylor Reynolds have been named as Scholar All-Americans by the College Swim Coaches Association of America. In addition, Catie Carden and Carlee McDonald were named to the Scholar All-America Honorable Mention team.
Doran was a junior on the 2012 squad and was a four-time All-American at the 2012 NCAA Division II National Championship. She also earned three honorable mention All-American certificates at the meet. She is from Flowery Branch, GA.
McIntyre earns the Scholar All-American honor for a third consecutive year. The junior from Kansas City, Mo. was the recipient of the NCAA Elite 89 Award for women's swimming which is given to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade point average participating at the finals site for each of the 89 NCAA championships. McIntyre was named an All-American at the NCAA meet.
Menne, a sophomore from Lee's Summit, Mo., repeats as a Scholar All-American. She picked up three All-American certificates at the NCAA meet as well as three honorable mention All-American honors.
Carden, a freshman from Hixson, Tenn, earns the Scholar All-American honorable mention honor in her first year of competition while McDonald, a sophomore from Panama City Beach, Fla., is a repeat honoree.
The Scholar All American award is presented to college and university swimmers and divers, who have achieved a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher, for the semester or cumulative average, and have qualified for their respective national championship. The award is presented in the semester of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships (Winter/Spring).
The Honorable Mention Scholar All American award is presented to college and university swimmers and divers, who have achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or higher, for the semester or cumulative average, and have achieved a “B” time standard, but have not qualified to compete in their respective national championship. The award is presented in the semester of the NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships (Winter/Spring).