CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia lacrosse senior Sammy Mueller (Pelham, N.Y.), men’s tennis senior Carl Soderlund (Stockholm, Sweden) and two swimmers, junior Paige Madden (Mobile, Ala.) and senior Ted Schubert (Ashland, Va.) have all been named to the 2019-20 CoSIDA Academic All-America Division I Men’s and Women’s At-Large teams, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).
 
Mueller and Söderlund earned second-team honors while Madden and Schubert were named to their respective third teams. This is the highest number of Cavaliers to earn a spot on the Academic All-America At-Large teams since also having four earn the honors in 1997.
 
Mueller, a three-time All-American, gradated in May with a degree in Commerce with a 3.71 GPA. The midfielder was a standout during her career with the Cavaliers, being named to the Tewaaraton Top 25 as a junior. Mueller was a three-time All-ACC selection and three-time ACC All-Academic team selection. She finished her UVA career ranked sixth all-time at Virginia in goals (165), fourth in draw controls (204), eighth in points (215) and ninth in caused turnovers (84). She led ACC in ground balls last two years and paced UVA in points, ground balls, caused turnovers and draws in last two seasons. Mueller is the fifth player in program history to be named an Academic All-American and the first since Courtney Swan in 2015.
 
Söderlund, a 2019 All-American, reached a No. 1 ITA singles ranking in the 2019-20 preseason. Söderlund was both the 2019 ACC men’s Tennis Player of the Year and the ACC men’s Tennis Scholar-Athlete of the Year as well as being named the top male scholar athlete of the Virginia Athletics Department in each of the last two years. He is a three-time All-ACC honoree and has been lauded by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association as the Atlantic Region player to watch in 2019 after being named the region’s rookie of the year during his freshman campaign. He helped lead the 2017 Virginia men’s tennis team to winning the NCAA team championship his freshman season. The three-time All-ACC Academic Team member and three-time Intercollegiate Tennis Association Scholar Athlete was a resident of The Lawn this year, earning his bachelor’s degree in economics. He also represents his native Sweden as a member of the nation’s Davis Cup team. He is the second Virginia men’s tennis player in program history to be named an Academic All-American and the first since Scott Lebovitz in 1997.
 
Madden was named the Co-ACC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, ACC Swimmer of the Year and ACC Swimmer of the Meet. The five-time ACC champion led the Cavaliers at the conference championships winning three individual events, the 200, 500 and 1650-yard freestyle, and two relays, 400 and 800-yard freestyle relay, to score 96 points at the meet. She was named a five-time All-America honoree this season after advancing to the NCAA Championships in all three individual events and qualifying with both relay teams, bringing her career total to nine All-America honors. She finished the season ranked second nationally in the 500-yard freestyle, sixth in the mile and seventh in both the 200-yard backstroke and 200-yard freestyle. She concludes her collegiate career tied for 10th in program history for most overall ACC titles, winning eight conference events. She also holds the second-fastest 1650-yard freestyle (15:50.38) in program history. The junior is earning a degree in kinesiology. Madden is the second Virginia female swimmer to earn the honor, joining Megan Roesch who did so in 2002.

Schubert is a two-time ACC Champion, winning the 200 and 400-yard individual medley at the 2020 ACC Championships. He finished the season with three times ranked inside the top-15 nationally, posting the fourth-fastest time this season in the 400-yard individual medley, the 12th-fastest time in the 200-yard butterfly and the 14th-fastest time in the 200-yard individual medley. Schubert concluded his career as a six-time All-America honoree, earning three honors this season for advancing to the NCAA Championships in the 200-yard butterfly and the 200 and 400-yard individual medley. The UVA senior holds the school record in the 200-yard individual medley (1:43.09) and the program’s second-fastest time in both the 200-yard butterfly (1:41.34) and 400-yard individual medley (3:39.52). Schubert was named to the All-ACC Academic Team for three consecutive years and to the College Swimming and Diving Coaches Association of America’s Scholar All-America team three times. Schubert graduated with a degree in inter-cognitive science. Schubert is the fourth member of Virginia men’s swimming team to earn the honor and the first to do so since Austin Ramirez in 2000.
Despite the cancellation of spring competition during COVID-19, CoSIDA continued its sponsorship of the Academic All-America awards program. Student-athletes were selected based on career statistics. No less than 31 of 46 members of the 2019-2020 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division I Men’s At-Large teams have at least a 3.90 GPA, with 20 student-athletes maintaining a 4.00 GPA as either undergraduate or graduate students. The 16 members of the first team (which was expanded due to ties in the voting) have an average GPA of 3.96. On the women’s side, 33 of the 46 members of the 2019-2020 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Division I Women’s At-Large teams achieved at least a 3.90 GPA, with 20 student-athletes posting a 4.00 GPA (or better) during their undergraduate and/or graduate careers. The 15 members of the first team compiled an average GPA of 3.94. 
 
The at-large teams cover the sports of women’s beach volleyball, women’s bowling, women’s rowing, men’s and women’s fencing, field hockey, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s gymnastics, men’s and women’s ice hockey, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s rifle, men’s and women’s skiing, men’s and women’s swimming, men’s and women’s tennis, men’s volleyball, men’s and women’s water polo and wrestling.

MEN’S NCAA DIVISION I
FIRST TEAM
 

Sports Name School Yr GPA Major
Swimming Nicolas Albiero Louisville Jr. 3.94 Health & Human Performance
Ice Hockey Morgan Barron Cornell Jr. 3.75 Applied Economics
Lacrosse Charlie Bertrand Merrimack College Sr. 3.91 Mechanical Engineering
Ice Hockey Adam Brubacher  RIT Gr. 4.00/3.93 Business Marketing
Lacrosse Phil Goss (1) Brown Sr. 4.00 Economics / Political Science
Swimming Daniel Hein (1) Missouri Sr. 3.98 Mechanical Engineering
Volleyball Miki Jauhiainen (3) Brigham Young Sr. 4.00 Computer Science
Gymnastics David Jessen Stanford Sr. 3.72 Biology
Swimming Eric Knowles (3) North Carolina State Jr. 4.00 Materials Science Engineering
Golf Colin Kober Baylor Sr. 4.00 Accounting
Swimming Daniel Kober Alabama Sr. 4.00 Chemical Engineering
Rifle David Koenders (3) West Virginia Sr. 4.00 Psychology
Swimming Micah Oh U.S. Naval Academy Jr. 4.00 Honors Applied Mathematics
Tennis Jannik Opitz (2) Western Michigan Sr. 4.00 Finance
Swimming Scott Piper (1) Michigan State  Sr. 4.00 Biosystems Engineering
Swimming Coley Sullivan (3) Brown Sr. 4.00 Applied Mathematics

SECOND TEAM
 

Sport Name School Yr. GPA Major
Swimming Tommy Cope Michigan Sr. 3.87 Electrical Engineering
Golf Chandler Eaton Duke Sr. 3.70 Environmental Science
Lacrosse Conor Gaffney (3) ($) Lehigh Sr. 3.94 Mechanical Engineering 
Tennis Bailey Gong Fresno State Sr. 4.00 Mechanical Engineering
Fencing Eoin Gronningsater Duke Sr. 3.81 Political Science
Swimming Nathaniel Hernandez Duke Sr. 3.67 Biology
Ice Hockey Edwin Hookenson Minn. St. Mankato Sr. 3.97 Finance & Accounting
Golf Mac Meissner SMU Jr. 4.00 Finance
Swimming Nehemiah Mork Michigan State Sr. 4.00 Mechanical Engineering
Fencing Lucas Orts Stanford Jr. 3.96 Electrical Engineering
Swimming Pawel Sendyk California Sr. 3.56 Computer Science
Tennis Carl Soderlund Virginia Sr. 3.70 Economics
Tennis Bjorn Thomson Texas Tech Sr. 4.00 Sport Management
Swimming Zane Waddell Alabama Sr. 3.76 Management Information

THIRD TEAM
 

Sport Name School Yr. GPA Major
Tennis Chris Adams Ball State Sr. 4.00 Accounting
Tennis Bar Botzer Wake Forest Jr. 3.85 Finance
Swimming Glen Brown Kentucky Sr. 3.79 Accounting
Golf Zak Butt Winthrop Sr. 4.00 Exercise Science
Lacrosse Christian Daniel U.S. Naval Academy Jr. 3.89 Physics / Astrophysics
Swimming Henry Fusaro Southern California Sr. 3.71 Philosophy Politics & Law
Water Polo Ben Hallock Stanford Sr. 3.53 Economics
Ice Hockey Clark Kuster St. Cloud State Gr. 4.00/4.00 Psychology
Ice Hockey Strauss Mann Michigan So. 3.91 Business Administration
Golf Mason Overstreet Arkansas Sr. 3.90 Business Finance
Swimming Ilia Rattsev UMBC Sr. 3.97 Bioinformatics & Computational
Golf Nolan Ray Lipscomb Gr. 4.00/4.00 Accounting
Fencing Duncan Rheingans-Yoo Harvard Sr. 3.90 Computer Science
Swimming Ted Schubert Virginia Sr. 3.79 Inter-Cognitive Science
Golf Sandy Scott Texas Tech Sr. 3.94 University Studies
Swimming Josh Sorbe South Dakota Sr. 4.00 Political Science / Economics

 
CoSIDA Academic All-America® Team Member of the Year: Charlie Bertrand, Merrimack College
 
 
WOMEN’S NCAA DIVISION I
FIRST TEAM
 

Sport Name School Yr. GPA Major
Swimming Claire Adams Texas Sr. 3.85 Youth & Community Studies
Tennis Emily Arbuthnott (1) Stanford Sr. 4.00 Economics
Field Hockey Kelsey Bing Stanford Sr. 3.95 Mechanical Engineering
Fencing Gabriela Cecchini Ohio State Sr. 3.99 Economics / Political Science
Swimming Brooke Forde Stanford  Jr. 3.94 Human Biology
Swimming Alison Gibson Texas Sr. 3.86 Advertising
Swimming Serica Hallstead US Military Academy Sr. 4.00 Life Science
Lacrosse Katie Hoeg North Carolina Sr. 3.79 Biology
Golf Lois Kaye Go (1) South Carolina Sr. 4.00 Accounting / Finance
Tennis Ashley Lahey Pepperdine Sr. 3.95 Sports Medicine
Rifle Alexa Potts Morehead State  Sr. 4.00 Legal Studies / History
Tennis Christina Rosca Vanderbilt Sr. 3.75 Neuroscience
Swimming Asia Seidt (1) ($) Kentucky Sr. 4.00 Kinesiology
Swimming Allie Surrency Alabama Sr. 4.00 Mechanical Engineering
Swimming Erin Voss Stanford Sr. 3.99 Computer Science

 
SECOND TEAM
Sport                     Name                               School     Yr.                                GPA      Major

Swimming Faith Anderson James Madison Jr. 3.98 Psychology
Swimming Maddie Baiotto Campbell Sr. 4.00 Biology / Pre-Physical Therapy
Golf Jaravee Boonchant Duke Jr. 3.62 Statistics
Rifle Meike Drewell Murray State Sr. 4.00 Business Administration
Field Hockey Guadalupe Lacort Michigan Sr. 3.58 Economics
Ice Hockey Jaycee Gebhard Robert Morris Sr. 3.96 Marketing
Crew Annika Hoffmann Michigan Jr. 4.00 Political Science
Gymnastics Madison Kocian UCLA Sr. 3.85 Psychology
Swimming Peyton Kondis Houston Sr. 3.97 Kinesiology / Health Sciences
Swimming Lindsey Kozelsky Minnesota Gr. 3.83/4.00 Elementary Education (UG),
Swimming Talisa Lemke Bowling Green State  Sr. 4.00 Theatre
Swimming Alison Maillard Auburn Sr. 3.87 Industrial & Systems Engineering
Lacrosse Sammy Mueller Virginia Sr. 3.71 Commerce
Field Hockey Katharina Ohmen Merrimack College Gr. 3.98/3.94 Criminology
Swimming Makayla Sargent North Carolina State Sr. 4.00 Psychology
Lacrosse Carly Tellekamp Towson Gr. 4.00/4.00 Teaching Special Education (G)

 
THIRD TEAM
 

Sport Name School Yr. GPA Major
Crew Anna Benton Dayton Sr. 3.93 Chemical Engineering / Pre-Med
Beach Volleyball Olivia Beyer TCU Gr. 4.00/4.00 Kinesiology (G)
Swimming Ayla Bonniwell (3) Florida State  Sr. 3.87 Finance
Golf Sydney Bormann South Dakota State  Sr. 4.00 Human Biology
Swimming Molly Carlson Florida State  Sr. 3.84 Psychology
Tennis Alba Cortina Pou Alabama Sr. 4.00 Finance / Marketing
Ice Hockey Léa-Kristine Demers Merrimack College Sr. 4.00 Integrative Biology
Swimming Raena Eldridge Texas A&M Sr. 3.97 Animal Science / Genetics
Field Hockey Rachel Gaines App State Gr. 3.94/4.00 Renewable Energy Engineering (G)
Swimming Anne Hayburn Loyola Maryland Sr. 4.00 Accounting
Lacrosse Dana Joss Longwood  Sr. 4.00 History
Gymnastics Abby Kaufman (3) West Virginia  Sr. 3.97 Exercise Physiology
Swimming Paige Madden Virginia Jr. 3.63 Kinesiology
Swimming Robin Neumann California Jr. 3.92 Global Studies
Field Hockey Bente van VlijmenHarvard Sr. 3.55 Economics

 
CoSIDA Academic All-America® Team Member of the Year: Asia Seidt, University of Kentucky