CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Thirty-one Cavaliers earn All-ACC Indoor Track & Field Academic honors the Atlantic Coast Conference office announced Tuesday (April 9). The Virginia men’s and women’s teams combined for a total of 31 selections, 18 women and 13 men.

Academic requirements for selection to the team are a 3.0 grade point average for the previous semester and a 3.0 cumulative average during one’s academic career. In addition, student-athletes must have competed in the ACC Indoor Track and Field Championships and/or the NCAA Indoor Championships during the most recent season.

Virginia Men’s All-ACC Academic Selections (13)
Peter Djan, Virginia, Engineering: Computer Science
David Frasier, Virginia, Media Studies
Jacob Hunter, Virginia, Educational Psychology
Jacob Lemmon, Virginia, Masters of Commerce
Alex Leath, Virginia, Pre-Commerce
Gary Martin, Virginia, American Studies
Nathan Mountain, Virginia, Commerce
Wesley Porter, Virginia, Commerce
Justin Rogers, Virginia, Kinesiology
Alexander Sherman, Virginia, Applied Statistics
Henry Sullivan, Virginia, Architecture
Heldi Valikaj, Virginia, Computer Science
Justin Wachtel, Virginia, Commerce

Virginia Women’s All-ACC Academic Selections (18)
Andreea Alexandru, Virginia, Sociology
Margot Appleton, Virginia, Cognitive Science
Kayla Bonnick, Virginia, Speech Communication Disorders
Caroline Dannenbaum, Virginia, Commerce
Tatum David, Virginia, Cognitive Science
Ellen Desmond, Virginia, Cognitive Science
Brooke’Lyn Drakeford, Virginia, Kinesiology
Ariel Fletcher, Virginia, Nursing
Margaret Hock, Virginia, Masters of Commerce
Camryn Menninger, Virginia, Commerce
Anzhelika Parenchuk, Virginia, Cognitive Science
Gabriella Recce, Virginia, Chemical Engineering
Celia Rifaterra, Virginia, Economics
Samantha Romano, Virginia, Commerce
Alahna Sabbahkan, Virginia, Public Health
Jennifer Schilling, Virginia, Computer Science
Caroline Timm, Virginia, Medical – Educational Psychology
Anna Workman, Virginia, Biomedical Engineering