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NFCA Announces 2010 girls got game Top Ten All-Academic Teams & Scholar Athletes

NFCASTARKVILLE, Miss. – For the second consecutive year, Wallace State Community College, Hanceville led all college teams in the 2010 girls got game/NFCA Top Ten All-Academic Team rankings with a team grade-point average of 3.708, the Association announced on Wednesday. This also marks the third straight season that the Lady Lions have topped the junior college division. 

The girls got game Academic Awards program honors both collegiate and high school teams for their submitted GPAs for the 2009-2010 academic year. As a second component of the program, all submitted student-athletes who achieved a 3.50 GPA during last academic year are named as girls got game/NFCA Scholar Athletes. 

Following closely behind Wallace State this year, was the leader for not only all Division II schools, but all four-year programs as well, the University of Arkansas at Monticello, with a team GPA OF 3.669. Leading Division I for the second season in row was Robert Morris University, who this season turned in a GPA of 3.580. Rounding out the college divisions were McKendree University and Washington University in St. Louis, who led NAIA and Division II, respectively, with GPAs of 3.630 and 3.549. 

In the high school categories, Splendora High School (TX) took top honors amongst teams with weighted GPAs with a 4.592, while Arlington High School (NE) was the leader amongst non-weighted schools with a GPA of 3.836. 

Below are listed the top ten teams in each of the seven categories (NCAA Division I, II and III; NAIA; all junior college divisions; weighted high schools and non-weighted high schools). For a complete listing of all team GPAs and for those student-athletes that earned the Scholar Athlete award, click here

NCAA Division I
1. Robert Morris University – 3.580; 2. Bowling Green State University – 3.571; 3. University of South Carolina Upstate – 3.566; 4. Drake University – 3.535; 5. Campbell University – 3.520; 6. Pennsylvania State University – 3.517; 7. Tennessee Technological University – 3.514; 8. Binghamton University – 3.488; 9. Central Michigan University – 3.485; 10. Harvard University – 3.480 

NCAA Division II
1. University of Arkansas, Monticello – 3.699; 2. Mercyhurst College – 3.619; 3. Emporia State University – 3.537; 4. Limestone College – 3.506; 5. Ouachita Baptist University – 3.504; 6. California University of Pennsylvania– 3.486; 7. Minnesota State University, Makato – 3.447; 8. Rockhurst University – 3.443; 9. Newberry College – 3.427; 10. Cameron University – 3.412 

NCAA Division III
1. Washington University in St. Louis – 3.549; 2. Fontbonne University – 3.535; 3. Emerson College – 3.520; 4. Lebanon Valley College – 3.482; 5. Amherst College – 3.469; 6 (tie). Otterbein College – 3.465; 6 (tie). Macalester College – 3.465; 8. Gettysburg College – 3.448; 9. Skidmore College – 3.429; 10. Ithaca College – 3.427 

NAIA
1. McKendree University – 3.630; 2. Central Methodist University – 3.587; 3. Lindenwood University – 3.540; 4. Waldorf College – 3.480; 5. Evangel University – 3.468; 6. Bethel College (IN) – 3.446; 7 (tie). Olivet Nazarene University – 3.445; 7 (tie). Grand View University – 3.445; 9. California Baptist University – 3.443; 10. Nebraska Wesleyan University – 3.400 

Junior College
1. Wallace State Community College, Hanceville – 3.708; 2. Salt Lake Community College – 3.640; 3. Northeast Texas Community College – 3.490; 4. Navarro College – 3.460; 5. East Mississippi Community College – 3.441; 6. Iowa Western Community College – 3.412; 7. South Mountain Community College – 3.330; 8 (tie). Glen Oaks Community College 3.314; 8 (tie). College of Southern Idaho – 3.314; 10. Grand Rapids Community College – 3.311 

High School (Weighted)
1. Splendora High School (TX) – 4.592; 2. Blythewood High School (SC) – 4.405; 3. St. Mary Academy-Bay View (RI) – 4.282; 4. East Surry High School (NC) – 4.138; 5. Cambridge Christian School (FL) – 4.027; 6. Lincoln Southwest High School (NE) – 4.020; 7. Flagler Palm Coast High School (FL) – 4.000; 8. West Chester East High School (PA) – 3.982; 9. Washburn Rural High School (KS) – 3.968; 10. Blue Valley North High School (KS) – 3.905 

High School (Non-Weighted)
1. Arlington High School (NE) – 3.836; 2. Friend High School (NE) – 3.811; 3. Madison County High School (GA) – 3.779; 4. Allen County-Scottsville High School – 3.777; 5. Manton Consolidated High School – 3.773; 6. Jefferson County High School (GA) – 3.767; 7. Marist High School (OR) – 3.754; 8. Okeene High School (OK) – 3.734; 9. Hopkins High School (MN) – 3.728; 10. Lone Oak High School (TX) – 3.706