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NFCA Announces girls got game Team Academic Awards

 

Complete listing of 2009 girls got game Top-Ten All-Academic Teams


The National Fastpitch Coaches Association is pleased to announce the girls got game Top Ten All-Academic Teams, based on GPAs submitted for the 2008-09 school year. Through this program, the NFCA honors high school and collegiate softball teams for their success in the classroom. 

NJCAA Division I school Wallace State Community College/Hanceville led all colleges with a 3.733 grade-point average, while NCAA Division II’s Ouachita Baptist University topped all four-year schools with a 3.663. NCAA Division I institution Robert Morris had a 3.610, while Emerson College was best in NCAA Division III with a 3.531 and NAIA’s Bethel College led the way in that category with a 3.545. 

In the high school ranks, there was a tie for first place in the non-weighted category between Hopkins High School (MN) and Madison County High School (GA), both with a 3.812 GPA. In the weighted category, Washburn Rural High School (KS) took top honors at 4.269. 

This year’s top academic performers in six membership categories (NCAA Divisions I, II, III; NAIA; junior college; and high school weighted and non-weighted) are: 

NCAA Division I 
1. Robert Morris University, 3.610; 2. Drexel University, 3.527; 3. Indiana State University, 3.523; 4. Tennessee Tech University, 3.509; 5. University of Florida, 3.490; 6. Seton Hall University, 3.485; 7. Kent State University, 3.463; 8. Brown University, 3.462; 9. Western Illinois University, 3.446; 10. University of Alabama, 3.440. 

NCAA Division II 
1. Ouachita Baptist University, 3.663; 2. University of Arkansas, Monticello, 3.579; 3. Barry University, 3.555; 4. Grand Valley State University, 3.525; 5. Rockhurst University, 3.520; 6. Mercyhurst College, 3.432; 7. Gannon University, 3.425; 8. Augustana College; 3.420; 9. Anderson University, 3.416; 10. Adelphi University, 3.414. 

NCAA Division III 
1. Emerson College, 3.531; 2. Piedmont College, 3.530; 3 Springfield College, 3.503; 4. Lynchburg College, 3.500; 5. Bowdoin College, 3.494; 6. Otterbein College, 3.484; 7. Pomona-Pitzer Colleges, 3.462; 8. Ithaca College, 3.458; 9. Gettysburg College, 3.395; 10. Kenyon College, 3.390. 

NAIA 
1. Bethel College, 3.545; 2. Peru State College, 3.486; 3. McKendree University, 3.470; 4. Oklahoma City University, 3.461; 5. Valley City State University, 3.457; 6. Lindenwood University, 3.440; 7. Central Methodist University, 3.427; 8. Saint Xavier University, 3.396; 9. Mount Marty College, 3.392; 10. Vanguard University of Southern California, 3.358. 

Junior College 
1. Wallace State Community College/Hanceville, 3.733; 2. Sussex County Community College, 3.476; 3. (tie) Barton Community College, 3.455; 3. (tie) Central Community College, 3.455; 5. Iowa Western Community College, 3.422; 6. Miami Dade College, 3.359; 7. Hutchinson Community College, 3.320; 8. Northwest Florida State College, 9. 3.306; Daytona State College, 3.300; 10. South Mountain Community College, 3.267. 

High School (weighted): 
1. Washburn Rural High School, 4.269; 2. Alexander Central High School, 4.260; 3. Splendora High School, 4.239; 4. Lincoln Southwest High School, 4.193; 5. East Surry High School, 4.042; 6. West Chester East High School, 4.031; 7. Yorktown High School, 4.021; 8. Blythewood High School, 4.015; 9. Adlai E. Stevenson High School, 3.993; 10. Berea High School, 3.910. 

High School (non-weighted): 
1. (tie) Hopkins High School, 3.812; 1. (tie) Madison County High School, 3.812; 3. Minnesota Valley Lutheran High School, 3.777; 4. Stephen Decatur High School, 3.742; 5. Allen County - Scottsville High School, 3.731; 6. Jefferson Co High School, 3.723; 7. Joaquin High School, 3.702; 8. Plainedge High School, 3.700; 9. Seymour High School, 3.693; 10. Van High School, 3.690.