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NFCA Announces girls got game Team Academic Awards

 Complete listing of 2008 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 2007-2008 school year. Through this program, the NFCA honors high school and collegiate softball teams for their success in the classroom. 

NCAA Division II school Grand Canyon University led all four-year colleges with a 3.680 cumulative team grade-point average. Tennessee Tech University turned in the top GPA in Division I and Macalester College holds the top team GPA in Division III. 

Wallace-Hanceville, the NJCAA Division I National Champions for 2008, also led the way with the top GPA for all member junior college programs. 

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. Tennessee Tech University, 3.540; 2. Gardner-Webb University, 3.478; 3. Seton Hall University,  3.450; 4. Southern Illinois University,  3.447; 5. DePaul University, 3.429; 6. Saint Louis University, 3.428; 7. University of Evansville, 3.420; 8. Mississippi State University, 3.414; 8. University of South Carolina, 3.414; 10. Bucknell University, 3.402.


NCAA Division II

1. Grand Canyon University, 3.680; 2. Grand Valley State University, 3.575; 3. Southeastern Oklahoma State University, 3.482; 4. Lewis University, 3.428; 5. Emporia State University, 3.416; 6. Tiffin University,  3.412; 7. Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 3.409; 8. Rockhurst University, 3.406; 9. Quincy University, 3.388; 10. Chowan University, 3.380; 10. Barry University, 3.380.


NCAA Division III

1. Macalester College, 3.549; 2. Wartburg College, 3.540; 3. Kalamazoo College, 3.531; 4. Emerson College, 3.523; 5. Skidmore College, 3.522; 6. Elmhurst College, 3.493; 7. Gettysburg College, 3.488; 8. Piedmont College, 3.450; 8. Springfield College, 3.450; 10. University of Wisconsin, Whitewater, 3.445.


NAIA

1. Evangel University, 3.636; 2. McKendree College, 3.540; 3. Mount Vernon Nazarene University, 3.498; 4. Missouri Valley College, 3.459; 5. Saint Xavier University, 3.450; 6. Peru State College, 3.449; 7. Olivet Nazarene University, 3.406; 8. Central Methodist University, 3.389; 9. Oklahoma City University, 3.367; 10. Spring Arbor University, 3.356.


Junior College

1. Wallace State Community College-Hanceville, 3.642; 2. Cleveland State Community College, 3.400; 2. Sierra College, 3.400; 4. Iowa Western Community College, 3.392; 5. Phoenix College, 3.370; 6. College of Southern Idaho, 3.337; 7. Walla Walla Community College, 3.329; 8. Shawnee Community College, 3.326; 9. Kirkwood Community College, 3.277; 10. Triton College, 3.246.


HIGH SCHOOL (weighted)

1. Newsome HS (FL), 4.095; 2. Washburn Rural HS (KS), 4.084; 3. Splendora HS (TX), 4.062; 4. West Chester East HS (PA), 4.009; 5. Adlai E. Stevenson HS (IL), 3.981; 6. Yorktown HS (VA), 3.960; 7. Rowland Hall - St. Mark’s HS (UT), 3.950; 8. Ennis HS (TX), 3.880; 9. Oliver Ames HS (MA), 3.820; 10. Elyria HS (OH), 3.811.


HIGH SCHOOL (non-weighted)

1. Minnesota Valley Lutheran HS (MN), 3.75; 2. Saint Thomas Aquinas HS (KS), 3.747; 3. Madison County HS (GA), 3.734; 4. Milford HS (NE), 3.720; 5. Benjamin Russell HS (AL), 3.716; 6. Hopkins HS (MN), 3.715; 7. Southaven HS (MS), 3.713; 8. Hubbard HS (TX), 3.710; 9. Plainedge HS (NY), 3.700; 10. Milwaukee Lutheran HS (WI), 3.699.