College of Education student-athletes, Yasmine Affes, Aliyah McDonald, Chloe Wandell, Katherine Ray and Teanna McCuaig recognized by the ALL-GLIAC in women’s track and field
Five College of Education women's track and field student-athletes earned Academic All-GLIAC honors, four of which were named to the Excellence Team for maintaining a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5.
Yasmine Affes (Exercise and Sport Science) and Aliyah McDonald (Exercise and Sport Science Honors) were recognized for the third consecutive year in outdoor track.
Chloe Wandell (Kinesiology) was on the Excellence Team for the second straight season, after receiving All-Academic recognition in 2020.
Katherine Ray (Sport Management) earned All-Academic Excellence Team honors for the second consecutive outdoor season.
Teanna McCuaig (Exercise and Sport Science) garnered her third straight GLIAC All-Academic recognition for having a cumulative GPA of 3.0-3.49.
Full release is available at: https://wsuathletics.com/news/2022/7/8/womens-track-field-has-18-gliac-all-academic-honorees.aspx