Tennis player Antonia Foehse, gymnast Kim Jacob and golfer Stephanie Meadow earned a place on the 2013 Capital One Academic All-District IV Women's At-Large First Team
The Crimson Tide finished third at last week's NCAA Championships, giving head coach Sarah Patterson and her squad their fifth consecutive top-3 finish and an NCAA-best 22nd overall finish in the top-3
Academic accolades have come pouring in as the Tide comes to the end of the school year, including a trio of NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships, a fourth NCAA Elite 89 Award, a league-best 14 gymnasts on the Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll, the SEC Gymnastics Scholar-Athlete of the Year and a prestigious Goldwater Scholarship
Beyond leading the league this season, Alabama also leads the SEC all-time with 256 honors since the award's inception in 1984
. It was Alabama's 24th individual NCAA title and 10th over the past decade
Classroom Champions: Kim Jacob
2011 | Freshman First team All-Around and Balance Beam All-American ... Scholastic All-American ... Second team All-SEC ... Freshman All-SEC ... SEC Academic Honor Roll ... scored a career-best 9.95 in the NCAA Championships Super Six Team Finals, the highest balance beam score of the NCAA Championships ... finished seventh in the all-around at the NCAA Championships ... finished eighth on the balance beam at the NCAA Championships Individual Event Finals ... closed out the season by going all-around in back-to-back nights at the NCAA Championships, after competing in the all-around only twice in the regular season, including a career-best 39.425 in the Super Six Team Final ... finished second off the balance beam at the NCAA Tuscaloosa Regional and SEC Championships with a 9.9 each time ... won the balance beam at Arkansas from the leadoff spot ... competed 40 routines during the season, including going on the balance beam in all 14 meets ... earned the Crimson Tide's Lewis Each Courage Award ... named to the President's List (4.0 GPA) for the fall and spring semester.
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