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Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll highlights strength in the classroom

The Pac-12 student-athletes are certainly among the smartest in the nation

Stanford University Campus Photo by David Madison/Getty Images

The Pac-12 released their Academic Honor Roll this week, handing out academic honors to 867 total student-athletes for the spring semester.

That’s a ton of athletes who qualified for the criteria, as stated in their release: ‘any student-athlete on his or her respective team roster with a cumulative GPA of 3.3 or above, and who has served at least one year in residence at the institution, is eligible to receive all-academic honors. There was no longer a selection process to determine all-academic status, rather those guidelines were put in place and all who qualified, were named to the Pac-12 Academic Honor Roll.’

The Spring Academic Honor Roll included student-athletes who participated in the following conference-sponsored sports:

Baseball
Beach Volleyball
Men’s Golf
Women’s Golf
Lacrosse
Men’s Rowing
Women’s Rowing
Softball
Men’s Tennis
Women’s Tennis
Men’s Track & Field
Women’s Track & Field

Though the spring seasons were either shortened or cancelled by the coronavirus pandemic, these student-athletes still got it done in the classroom amid the troubles and strains that campus shutdowns put them through. Congratulations to all the student-athletes who were nominated and were placed on the honor roll list.

For sake of ease — here’s the complete list of student-athletes who were placed on the 2020 Pac-12 Spring Academic Honor Roll.

Stanford Cardinal led the way with 155 selections including 33 selections from the track & field team and 44 from the women’s and men’s rowing teams combined.