The Mesa State baseball team was well represented when the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference announced its All-Academic teams on Wednesday.
Senior outfielder Justin Little (3.72 GPA) and senior catcher Grant Vickers (3.75 GPA) were both unanimous selections to the All-Academic first team. Joining Little and Vickers on the first team is senior shortstop Matt Bodenchuk (3.29).
Four Mavs were named to the second team. Senior pitcher Aaaron Guinn (3.48 GPA), senior first baseman Marty Rover (3.61 GPA), senior first baseman Corey Todhunter (3.68 GPA), and senior outfielder Craig Lanzarotta (3.61 GPA) each posted GPA's of 3.48 or higher and were named to the second team.
Five other Mavs players were named to the Honor Roll. Those players are Greg Anderson (3.60 GPA), Brent Lamaster (3.32 GPA), Kevin Chritz (3.67 GPA), Nate Towne (3.72 GPA) and Andy Williams (3.48 GPA).
To qualify for Academic All-Rmac, student-athletes must have a GPA of 3.20 or better, be a starter or key reserve, and completed two consecutive semesters or three quarters at their current institution.
RMAC Sports Information Directors at schools that sponsor the sport of baseball selected First and Second Team Academic All-RMAC, regardless of position.
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