Gator Locker Room
Gator Ticket Office

Women's Swimming & Diving Headline

Gators Elizabeth Beisel and Brad deBorde are both Capital One Academic All-Americans!

Thursday June 5, 2014Elizabeth Beisel and Brad deBorde Tabbed 2014 Capital One Academic All-Americans

Gators Elizabeth Beisel and Brad deBorde are both Capital One Academic All-Americans!

YOUNG HARRIS, Ga. -- Florida swimming seniors Elizabeth Beisel and Brad deBorde, both multiple-time All-Americans in the pool for the Gators, each added another accolade to their impressive Florida résumés as 2014 Capital One First Team Academic All-Americans, announced Thursday.

 

The duo is no stranger to academic success, as both Beisel and deBorde were awarded NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships in May. Beisel, now a three-time Capital One Academic All-American from 2012-14, was additionally the 2013 Capital One Academic All-American of the Year and 2013 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year. deBorde, the 2014 SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year, made it back-to-back Academic All-America campaigns with Thursday’s honor.

 

About Beisel

Beisel is a native of North Kingstown, R.I., and boasts a 3.76 G.P.A. while majoring in telecommunications. The 2013 Capital One Academic All-American of the Year is a two-time U.S. Olympian, winning a silver and a bronze in 2012 in London. She is an 18-time All-American and 20-time All-SEC selection. She has won two NCAA individual titles in her career and nine conference crowns. She was voted the SEC Women’s Swimmer of the Year in 2012 and the Freshman Women’s Swimmer of the Year in 2011. A three-time Capital One Academic All-America® at-large first team honoree, she is the recipient of the NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship and 2013 SEC Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.

 

About deBorde

Boasting a 3.64 G.P.A. in industrial and systems engineering, deBorde is a 20-time All-American and 18-time All-SEC selection, while holding the school record in the 50 and 100 freestyle events. The SEC Scholar-Athlete of the Year this year, the Longwood, Fla., native is a two-time conference champion in the 50 freestyle. As a senior, deBorde has earned a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship, served as the Student-Athlete Advisory Council President and as one of the 2013-14 team captains. deBorde has also been named to the College of Engineering Dean’s List for four consecutive years.

 

Complete Academic All-America At-Large Release

 

CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA WOMEN’S AT-LARGE FIRST TEAM (Division I)

Sport

Name

School

Yr.

Hometown

GPA

Major

Gymnastics

Lara Albright

Oklahoma

Sr.

Carrollton, Texas

3.80

Marketing

Swimming

Elizabeth Beisel (1)(#)

Florida

Sr.

North Kingstown, R.I.

3.76

Telecommunications - News

Ice Hockey

Ali Binnington (3)

Rochester Inst. of Tech

Jr.

Oakville, Ontario

4.00

Finance

Field Hockey

Lauren Blazing

Duke

Jr.

Durham, N.C.

3.99

Cultural Anthropology/ Political Science

Bowling

Megan Buja (1)

Maryland Eastern Shore

Sr.

Rockford, Ill.

4.00

Human Ecology/Dietetics

Lacrosse

Taylor D'Amore

Johns Hopkins

Sr.

Canandaigua, N.Y.

3.88

Biology

Tennis

Mary Anne Daines

Alabama

Gr.

Ogden, Utah

4.00

Human Perf. Exercise Science

Swimming

Maya DiRado

Stanford

Sr.

Santa Rosa, Calif.

3.63

Management Science & Engineering

Ice Hockey

Vanessa Gagnon

Clarkson

Gr.

St. Constant, Quebec

4.00

MBA

Skiing

Anja Gruber (1)

Vermont

Sr.

Leutkrich, Germany

3.96

Business Administration

Gymnastics

Kim Jacob (1)

Alabama

Sr.

Raleigh, N.C.

4.00

Exercise Science

Golf

Stephanie Meadow (1)

Alabama

Sr.

Jordanstown, N. Ireland

4.00

Accounting

Tennis

Petra Niedermayerova (1)

Kansas State

Sr.

Brno, Czech Republic

3.97

Economics

Swimming

Emma Reaney

Notre Dame

Jr.

Lawrence, Kan.

3.68

Design

Swimming

Laura Ryan

Georgia

Sr.

Elk River, Minn.

3.79

Psychology

Gymnastics

Emily Wong (2)

Nebraska

Sr.

Grand Forks, N.D.

3.92

Nutrition Science

 

CAPITAL ONE ACADEMIC ALL-AMERICA MEN’S AT-LARGE FIRST TEAM (Division I)

Sport

Name

School

Yr.

Hometown

GPA

Major

Swimming

Nick Caldwell

Wisconsin

Sr.

Sarasota, Fla

4.00

Chemistry

Wrestling

Tyler Caldwell

Oklahoma State

Sr.

Wichita, Kan.

3.54

Education

Swimming

Brad deBorde (3)

Florida

Sr.

Longwood, Fla.

3.64

Industrial & Systems Engineering

Golf

Brandon Hagy (3)

California

Sr.

Westlake Village, Calif.

3.72

Business

Skiing

Andreas Haug (2)($)

Colorado

Sr.

Blommenholm, Norway

3.98

Finance & Accounting

Swimming

Connor Jaeger (2)

Michigan

Sr.

Fair Haven, N.J.

3.42

Mechanical Engineering

Wrestling

Kendric Maple

Oklahoma

Gr.

Wichita, Kan.

3.42

Adult & Higher Ed. (G)/Health& Ex. Sci. (U)

Fencing

Gerek Meinhardt

Notre Dame

Gr.

San Francisco, Calif.

3.83

MBA

Swimming

Ivan Nechunaev

Grand Canyon

Gr.

Tomsk, Russia

3.98

Master’s of Accounting

Gymnastics

Michael Newburger (1)

Ohio State

Sr.

Austin, Texas

3.96

Physics/Mathematics

Skiing

Mats Resaland

New Mexico

Sr.

Kongsberg, Norway

4.04

Business Administration

Wrestling

David Taylor

Penn State

Gr.

St. Paris, Ohio

3.54

Education Administration

Skiing

Armin Triendl ($)

New Mexico

Sr.

Oberperfuss, Austria

4.10

Finance

Golf

Cory Whitsett (1)

Alabama

Sr.

Houston, Texas

4.00

Business

Golf

Bobby Wyatt

Alabama

Sr.

Mobile, Ala.

4.00

Business

 

 

 

 

 

 

Florida Athletics - A Championship Experience with Integrity - Vision Statement
  • University of Florida
  • NCAA
  • Sun Sports / Fox Sports Florida
  • IMG
  • SEC Network

© 1998 - 2014 University Athletic Assoc., Inc., Sun Sports & IMG College. All Rights Reserved.