Reichardt honored in WAC
April 4, 2002
Douglas High graduate Brandy Reichardt was among the University of Nevada athletes who were named to the Western Athletic Conference all-academic team in winter sports.
A student-athlete must have had at least a 3.2 grade point average and participated in at least 50 percent of the team’s contests. Fifty-three students in the WAC were honored.
Reichardt, a senior swimmer, has a 3.2 G.P.A. in elementary education.
Other Nevada students to be honored were: Men’s basketball — Matt Ochs, junior, 3.43, education.
Women’s basketball — Ashley Bastian, junior, 3.58, education; Kate Smith, junior, 3.50, speech pathology.
Women’s swimming — Kyndra Battle, 3.84, sophomore, health ecology; Krista Ann Sunderman, senior, 3.60, biology; Megan Jones, sophomore, 3.71, psychology; Kate Oiness, senior, 3.60, management.
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Amy Murphy, sophomore, 3.55, undecided; Jennifer McCoy, senior, 3.46, accounting; Alzina Lim, senior, 3.41, general studies; and Jaquelyn Walk, sophomore, 3.34, undecided.
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