Kok, a business administration major with a 3.74 cumulative grade point average, earned first team honors for the first time in a season that also saw her make her way into Cal’s regular and postseason lineup. Rössler is a three-time Pac-12 All-Academic Team selection after being a second team honoree last year and an honorable mention selection as a sophomore. She graduated from California last week with a degree in business administration and held a 3.57 cumulative grade point average.
Thompson is a two-time honoree after being a first team selection last year as a sophomore, while Childs is honored by the conference for the first time.
To be eligible for selection to the academic team, a student-athlete must have a minimum 3.0 overall grade point average and be either a starter or significant contributor.
FIRST TEAM Emilie Alonso (ASU) – Junior – 3.64 – Communications Noemi Jimenez (ASU) – Junior – 3.82 – Business and Interdisciplinary Studies Jo Ee Kok (CAL) – Junior – 3.74 – Business Administration Rachel Lewis (WSU) – Sophomore – 3.84 – Undeclared Ying Luo (WASH) – Sophomore - 3.96 – Arts & Science Daniela Ordonez (ASU) – Seniro – 3.86 - Finance
SECOND TEAM Justine Lee (ASU) – Senior – 3.56 – Exercise & Wellness Sophia Popov (USC) – Senior – 3.53 – Communications Kendall Prince (ARIZ) – Junior – 3.57 - Marketing Nicola Rössler (CAL) – Senior – 3.57 – Business Administration Lauren Sewell (OSU) – Senior – 3.46 – Psychology Jennifer Yang (WASH) – Junior – 3.52 – Arts & Science