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Berger Named Second Team Academic All-American
Posted: Thursday, November 30, 2006
DELAWARE, OH - UW-Eau Claire volleyball libero Shanna Berger (Sr. -Baldwin/Baldwin-Wallace) has been named to the second team College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA)/ESPN the Magazine Academic Women's Volleyball All-American College Division, it was announced by Mark Beckenbach, vice chair of the Academic All-America Committee.
The team is comprised of all NCAA Division II, Division III and NAIA players throughout the country and is voted on by members of CoSIDA.
Berger is majoring in chemistry with a business emphasis and boasts a 3.96 grade point average. She is a three-time All-Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) defensive team selection and secured honorable mention status this year. Berger finished sixth in the conference with 4.65 digs per game this season and ranks third on UW-Eau Claire's career list with 1,983 digs.
Berger is the fourth volleyball player in Blugold history to earn Academic All-America honors. Rachel Gullerud earned second team honors in 2001, Kim Arndt received first team honors in 1999 and Deb Allaman was a third team selection in 1989. Berger is the 22nd individual at UW-Eau Claire to earn Academic All-American honors collecting a total of 28 awards.