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November 16, 2006 at 11:13 AM

Ellis, Braunstein honored for academics

Academics, apparently, aren’t a reason why Michael Braunstein isn’t being asked back for another season.
The Pac-10 Conference All-Academic Team was just released and Braunstein was named honorable mention.
The only Husky named to the first team was receiver Cody Ellis, who was named to the first-team for the third straight year.
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 substitute. Following is the 2006 Pacific-10 Conference All-Academic Football Team:
Pos. Name, School Yr. GPA Major
QB Alex Brink, Washington State* Jr. 3.56 Sport Management
RB Anthony Kimble, Stanford Sr. 3.30 Science, Technology & Society
RB Byron Storer, California Sr. 3.44 Mass Communications
WR Cody Ellis, Washington** Jr. 3.74 Sociology
WR Kelton Lynn, Stanford Jr. 3.65 Management, Science & Tech.
TE Zach Miller, Arizona State Jr. 3.84 Marketing
C Jason Burke, Arizona State* Sr. 3.90 Finance & Marketing
OL Daniel Borg, Arizona RFr. 3.85 Computer Science
OL Chris Joseph, UCLA* Jr. 3.96 Geography
OL Jon Teague, Oregon So. 3.72 Business
OL Josiah Vinson, Stanford* Sr. 3.55 English
DL Chris Horn, Stanford* Sr. 3.33 Engineering
DL Kenneth Lombard, UCLA* So. 3.48 History
DL Michael Marquardt, Arizona State Jr. 3.64 Urban Planning
DL Tom McAndrew, Stanford So. 3.64 Undeclared
LB Spencer Larsen, Arizona Jr. 3.51 Regional Development
LB Michael Okwo, Stanford Sr. 3.09 Philosophy & Religious Studies
LB Mike Silva, Stanford Sr. 3.54 Economics/Management Science
DB Josh Barrett, Arizona State Jr. 3.01 Marketing
DB Randolph Bundy, California Sr. 3.10 American Studies
DB Keenan Lewis, Oregon State* So. 3.09 Exercise & Sport Science
DB Chris Price, Arizona State Sr. 3.57 Psychology
PK Jesse Ainsworth, Arizona State* Sr. 3.66 Justice Studies
P Nick Folk, Arizona Sr. 3.22 Marketing
RS Sammie Stroughter, Oregon State Jr. 3.00 Sociology
*Two-time first-team All-Academic selection
**Three-time first-team All-Academic selection
Pos. Name, School Yr. GPA Major
QB Dennis Dixon, Oregon Jr. 3.27 Sociology
RB Danny Nelson, UCLA Sr. 3.40 History
WR Michael Miller, Stanford Sr. 3.35 International Relations
WR Evan Moore, Stanford Sr. 3.33 Political Science
TE Matt Larkin, Oregon So. 3.94 Business Administration
C Alex Mack, California So. 3.47 Legal Studies
OL Andrew Carnahan, Arizona State Sr. 3.49 Construction
OL Adam Koets, Oregon State Sr. 3.27 Business
OL Aleksey Lanis, UCLA RFr. 3.60 Undeclared
OL Brandon Rodd, Arizona State Jr. 3.20 Business
DL John Allen, California Jr. 3.24 Political Science
DL Nick Reed, Oregon So. 3.12 Undeclared
DL Gustav Rydstedt, Stanford Jr. 3.43 Computer Science
DL Michael Speed, Oregon So. 3.10 Business
LB Clay Matthews, USC So. 3.10 International Relations
LB Clinton Snyder, Stanford So. 3.16 Undeclared
LB Gregory Van Hoesen, California Jr. 3.17 Art Practice
PK Aaron Zagory, Stanford Jr. 3.70 Philosophy
P Aaron Knowles, Oregon Sr. 3.29 Sociology
Honorable Mention
Arizona: OT Peter Graniello, Jr.
Arizona State: QB Brett Boon, RFr.; DT Brett Palmer, Jr.
California: OG Noris Malele, So.; OG Erik Robertson, Sr.; OT Scott Smith, Sr.
Oregon: C Jeff Kendall, So.; WR Jordan Kent, Sr.; HB Matt Larkin, So.; DT Cole Linehan, So.
Oregon State: DT Pernnell Booth, So.; C Kyle DeVan, Jr.; WR Taylor Kavanaugh, RFr.; OT Andy Levitre, So.; WR Brandon Powers, Jr.; C Adam Speer, So.; Sammie Stroughter, Jr.
Stanford: OT Chris Marinelli, So.; LB Will Powers, So.
UCLA: WR Andrew Baumgartner, Sr.; TE Ryan Moya, So.; QB Ben Olson, So.; TE Logan Paulsen, So.
Washington: PK Michael Braunstein, Jr.; TE Robert Lewis, Jr.; DE Daniel Te’o-Nesheim, Rfr.
Washington State: C Kenny Alfred, RFr.; TE Jed Collins, Jr.; WR Brandon Gibson, So.; PK Loren Langley, Jr.



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