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We're #2: Academic Success at Nebraska - A Tradition of Excellence


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Nebraska leads the nation with 330 (and counting) Academic All-Americans :Huskerflag:

Nebraska continues to feature one of the highest graduation rates in the country, while leading the nation in the number of CoSIDA Academic All-Americans (330) and NCAA Top 10 Award winners (17) across all sports.

Academic All B1G for 2017-2018 [so far]: There are some that I missed but I couldn't find articles on them! :Woohoo:

2 Wrestlers: 19 Apr 2018
Nebraska All-Americans Tyler Berger and Taylor Venz garnered NWCA All-Academic Team accolades, announced by the National Wrestling Coaches Association on Thursday.
A total of 16 Nebraska wrestlers were named Academic All-Big Ten, the most the wrestling program has put on the list since joining the conference in the 2011-12 academic year, the Big Ten announced Wednesday.Nebraska wrestlers have earned a total of 75 Academic All-Big Ten awards since 2012.

Nine Gymnasts: 21 Mar 2018

21 Mar 2018

5 WBB: 22 Mar 2018

19 Cross country 6 Dec 2017
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Awesome feeling!! GO BIG RED!!! :)

Johansson's selection brings the University of Nebraska's all-time Academic All-America total to 350.

4.Notre Dame276
5.Penn State225
7Johns Hopkins244
8.Wash U in St. Louis217
10.Nebraska Wesleyan189
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"Lincoln - A school-record 103 Husker student-athletes will earn degrees this weekend....

The elite group of Huskers is powered by 18 student-athletes who combined for 47 All-America awards in collegiate competition during their careers. The class features a pair of NCAA Champions in Rhema Otabor (javelin, 2023) and Cecelia Ossi (smallbore rifle, 2023), and two NCAA silver medalist men’s gymnasts in Taylor Christopulos (floor, 2024; all-around, 2023) and Zac Tiderman (high bar, 2024)."

May 2024 Nebraska Student-Athlete Graduates (103)
Student-Athlete, Sport (Hometown) - Major

"Some well known graduates:

Ally Batenhorst, Volleyball (Houston, Texas) - Communication Studies
Merritt Beason, Volleyball (Gardendale, Alabama) - Child, Youth & Family Studies

Nate Boerkircher, Football (Aurora, Nebraska) - Finance
Ryan Boldt, Baseball (Red Wing, Minnesota) - Nutrition & Health Sciences
Chief Borders, Football (Chicago, Illinois) - Child, Youth & Family Studies

Ru’Quan Buckley, Football (Wyoming, Michigan) - Criminology & Criminal Justice

Caitlin Cairns, Swimming & Diving (Colorado Springs, Colorado) - Management

Taylor Christopulos, Men’s Gymnastics (Layton, Utah) - Agribusiness
Joseph Clifford, Men’s Track & Field (New Concord, Ohio) - Emerging Media Arts

Kinsey Davis, Women’s Gymnastics (Huntersville, North Carolina) - Communication Studies

Cole Evans, Baseball (Grand Island, Nebraska) - Child, Youth & Family Studies

Jessica Gardner, Women’s Track & Field (Lincoln, Nebraska) - Advertising & Public Relations
Nathan Gerry, Football (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) - Sociology

Heinrich Haarberg, Football (Kearney, Nebraska) - Finance
Ty Hahn, Football (Johnson, Nebraska) - Management
Emily Haimes, Swimming & Diving (Enfield, London, England) - History/Psychology

Nash Hutmacher, Football/Wrestling (Oacoma, South Dakota) - Management
Jacob Hyde, Men’s Track & Field (Rapid City, South Dakota) - Management
Jerry Jorgenson, Men’s Track & Field/Cross Country (Treynor, Iowa) - Marketing/Advertising & Public Relations
Kaylin Kinney, Softball (Cedar Rapids, Iowa) - Child, Youth & Family Studies
Lindsay Krause, Volleyball (Papillion, Nebraska) - English

Ridge Lovett, Wrestling (Post Falls, Idaho) - Communication Studies

Darius Luff, Men’s Track & Field (Lincoln, Nebraska) - Criminology & Criminal Justice

Caitlynn Neal, Softball (Dewey, Arizona) - Child, Youth & Family Studies

Cecelia Ossi, Rifle (Annandale, New Jersey) - Finance
Rhema Otabor, Women’s Track & Field (Nassau, Bahamas) - Actuarial Science

Ethan Piper, Football (Norfolk, Nebraska) - Science Education (7-12)

Emma Ralston, Women’s Track & Field/Cross Country (Papillion, Nebraska) - Nutrition & Health Sciences
Lexi Rodriguez, Volleyball (Sterling, Illinois) - Advertising & Public Relations
Jenna Rogers, Women’s Track & Field (Rutherford, New Jersey) Communication Sciences & Disorders

Brett Sears, Baseball (Westphalia, Iowa) - Child, Youth & Family Studies

La’Qwasia Stepney, Women’s Track & Field (Belleville, Illinois) - Criminology & Criminal Justice

Grant Tagge, Football (Omaha, Nebraska) - Finance
Cam Taylor-Britt, Football (Montgomery, Alabama) - Criminology & Criminal Justice
Lindsey Thiele, Women’s Golf (Wahoo, Nebraska) - Psychology
Alex Thomsen, Wrestling (Neola, Iowa) - Biological Systems Engineering

Keisei Tominaga, Men’s Basketball (Moriyama, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan) - Child, Youth & Family Studies"


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