Covenant's Kirkpatrick Voted CoSIDA Academic All-District

Friday, November 9, 2012
Sophomore setter Stephanie Kirkpatrick was voted to the Capital One Academic All-District team presented by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), announced the organization on Thursday.
 
Kirkpatrick will now be entered into the Academic All-America voting which begins next week.
 
A native of Rogersville, Ala., Kirkpatrick has flourished this season to help lead the Lady Scots to a 24-6 record heading into postseason play. Kirkpatrick is averaging 9.
08 assists per set to go along with 33 block assists, 210 digs, and 91 kills. The sophomore has played in every one of Covenant's 104 sets this season.
 
Kirkpatrick has also excelled in the classroom as she boasts a 3.96 GPA coming into this semester with a major in Mathematics.
 
In order to be nominated for this award, players must have have a GPA of 3.3 or higher and be a significant contributor to their team. The ballot is then voted on by various Sports Information personnel within the district.
 
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