Two members of the Baldwin Wallace (Berea) University women's track and field student-athletes recently earned United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association All-Academic honors.
Walsh Jesuit graduate Kelly Brennan and Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy graduate Amanda Milo are two of the 631 female student-athletes who received USTFCCCA All-Academic honors.
Brennan, a three-time All-American junior distance runner, earned her third consecutive USTFCCCA All-Academic honor as she carries a 3.974 grade point average in finance and marketing.
She notched two more All-American honors with a second-place finish in the 800-meter run at the 2019 NCAA Outdoor Championships and an eighth-place finish in the 800 at the 2019 NCAA Division III Indoor Championships. Brennan also earned the Ohio Athletic Conference co-Distance Athlete of the Year award, six All-OAC finishes and five USTFCCCA All-Great Lakes Region honors this past season.
Academically, Brennan is a Dean's List student, a Jacket Scholar, a three-time Academic All-OAC selection, a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta and Chi Alpha Sigma honor societies and a College Sports Information Directors of America and Google Cloud Academic All-American.
Milo, a freshman All-OAC hurdler, earned her first USTFCCCA All-Academic honor while maintaining a 3.96 GPA in public health. In her first year, Milo placed 19th in the 100 hurdles at the 2019 NCAA Division III Outdoor Championships while also earning her first USTFCCCA All-Great Lakes Region honor, two All-OAC honors and two All-Ohio honors.
The Yellow Jackets finished the 2019 season in fourth place at both the OAC Indoor and Outdoor Track and Field Championships.