PSAC picks Shull as nominee for big NCAA honor

   June 12, 2013 1:20 am    0

 

Kayla Shull

The postseason honors keep coming for Kayla Shull.

Shull, a Rocky Grove graduate and former Clarion swimmer, has been selected as the PSAC’s nominee for the NCAA Woman of the Year award.

Shull, a Capital One First Team Academic All-All-American on the women’s at-large team, is one of hundreds of graduating female student-athletes throughout America that will represent their conferences on the NCAA Woman of the Year ballot.

Shull was a two-time NCAA Division II All-American this past season, placing fifth in the 100 backstroke in a school-record time of 55.40 seconds while also taking 16th in the 200 freestyle. Shull was a 15-time D-II All-American and a four-time individual PSAC champion in her career.

Shull graduated in May with a 4.0 GPA as a speech pathology and audiology major.

The Woman of the Year award is designed to honor female senior student-athletes for their collegiate achievements in academics, athletics, leadership and service.

All conference nominees will be released in early August.

 

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