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15 UIndy Programs Win All-GLVC Team Academic Awards

– The Great Lakes Valley Conference kicked off its Academic Awards Week on Monday with the Team Academic All-GLVC Awards. A total of 173 teams were honored for achieving a GPA of 3.30 or higher during the 2021-22 school year, with UIndy finishing second in the conference with 15 teams making the roster.

The UIndy Women’s Golf Team topped all GLVC programs with an impressive GPA of 3.94 last school year. The Greyhound women’s tennis roster finished third overall with a team GPA of 3.84, while teams in softball (3.67), men’s tennis (3.64) and volleyball (3.55) rounded out the top five for UIndy.

Meanwhile, UIndy football led all GLVC football programs with a team GPA of 3.33, while the Greyhound women’s lacrosse (3.52) and baseball (3.32) teams ranked third among their conference peers. See the full list of laureates below.

Central Missouri (1) – Women’s bowling (3.34).

Drury (13) – Women’s soccer (3.63), women’s bowling (3.59), softball (3.58), women’s golf (3.57), women’s swimming and diving (3.56), women’s tennis (3.55), men’s cross country (3.52), volleyball (3.50), baseball (3.45), track and field (3.42), men’s tennis (3.42), men’s soccer (3.32), women’s cross country (3 ,31).

Illinois Springfield (13) – Women’s tennis (3.89), volleyball (3.66), men’s golf (3.60), women’s soccer (3.52), women’s cross country (3.46), women’s track and field (3.46), men’s soccer (3.45), softball (3.44), women’s basketball (3.44), men’s tennis (3.43), men’s cross country (3.43), men’s track and field (3.43), women’s golf ( 3.32).

Indianapolis (15) – Women’s golf (3.94), women’s tennis (3.84), softball (3.67), men’s tennis (3.64), volleyball (3.55), women’s cross country (3.55), women’s lacrosse (3 .52), men’s golf (3.51), women’s soccer (3.49), women’s basketball (3.48), women’s swimming and diving (3.38), men’s cross country (3.34), soccer ( 3.33), baseball (3.32), men’s football (3.31).



Lewis (14) – Women’s tennis (3.72), women’s golf (3.64), women’s bowling (3.60), men’s tennis (3.59), women’s swimming and diving (3.58), women’s basketball (3.55) , men’s cross country (3.49), women’s cross country (3.48), softball (3.47), volleyball (3.45), men’s golf (3.42), men’s track and field (3.41), women’s soccer (3.34), women’s athletics (3.34).

Lindenwood (14) – Women’s Golf (3.75), Women’s Basketball (3.72), Women’s Tennis (3.67), Softball (3.58), Women’s Swimming & Diving (3.56), Women’s Lacrosse (3.54), Women’s cross country (3.54), baseball (3.51), women’s soccer (3.49), men’s tennis (3.49), men’s swimming and diving (3.48), men’s golf (3.42), volleyball ( 3.32), women’s athletics (3.30).

Maryville (16) – Women’s soccer (3.76), men’s tennis (3.67), men’s golf (3.64), women’s golf (3.64), women’s basketball (3.61), women’s athletics (3.61), volleyball (3.61), softball (3.59), women’s cross country (3.58), women’s swimming and diving (3.56), women’s tennis (3.55), women’s bowling (3.55), women’s lacrosse (3.47), men’s soccer (3.46), men’s lacrosse (3.41), men’s swimming and diving (3.38). ).



Mackendry (12) – Women’s Basketball (3.645), Women’s Soccer (3.641), Volleyball (3.640), Women’s Cross Country (3.619), Women’s Bowling (3.562), Women’s Tennis (3.498), Women’s Swimming & Diving (3.494), Women’s Lacrosse (3.484). women’s golf (3,461), men’s soccer (3,456), men’s swimming and diving (3,373), softball (3,344).



Missouri C&T (9) – women’s track and field (3.68), women’s basketball (3.65), women’s cross country (3.63), men’s swimming and diving (3.59), men’s cross country (3.55), volleyball (3, 53), men’s track and field (3.44), women’s football (3.34), baseball (3.31).



Missouri-St. Louis (11) – Women’s golf (3,677), volleyball (3,658), men’s tennis (3,654), men’s golf (3,577), women’s tennis (3,573), women’s swimming and diving (3,559), softball (3,472), women’s athletics (3,455), Women’s basketball (3.410), women’s cross country (3.383), women’s soccer (3.375).

Quincy (6) – Softball (3.62), volleyball (3.51), men’s tennis (3.50), women’s soccer (3.47), men’s golf (3.45), women’s golf (3.35).

Rockhurst (11) Volleyball (3.83), softball (3.82), women’s cross country (3.77), women’s tennis (3.70), women’s basketball (3.66), women’s golf (3.66), women’s lacrosse (3 .61), men’s golf (3.60), men’s cross country (3.53), women’s soccer (3.50), men’s soccer (3.36).

Southern Indiana (11) – Softball (3.6), women’s soccer (3.6), women’s cross country (3.6), women’s track and field (3.5), men’s tennis (3.5), women’s golf (3.5), baseball (3.4), volleyball (3.4), men’s soccer (3.4), women’s basketball (3.3), women’s tennis (3.3).

Southwestern Baptist (7) – Women’s cross country (3.63), women’s track and field (3.62), women’s basketball (3.55), women’s soccer (3.55), women’s tennis (3.54), volleyball (3.52), softball ( 3.44).

Truman State (13) – Women’s golf (3.82), women’s cross country (3.75), women’s track and field (3.67), volleyball (3.65), men’s cross country (3.62), women’s basketball (3.59), softball ( 3.54), women’s soccer (3.51), men’s athletics (3.50), women’s swimming and diving (3.44), women’s tennis (3.44), men’s swimming and diving (3 .40), men’s basketball (3.38).



William Jewell (7) – women’s basketball (3.77), volleyball (3.68), women’s golf (3.50), women’s football (3.49), women’s swimming and diving (3.48), men’s tennis (3.32), male cross (3.30).

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