Air Force Places Three on CGA All-America Scholar-Athlete List
Aug. 3, 2007
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. - Three members of the Air Force men's gymnastics team were named All-America Scholar-Athletes by the College Gymnastics Association, it was recently announced. The Falcons placed one on the association's first-team, while two others garnered second-team honors.
With a GPA of 3.766, junior Brian Boardman was selected to the first-team. A second-team honoree in 2006, Boardman has also been awarded academically this year with selections to the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation academic all-conference team and the Mountain West Conference Scholar-Athlete list.
Sophomore Jacob Schonig, who joined Boardman on the MPSF all-conference team, was named to the CGA All-America Scholar-Athlete second-team with a grade-point-average of 4.491. Freshman Brennan Wolford was also named to the second-team with a GPA of 3.314.
To be honored as a CGA All-America Scholar-Athlete, the individuals must have a grade-point-average of 3.2 or higher. First-team honorees must hold a GPA higher than 3.50, while the second-team selections needed an average of 3.2 to 3.499.