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Wildcats Continue Winning Ways On and Off the Court


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ATLANTA The Kansas State women's basketball team continues its winning ways on and off the court as the Women's Basketball Coaches Association (WBCA) recently announced its 2002-03 NCAA Division I Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll in which the Wildcats finished second nationally.

Under the leadership of head coach Deb Patterson, the Wildcats combined for a 3.490 grade-point average, second only to Indiana State's 3.639 GPA. The WBCA recognizes the nation's highest team GPAs for the 2002-03 season, based upon nominations submitted by WBCA-member coaches. This is the third year in which K-State has been named one of the organization's top 25 academic teams.

GPAs are calculated by dividing the total number of quality points earned by each student-athlete on an institution's squad list in the given academic terms by the total number of hours earned by the team. The GPAs are rounded to the nearest thousandth of a point.

2002-03 NCAA Division I Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll
School (Head Coach) GPA

1. Indiana State University (Jim Wiedie) 3.639
2. Kansas State University (Deb Patterson) 3.490
3. Eastern Washington University (Wendy Schuler) 3.449
4. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (Sandy Botham) 3.429
5. Belmont University (Tony Cross) 3.423
6. Lehigh University (Susan Troyan) 3.415
7. Robert Morris University (Lynn Roman) 3.405
8. University of Tennessee at Martin (Gary and Kim Van Atta) 3.397
9. Valparaiso University (Keith Freeman) 3.394
10. University of Wyoming (Cindy Fisher) 3.383
11. Oakland University (Eileen Shea-Hillard) 3.380
12. Weber State University (Carla Taylor) 3.374
13. Quinnipiac University (Tricia Sacca-Fabbri) 3.355
14. University of Northern Iowa (Tony DiCecco) 3.341
15. Northern Illinois University (Carol Hammerle) 3.321
T16. Boise State University (Jen Warden) 3.315
T16. Creighton University (Jim Flanery) 3.315
18. University of Nevada, Reno (Ada Gee) 3.283
19. Sacred Heart University (Edward Swanson) 3.278
20. Duquesne University (Dan Durkin) 3.270
21. Columbia University (Jay Butler) 3.263
22. Central Michigan University (Eileen Kleinfelter) 3.259
23. Saint Francis University (Jill Poe) 3.249
24. St. Bonaventure University (Jim Crowley) 3.237
25. University of Alabama (Rick Moody) 3.228