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Burke (pictured above) and Woolf are both eligible for Academic All-America honors
 
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Southeast Track Athletes Earn Academic All-District Honors

June 3, 2004

Cape Girardeau, Mo. - Distance runners Jennifer Burke and Kris Woolf of Southeast Missouri State University have been selected for the 2004 Academic All-District VII Women's Cross Country/Track and Field Team.

Burke, a senior, has a 4.0 cumulative grade point average in health management while Woolf, a junior, has a 4.0 GPA in accounting. They were both members of the Southeast women's track team that won the Ohio Valley Conference indoor and outdoor championships.

Originally from Wright City, Mo., Burke was a member of the OVC championship indoor distance medley relay team and ran on the 4 X 400-meter relay team that finished second at the OVC outdoor. She is a three-time OVC Academic Medal of Honor winner, a four-time Southeast Scholar Athlete and a four-time member of the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Woolf, Rogersville, Mo., was second-team all-OVC in cross country. She finished fifth in the 10,000-meters and sixth in the 5,000-meters at the 2004 OVC outdoor championships after winning the 10,000 and qualifying for the NCAA Mideast Regional in 2003. Woolf is a two-time OVC Academic Medal of Honor winner, a three-time Southeast Scholar Athlete and a three-time member of the OVC Commissioner's Honor Roll.

Being named to the Academic All-District team makes Burke and Woolf eligible for the Academic All-America team as selected by CoSIDA.

"It is a tremendous accomplishment for both Jennifer and Kris to be named to the Academic All-District team," said Southeast coach Joey Haines. "To maintain a 4.0 cumulative grade point average while competing at the highest level in track and field is truly amazing."
 

 

 
 

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